The energy transition will transform the materials and chemicals manufacturing sectors as these spaces race to decarbonize. It’s also going to be a major growth driver for those companies that can position innovative products to benefit from the transition and unlock the full potential of clean-energy technologies.
This webinar digs into Lux’s unique data and highlights our expert analysis to uncover major opportunities, hidden gems, and potential areas to avoid for materials innovation supporting the energy transition.
Anthony Schiavo is a Research Director at Lux and leads the Accelerating Materials Innovation program. Under his leadership, the Accelerating Materials Innovation program covers innovation and technology development that intersect with the future of the chemicals and materials industry, sustainability, digital transformation, and consumer transformation. His expertise includes future materials like graphene, digital technologies like materials informatics, and challenges like the future of plastic waste. Anthony often is called upon to provide strategic advice and guidance for executives in the automotive, chemicals, and consumer goods industries.
Anthony received a B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Virginia Tech. During his tenure at Virginia Tech, Anthony focused his research activities on biomaterial composites and nanoparticle technology, and ethics.