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Corporate Website: www.QMCdots.com

Solar Division: www.solterrasolarcells.com

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SEC Filings on EDGAR

QMC PRs on Globe News Wire

As of 5/1/19:  580,975,473 shares outstanding (Transfer Agent verified) per OTC website.

Note: Quantum Materials is the Only Publicly Traded Quantum Dot Manufacturer in the North America
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Quantum Materials Corp (QMC) develops and manufactures quantum dots and nanomaterials for use in display, solar energy and lighting applications through its proprietary high-volume continuous-flow production process. QMC's volume manufacturing methods enable consistent quality and scalable cost reductions to provide the foundation for technologically superior, energy efficient and environmentally sound displays, the next generation of solid-state lighting and solar photovoltaic power applications. Wholly-owned subsidiary Solterra Renewable Technologies develops sustainable quantum dot solar technology. For more information follow Quantum Materials Corp at www.QMCDOTS.com

Patented  QD Continuous Flow Mass Production Link
QMC's IP Offering the Best Capex and Opex in the Industry

Quantum Dots/Future Energy Solution Link
Quantum Dot Solar is the Only Viable Solution to the Worlds Future Energy Needs. Stephen Squires CEO/Founder
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Quantum Materials Corp Announces $1 Million Order for Two High Volume Quantum Dot Production Systems Link
"The two systems are scheduled to be delivered to Amtronics LLC on or before June 30, 2019 and will be deployed at the Quantum Materials Corp’s licensee’ new Tech City site in Assam India, currently under construction with a target completion date of November 2019."

QMC Unveils Industry’s First 100% Cadmium-Free 55 Inch Quantum Dot LCD Display Technology with 95% Rec. 2020 Performance Link

QMC Licensing & Development Agreement with Amtronics India Feb 10Q Link

QMC Receives License Fee For Large Scale Quantum Dot Production & Expanding Project Scope From $20M to $70M Link

Qamronics India PVT has been established to manufacture quantum dot semiconductors and quantum dot thin film solar cells using patented technologies from Quantum Materials Corp USA Link

Amtronics India Development Agreement Overview from the Shareholder Letter Link

Complete January 2019 Shareholder Letter Link
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"Quantum Materials Announces that it has signed a License and Development Agreement with Amtronics CC to allow for the establishment of large scale, low cost quantum dot production for the development and future commercial manufacture of: ultra-high definition display panels (UHDTV); solid state lighting (SSL) LED’s; and quantum dot driven thin-film solar cells (QDSC) as well as the right to use the QDX trademark" Link
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QDX™ Heat & Moisture Resistant Quantum Dots for Displays & LED Lighting Link

“We use microflow reactors, which can achieve high rates of heat and mass transfer, resulting in a very uniform product. Therefore, very little post-processing is required,” explains Krishna Kowlgi, senior research engineer at QMC
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These Images are Conceptual Views of Future Product Made by Amtronics Assam India

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"The construction of the park is expected to be completed by December, 2019" Link

Thin Film Quantum Dot Solar Cells Manufacturing Facility to be Set Up in Assam Link

"We have laid out a very comprehensive roadmap to providing this solution with a now completed solar cell design with commercially economic power yield levels along with fixed component QD chemistry and plan to commence production of solar cells via a continuous, rapid feed flexographic based printing process as soon as the manufacturing facility in Assam is up and running,”

QMC Shareholders: India can be Repeated Worldwide
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India Ceremony Ribbon Cutting You Tube Video January 16th 2019 Stephen Squires at 30 Seconds, Speaks at 1:47 Link

In a boost for Domestic Manufacturers, Indian President Approves CPSU Program for 12GW of Solar Link

India's Future Growth Made in India and QMC's Advantage Link

QMC's Partner Amtronics India Website Link. Facebook Link
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Quantum Materials Industry Leading 91% Rec2020 Color Gamut with Remote Phosphor "On-chip" Display Link

This Cadmium Free Display Eliminates Film and is nearly 10% higher than Samsung High End QLED's.
Game Changing Display to be Unveiled in San Marcos for Top Industry Participants

TV with Quantum Dot ColorTV with Quantum Dot Color

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Quantum Materials  Announces Capability to "Mass Produce High Performance", Low Cost Perovskite Quantum Dots Link

PQD's Bridge the Gap in Solar Efficiency vs Silicon at a Fraction of the Cost

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Hexa Research: Quantum Dots Market Size, Share, Analysis, Competitive Strategies and Segments Forecasts, 2018 To 2025. 
See Qmc Amtronic's Indian Adventure in Paragraph 5 of the Summary. The Full Report is Listed at 3,950 USD

Chemical Engineering Article: A Bright Future For Quantum Dots Link

Comprehensive Article 3 Paragraphs about QMC

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June 2019 Quantum Materials Corp Announces $1 Million Order for Two High Volume Quantum Dot Production Systems Link
"The two systems are scheduled to be delivered to Amtronics LLC on or before June 30, 2019 and will be deployed at the Quantum Materials Corp’s licensee’ new Tech City site in Assam India, currently under construction with a target completion date of November 2019."

May 2019 Quantum Materials Corp Unveils Industry’s First 100% Cadmium-Free 55 Inch Quantum Dot LCD Display with 95% Rec. 2020 Performance Link
QMC, announced today that it has produced and is demonstrating to select customers a 100% cadmium-free 55 inch QDX™ quantum dot display technology that achieves an industry-leading 95% Rec. 2020 color gamut coverage. This superior level of performance is achieved by utilizing the Company's proprietary quantum dot enhanced film while eliminating the costly barrier film previously necessary for QD-based display designs.

March 2019 Quantum Materials Corp Receives Initial License Fee for Large Scale Quantum Dot Production in Assam India- New Facility Construction in Progress. Link

QMC has received an initial $500K upfront payment for license "right of use" of QMC Intellectual Property for development, manufacture and commercialization of quantum dots to Amtronics CC in Assam, India to support end-use products in thin-film quantum dot solar cells (QDSC), solid-state LED lighting (SSL) and state of the art display applications. Construction has commenced on the new 120,000 sq. ft. facility with ground pilings being laid and NDT testing underway.

The delay in processing of the upfront license fee was largely an unintended consequence of expanding the project scope from the initial $20M to the now proposed $70M. With this payment now in place we are ready to move aggressively forward on this exciting new venture with our license partners Amtronics CC and AMTRON to bring the incredible power of quantum dots and the products they can make better to the India marketplace.
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January 2019 Shareholder Update CEO Steven Squires India Visit & Revenue Guidance Link

Leading American cadmium-free quantum dot and nanomaterials manufacturer Quantum Materials Corp (OTCQB:QTMM) today issued a comprehensive corporate update filed as an 8K with the SEC available at this Link

Within the update the Company details developments through 2018, progress on the Assam, India project, advancements in QD-LED and revenue guidance
India Ceremony Ribbon Cutting You Tube Video January 16th 2019 Stephen Squires at 30 Seconds, Speaks at 1:47

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Amtronics India Website Link.

Quantum dot production and thin low cost solar cell development in Assam Republic of India

Qamronics India PVT is the joint venture formed by Amtronics and Assam Electronics Development Corporation Ltd (Amtron) which is the State-owned Public Sector Undertaking of the Government headed by M K Yadava. Amtron is devoted to advancing emerging electronics technologies that lead to creating new industries and employment opportunities in Assam India, with operations based in Assam Republic of India.

***Qamronics India PVT has been established to manufacture quantum dot semiconductors and quantum dot thin film solar cells using patented technologies from Quantum Materials Corp USA.***
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Effective Date: November 19, 2019

a) Within 60 days of execution of this agreement licensee will provide proof of funding in the amount of Twenty million U.S. dollars ($20,000,000.00) for this project.
Within 120 days of execution of this agreement licensee will provide proof that construction on the facility has commenced.
  c) Within no later than 120 days of execution of this agreement licensee will place purchase orders and pay deposits on the purchase of the initial lab equipment to include but not be limited to the Schlenk lines, Micro reactors and support equipment.
Within 210 days of execution of this agreement licensee will provide proof that construction on the facility has been completed.
Within 300 days of execution of this agreement licensee will provide proof that quantum dot production has commenced at the Assam facility.
Within 30 months of execution of this agreement licensee will provide proof that solar cell production has been established.

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Thin Film Quantum Dot Solar Cells Manufacturing Facility to be Set Up in Assam

Amtronics CC provides initial $20 million in funding for this enterprise LINK

Amtron Vice Chairman Facebook Page Link
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Puravida India Prospective

Amtronics & QMC's Contract to License. $82 million is committed Link

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January 2019 Shareholder Letter Link


Amtronics India Development Agreement from the Shareholder Letter

Game Changing Display Unveiled in San Marcos for Top Industry Participants

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November 2018 Interview Stephen Squires

November 2018 Quantum Materials Corp to Establish Large Scale Quantum Dot Production in Assam India via License and Development Agreement with Amtronics CC

Puravida Prospective on Assam Republic of India Licensing Agreement

The India/Assam deal makes QMC viable

 Tech City to be completed in 2019 which will create 8000 Jobs

Per the Indian Government final approval document (dated 2/1/18) for the initial Tech City project

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November 2018 Quantum Materials Corp Achieves Industry Leading 91% Rec2020 Color Gamut Performance with Remote Phosphor "On-chip" Quantum Dot Technology

Nov 2018 Clay Chase Update Quantum Materials (OTCQB: QTMM)

Referencing QMC's Latest Press Release & Breaking it Down

Squires interview reiterates and validates the REC2020 QDLED PR of a few weeks ago.


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October 2018 Quantum Materials Corp Receives Innovator of the Year Award from YTEXAS 

"We're so far ahead of everybody in the space." - Stephen Squires in CEO Y-Texas interview 

QMC sues K&L law firm for $100 million for malpractice 
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September 2018 QMC Announces "Volume" Perovskite QD Process
Continuous flow manufacturing process produces stable, low cost, high purity perovskite quantum dots

September 2018 PR - Quantum Materials Corp Announces Capability to "Mass Produce High Performance", Low Cost Perovskite Quantum Dots - Paving the way for Next Generation Solar and Display Applications Incorporating PQD Materials

****Why QMC's Pervoskite are the Best QD's****

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August 2018 Quantum Dot LED Milestone Surpassed by Quantum Materials Corp Exceeding One year of Continuous on-time

June 2018 Shareholder Letter 8K

May 2018 Board of Directors elected Robert Phillips as its new Chief Financial Officer.

May 2018 Company’s board approved engaging RBSM LLP (“RBSM”) as its new registered independent public accountant.

Feb 2018 Quantum Materials Corp Announces Review of Strategic Opportunities, Engages Canaccord Genuity as Advisor

March 2018 From Torrey Hills Capital (Clay Chase) email distribution:

Mar 2018 The Discovery of Apple's Secret Micro-LED Display Testing Plant in California Rattles Display Maker Stocks in Asia

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QMC's Patented Flow Production of Cadmium Free QD's & Micro-LED's is proven technology over OLED

Jan 31st 2019 Quantum Materials Renews Nevada Corporate Registry

Feb 2018 Art Summarizes 2017 and Early 2018 Achievements & Status

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December 19th 2017 Quantum Materials Corp Gains ACS CAS Registration and Fulfills Regulatory Requirements for QDX Shipments to Worldwide Markets

Leading American Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot manufacturer Quantum Materials Corp (OTCQB:QTMM) today announced it has completed the regulatory requirements necessary for volume export of the Company’s cadmium-free QDX quantum dots worldwide.

Quantum Materials has gained Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) registration for QDX cadmium-free quantum dots through a division of the American Chemical Society and has also completed the requisite analysis in support of the QDX Safety Data Sheet (SDS). Both CAS and the SDS are required in order to ship high volumes of advanced materials abroad.

“Our extraordinary team has worked tirelessly to meet the regulatory requirements required to export high volumes to meet international demand for our QDX cadmium free quantum dots,” said Quantum Materials Corp CEO Stephen Squires.  Our initial regional fulfillment focus is on Asia. As the home of Samsung, BOE and LG, the region is without question the world epi-center of display technology and manufacturing and represents a very significant opportunity for our cadmium-free high performance quantum dot materials. While the transition in display technology from phosphors to quantum dots has not been as rapid as many anticipated, we believe industry-wide adoption is inevitable and quantum dots will eventually replace phosphors in both LED and OLED displays.”

“Completing both the CAS registration requirements and the SDS for our materials is a significant milestone. The optical performance of our cadmium free quantum dots is arguably the best in the industry and has gained the attention of industry leading companies. With the CAS registry and SDS completed we are better positioned to respond to industry demand,” said Toshi Ando, Quantum Materials Sr. Director of Business Development for Asia/Pacific. “Our collaboration partners played a critical role in our ability to complete this process quickly and efficiently.”


Highlights from November 2017 Meeting with Toshi Ando
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Understanding Financial Aspects and Filings for 2017

October 19th 2017 Shareholder Update

August 23, 2017 Quantum Materials Opens Nano-Materials Online Store
American Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot manufacturer Quantum Materials Corp announced the launching of the Company's new Nano-Materials online store.

