Fabricants always want their electronics and machines faster, smaller and more efficient. This can only be achieved by better cooling. Improving the architecture of cooling systems is no longer enough. Also the coolants have to improve.
Synano’s nanocoolants provide a solution. The cooling fluids consist of nanoparticles. These particles improve the cooling efficiency compared to its base fluid. The efficiency will improve from 10% to over 70%, depending on the particles and the system. It won’t stop here, every day research is being done to improve the coolants even more!
We are a young and international team, all striving to make the next step in cooling and sustaining the technology growth.
Marketing and business development
Chemical engineer, MECS, TU Delft
Expertise in developing new methods of nanoparticle production and new materials based on them. He and his group focus on bringing these new approaches to application.
Prof. Ger Koper
Chemical engineer, TNW, TU Delft
Expertise in Colloid and Interface chemistry with emphasis on Aggregation and Adsorption Phenomena.
Prof. Brian Tighe
Mechanical engineer, P&E, TU Delft
Expertise in theoretical and numerical methods to predict deformation and flow in emulsions, suspensions, and other complex fluids with practical applications.
International Business Management, HES
Expertise in business development and market validation.
Asperitas Immersed Computing
Expertise in technology, engineering, industrial processes, business development and commerce.