Dr. Jason Rolland

  

Dr. Rolland currently serves as the Vice President of Materials Development at Carbon, Inc. a revolutionary digital manufacturing company seeking to disrupt the way polymeric products are designed, made, and delivered. His areas of expertise include: polymer synthesis and characterization; photopolymers; fluoropolymers; surface chemistry; nanofabrication; microfluidics; point-of-care diagnostics; drug delivery; roll-to-roll processing; and entrepreneurship. His team pioneered the development of dual-cure materials for additive manufacturing which enables the production of parts possessing the requisite properties for high-performance applications in the areas of footwear, protective cushioning, automotive, consumer products, dental, medical, and many others.


Prior to his role at Carbon, Dr. Rolland served as Co-founder and Director of R&D at Liquidia Technologies, a startup in Research Triangle Park, NC. Dr. Rolland is a co-inventor of the PRINT® platform, a novel technique for the fabrication of engineered nanoparticles with controlled size, shape, and chemistry. While at Liquidia, he led numerous multi-disciplinary projects including: the fabrication of solvent-compatible microfluidics; large-scale reel to reel fabrication of nanoparticles; and the development of novel vectors for drug delivery. Liquidia announced an IPO on the Nasdaq in July of 2018. 


Dr. Rolland has a B.S. in Chemistry from Virginia Tech and a Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the author of 24 publications, 2 book chapters, and over 60 current and pending patents. His work has been featured in Science magazine and Chemical and Engineering News. 


Dr. Rolland has received the National Starch & Chemical Company Award for Outstanding Graduate Research in Polymer Chemistry (2007), The SLAS innovation award (2014), and the Kathryn C. Hach Award for Entrepreneurial Success (2014). 

Production Redefined with 3D Printing

Lecture Time

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Description

Learn about Carbon's Novel Digital Light Synthesis Platform for manufacturing next generation of high-performance dental products

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