InP/ZnS core/shell semiconductor manocrystal is Cadmium-Free (Heavy Metal Free) quantum dot that is considered as alternative QD material for many applications such as Display , Light Emitting Diode, Bio-marker, Security a well as automotive applications. QMC will offer various QDs that covers wide range of emission peak including common Green (530nm) and Red (630nm).

Link to Quantum Materials Website to Buy Cadmium and Cadmium Free Quantum Dots and Other Nanomaterials

August 16, 2017 1000 Hour Quantum Dot LED Milestone Surpassed by Quantum Materials
65” Class Q7F QLED 4K TV
Next-Generation QLED's with high performance and reliability now possible

Note: Samsung Cadmium Free QLED Displays we're made with in house Batch QD's

August 10, 2017 Quantum Materials Corp Achieves Record Performance for Pure Red Cadmium-Free Quantum Dots

Advance seen as pivotal step in quantum dot migration to OLED platform and true QD-LED displays

May 30, 2017 QMC Presents QD's/QD-Film and QD-LED's at SID/Display Week in Los Angeles PDF

May 23, 2017 Quantum Materials Granted Continuous Synthesis NHM Patent

Quantum Materials Corp (OTCBB:QTMM) today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has granted Quantum Materials Corp Patent # 9577149 for the continuous synthesis of high quantum yield InP/ZnS nanocrystals.

“This is an important milestone in consolidating and protecting our intellectual property for large scale volume synthesis of non-cadmium quantum dots,” Quantum Materials founder and CEO Stephen Squires stated. “Continuous synthesis micro-reaction technology is the solution for synthesis of high-quality nanoparticles due to the many advantages our patented process provides, including precise temperature control, mixing efficiencies, fast reaction speed and parallel operation for scalable volume production.

Quantum Materials Green QD's Made By Continuous Flow Process
Note: QMC is the Only Company to Offer Continuous Flow Production vs Batch Production from other QD Suppliers

April 27, 2017 Quantum Materials Corp and Freschfield PLC Execute Funded Collaboration Agreement for SmartSkinz Development

Shareholder Letter March 2017
* January - 2017 CES Present Heavy Metal-Free Quantum Dot Display Film
* February - Achieved Very Bright, Industry-leading Narrow Emission Green Quantum Dots via Flow Manufacturing
* February - Optimization in Flow (Manufacturing) Completed
* Red Quantum Dot Performance Enhancement Initiated
* March - Optimization of Red QD in Flow (Manufacturing) Initiated
*March - To this end, we are moving rapidly to have our red and green cadmium-free quantum dot materials incorporated into a finished QD film product
with several qualified value added film processing groups that we are currently working with.

January 30, 2017 GTG and QMA Report 150 Million RMB Investment by China Government Guidance Fund and Siting of Production Facilities in Beijing and Changde Economic Development Zones

QMA will build two Quantum Dot production line and application development centers in the Beijing and Changde Special Economic Development Zones. The advantages to QMA of siting the facilities in these locations beyond proximity to clients includes a full refund of the land purchase cost upon facility completion as well as a five year state tax exemption

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Nov 30th 2016 Uniglobe Kisco Cadmium Free Validation/Commercial Shipments Early 2017/Funding
Uniglobe Kisco, Inc. President Kenji Shimada commented, “It’s exciting to be partnering with Quantum Materials in this revolutionary display material technology. Our own rigorous testing has shown product specifications for their cadmium-free quantum dots to be at or beyond what is currently available in the market today, and their innovative high-volume production technology gives us confidence in the company’s ability to fulfill demand as the market for quantum dot-enabled films for displays grows.” Link to Uniglobe Kisco/QMC Cad Free Dots

Sept 16th 2016 Quantum Materials Corp. Continues Work for Joint Development Partner, Increases Strategic Personnel and Lab Space

Quantum Materials today announced that the Company is continuing work with a leading optical film manufacturer, building upon a relationship which originated under an initial joint development agreement. Over past year as this development work has ramped up and other projects have come on line, Quantum Materials Corp has tripled its full-time science and engineering staff with the addition of several patentholding scientists, and engineering, and manufacturing operations specialists. In addition, effective September 1, 2016 the Company will double its lab space at Quantum Materials’ San Marcos, Texas headquarters.

Aug 3rd 2016 Quantum Materials Developing Nanomaterials for Tracing Fracking Fluids To Point of Origin
Quantum Materials today announced that the Company has partnered with a Texas-based E&P technology business and is currently developing specialized nanomaterials for use in oil and gas well production optimization. The project, which is nearing the completion of the initial phase, is targeting new materials which are expected to provide for safer and more efficient recovery of hydrocarbon resources. The challenges of creating nanoparticles that can withstand the harsh downhole environment are leading us to discoveries that we can apply to make our quantum dots for use in displays and lighting more robust. The Company realized a small revenue contribution from this project in fiscal year 2016 that ended June 30.

June 14th 2016 Quantum Materials Corp. Appoints Sri Peruvemba CEO
Display Industry Expert to Drive Technology to Commercialization and NASDAQ Uplisting. Stephen Squires will remain CEO of Quantum Materials Asia and Solterra Renewable Technologies. We are well poised to grow Quantum Materials Corp within the display industry while positioning the company to be a market leader we believe that our continuous flow manufacturing process has us positioned to be an industry leader, as other uses for quantum dots begin to commercialize.

May 23rd 2016 QMC Enters Next Phase of Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot Development

Increase shipment quantities as development reaches pre-commercial scale later this year, commercial quantities of a high performance cadmium-free quantum dot film in conjunction with our partners will be available to display manufacturers in early 2017. Increasing concern over the use of cadmium in consumer displays has been driven by RoHS Directives, Our decision to accelerate development of cadmium-free quantum dots and our ability to recruit a distinguished scientific, technical and production team has allowed us to achieve this milestone and initiate ramping-up of sample production volumes.“We value our relationship with Kisco and look forward to working with them at DisplayWeek to continue growing the current customer partnerships they have facilitated and build upon the momentum we are developing as a team,” Mr. Squires will be participating in a CMO panel discussion.

April 8th 2016 Quantum Materials Closes Financing
Company has closed its convertible note and warrant financing, previously disclosed in a Current Report on Form 8-K, significant revenue later in 2016.  Company is announcing that independent director Daniel Carlson has assumed the role of Chairman. As we look to position Quantum Materials for a potential uplisting to a major exchange, the board felt it was prudent to separate the roles of CEO and Chairman by moving an independent director into the Chair, stated Mr. Carlson.

January 27th 2016 Quantum Materials Corp to Launch Quantum Dot Production in China,
Joint Venture Partner GTG Commits $20 Million US Investment

The joint venture will be registered in Hong Kong and operated as Quantum Materials Asia Co., Ltd. GTG’s investment and Quantum Materials’ patented mass-production quantum dot manufacturing technology will enable Quantum Materials Asia to start supplying quantum dots to clients in the display, lighting and solar energy industries.

January 6th 2016 Renowned Quantum Dot Innovator Dr. Nathan Stott Joins Quantum Materials Corp
As one of the foremost leaders in research on quantum dots, Nathan brings a wealth of knowledge and proven experience to the Company

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December 10th 2015 Quantum Materials to Participate in ROTH Capital Partners New Industrials Corporate Access Day
Roth Capital Partners is a full service investment bank focused on serving emerging growth companies and their investors

Oct. 15th 2015 Sri Peruvemba Joins Quantum Materials Corp Board of Directors
Quantum Materials Corp  Continues to Expand Electronic Display Eco-System

September 22nd 2015 Quantum Materials Corp Signs Funded Product Development Agreement With Leading Optical Film Manufacturer (Nitto Denko Japan)
Quantum Materials Corp today announced that the company has executed a funded product development agreement with a leading global optical film manufacturer.

July 28th 2015 Quantum Materials Enters Joint Development Agreement With Leading Display Panel Manufacturer
Quantum Materials Corp today announced a joint development agreement (JDA) with one of the world's leading manufacturers of display panels.

June 25th 2015 Quantum Materials Increases Manufacturing Capacity for High-Heat Tolerant QDX(TM) Quantum Dots
Company expands into new lab space, ramps up second patented continuous-flow production line, reaches QDX™
heat resistance to 260 degrees Celsius and ships QDX™ trial orders to six of the leading global display and television manufacturers.

June 1st 2015 Quantum Materials Announces QDX(TM) Class Quantum Dots With High Heat, Oxidation and Moisture Resistance
Quantum Materials Corp today released their QDX ™ class of rugged Cadmium-free quantum dots with the highest heat, oxidation and moisture resistance available industry-wide.
QDX™ Quantum Dots do not degrade under the high heats used in application to film, silicon and polymer and allow for creative LCD display and LED lighting engineering as well as lowering protective barrier film costs.

May 20th 2015 Quantum Materials to Announce New Class of High-Reliability Quantum Dots at SID Display Week 2015
Leading North American quantum dot manufacturer Quantum Materials Corp today announced plans to introduce a new class of high-reliability
Cadmium-free quantum dots at the Society of Information Display (SID) Display Week 2015 International Symposium in San Jose June 1st.

April 29th 2015 Quantum Materials picks up funding to improve flat-screen technology
Quantum Materials Corp. reported raising $490,000 of a planned $2 million financing. 
The San Marcos company collected the capital from five investors, according to a Tuesday filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

April 22nd 2015 Quantum Materials Taking Early Delivery of New Metric Ton Scale Quantum Dot Production System
QMC today announced it is taking early delivery of a new quantum dot (QD) production system over eight times larger than its current installed capacity.
The new continuous-flow process equipment will increase production capacity by 2,000 kilograms (2 metric tons)

April 1st 2015 Quantum Materials Appoints Craig A. Lindberg as Chief Financial Officer
"Mr. Lindberg's appointment is effective Monday, April 6, 2015 and is in line with the company's drive to enhance the breadth and depth of its financial and operational leadership team."

March 18th 2015 Quantum Materials Breaks Stokes Shift Barrier
"Company Announces Availability of 'Strong Shift' Quantum Dots in Commercial Quantities Through Patented Continuous Flow Synthesis Process. Quantum Materials is also making significant advancements with Cadmium Free Quantum Dots which are in evaluation stage by some of the worlds largest display makers"

February 5th 2015 Quantum Materials Begins Shipping Cadmium-Free Red and Green Quantum Dots
"Company accelerates development to meet display manufacturer demand as a result of management meetings at 2015 Consumer Electronics Show"

January 6th 2015 QMC Production Capacity to Two Metric Tons by Q2 2015 to Meet 4K LCD TV and Display Demand

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December 15th 2014 CEO Stephen Squires to Speak at Rice Center for Quantum Materials Launch

November 5th 2014 Quantum Materials Corp to Quadruple Lab Space and Add Scientists

August 20th 2014 Quantum Materials Acquires Bayer Technology Quantum Dot Manufacturing & Solar Cell Patents

August 6th 2014 Quantum Materials Achieves 95% Quantum Yield by Automated Quantum Dot Production

June 3rd 2014 Quantum Materials Initiates Mass Production Months Ahead of Schedule

May 21st 2014 Quantum Materials Update on Scaled Quantum Dot Production

Mar 12th 2014 Quantum Materials Closer to Volume Production of Tetrapod Quantum Dots

Feb 6th 2014 Quantum Materials Secures Funding Expanding Tetrapod QD Production

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QMC's Advantages & IP

Patented Continuous Flow Mass Production

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QDX™ Heat & Moisture Resistant Quantum Dots for Displays & LED Lighting

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Quantum Dots: Next Generation Of Displays
by David Doderer
 (iSP Magazine July/August 2013)

One Continuous Flow Microreactor can produce 100kg of Highly Uniform Tetrapod Quantum Dots per day or around 30,000kg per year. Assuming a design that coats the entire display surface with Quantum Dot Film, that is enough to create approximately 10 Million QD-LEDTV's, outpacing projected market demand for the next few years. David Doderer VP of Research & Development

Quantum Dots has a myriad of potential applications and a true enabling technology for all fields of science which offers better features, more accuracy, energy savings, less weight, higher reliability and lower cost.

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QMC entered into agreement with Uniglobe Kisko. for distribution of advanced QMC quantum dot and related nanomaterials.

