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June 8, 2012

SBG Labs Hire Two Leading Nanomaterials Scientist

SUNNYVALE, CA — Jun. 8, 2012: The innovations developed by SBG Labs are heavily driven by new nanocomposite materials and processes. To continue innovation in this area and expand their portfolio of intellectual property (IP), SBG Labs has hired two Senior Materials Engineers.

“Leading edge IP is the life blood of companies like SBG Labs. We are so glad to have these new experts on-board to help solve the challenges we face, and to create new material IP for future products and revenue streams,” said SBG Labs CTO Jonathan Waldern.

Meet SBG Labs newest team members:

Dr. Shibu Amdram, Ph.D. Chemical Engineering Manager
Education: PhD in Chemistry, Photo Sciences and Photonics division of Council of Scientific Industrial Research (CSIR), Trivandrum, India.

Dr. Sarah Hicks, Ph.D. Electro-Optics Materials Physicist
Education: Ph.D. in Chemical Physics from the Liquid Crystal Institute at Kent State University; M.S. in Physics from University of Southern Mississippi; Two fellowships from the National Science Foundation.

About SBG Labs, Inc.
Located in Silicon Valley, CA, SBG Labs is the leading optical technology company that has developed a revolutionary electrically switchable holographic device called “Switchable Bragg Gratings,” hence the name SBG Labs. The electro-holographic optical technology merges breakthroughs in nanomaterial science and optical software processing by recording holographic optics into nanocomposite electro-optical material, allowing this technology to be used in many everyday products and applications.

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