Quantum Dots

Kisco Cd-Based and CD-Free Quantum Dot


Uniglobe Kisco Represents Quantum Materials Corp (QMC) in the QDot Materials Market

Why Use Quantum Materials Quantum Dots?

  • Scalable Process
  • High Efficiency Yields
  • Automated Throughput
  • Reproducible Process
  • Backup Systems
  • No production downtime

Quantum Materials Products and Projects

Quantum Dots (QD) in Commercial Quantities
Uniform Nanoparticles Future  Development
The Market for Quantum Dots is Continuously Growing in Both Market Size and Applications
A compilation of six major research reports shows wide agreement that the global QD market is expected to grow by about $1 billion/year starting in 2016.QMC believes global capacity might be 8 metric tons/year by the end of 2015. We estimate that industry capacity will increase by about that much every year for the next few years, then faster.
Throughput Capabilities that Meet Tomorrows Quantum Dot Forecasts
Production Capacity
“The Biggest Area for Advancement will be fulfilling the needs and demands of industry for the tonnage of quantum dots that will be needed for all the products companies want to manufacture.”
 ~ Stephen B. Squires (Founder and CEO)
Quantum Materials Market Focus
  • QMC’s primary market is in developing and supplying quantum dots for both the QD-LCD UHD display and QD-LED solid-state lighting markets.
  • The Company’s marketing strategy is to engage in strategic arrangements with manufacturers, distributors, and others to jointly develop applications using its patented continuous flow production process.

Future Vertical Markets

Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc.
Future Market – Quantum Dot Solar Cells (QDSC)
  • Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc. is a wholly owned operating subsidiary of QMC that is developing photovoltaic flexible thin film  inorganic non-REE tetrapod quantum dot solar cells.
  • Solterra plans to utilize QMC’s patented low-cost, high-volume quantum dot production combined  with Tetrapod QD technology licensed from Rice to commercialize quantum dot solar cells at a cost that is competitive with  conventional fossil fuel generation on an unsubsidized basis.


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