**Link to Uniglobe Kisco/QMC Heavy Metal Free Quantum Dots**




The Market for Quantum Dots is Continuously Growing in Both Market Size and Applications


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Global Quantum Dots Market is Expected to Reach USD 8,246.8 Million in 2023

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Key Alliances Disclosures Publications & Patents

Quantum Materials Acquires Bayer Technology for Quantum Dot Manufacturing & Solar Cell Patents


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Rice University..Center for "Quantum Materials" Launch December 16th 2014

Revolutionary "Tetrapod Quantum Dot" Synthesis US Patent Granted

Synthesis of Uniform Nanoparticle Shapes with High Selectivity
  United States Patent 8313714 B2 · Filed: 04/11/2008 · Published: 11/20/2012

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Quantum Materials has Exclusive Worldwide License for Proprietary Quantum Dot Printing Technologies Developed by Dr. Ghassan Jabbour

Quantum Dot Continuous Flow Processing Breakthrough Achieved with Access2Flow

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Giant QD blinking suppression

Quantum Materials Secures Uncloneable Anti Counterfeiting 3D Printing Technology

Quantum Materials Nanobio

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Ready to Market..Tetrapod Quantum Dots

4K Display..There's a New QD Maker in Town


Quantum Dots: The Next Generation of Displays by David Doderer


Significance of Green Quantum Dots


In Regards to NHM-QD's

Handout image from Nanosys claims “The Kindle Fire HDX is brighter and more colorful with Nanosys QDEF” (Nanosys)

Quantum Materials Wins San Marcos Innovation Summit Burdick Award 2014

Quantum Materials Scales Up Quantum Dot Production for Solar, Display and Lighting Markets

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Increased shell thickness in indium phosphide multishell quantum dots leading to efficiency and stability enhancement in light-emitting diodes

TV with Quantum Dot Color

Reuters Article Quantum Materials Corp will go to the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq


1/6/15 Introducing Quantum Materials
Non-Heavy Metal Quantum Dots

1/6/15 Introducing Quantum Materials Non-Heavy Metal Quantum Dots

10/1/14 Stephen Squires Interview
Live on Clear Channel Radio

Stephen Squires CEO iHeart Radio Interview

9/3/14 Time Warner News discusses
Quantum Dots with Stephen Squires

Time Warner News

10/7/15 SNNLive - Quantum Materials Corp


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Quantum Materials Receives Advanced Quantum Dot Frost & Sullivan Award

Quantum Materials Corporation "enaboling technology' overcomes all quantum dot industry problems by delivering high-quality lower-cost, and uniform in commercial quantities quantum dots for the reliable supply necessary for industrial production commitments. Frost & Sullivan rated QMC higher than competitors in all criteria, specifically highlighting QMC's low cost of manufacture, mass production capability, potential for market acceptance, and a variety of hybrid quantum dots before concluding " QMC's QD technology is poised for large-scale adoption in diverse fields, such as lighting, displays, solar energy, sensors, opto-electronics and flexible electronics".                            

Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Shyam Krishnan said, "There is no question that the future is very bright for quantum dots. Their ability to interact with photons, electrons, and chemicals to make useful energy, light or other nanoscale actions is as yet unmatched among nanoparticles. Quantum Materials Corporation's patented quantum dot synthesis that allows scalable mass production will allow them to service a multitude of industries in the near future. That is the reason they have earned the Frost & Sullivan 2012 North America Enabling Technology Award for Advanced Quantum Dot Manufacturer.

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 A New Paradigm of Science and Business
The 21st Century will be The Quantum Dot Era. The kilogram quantity mass production of quantum dots is clearly a game-changer. High quality, high quantity and lowest price quantum dots will increase the rate of change and new products will cascade into the marketplace once manufacturers learn to integrate higher efficiency / luminescence quantum dots into their products. This level of change represents a new paradigm that will create new industries, products and jobs in science and industry. The list of possible quantum dot applications is ever expanding. We see creative new applications waiting for the availability of quantum dots. We see a multitude of new jobs made possible by QD.

We see applications that create or save energy, diagnose, treat and cure formidable diseases and are Green because our cadmium free quantum dots use less material, no REE, and are thinner, lighter, more robust and ecologically greener in the manufacture process. Quantum Dot possibilities will become product realities and increase the standard of living for the people of the world as electricity becomes portable and plentiful while at the same time electronic products become ubiquitous and inexpensive.
Quantum Materials Corporation quantum dots are now available to help make this happen.

Quantum Dots: Man-Made Molecule

Quantum dots refer to one of several promising materials niche sectors that recently have emerged from the burgeoning growth area of nanotechnology. Quantum dots fall into the category of nanocrystals, which also includes quantum rods and nanowires. As a materials subset, quantum dots are characterized by particles fabricated to the smallest of dimensions from only a few atoms and upwards. At these tiny dimensions, they behave according to the rules of quantum physics, which describe the behavior of atoms and sub atomic particles, in contrast to classical physics that describes the behavior of bulk materials, or in other words, objects consisting of many atoms.

Quantum Dots measure near one billionth of an inch and are a non-traditional type of semiconductor. They can be used as an enabling material across many industries and are unparalleled in versatility and flexible in form.

These highly efficient tetrapod QD are available across the entire light wavelength from UV to IR spectra and very narrow bandwidth is common. Selectivity of arm width and length is very high allowing different characteristics to be emphasized. Capping with shells and dyes adds desired properties. A custom mixture of quantum dots tuned to optimal wavelengths is easy to create, and projects will have the advantage of unprecedented flexibility and quantities for determining the optimal quantum dot without the time, expense and poor quality of batch synthesis methods.

Rice University Quantum Dot Synthesis

Dr. Michael S. Wong's lab at William Marsh Rice University invented a simplified synthesis using greener fluids in a moderate temperature process producing same-sized QD particles, in which more than 95 percent are tetrapods; where previously even in the best recipe less than 50 percent of the prepared particles were all same size and tetrapods. These highly efficient tetrapod QD are available across the entire light wavelength from UV to IR spectra and very narrow bandwidth is common. Selectivity of arm width and length is very high allowing different characteristics to be emphasized. Capping with shells and dyes adds desired properties. A custom mixture of quantum dots tuned to optimal wavelengths is easy to create, and projects will have the advantage of unprecedented flexibility and quantities for determining the optimal quantum dot without the time, expense and poor quality of batch synthesis methods.

Furthermore, the Rice process uses much cheaper raw materials and fewer purification steps. A positively charged molecule called cetyltrimethylammonium bromide provides this dramatic improvement in tetrapod manufacture. This compound, found in some shampoos, also is 100 times cheaper than alkylphosphonic acids currently used and is far safer, further simplifying the manufacturing process.

***Access2Flow Quantum Materials Collaboration for TQD Mass-Production***

Color printersAccess2Flow continuous flow micro-reactor processing will enable us to scale up the manufacture to our goal of 100kg/day production without loss of quality. Through QMC research and development in conjunction with A2F, we have made improvements on the process which are an integral part of our intellectual property contributed to our Joint Venture and other partnerships. We will be the first to mass produce the highest quality quantum dots at the lowest cost on the market using readily available, non-REE materials.

The Access2Flow continuous flow micro-reactor maintains the synthesis process precise and narrow wavelength uniformity. The quality and quantity of our tetrapod quantum dots have exceeded our requirements and far exceed what is available on the market today. Due to the simplicity of our scale-up to mass production, we believe we could provide last year's display industry's total consumption of QD in one month's production.

Both full-scale quantum dot manufacturing and quantum dot based thin-film photovoltaic solar panel facilities can be developed today with available technologies.

QD Nanotech Applications

Quantum dots sorted by sizeCurrent and future applications of quantum dots impact a broad range of industrial markets. These include, for example, biology and biomedicine; computing and memory; electronics and displays; optoelectronic devices such as LEDs, lighting, and lasers; optical components used in telecommunications; and security applications such as covert identification tagging or biowarfare detection sensors. All of these markets can move from laboratory discovery to commercialization as QMC scales production of quantum dots to robust levels.

IN VITRO analysis for cells and biological systems:

Quantum dots make improvements in the quality of marking in both brightness and time to study (hours instead of minutes).

IN VIVO selective tissue marking:

Quantum dots have been used for lymph node mapping and vascular and deep tissue imaging. This use has the potential to be much more significant for disease control and cure than any other current pharmacological technology.

*See the extensive 'Quantum Dot Applications' lists below for a far-more in-depth review of the wide-ranging conceivable applications.

QD Printing Applications

Quantum Materials Corporation has the exclusive worldwide license to proprietary quantum dot printing technologies developed by Dr. Ghassan Jabbour.

diffracting screens

This pioneering technology makes significant improvements over prior art!


Quantum Dot LED as well as nanoparticle LED / OLED based displays now have the potential to be manufactured using very high volume, low cost roll-to-roll print processing on inexpensive substrates. In addition to the potential to deliver a significantly lower price point, this technology can also provide, higher definition, increased viewing angles, lower power consumption and reduced response time for an enhanced picture, all in a very thin, light weight, format. These characteristics enable display technologies to flourish in environments that have previously been uneconomical or simply not viable.


Tetrapod quantum dots and printing technologies can be printed and applied to certain lighting applications delivering high brightness, true color balance, long life and low energy consumption for highest efficiency. As global consumption of electricity in the world is increasing dramatically, energy efficiency through better electronics and lighting is a key to reducing the overall burden on power production and the expected increases in greenhouse gas emissions.


Thermoelectric devices are not more ubiquitous because, simply stated, they are not efficient. The best materials in nature's arsenal are small bandgap semiconductors and semimetals, but they still do not enable the efficiencies required for a widespread technology adoption. Many researchers are working diligently on nanocomposite materials, such as quantum dots that artificially induce phonon scattering, thereby inhibiting heat transfer due to lattice vibrations while facilitating electron and hole conduction. Results to date have been promising, with improvements by up to 100% of the Zt coefficient (the basic thermoelectric figure of merit) being reported.

Photonics & Telecommunications:

Quantum dots make an attractive opportunity to develop optical switches, modulators, and other devices that rely upon nonlinear optics. Quantum dot colloids can have strong transitions at the important 1310nm and 1550nm telecommunication bands that have been incorporated into or onto optical polymers, semiconductor polymers, microcavities, photonics crystals, and even semiconductor devices. Quantum dot nanocomposite materials and associated devices continue to be investigated by numerous researchers with the aim of creating faster, cheaper, and more powerful optical telecommunication components.

Security Inks:

Inks and paints incorporating quantum dots, nanoscale semiconductor particles, can be tuned to emit light at specific wavelengths in the visible and infrared portion of the spectra. Ink and paint formulations can be created by combining multiple quantum dots and other pigments to create unique fluorescent spectral barcodes that identify any object or document when illuminated. The quantum dot based inks may be applied via conventional screen, flexography, offset, gravure, and ink jet printing processes while the paints are designed to be sprayed onto any surface.

Introductory Pricing for Academic Research

Stephen B. Squires, Founder and CEO of Quantum Materials Corporation said:

"We believe that our tetrapod quantum dots are truly an enabling technological breakthrough. As such we have an obligation to make sure these materials are accessible to researchers across the globe so discovery in the advanced electronics and life sciences fields, among others, can be realized and accelerated. Offering QMC tetrapod quantum dots at a substantial cost savings will increase access to experimentation as the range of quantum dot research also widens. There are a number of potential applications for quantum dots that have not been well described and we really believe this is going to be the kind of platform technology that spurs innovation and creativity throughout the scientific community."

Due to lowered component cost and manufacturing advantages, QMC has initiated sales operations by marketing its high purity, uniform tetrapod quantum dot production at low introductory pricing to the life sciences, academic, and other industrial research and development (R&D) communities. "Research" pricing to the academic community and potential partners will spur development of new market opportunities. The unique properties and quantum effects of quantum dots will cause advances in diverse fields including biology and biomedicine; computing and memory; electronics and displays; optoelectronic devices such as solar cells, LEDs, lighting, and lasers; optical components used in telecommunications; and security applications such as covert identification tagging or biowarfare detection sensors.

We expect to see a strong demand for this product from Universities and R&D arms of nanotech manufacturers of electric light bulbs, electronic equipment, particularly screens for computers, TV, advertising displays as well as a variety of medical uses. Using quantum dots, screens for computers, televisions, advertising displays, cell phones and other electronic devices can produce clearer, sharper pictures at less cost. In addition, there are medical uses, such as biomarkers, which have tremendous potential in deepening the understanding of diseases including cancer and innovating new and dramatically better treatments.

Global QD Market Projections

According to a report by BCC Research, the global market for QDs, which in 2008 was estimated to generate $28.6 million in revenues, is projected to grow over the next 5 years at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 90.7%, reaching over $700 million by 2013. Following the initially modest revenues generated by standalone colloidal QDs - primarily serving the life sciences, academic, and other industrial research and development (R&D) communities - within the next 2 years several product launches with colloidal or in situ QD underpinning will bolster market revenue considerable

Quantum Materials Executive Leadership

Link to Quantum Materials Corporate Officers & Board Website

Stephen Squires 
Founder & CEO Quantum Materials & Solterra Renewable Technologies

Stephen Squires has over 25 years of experience in turnarounds, startups, business development, mergers and acquisitions and strategic planning. Mr. Squires is skilled at identifying emerging technologies and driving commercialization/global market introduction to position companies for growth. From 1977 to1983, he worked at  McDonnell Douglas Corporation, a company engaged in the business of building advanced tactical fighter aircraft and space vehicles, developing and adapting advanced materials for combat aircraft applications. From1983 to 2001, Mr. Squires, as founder, served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Aviation Composite Technologies, Inc., a company whose principal business was the engineering, design, manufacture and refurbishment of advanced composite aero structures. Under Mr. Squire's leadership the company grew from zero to over 200 employees and operated a 100,000 square foot state of the art facility. Aviation Composite was merged with USDR Aerospace in 2001. Prior to his employment with the Company which commenced upon the closing date of the Agreement and Plan of Reorganization, Mr. Squire's principal occupation was consulting and advising in the areas of advanced materials, nanotechnology, applications engineering, strategic international marketing with emphasis on middle east and commercialization of emerging technologies for Orasi LLC. Since 1998, Mr. Squires has pursued his interests in advanced materials such as nano fibers and nanotubes where he quickl for service on the Board. Mr. Squires has had experience working for McDonnell Douglas Corporation and Aviation Composite Technologies, each of which brings valuable business experience to the Board.

