Company InformationIonic Materials was founded on January 2012. The company is based in Woburn, MA, USA . The number of employees in Ionic Materials is less than 50. A materials technology company.
Funding & investorsIonic Materials has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $65M.
- Franklin Templeton Investments (Venture capital)
- Bill Joy (Investment partner)
- Total Ventures (Corporate venture capital)
- Hyundai Motor Company
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Ionic Materials - Blog
- Ionic Materials Taps Michael Edelman as New CEO
- Technical Project Manager – IM Healthcare
- Breaking News: Heard At The Battery Show
- A123 Systems and Ionic Materials Advance All Solid State Battery Development Using Solid Polymer Electrolyte with Conventional Lithium-ion Electrodes
- Ionic Materials Acquires iQLP
- The Explosive Race To Totally Reinvent The Smartphone Battery
WOBURN, MASS. (PRWEB) MARCH 16, 2021 Ionic Materials, a material science company focused on innovative polymers for solid-state batteries, healthcare and 5G applications, today announced executive management changes to accelerate the company’s development and growth. The company named Dr. Michael Edelman, a business leader with 30 years’ experience across the material science, semiconductor electronics and […]
SUMMARY: Ionic Materials is seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated Technical Project Manager for Ionic materials new healthcare specialty polymer products. The position will provide opportunities to collaborate with highly-talented people in Ionics’s team of material scientists, engineers, product managers, and business development team, while also working closely with partners that include leading filter materials manufacturers and […]
During the Leaders Roundtable on solid-state battery technology, Brian Sisk, vice-president of battery cell development at A123 Systems announced that the company would be building a prototype manufacturing facility at its Romulus, Michigan battery plant. The facility was originally expected to be closed and sold, however the company has now decided to use it to jump-start its solid-state battery efforts. A123 is working with Massachusetts-based Ionic Materials, whose polymer-based solid electrolyte will be used with graphite anodes and metal oxide cathodes. Sisk told Design News that the solid-state batteries can be built on commonly-used battery manufacturing equipment and that prototypes will be available for OEM testing before then end of the year.
LIVONIA, Mich., June 24, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A123 Systems LLC, a developer and manufacturer of advanced lithium-ion batteries and systems, and Ionic Materials, an advanced materials company, today announced their milestone advancements in solid state battery development.
Ionic Materials has acquired iQLP, a supplier of proprietary LCP-based formulations for a wide range of telecom, mobile, automotive and semiconductor applications. The acquisition aligns with Ionic Materials’ core competencies of world-class material science, processing technology expertise and providing solutions to enable next-generation technologies. This further expands the company into several growing markets, such as 5G mobile, structural materials, semiconductor & electronics and the automotive industry.
Silvery lithium’s great strength is also its biggest weakness. It’s unstable. It explodes. A lithium-ion laptop battery holds as much energy as a hand grenade. “Having a smartphone in your pocket is like having kerosene in your pocket,” says Mike Zimmerman, the founder and CEO of Ionic Materials.