QMC Exhibitor & Invited Speaker Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference, Moscone Center, San Francisco, February 11-13 2013. Mr Squires Topic, TQD's Applications in Emerging Nano Molecular Medicine & Diagnostics, Ranging from Imaging Assays, Multiplex Drug Delivery & Cellular Targeting Platforms.

Quantum Dots are the future of molecular medicine and biotech, in assays, diagnostics, theranostics, drug delivery and point-of-care devices. 

"Green" quantum dot synthesis approach using continuous flow chemistry mass production can dramatically lower the cost of energy transfer conjugates, while delivering better features, and more accurate results and outcomes. These quantum dots are Tetrapod shape, uniform, low cost and mass producible.

Biomedical Research assays using tetrapod quantum dots instead of chromophores and florophores have advantages of brightness, stability and reacton time for more accurate treatments & diagnosis. Quantum dots coupled with biomarkers, allow diagnosis of disease which can become point of care care devies in doctor's offices with instant readouts. Bio-compatable Tetrapod QD used in a multiplexing drug delivery platform is also being explored for diagnosis, treatment and eradication of cancer cells. For many biotech applications the ultimate "enabling technology' will be easily synthesized and scaled high quantum dot yield and uniform quantum dots.

Quantum Materials Corporation is developing specialized quantum dots for a private biotech company, Nanoaxis LLC to functionalize with their proprietary biomedical nanomaterials for a multiplexing drug delivery.

For More Information "Review of Quantum Dot Technologies for Cancer Detection and Treatment"  http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=172


Robert Phillips Chief Financial Officer Craig Lindberg

On May 17, 2018, the Board of Directors elected Robert Phillips as its new Chief Financial Officer. Since January 2018, Mr. Phillips has been working as a controller for the Company pursuant to a one-year consulting agreement which called for a monthly fee of $9,167. Of the $9,167, $2,500 per month is being accrued until a funding event of at least $2 million. The remaining $6,667 is being paid through the issuance of the Company’s common stock based upon a 20% discount to market. Mr. Phillips has the right to convert his accrued fees into common stock at the same discount to market.

  Mr. Phillips has extensive experience in accounting, finance, Security and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) financial reporting, Sarbanes Oxley compliance (“SOX”) and strategic planning in diverse industries including software, hardware manufacturing, medical technology and global communication services.

  Less than two years after completing his MBA at Texas A&M, he became CFO of a publicly traded company going through a difficult turnaround. A few years later he again became CFO and Chief Strategy Officer at publicly traded SecureCare Technologies, a medical technology spin-out and negotiated private equity investments. His early CFO experience has led me to positions and consulting engagements ranging from CFO of iStream Technologies, a startup business process management company specializing in regulatory compliance, to world-class Apple where he was a managing consultant of a high transaction volume stock operations team and managed accounting and related Form 10-Q and Form 10-K financial equity disclosure and technical accounting assessments as well as transitioned the departments operational site from Cupertino to Austin. He was also VP of Venture Development at a venture backed e-commerce startup incubator in Austin, Texas.


He has served as Controller of Rocket Gaming Systems as well as Financial Reporting and Planning Director at Multimedia Games and at Rignet during an IPO. As financial consultant at Bridgepoint Consulting Group, he has held CFO services, Interim Controller and SEC Financial Reporting positions at Phunware, Crossroads Systems, ActivePower, Harden Healthcare, ArthroCare, Boardbooks.com, Rainmaker Technologies and Fallbrook Technologies. Also, financial consulting and CFO services engagements at multinational companies including BMC Software, Natco Group, Respironics and FIC Group.


E.J. Schloss, the former Chief Accounting Officer will remain with the Company as Controller.

Ghassan JabbourGhassan E. Jabbour, PhD
Chief Science Officer Chairs the Quantum Materials Science Advisory Board and Serves on the Board of Directors

Rawabi Holding Research Chair in Solar and Voltaics Engineering, and Director of Solar & Photovoltaics Engineering Research Center, KAUST University, University of Nevada, has recently been elected a Fellow of the European Optical Society. One of only 60 such fellows, his election recognizes his "outstanding contribution in the multidisciplinary fields of optics and photonics, for his role inside the optical community, his great support for the European Optical Society, and especially for his contributions and innovations in printed and flexible nanothick photonics and  photovoltaics. Prof. Jabbour  will be presented with this honor in Aberdeen in September 2012.

Prof. Jabbour is the editor of several books and symposia proceedings involving photonics, electronics, nanotechnology, and combinatorial approaches to device and materials optimization. He has chaired and/or co-chaired and been on the organizing committees and sessions of more than 130 conferences related to photonic and electronic materials and devices and their applications in energy, displays and solid-state lighting, hybrid photosensitive materials, and hybrid integration of semiconductors, and nanotechnology. Prof. Jabbour has given more than 440 keynote, plenary and invited talks, and seminars. He was the only academic invited to speak at the United States of America's 2006 Senate S&T Caucus on Advancing Energy Efficiency sponsored by the Optical Society of America; one of the eight speakers at MRS-Symposium X-Frontiers of Materials; one of four invited keynote speakers at the Grand Challenges of Photonics at the European Optical Society (EOS) Annual meeting (2010); Invited Speaker at Nature Photonics Technology Conference in Japan (2010). He has numerous awards including Best Poster Award from the National Academy of Engineering/Engineering Academy of Japan/Japan Science and Technology Agency 2006 Japan-America Frontiers of Engineering Symposium; FiDiPro Award from the Academy of Finland, and the Hariri Foundation Excellence Award, to mention a few. Prof. Jabbour is an SPIE Fellow and an EOS Fellow. His group's achievements have been highlighted in numerous international journals, magazines and newspapers, including Nature, Nature Photonics, Science, Advanced Materials (4 times on cover), MIT Technology Review, MRS Bulletin, Chemical and Engineering News, USA Today, PC Magazine, LA Times, Boston Globe, Wired, Financial Times London, to mention a few.  Moreover, the USA National Science Foundation (NSF) website on "Technological Challenges for Flexible, Light-weight, Low-cost Scalable Electronics and Photonics," features many of Prof. Jabbour's results.  In addition, the website of NSF 2005 Year of Physics portrays one of prof. Jabbour's devices on the front page.

Dr. Ghassan E. Jabbour was in the past the Director of Flexible and Organic Electronics Development at the Flexible Display Center (FDC) since 2006 and a Professor of Chemical and Materials Engineering at Arizona State University since 2006. (Research activity at ASU)

Dr.Jabbour's KAUST Solar Center Presentation; March 2012

 Michael S. Wong
Principal Investigator, Associate Professor in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering , Associate Professor in Chemistry (Joint Appointment)

Dr. Michael S. Wong joined the Department of Chemical Engineering in 2001, and received a joint appointment in the Department of Chemistry in 2002. Before coming to Rice University, he did post-doctoral research with Dr. Galen D. Stucky of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at University of California, Santa Barbara. Mr. Wong's educational background includes a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Caltech, an M.S. in Chemical Engineering Practice ("Practice School") from MIT, and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from MIT (under the supervision of Dr. Jackie Y. Ying, "Supramolecular Templating of Mesoporous Zirconia-Based Nanocomposite Catalysts"). With the underlying theme of designing and engineering novel materials for catalytic and encapsulation applications, his research interests lie in the areas of nanostructured materials (e.g. nanoporous materials, nanoparticle-based hollow spheres, and quantum dots), heterogeneous catalysis, and bioengineering applications. He is particularly interested in developing new chemical approaches to assembling nanoparticles into functional macrostructures. Dr. Wong, as a Professor at William Marsh Rice University, the licensor of our quantum dots technology, is 100% familiar with our licensing rights with Rice and the capabilities of this technology.

The Catalysis and Nanomaterials Laboratory, led by Professor Michael S. Wong

Awards and Achievements

  • Promotion to Full Professor (2010)
    Southwest Catalysis Society, Chair (2008 - 2010), Past-Chair (link)
    AIChE Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum, Chair (2009 - present) (link)
    Journal of Nanomaterials, Associate Editor (2005 - present)
    Chemistry of Materials, Editorial Advisory Board Member (2010 - present)
    Faculty advisor for Phi Lambda Upsilon, chemical sciences honorary society (2003 - present) (link)
    AIChE South Texas Section Best Fundamental Paper in 2008 Award (2009)
    IBB Hamill Innovations Award (2009)
    Smithsonian Magazine "37 Under 36" Young Innovator Award (2007) (link)
    3M Non-tenured Faculty Award (2006, 2007)
    GOLD 2006 Conference Best Presentation Award, for "best new idea in gold catalysis" (2006)
    AIChE South Texas Section Best Applied Paper Award (2006)
    AIChE Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum Young Investigator Award (2006)
    MIT Technology Review's TR35 Young Innovator Award (2006) (link)
    Hershel M. Rich Invention Award (2006)
    National Academy of Engineering Indo-America Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, Invited Speaker (2006)
    Smalley/Curl Innovation Award (2005)
    National Academies Keck Futures Initiative (NAKFI) Symposium, Invited Participant (2004)
    Oak Ridge Associated Universities Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award (2003)
    National Academy of Engineering Japan-America Frontiers of Engineering (JAFOE)
    Symposium, Invited Participant (2002)
    Rice Quantum Institute (RQI), Fellow (2002)
    Robert P. Goldberg Grand Prize, MIT $50K Entrepreneurship Competition (2001)
    Union Carbide Innovation Recognition Award (2000)
    MIT Chemical Engineering Edward W. Merrill Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award (1997)
    Faculty advisor for Phi Lambda Upsilon, chemical sciences honorary society (2003 - present)

Full CV Mar 2011 (PDF 16 pages)

David Doderer
Vice President of Research and Development

David Doderer  has over 15 years of research & development experience in emerging technologies including biotech, nanotech and quantum effects.  From 2002 to 2005, he served as principal investigator for USGN, a company engaged in the business of defense, safety and security solutions, where he contributed to numerous patents/patents pending & proprietary processes. From 2006 to 2008, he managed Managing Hudler Titan LLC, a technology consulting company, specializing in advanced nanofiber filtration for gaseous streams; crowd sourcing to efficiently share and manage the information resource existing in personal experience; and a clean energy/ clean air/ clean water initiative through aggregation of retail level contributions in alternative energy based carbon offset programs. Mr. Doderer's vast experience in research and development in emerging technologies and his contributions to the filings of numerous patents and proprietary processes provides invaluable experience to the Board.

Link to Quantum Materials Website For Business Development Board

Art Lamstein (puravida19)   artlamstein@qmcdots.com
Director of Marketing, Quantum Dots (Former Art Retired)

Mr. Lamstein has 40+ years sales and marketing experience including recent receivables related county government and local government sales to all three branches of government. He has experience in all levels of the electronics equipment vertical industry. His focus is rapidly gear up marketing QMC tetrapod quantum dots to nanotech researchers including universities to speed experimentation and development.

Quantum Materials Corporation:

First-Tetrapods Synthesis with over 92%>Full Shape
First-Tetrapods with over 92% Uniformity of Size
First-Tetrapods w/precise control of arm width & length
First-Tetrapods Eco-Friendly Green Synthesis
First-Tetrapods Continuous Flow Chemistry Process
First-Tetrapods Mass Production by Continuous Flow
Wide Variety of Group II-VI Tetrapods Cd or Cd-Free
Dec 2012: New Tetrapod for Commercializing New Applications
Best Tetrapod for Commercializing New Applications
Best Company Company for Nanotech Joint Ventire Partering
Proprietary QD Printed Electronics Technologies
Precision printed lithography, gravure, inkjet printing
Roll to Roll QD Printing at high speed on flexible substrates
Contact Art to discuss your projects or applications

Solterra Renewable Technologies:

Solterra Renewable Technologies developing Non-REE Flexable Thin-Film Photovoltaic Tetrapod Solar Plants. Our object is to become the first bulk manufacture of high quality tetrapod quantum dots and the first solar cell manufacturer to be able to offer a solar electricity solution that competes on a non-subsidized basis with the price of retail electricity in key markets in North America, Europe, The Middle East and Asia.



Toshi Ando Senior Director Asian Business Development

Toshi Ando has a unique combination of skills in sales, marketing and technical disciplines; and has worked in high-tech fields throughout the Asia-Pacific region for more than 30 years. Toshi began his career as an artificial intelligence (AI) engineer at the legendary software company COSMO 80. Thereafter, he worked at Forval Corporation directly under the CEO who established his reputation as the first "entrepreneur" in the Japanese business community.

In 1993, Toshi relocated to Silicon Valley and served as a strategist for various advanced technology companies, targeting Japanese and other Asian markets. Mr.Ando joined Quantum Materials Corporation in 2010, where his primary focus is on establishing strategic business alliances with leading industrial companies and organizations to facilitate the development and application of next-generation technologies.


Link to Quantum Materials Website For Scientific Advisory Board

Tomio Gotoh
Scientific Advisory Board

Quantum Materials is honored to welcome Mr. Tomio Gotoh as a member of the QMC Scientific Advisory Board. Now a consultant for diverse advanced technologies in Japan, Mr. Gotoh is a principal inventor of the NEC TK-80, the first Japanese microcomputer in 1976. He led numerous product launches that made Nippon Electric Company (NEC) the Japanese personal computer industry leader. As NEC’s visionary pioneer, Mr. Gotoh contributed significantly during the dawn of the Personal Computer era with his industry colleagues Bill Gates, Gary Kildall, Kay Nishi and other legendary inventors.

Dr. Munisamy Anandan Scientific Advisory Board

Dr. Munisamy Anandan is a Managing Member of Organic Lighting Technologies LLC, Austin, Texas. He has 40 years of experience in various flat panel display technologies namely, LCD, Plasma, OLED, FED and LCD backlight. He held senior level positions in various companies that include Bell Communications Research, Matsushita Electric works and eMagin Corporation. Anandan is the past president of the Society for Information Display. For the past 12 years he has specialized in LED backlight, for LCDs for various applications including TV, and LED/OLED lighting. Anandan has delivered several key-note addresses, seminars and invited talks at various international conferences around the world, on LED backlight, LED lighting and OLED lighting. He has issued patents on quantum dot and quantum rod based novel pixelated backlight for LCDs, employed in multiplicity of applications. He has numerous patents and publications and has been given several awards that include R&D 100 Award, in recognition of his work. He is Senior Member of IEEE and SID. Anandan has just completed writing one part of a book on ‘Quantum dots and rods and their application to LED backlight for LCD’.


Archive Business Development Overview

Quantum Dot Based Systems

Quantum Dot Based Systems

Archive Information

Disclaimer: All descriptions of ongoing discussions involving potential business opportunities are subject to change and we can provide no assurances that such discussions will lead to the desired end result which is most favorable or beneficial to the Company, if at all, or that the Company will achieve profitable operations.         

QMC is in early stage discussions with  a worldwide manufacturer/distributor/retailer of consumer goods concerning participation in the development of quantum dot consumer products that could result in two or more possible product collaborations for retail mass production and distribution. This would provide QMC and Solterra with an experienced partner in design, production, marketing and sale outlets for new consumer products. Further research and discussions are needed and industrial and commercial applications of these products could be developed independently of any alliance.
QMC has a NDA with a Top 10 printing industry manufacturer specializing in security products and printing of bank cards, currency, passports and other documents. Initial discussions centered on Tetrapod quantum dots ("TQD") uses as an ink. TQD can be used in many ways for security products. Inorganic TQD exhibit photostability, narrow bandwidth and wide spectrum with very unique signature property advantages over dyes and chromophores for identification, tracking and tracing purposes.  QMC quantum dot patented printing capabilities for inkjet and R2R (roll to roll) can also be employed for mass production of secure passports, bank cards (for identification and interaction), money and other financial instruments. TQD's have singular properties in multiple fields of science including Photonics, Plasmonics, Optoelectronics and Piezoelectric and are now being used in sophisticated security and sensor applications that cannot be duplicated by counterfeiters.
QMC has fielded inquiries from conductive metallic ink makers interested in non-exclusive licensing or co-development of a QD-Polymer ink for various printed electronics applications. These companies are conducting due diligence on quantum dot characteristics for their applications. One possible use is for RFID (radio frequency identification) antenna applications for tracking packages in-transit as part of an active track and trace system with greater range and information holding, replacing passive systems. Active RFID can be read at further distances and can contain more information than passive systems. Conductive metallic inks used in active RFID can experience decreased function due to heat and/or oxidation, and have had recent high price increases in base material costs. In another use, invisible tetrapod quantum dot ink could be painted on valuable property and be used for property identification if stolen and recovered.
QMC has a NDA and is in discussions with a large molecular biology company currently successfully marketing recombinant proteins to researchers to functionalize QMC TQD to their own recombinant proteins, antibodies, aptamers, and peptides as value added product to sell to researchers in the life sciences. QMC is actively pursuing this same biotech market for other companies amenable to non-exclusive licensing of our quantum dots for research purposes or joint venture for development of advanced diagnostic tools delivering instant results at low cost or the use of our TQD as a drug delivery platform.
Quantum dots in biotech offer improved performance at the same or lower cost of current technologies. For diagnostic purposes, TQD's used in bioluminescent resonance energy transfer diagnostic assays have the major advantages over current state-of-the-art polymerase chain reaction of being near instantaneous and highly accurate besides offering the potential for mass production and much lower end-user costs. Assays, microarrays and point of care devices will also benefit from the high quantum yield, increased sensitivity and photostability of quantum dots over fluorphores and small organic dyes in identification, tracking and analysis of target cells. Polyethylene glycol coated PQD's can be bioconugated to antibodies, proteins, peptides, aptamers and small molecules. TQD have a high surface area to mass ratio due to their small size, diseases or conditions. TQD's offer the ability to multiplex by binding to both targeting and drug agents, with the added capability of fluorescing if needed generally under 10nm  (Nanometers), as a drug delivery platform for theranostic treatment of cancer and other Nanobio applications.

Quantum Dot Based Systems
Quantum Materials has an alliance agreement with Nanoaxis LLC. Nanoaxis specializes in developing leading edge bioimaging, biological diagnostic tools and drug therapies that rely on the unique properties of nanomaterials and more specifically TQD's. Compared with the conventional organic dyes, quantum dots have several some attractive advantages: long-term photostability, higher fluorescent outcome, narrower fluorescence emission, sensitivity to the electric and magnetic field. These advantages give a broad prospect for quantum dots to be applied in the biophysics field. QMC is working with Nanoaxis for the joint development of these exciting new diagnostic tools and drug therapies. The immediate aim of the alliance is to develop TQD based Cancer diagnostic kits and theranostic applications including Alzheimer's, Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, Breast Cancer and Major Depression.
 Quantum Materials is developing specialized quantum dots for NanoAxis to functionalize with their proprietary biomedical nanomaterials for a multiplexing drug delivery platform for drug/gene therapy and diagnostic medical devices technologies. The technology alliance allows these technologies to be developed rapidly due to Quantum Materials' ability to create the highest quality quantum dots in quantities necessary to support multiple projects with timely deliveries.
 The immediate goal is to develop a QD microarray device for detection, diagnosis and quantification of early cancers. The QD-MI device will be designed for rapid detection and grading of various multiple cancers using blood assays; easily, with higher accuracy and at less cost than current single ELISA assays. All diagnostic and pharmaceutical products will include QMC quantum dots functionalized by NanoAxis biomedical IP nanotechnology. We anticipate we can achieve production and initiate sales in fiscal 2014 and based on our limited test marketing, we believe this product has the potential to be well received by the nanobio markets. However, no assurances can be given the aforementioned plans will occur or lead to profitable operations.
 According to a recent report published by BCC Research the total market for nanobiotechnology products is $19.3 billion in 2010 and is growing at a compound annual growth rate of 9% to reach a forecast market size of $29.7 billion by 2015.According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc. the Global BioImaging Technologies Market is forecast to Reach US$37.4 Billion by 2017. Another recently published report by Bharatbook.com entitled "Quantum Dots : Technologies and Global Markets" indicates that the global market for quantum dots (QDs) in 2010 was worth an estimated $67 million in revenues. This market is projected to grow over the next 5 years, reaching almost $670 million by 2015, representing a tenfold increase. Optoelectronics, which includes quantum dot photovoltaics, represents one of the greatest market sectors. This area was launched in 2010 and is expected to increase at a 128.4% compound annual growth rate to reach a value of $310 million in 2015. The more established biomedical sector was valued at $48 million in 2010. This sector is expected to increase at a 30% compound annual growth rate to reach a value of $179 million in 2015.
  Solterra is a development stage quantum dot solar cell technology and manufacturing company. We perceive an opportunity for Solterra to acquire a significant amount of solar photovoltaic market share by commercializing a low cost quantum dot based third/fourth generation photovoltaic technology/solar cell, pursuant to an exclusive license agreement with William Marsh Rice University ("Rice University" or "Rice").  Our objective is to become the first TQD solar cell manufacturer and the first solar cell manufacture to be able to offer a solar electricity solution that competes on a non-subsidized basis with the price of retail electricity in key markets in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
 Competitors are pursuing different nanotechnological approaches to developing solar cells, but the general idea is the same for all. When light hits an atom in a semiconductor, those photons of light with lots of energy can push an electron out of its nice stable orbital around the atom. The electron is then free to move from atom to atom, like the electrons in a piece of metal when it conducts electricity. Using nano-size bits of semiconductor embedded in a conductive plastic maximizes the chance that an electron can escape the nanoparticle and reach the conductive plastic before it is "trapped" by another atom that has also been stripped of an electron. Once in the plastic, the electron can travel through wires connecting the solar cell to an electronic device. It can then wander back to the nanocrystal to join an atom that has a positive charge, which scientifically is called electron hole recombination.
 A quantum dot solar cell typically uses a thin layer of quantum dot semiconductor material, rather than silicon wafers, to convert sunlight into electricity. Quantum Dots, also known as nanocrystals, measure near one billionth of an inch and are a non-traditional type of semiconductor. Management believes that they can and will be used as an enabling material across many industries and that quantum dots are unparalleled in versatility and flexible in form.
 Solterra intends to design and manufacture solar cells using a proprietary thin film semiconductor technology that we believe will allow us to reduce our average solar cell manufacturing costs and be extremely competitive in this market. Solterra will be one of the first companies to integrate non-silicon quantum dot thin film technology into high volume low cost production using proprietary technologies. Our objective is to become one of the first solar module manufacturers to offer a solar electricity solution that competes on a non-subsidized basis with the price of retail electricity in key markets in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
 Management believes that the manufacture of our thin film quantum dot solar cells can introduce a cost effective disruptive technology that can help accelerate the conversion from a fossil fuel dependent energy infrastructure to one based on renewable, carbon-neutral energy sources. We believe that our proposed products also can be a part of the solution to greenhouse gases and global warming.

Plan of Operation

QMC will scale up Quantum Dot Production by applying proprietary technology licensed from Rice University for our quantum dot synthesis process and accomplishing large scale production using proprietary Micro-Reactor technology jointly developed through an agreement with Access2Flow an advanced flow chemistry consortium based in the Netherlands. These proprietary technologies enables QMC/Solterra to produce the highly desirable tetrapod quantum dots at a cost savings of greater than 75% compared to competing suppliers, and will organically supply QMC/Solterra's requirements for quantum dots for its solar cells and other quantum dot enabled products. Additionally, QMC intends to market these TQD's through various existing supply channels into various markets, including but not limited to lighting, security and electronics. The initial pilot scale up will take place at the Access2Flow facilities in the Netherlands and once optimized, equipment will be relocated as required to the  nanobiotechnology or solar cell production facility.
Solterra will fabricate solar cells and optimize the performance of solar cells based on a proprietary blend of TQD's .  The aim is to invest our best efforts to demonstrate and scale up production of low cost quantum dot solar cells having peak efficiency of greater than 10%. The efficiency of solar cells is the electrical power it puts out as percentage of the power in incident sunlight. Within the photovoltaic market, cell pricing and peak efficiency are key benchmarks for consumers in the decision for system selection and installation. The design and manufacture of Solterra's quantum dot based solar cells is projected to allow for the conversion of sunlight into usable electricity at a combination of efficiencies and cell cost at a very low "cents per kilowatt-hour" rate. The initial work was accomplished on site at the Arizona State University labs but such work was relocated to better accommodate the logistic requirements of our Chief Science Officer, Professor Ghassan Jabbour.
Identify, license and or develop additional quantum dot enabled applications in the lighting, memory and medical fields


The Current Objectives of the Company upon receipt of additional financing are as follows:

-Become the first bulk manufacture of high quality tetrapod quantum dots and have Solterra become the first solar cell manufacturer to be able to offer a solar electricity solution that competes on a non-subsidized basis with the price of retail electricity in key markets in the Middle East ,Asia, North America, South America, and Europe.

-Build a robust intellectual property portfolio in Nanomaterials, Nanobio technologies, nanomaterials processes, third & fourth generation photovoltaics, quantum dot process technologies and numerous other quantum dot enabled technologies. Success criteria include completion of preparation and filing of numerous patent applications in the area of Nanomaterials, tetrapod quantum dots, continuous flow chemistry and Quantum Dot Solar Cell technology, although no assurances can be given that these goals will be achieved.

-Initiate scaled manufacturing of tetrapod quantum dots, based in part on technology licensed from William H. Marsh Rice University, and building on continued research. Planning includes the implementation of one or more TQD pilot lines The design of the pilot line is intended such that the initial target output of the line, at approximately one kilogram per day, can be further scaled at least by an order of magnitude to 100 Kilograms per day in 2012. The output of the tetrapod quantum dots manufacturing will be used for QMC/Nnaoaxis Nanobio products and Solterra's quantum dot solar cells as well as stand-alone sales to third party developers of quantum dot products such as lighting, battery's, displays, memory and computer and consumer electronics.

-Continue to develop and characterize the Quantum Dot Solar Cell product; moving towards pilot proof line for solar cells and leading to high throughput print line ultimately capable of yearly solar cell output near gigawatt range. Target cell efficiencies are 15% within 1 year and greater than 25% within five years. Coupled within cell cost per watt decreasing below $.75/Watt, we intend to pursue initial product sales in late 2012 with significant increases in 2013.

 The following is an outline of the business accomplishments of the Company since July 2011

Completed proof of concept for producing Tetrapod Quantum Dots ("TQD") using the micro reactor process.
Completed 30 grams per week pilot scale production of TQD's using continuous flow micro reactor process and next step is now large scale production.
Negotiated Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") with Saudi business group to establish TQD & solar cell production in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Negotiated and consummated alliance agreement with Nanoaxis for the joint development of nanobio products with initial focus on invitro diagnostic kits and drug delivery technologies using TQD's.
Established focused R&D effort to develop production process and shelling techniques to produce extremely high quantum yield TQD's.
Developed and implemented plan to establish nanobio R&D and production lab in Texas.
Negotiated rights to sub-license technologies with Rice University. This was necessary to complete the joint venture agreements that we have been negotiating in the middle east and will be necessary as we pursue similar JV's in other regions.
Re-negotiated the Rice University license to split the single license agreement into two separate license agreements one with Quantum Materials Corp. for all medical applications and all electronics applications with the exception of solar, and one with Solterra Renewable Technologies Inc. just for solar. This is a significant step in structuring the parent company to be able to focus on developing new platform applications where quantum dots can be the enabling material and then forming wholly owned subsidiaries, like Solterra, to scale up and commercialize those technologies. The license agreements provide for the right to grant sublicenses subject to certain conditions.
Developed numerous proprietary processes, and have made significant discoveries that we believe will result in additional intellectual properties for the company.
Identified and began negotiations to license additional process and application oriented intellectual properties with recognized Universities for a broad range of nanotechnology related fields.

Competitive Strengths

 We believe that QMC/Solterra's licensed and proprietary technologies provide us with a number of competitive strengths  that position us to become a leader in both the Nano-materials industry and the solar cell industry.

 QMC's Cost-per-Gram advantage. Our proprietary and patent pending chemistry, process technology and metering technologies enable us to produce high purity, highly uniform tetra-pod quantum dots in high volumes at a very competitive price point. Our intellectual property provides for a number of base elements from which we can produce these unique, highly desirable materials , including non-toxic materials that are well suited for medical and consumer electronics applications. 
 Solterra's Cost-per-Watt advantage Our proprietary thin film technology should allow us to achieve an average manufacturing cost per watt less than $.75 and position Solterra's cells as one of the lowest priced in the world and significantly less than the per watt manufacturing cost of crystalline silicon solar modules.
 Continuous and scalable production process.  We intend to manufacture our solar cells on high-throughput production lines that complete all manufacturing steps, from semiconductor printing to final assembly and testing, in an automated, proprietary, continuous process.
 Replicable production facilities.  We anticipate using a systematic replication process to build new production lines with operating metrics that are comparable to the performance of best of bread production lines. By expanding production, we believe we can take advantage of economies of scale, accelerate development cycles and leverage our operations, enabling further reductions in the manufacturing cost per watt of our solar cells.
 Stable supply of raw materials We will not be constrained by shortages of semiconductor material, as we will be positioned to produce our own quantum dot materials.
 Pre-sold capacity through Long Term Supply Contracts.  We expect to pursue long term supply contracts which, if successfully entered into, would provide us with predictable net sales and enable us to realize economies of scale from capacity expansions quickly. By pre-selling the solar cells to be produced on future production lines, we intend to minimize the customer demand risk of our expansion plans.
 Favorable system performance.  Under real-world conditions, including variation in ambient temperature and intensity of sunlight, we believe systems incorporating our solar cells will generate more kilowatt hours of electricity per watt of rated power than systems incorporating crystalline silicon solar modules, increasing our end-users' return on investment. Solterra solar cells successfully blend the needs for efficiency, low cost, and time to recoup investment. Furthermore, the solar panels will be easy to install due to their flexibility and low weight.

Target Market Segment Strategy

 Our goal is to create a sustainable market for our solar modules by utilizing our proprietary thin film semiconductor technology to develop a solar electricity solution that competes on a non-subsidized basis with the price of retail electricity in key markets in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. We intend to pursue the following strategies to attain this goal:
 Penetrate key markets.  We expect to be a fully-integrated solar cell manufacturer. To the extent that our finances will permit in the future, we intend to place production lines in strategic locations over the course of many years across the globe which will enable us to diversify our customer base, gain market share in key solar cell markets and reduce our dependence on any individual country's subsidy programs.
 Reduce manufacturing costs.  We anticipate deploying continuous improvement systems and tools to increase the throughput of all of our production lines and the efficiency of our workforce and to reduce our capital intensity and raw material requirements. In addition, as we expand production, we believe we can absorb fixed costs over higher production volumes, reduce fixed costs by manufacturing in low-cost regions such as Malaysia, negotiate volume-based discounts on certain raw material and equipment purchases and gain production and operational experience that translate into improved process and product performance.
 Increase sellable Watts per module.  We will constantly be driving several programs designed to increase the number of sellable watts per solar module, which is driven primarily by conversion efficiency.
 Enter the mainstream market for electricity.  We believe that our ability to enter the non-subsidized, mainstream market for electricity will require system development and optimization, new system financing options and the development of new market channels. As part of these activities, we anticipate developing other quantum dot renewable energy solutions beyond the solar cell that we plan to offer in select market segments.
 The grid-tied Photovoltaic market is of importance because it is the fastest growing segment for Photovoltaics. Many of the early niche markets for solar were off-grid solutions such as emergency phone boxes, sail boats, and, of course, outer space. However, now that the price for Photovoltaic solar has dropped and can compete effectively with additional electric power sources (especially when energy rebates are considered), the grid-tied Photovoltaic systems has become the largest growing segment.  An appealing aspect of the potential large projects is that a large project can represent the sales volume in one transaction that might require hundreds of individual transactions for residential Photovoltaic solar applications and successfully obtaining these contracts can help us obtain other customer contracts. In addition, the lifetime requirements for some custom large projects may not be as stringent as for the regulated residential electricity market.

The most direct means for establishing the competitive value of Solterra's quantum dot and high-volume printing approach is to note that, while classic PV installed cost is approximately $0.50/kWh, and today's least expensive residential PV systems still cost approximately $0.38/kWh, the cells produced by Solterra are expected to provide electricity in the $0.08 - $0.14/kWh range. This translates into a cost saving of 66% under the cost of the current least expensive residential PV systems. 

Archive Press Releases

Archive Headlines

Nov 7, 2013

Quantum Materials Engineers Tetrapod Quantum Dots to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy of Biomedical Assays and Device

Quantum Materials Corp announced today that it has provided Tetrapod Quantum Dots (TQD) to an advanced medical device manufacturer to optimize performance of an "engineered spectrum" quantum dot-enabled light source to better provide useful data to researchers and practitioners that has not been easily discernible until now.

Oct. 2,  2013

Unique University-Industry Partnership to Spur Tetrapod Quantum Dot Commercialization

Quantum Materials Corporation  today announced it has entered into an MOU and University – Industry Partnership Agreement with Texas State University (TSU) in San Marcos, Texas, a short distance from Quantum Materials Corp headquarters at STAR Park.

Sept. 11, 2013
Quantum Materials Establishes Milestone as First Company to Deliver Tetrapod Quantum Dot Samples to LCD Display Manufacturer

Quantum Materials Corp. (OTCQB:QTMM) announced today it has shipped Tetrapod Quantum Dots in sample quantities to a diversified leading Asian-based electronics manufacturer. Quantum Materials recently developed tetrapod quantum dots to meet the client's performance specifications.

June 23, 2013
CEO-Live Interview

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Quantum Materials Tetrapod Quantum Dots Break Kasha's Rule: Enhanced Performance Enables Commercialization of Novel Discovery:

Since 1950, Kasha's  Rule 1, a principle of photochemistry,  held true that if a source of light excited a molecule enough, the molecule would fluoresce in a single color.  In 2011, the Alivasatos group at DOE's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, using tetrapod quantum dots, broke Kasha's rule2 by causing them to emit two separate colors instead of just one. This dual emission is possible because the tetrapod's core and arms can separately emit at different wavelengths, and this discovery finds potential in many new advances in optics and nanobio applications.


Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Quantum Materials Corp Moves Quantum Dot Labs to STAR Park, San Marcos, TX:

Quantum Materials Corporation has chosen to relocate its tetrapod quantum dot laboratories to San Marcos, Texas to take advantage of facilities at STAR Park (Science, Technology and Academic Research Park).


Monday, April 22, 2013

Quantum Materials Corp selects Austin, Texas for new R&D Labs

Quantum Materials Corporation has chosen the greater Austin area in Texas to relocate headquarters and to establish the company's R&D labs. After considering attractive proposals from Texas, North Carolina and Florida, Quantum Materials Corp. (QMC) has decided that Austin's "Silicon Hills" offers superior business advantages to emerging companies in both the nanotech and biotech fields.


Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Quantum Materials Corporation Supplies Tetrapod Quantum Dots to U.S. Government Researchers

Quantum Materials Corporation has recently developed and delivered customized tetrapod QD samples for applications being developed by Department of Energy National Lab researchers.


Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Quantum Materials Corporation Announces Non-Heavy Metal (Cadmium-Free) Tetrapod Quantum Dots

QMC announces a new class of cadmium-free, non-REE, non-heavy metal tetrapod quantum dots (NHM-TPQD) developed to meet worldwide concerns regarding nanoparticle biocompatibility and sustainability.

QMC can produce industrial scale quantities of NHM-TPQD using proprietary continuous flow chemistry processes with over 90% tetrapod shape and size uniformity, unmatched in the industry. The new availability of a reliable supply of high quantities of uniform and low cost non-heavy metal tetrapod quantum dots will spur development of products and applications in next-generation displays, sensors, biomedical research, diagnostics and drug delivery, security and conductive inks, solid-state lighting (SSL) and photovoltaic solar cells, currently under development by QMC subsidiary Solterra Renewable Technologies.


Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Quantum Materials Corp Receives 2012 North American Enabling Technology Award for Advanced Quantum Dot Manufacturing from Frost & Sullivan

Quantum Materials Corporation (QMC), the first manufacturer of Tetrapod Quantum Dots by a mass production continuous flow chemistry process, has been honored with Frost & Sullivan's 2012 North American Enabling Technology Award for Advanced Quantum Dot Manufacturing. QMC's "enabling technology" overcomes all quantum dot industry problems by delivering high-quality, lower-cost, and uniform quantum dots in commercial quantities for the reliable supply necessary for industrial production commitments.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Revolutionary Tetrapod Quantum Dot Synthesis US Patent Granted

Quantum Materials Corporation, Inc. proudly announces the USPTO patent grant of a fundamental disruptive technology for synthesis of Group II-VI inorganic tetrapod quantum dots. The patent, "Synthesis of Uniform Nanoparticle Shapes with High Selectivity" and invented by Professor Michael S. Wong's group at William Marsh Rice University, Houston, TX, for the first time gives precise control of both QD shape and dimension during synthesis and is adaptable to quantum dots production of industrial scale quantities. The new synthesis is a greener method using surfactants as would be found in laundry detergent instead of highly toxic chemicals used during industry standard small batch synthesis.


Tuesday, November 13, 2012

High Brightness Tetrapod Quantum Dots Developed

With this advancement, Quantum Materials Corp. Tetrapod Quantum Dots can be produced with a quantum yield greater than 80%, a brightness that increases the performance of this fluorescent marker alternative in biological assays and other applications.


Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Quantum Dot Based Technology Alliance Targets Major Diseases

Quantum Dot Manufacturer and Biomedical Nanotech Company Technology Alliance Targets Alzheimer's, Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, Breast Cancer and Major Depression


Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Quantum Materials Corp and Nanoaxis Announce Technology Alliance

Biocompatible quantum dots to enable industrial scale production of Nanomedicines


Thursday, September 15, 2011

Quantum Dot Mass Production Breakthrough Achieved

With this advance, researchers and manufacturers have the opportunity to now incorporate Quantum Materials Tetrapod Quantum Dots into new state-of-the-art electronics products that require industrial scale amounts of material.


Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Quantum Dot Continuous Flow Processing Breakthrough Achieved

With this advance, researchers and manufacturers have the opportunity to now incorporate Quantum Materials Tetrapod Quantum Dots into new state-of-the-art electronics products that require industrial scale amounts of material.


Thursday, June 22, 2011

Quantum Materials Corp Achieves Milestone in High Volume Production of Quantum Dots


Monday, May 17, 2010

Solterra Renewable Technologies Partners with JETRO to Introduce Tetrapod Quantum Dot Semiconductor Materials & Low-Cost, Highly Efficient Tetrapod Quantum Dot Solar Cell Technologies to Japan


Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Quantum Materials Corporation Subsidiary, Solterra Renewable Technologies, Announces the Appointment of Toshi Ando to the Newly Created Position of Senior Director Asian Business Development


Thursday, April 29, 2010

Quantum Materials Corporation Subsidiary, Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc., Engages Green Giant Venture Fund to Accomplish Forward Sale of Carbon Credits From Planned Saudi Arabian Solar Project


Thursday, April 22, 2010

Quantum Materials Corporation Subsidiary Solterra Implements High Volume Quantum Dot Manufacturing Plan


Wednesday, April 13, 2010

Hague Corporation Completes Name Change to Quantum Materials Corporation

Ticker Symbol Change to QTMM Effective 4/13/2010


Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Hague Corp.'s Subsidiary, Solterra Renewable Technologies Inc., Announces Introductory, Incentive Pricing for its Tetrapod Quantum Dots


Thursday, March 25, 2010

Hague Corp.'s Subsidiary, Solterra Renewable Technologies, Announces the Appointment of Andrew Robinson to the Newly Created Position of Senior Director Middle East Business Development


Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Hague Corp.'s Subsidiary, Solterra Renewable Technologies, Announces the Appointment of Renowned Technologist Dr. Bob Glass as Chief Technical Officer


Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Hague/Solterra today announced that it is initiating the next phase in its plan to make high volume synthesis of tetrapod quantum dots a reality.


Monday, July 27, 2009

Hague/Solterra today announced an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement with the University of Arizona for the patented, intellectual property covering screen-printing techniques for the fabrication of organic light emitting diodes.


Thursday, July 23, 2009

Hague/Solterra invited to present its Quantum Dot Solar Cell Technologies at the upcoming "Kingdom Project Expansion & Investment Summit," being held in Riyadh, Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia, on November 9 and 10.


Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Hague/Solterra Makes Progress in Solar Cell Production Facility Selection


Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Hague/Solterra Announces Intention to Restructure


Thursday, June 4, 2009

Solterra Renewable Technologies Poised To Fulfill U.S. Congress 'Clean Energy' Bill Mandate.


Monday, November 24, 2008

Dr. Ghassan E. Jabbour Named Chief Science Officer


Monday, November 17, 2008

Solterra to Compete in $700 Million Quantum Dot Market


Thursday, November 6, 2008

Hague Corp. Completes Merger with Solterra Renewable Technologies


Friday, October 31, 2008

Hague Corp enters into Binding Letter of Intent with Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc. And Solterra Concludes Worldwide Exclusive License with Rice University


Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Solterra Concludes Worldwide Exclusive License with Rice University


Friday, October 3, 2008

Hague Corp Enters into Binding Letter of Intent with Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc


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Quantum Dots: Future Energy Solution

Posted on December 22, 2009

If we are going to solve the global warming issue, we will need to start believe quantum dot solar technology is the only viable solution to the world's future energy needs.

By Stephen Squires

I don't believe in quantum dots because that is my business. I am in the quantum dot business because I believe in quantum dots.

The best of both worlds

NATURE PHOTONICS | VOL 4 | SEPTEMBER 2010 | www.nature.com/naturephotonics 605
Ghassan E. Jabbour and David Doderer

Quantum-dot-based solar cells promise to deliver efficiencies approaching those of crystalline solar cells but with the manufacturing simplicity of organics.

Last Paragraph of this article

To make this vision a reality, Solterra is increasing its production of quantum dots to 100 kg per day and implementing a highspeed production line for printing solar cells at a rate of 300 m2 per minute. We have also initiated plans to supply solar cells to a 1 GW solar farm in the Middle East that will supply both regional and European energy grids with a target date of 2015. Although the initial peak power rating for the completed modules will be lower than those of present inorganic photovoltaic technology, it is anticipated that due to their lower production costs, electricity generation will start at a near-typical grid pricing. Optimization of the cell layer design and introduction of improved materials is expected to provide further improvements in efficiency toward the theoretical maximum of 65%. This may ultimately lead to solar energy supplanting fossil fuel generation within 5-10 years.

Quantum Dots - Next Generation of Displays

Explore New Technologies For Display Printing

Article appeared in the Industrial + Specialty Printing magazine in July 2013
by David Doderer, Vice President for R&D

Trends in Miniaturization

QD Laser Inc., Kawasaki, Japan makes quantum dot lasers.

In these devices, the optical gain material is made of quantum dots – semiconductor nanocrystals measuring a few tens of nanometers. These ultraminiature particles exhibit a unique behavior. “Due to three-dimensional electron confinement in the quantum dot structure, electron energy states become discrete, similar to those of individual atoms,” said Dr. Mitsuru Sugawara, president and CEO of QD Laser.   read more...

Article from Photonics.com

3D printing explained

"Campbell and his colleagues at Virginia Tech have been working on certifying the authenticity of products by embedding quantum dots in 3D printed materials. Quantum dots are nanocrystals produced from semiconductor materials. They glow under infra-red light and can be deposited inside 3D printed objects in unique randomised patterns. Virginia Tech’s work to create anti-counterfeiting systems with quantum dots has been licensed by Quantum Materials Corporation to bring it to commercialization".  read more...
"The US Department of Defense
is thinking about the danger of sabotage, either deliberate or accidental, involving the use of faulty faked parts".
Dr. Thomas A. Campbell, of Virginia Tech has been working on certifying the authenticity of products by embedding so-called quantum dots in 3D printed materials.

Learn About Nanotechnology in Cancer

The National Cancer Institute Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer is engaged in efforts to harness the power of nanotechnology to radically change the way we diagnose, treat, and prevent cancer. Through its programs and initiatives, the Alliance is committed to building a community of researchers dedicated to using nanotechnology to advance the fight against cancer.

Optical Properties of Group 12-16 (II-VI) Semiconductor Nanoparticles
Characterization of Group 12-16 (II-VI) Semiconductor Nanoparticles by UV-visible Spectroscopy
Optical Characterization of Group 12-16 (II-VI) Semiconductor Nanoparticles by Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Spotlight shines on solar power, lighting research


Sustainable and cost effective solar technology made from Tetrapod Quantum Dot Solar Cells


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Quantum Dot Application List


Therefore it should be considered as a work-in-progress.

Solar Applications

- TQD Flexible Solar Cells
- Size matters
- Researchers increase efficiency of cheaper Quantum Dot solar cells
- Solar cell constructed with ZnSe-coated ZnO nanowires
- Terrestrial

- Space-Based Solar Power
- Desertec

Third Generation PV
- tandem cells
- hot-carrier cells
- multiple-exciton-generation cells
- multiple-energy-level cells, e.g., intermediate-band cells
- thermophotolvoltaic and thermophotonic conversion

Full Spectrum Utilization
- next generation - high efficiency

Efficiencies - solar cells
- quantum efficiencies vs energy conversion efficiency
- sensitized
- hybrid


Toxicologic Report - not all QD's are alike physicochemically
Environmental impact

Solar Cells
- hybrid   
- QD cells
- sensitized

- Waste Heat Recovery - Emission reduction -  
- PETE -- photon-enhanced thermionic emission

Fuel Cells
- SOFC's  - solid oxide fuel cells


- Quantum Light - A new era in lighting and displays

- e-readers
- e-paper ** video
- phones.
- cameras
- large area dynamic displays
- camera phones

- hi-efficiency low-power alternative    ** video

Electronics /IT

- inventory control
- locator/tracking/remote monitoring
- product ID & sales
- security
- anti-counterfeiting  - products and currencies
- product accountability and checkout

- QDLED display panels - 4K 8K
- Enhanced picture quality

- flash memory
- antenna
- batteries
- spintronics   ** video  
- quantum computing
- paper computer ** video

- definition
- growth potential
- optical characterization of Electron Beam Evaporated CdSe nanoparticles...
- optical properties of normal and 'giant' multishell CdSe quantum dots...*
- optical Nanosensors Comprising Photoluminescent Nanostructures
- data transfer
- optical antennas
- pillar microcavities

Optics/Optoelectronics - Continued
- printers
- miniature diodes
- data transmission

- plasmon waveguides
- plasmon-based sensors
- plasmon-assisted nanolithography
- Surface Plasmon Polaritons (SPPs) at metal/insulator interfaces
- Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS)


- growth
- accelerometers and gyros - force and displacement sensors integrating nanotube NEMS
- MEMS based micromirror arrays for vision systems display applications - 3D holography
- MEMS marketplace  - insights, trends, killer apps
- lateral alignment of epitaxial Quantum Dots
- Nanomechanics of NEMS
- MEMS/NEMS Devices - Microrobots and Nanorobots - What might they do?
- 3D heterostructures and systems for novel MEMS/NEMS
- medical MEMS
- nanomotors  ** video

Healthcare/Life Sciences

Nanomedicine  - Cell repair and drug delivery
Nanodiagnostics - Identify and isolate cell types
Surgery - Flesh welder
Cancer - Eradicating tumors
Texas Universities Novel Nanoparticle for Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
Stem cell therapy monitoring for brain injuries
Biomedicine imaging

Nanotechnology in medicine
- surgery
- tissue engineering
- microneedles

Medical /Pharmaceutical

- highly sensitive cellular imaging
- ability to image single-cell migration
- active and passive targeting
- delivering a gene-silencing tool, known as siRNA
- in vivo diagnostics

Nanocrystal Pharmaceuticals
- drug/peptide cargo-carriers
- Lab-on-a-Chip

Drug Delivery
- targeted cell destruction

Infection Control
- Killing Viruses


-ink stamps


- radiation hardened electronics
- image sensors

Oil /Gas
Flow Assurance - recovery process for oil and gas


- counter espionage

Weaponry Components
- high precision explosives through nanoscale structuring
- patterning high explosives at the nanoscale
- integrated (wearable) support
- free-electron lasers
- night vision equipment
- camouflague

Weird Science
- entanglement
- cloaking  ** video

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By Bill Leigh, Twitter @ih8aloss

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Game-Changing Stocks - QTMM set to lead Quantum Dot Nanotechnology
TetraPod Quantum Dots for SALE (Research or Commercial)
Profit from Nano HISTORY in the making!
Solar Industries Worst Nightmare to become a reality!
RE-INVENTING Solar with Solterra Renewable Technologies
Why would I want to invest in Quantum Materials Corp
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Hello World we are Re-inventing Solar
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Wall Street Wonder in The Making!
QTMM - Five Star Hotel, Two Star Price!
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Archive Sticky Notes

03234 Rice/Wong patents
05010 Dr. Bob Response to DDhawk
05193 Quantum dot pricing
05428 QDots...List of Applications
05596 Latest comments by Professor Jabbour
05620 Highlights from the 10K
05656 Dr.Jabbour/R2R PE & the Finnish connections
06243 Msg. from Art & Mngmt
06262 New KAUST research and innovation center
06271 KAUST campus rooftop Solar PV project
06282 Saudi Arabia....the New Germany
06478 QTMM TQD Patent Application activity as of 5/17/11
07123 Nanotechnology Enables Solar Power Advances in 2010 & 2011
07289 Companies related to QDots:
07448 E-mail Msg from QMC Director of Marketing [Art, aka; PV19]
08055 Wall Street Wonder in The Making
08197 Looking closer @ the QMC/NanoAxis relationship
09534 Nanowerk: Nanotechnology Nanomaterial Suppliers..
09598 Understanding 'efficiency' numbers
10467 Highlights I liked from the 10K
10472 10K comments continued
10554 Nanotechnology roadmap
11194 Building a business from the ground up
11389 Emergence of Nanobiotechnology
11456 Taking a look at where we stand
13733 We are going somewhere! Optimistically up as we
13924 Business Development Overview
13965 Message from Art
14004 Quantum Dot Industry Growth Potential (Nothing less than Explosive!)
14020 Subject of Patents
14205 Why buy the MECHANICAL ENGINEERING November 2012 issue?
14361 United States Patent 8,313,714
15780 Little Things Can Make a Big Difference
16647 Recent 'closely-related' TQD Patent App activity
17382 The Austin facility will allow the company to mass produce
18000 Summary of 1st-hand comments on SID2013 (display-tech symposium)
18940 CEO-LIVE Interview
23866 QDot Apps in the Automotive Industry (illustration)                 
23928 Giant QDot seminar by Hollingsworth (80min)
24142 Qurekas' valuation calcs
24446 Giant QDot attributes (22 of them)
25883 FlowId presentation at 2014 TEDx-Talks, video on Micro-Reactor tech
25963 Sad News Qureka passed away
26257 Q Factor, Quantum Dot Technologies for Cancer Detection and Treatment
26263 QMC Website Updated 8K Highlights
26281 Proprietary N2C Process System for Mass Production
26603 3D TQD's Creating Uncrackable Anti-Counterfeiting for Chips
27977  Nanotechnology: Understanding How Small Solutions Drive Big Innovation
28930  $ QTMM will be Quite The Money Maker!! 
29966  Ah-Haaa...here's the unrestricted version of that TimeWarner interview
30998  10K Highlights: Eleven of the twenty-four potential clients
31365  In regards to NHM...it will be secondary to
31553  QMC CEO 10/1/14 Clear Channel Radio Interview
31707  Samsung, LG turn to quantum dots as OLED
31782  Torrey Hills IR Client Press Release
31836  Quantum Materials Corp to Quadruple Lab Space
31893  Quantum Materials Corporation receives Burdick Award
31903  Article regarding TSU Star Park expansion & QMC (+ award)
31920  Article in printed electronic show
32083  2014 QDot developments & QMC
32915  OTC Markets Group Welcomes Quantum Materials to OTCQB
33010  Quantum Materials (OTCMKTS:QTMM) Moving on the Green Zone
33146  Stephen Squires to Speak at Rice Center  Dec 16th
33769  Update from QMC Director of Marketing via email.
33817  Top 5 TV trends for CES 2015
34387  Trends in Miniaturization
34946  Letter From SD Torrey Hills Capital
36723  Microcap Daily A Look at Quantum Materials Corp
36780  Latest from Clay Chase of Torrey Hills Capital, QMC Investor Relations
36789  Art on LinkedIn.
37058  Solar from Solterra is coming!
37312  QTMM in the lineup
37528  Post from Art on LinkedIn:
37529  QMC hires Corporate Controller
37530  Corporate Controller Responsibilities
38195  Latest From Clay 6-1-2015
38812  Quantum Materials Corp is poised to take the lead in this industry.
39133  Latest from Clay 6-29-2015
39470  QMC Patent Pending Bayer Signed Over To QMC
39729  QMC Increases Manufacturing Capacity for High-Heat Tolerant QDX™
40662   $QTMM ~ Quantum Materials Corp. due diligence report
40734   Up-Coming Events for QMC
40835   Some of the Bayer IP & Patents Purchased
41008   Torrey Hills July 2015 Corporate Headquarters Lab Site Visit
41009   Torrey Hills July 2015 Quantum Materials Corp Management Invterview
41403  Solterra’s objective is to become the first (QDSC) manufacturer
41762  QMC Signs Agreement With Leading Optical Film Manufacturer
41832  Some history on Nitto-Denko/Dr.J/QMC linkage..
41872  Quantum Materials inks deal with optical film manufacturer Nitto
41906  Latest From Clay 9-23-2015
42761  From Investor Relations Clay Chase 10-23-2015
43649  Vista Partners Initiated Coverage on Quantum Materials Corp.
43644  From Investor Relations Clay Chase 12-9-2015
43760  New presentation on the company website
44764  Quantum Dots Firmly Established as Mainstream Display Tech
45020  JV Partner GTG Commits $20 Million US Investment
46312  Quantum Materials to Drive QD Production QD Forum March 2016
46451  Update from Clay
47871  Uniglobe Kisco Proudly Introduces Quantum Materials at Display Week
47885  Uniglobe Kisco with its intro to QMC at Display Week
49318  Sri Peruvemba Moderator Summarises SID Display Week
49473  Solterra Ready To Emerge From R&D
49355  Quantum Materials Corp Appoints Sri Peruvemba CEO
49985  QMC Asia Update and Nitto Denko Prospectus:  
50004  Step 11: Pre-Production Prototype
50019  Quantum Dots Market Strong Growth Due To Soaring Demand
50071  Linkedin QMC Job Opening/Production Chemist
50074  Dr. Munisamy Anandan Managing Member of Organic Lighting Technologies
50084  QMC Job Opening Lead Process/Operations Engineer 
50093  Top 10 Trends in Displays by Sri Peruvemba
50115  Uniglobe Kisco Link from Display Week
50304  Gordon Research Conference Aug 2016 QMC Sponsoring
50330  Quantum Dots Preferred Materials for Display and Lighting Solutions
50384  QMC New Chemist Ryan McFerron One of Many New Hires
50527  PR Unexpected Avenue of QD use Revenue in the 10K
51067  Nitto Denko and Samsung have a history together..
51081  Compare Nanoco's partners to Nitto who is the leader in film Sales
51102  Nitto Denko plans LCD polarizer production in China
51113  Latest from Vista Quantum Materials Corp $0.45 Target
51172  Quantum Dots Display Market Is Expected to Rise at a CAGR of 76%
51289  The Exciting Story of Quantum Materials Corp
51329  Latest From Clay Gearing Up for Commercial Growth Stage
51358  Understanding Where QMC & Competitors Stand in the Display Arena
51370  Samsung Cadmium Free Dots Sources and Specs
51488  Univ of Toronto Ted Sargent QD Solar Papers
51545  LG QD displays in 2017
52075  Answers Regarding Current Share Price
52146  Sri's Interview
52170  10K take aways
52243  Indium and other NHM QD's
52472  Nanoco's Conference Call Minutes
52569  Annual Report
52606  Letter to Shareholders
52902  Epstein Research Sri Interview Nov 2016
52921  Seeking Alpha Version of Sri Interview
53023  8K Funding from Lincoln Group 10M
53076  Making a Sufficient Cad Free QD the rest is up to the Film Makers
53082  Samsung QD's Demand Increasing Hello QMC
53137  QMC Market Value Entry with QD Vision Value at 70M
53187  P/R 3rd Party Cad Free Validation/Commercial Shipments 2017
53722  Projected Growth for Quantum Dots in the Display Arena
53751  Display Daily Ken Warner Quantum Materials Update
53874  Successful Example of Moving from OTC to the NASDAQ
53920  Bill's Interview with CFO Craig Lindberg About NASDAQ Listing
53965  Dr. Nathan Stott Research Scientist Positive Comments
53993  Nanosys Info regarding CES/Working on Cad Free/Jamis Take
54149  Quantum Materials Appoints Founder Stephen Squires CEO
54190  Presenting Heavy Metal Cadmium Free Display Film at CES
54199  Link to Uniglobe Kisco/QMC Cadmium Free Dots
54292  Clay Chase Update Prior to QMC's HM-Free Demo at CES
54560  Bill's ih8aloss QTMM Blog 2017 update:
54566  Uniglobe Kisco Specialty Coating Systems & Parylene Coating DD 
54578  Clay Chase After CES & QMC's HM-Free Display Film Demo 
54943  More about QMCA/GTG China / BOE China's Largest Display Maker
54987  China Doubled Down Post by Art Puravida19
54988  Connecting the dots! Everything QMC Connected
55009  Clay Chase Update Great Developments in China
55086  Art's Breakdown of QMC/QMA
55102  Pictures of QMC Continuous Flow Processing of QD's
55132  QMC QD Made By Continuous Flow Process Pix
55472  Art's Identifying QMC's Path to Future Sales and Revenue
55995  Art's 10Q Evaluation and QMC's Strengths (1of 5)
55996  Board Member Decisions (2of 5)
55997  Currently The PRs Represent the Company Better (3 of 5)
55998  Issues & Solutions Regarding Revenue & Funding Options (4 of 5)
56004  2017 Progress and Revenue Frontrunners (5 of 5)
56027  QMC Asia Already a Winner
56032  Importance of Bayer Patents
56039  Quantum Dot Market Revenue Will Reach $5.04 Billion by 2020
56042  Art's QMC Future Prospectus
56190  China Makes 10% Investment in Quantum Materials
57119  When Small is the Next Big Thing
57485  Shareholder Letter March 2017
58073  LED Forum 2017 Significance of QD's in Micro-LED's
58211  Blue QD's light-emitting diodes (QD-LEDs) Next Generation
62800  Art Summarizes 2017 and Early 2018 Achievements & Status
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QTMM News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 05/20/2019 06:03:00 AM
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#75175  Sticky Note India Going from QD Reactors to End Product Solar_Express 07/07/19 11:33:45 PM
#74222  Sticky Note Quantum Materials Corp Announces $1 Million Order for Jamis1 06/13/19 07:14:12 AM
#72926  Sticky Note Hints: Today's PR Suggesting Successful OEM Endeavors Solar_Express 04/29/19 09:09:35 PM
#72671  Sticky Note In 2015 QMC released their QDX™ class of TedJ 04/13/19 11:47:59 AM
#66746  Sticky Note Quantum Materials Corp Achieves Industry Leading 91% Rec2020 Jamis1 11/07/18 07:16:58 AM
#75447   Agreed, QMC India endeavor is happening. Solar_Express 07/20/19 11:18:24 AM
#75446   Thanks and all in all a good week rodman 07/20/19 10:24:33 AM
#75445   Actually it was market sell, but why let dms1 07/19/19 04:12:16 PM
#75444   273000 shares just dropped at .0344. I believe rodman 07/19/19 02:48:31 PM
#75443   Closing today over .037 IMO! rodman 07/19/19 01:21:17 PM
#75442   Indeed!!! Go QTMM. Ecomike 07/19/19 10:44:46 AM
#75441   Spiking the punch again Mike ;-) Solar_Express 07/19/19 01:03:53 AM
#75440   I won the lottery and decided to spike Ecomike 07/18/19 10:53:45 PM
#75439   doing my part to help. this should get dshade 07/18/19 10:38:11 PM
#75438   Seems a little odd that most of the EDMGUY 07/18/19 09:45:15 PM
#75437   " Last 8 buys all over 20k shares dms1 07/18/19 09:45:00 PM
#75436   Nice EOD Rally Solar_Express 07/18/19 08:49:06 PM
#75435   250,000 shares traded in the last 30 minutes, BryanC 07/18/19 08:03:54 PM
#75434   Last 8 buys all over 20k shares each puravida19 07/18/19 07:43:51 PM
#75433   Making some progress here at least with the rodman 07/18/19 03:52:01 PM
#75432   That's fun. BigE1960 07/18/19 03:45:43 PM
#75431   If it goes up $0.0001 a trading day QuantumTravesty 07/18/19 11:41:30 AM
#75430   "The Common Facility and SWIFT Centre are the TedJ 07/18/19 11:40:45 AM
#75429   Almost, only 16,666.666% left to go QuantumTravesty 07/18/19 10:49:57 AM
#75428   That is correct after rereading the opening and ih8aloss 07/18/19 10:49:03 AM
#75427   Interesting that they refer to use in lighting BigE1960 07/18/19 09:54:35 AM
#75426   Good article for future use of QD's for ih8aloss 07/18/19 08:49:48 AM
#75425   The formation of intermediate layers in covered Ge/Si dockzef 07/18/19 08:12:10 AM
#75424   Are we there yet? 5+++? ipiros 07/17/19 11:24:51 PM
#75423   June 13th Quantum Materials Corp Announces $1 Million Solar_Express 07/17/19 02:19:11 PM
#75422   You could be right. Kurt_Banoffee 07/17/19 01:32:43 PM
#75421   “ I simply thought it was curious that TedJ 07/17/19 12:47:20 PM
#75420   I followed this one in 2008..... Termite7 07/17/19 08:47:34 AM
#75419   Kurt the 120,000 sq ft in July/ August TedJ 07/16/19 08:00:18 PM
#75418   Nothing needs to be proved! Kurt_Banoffee 07/16/19 06:26:04 PM
#75417   Nothing needs to be proved! puravida19 07/16/19 06:09:59 PM
#75416   Can't cite a quote to support that line, BigE1960 07/16/19 05:53:20 PM
#75415   Yep, They shipped reactors next up end product. Solar_Express 07/16/19 05:38:34 PM
#75412   people said they will never have a deal BigE1960 07/16/19 05:08:02 PM
#75411   You keep forgetting AMTRON signed off on it. puravida19 07/16/19 05:05:33 PM
#75410   They would not have shipped the reactors puravida19 07/16/19 05:01:16 PM
#75409   I bet Sri just quietly smiles to himself BigE1960 07/16/19 05:00:36 PM
#75408   Not at all. Just injecting a bit of reality. Kurt_Banoffee 07/16/19 04:54:47 PM
#75407   That seemed to solve the problem and worked well Kurt_Banoffee 07/16/19 04:48:35 PM
#75404   Nor does your ability to ignore problems or Kurt_Banoffee 07/16/19 04:44:17 PM
#75402   I am assuming until payment process worked out, puravida19 07/16/19 04:29:40 PM
#75401   I actually wondered about the 12,000 vs 120,000 Keith27 07/16/19 04:07:18 PM
#75399   Boring! puravida19 07/16/19 03:56:02 PM
#75398   Who asked anyone to research it? I simply Kurt_Banoffee 07/16/19 03:39:05 PM
#75397   You continue with the false assumption that the Kurt_Banoffee 07/16/19 03:09:11 PM
#75396   No. The fact is that there could be Kurt_Banoffee 07/16/19 02:53:51 PM
#75395   LOL, who are the "they" we are talking BigE1960 07/16/19 02:52:06 PM
#75394   If they can't scale up, there will be Kurt_Banoffee 07/16/19 02:50:20 PM
#75393   I have yet to see a QD market puravida19 07/16/19 02:16:25 PM
#75392   More companies moving out of China. Assam India puravida19 07/16/19 01:52:35 PM