LeydenJar Technologies BV is a European based high tech venture, developing pure silicon anodes and its production technology, to boost the energy density of Li-ion battery cells for consumer electronics, electric vehicles, and residential energy storage.
Co-founded LeydenJar Technologies in April 2016. Chris has a background in high tech venturing and investments and holds a MSc. in Business from Erasmus University and an executive MBA from IMD.
Gabriël de Scheemaker
Co-founder of LeydenJar Technologies. Before this, Gabriël held senior positions at Shell’s renewable energy division and in corporate venture capital. Gabriël holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from Delft University and an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business.
Before joining LeydenJar Technologies, Yiseop was a senior scientist at leading battery manufacturers Samsung, LG Chem and A123. Yiseop is a Korean citizen and holds a masters degree in Inorganic Chemistry from Chonnan University.
Before joining LeydenJar Technologies, Ewout was an associate at NPM Capital, a leading Dutch private equity investment firm. Ewout holds a MSc. Applied Physics and a BA. Philosophy and completed his studies at the University of Groningen and Stanford University.
Experienced financial professional, working experience with Shell and Stork.
MSc in chemical engineering at Huaqiao University.
Ir in material science & technology at Delft University of Technology, extensive experience in battery & laboratory technology.
PhD in electrochemistry at the Delft University of Technology.
MSc in Artificial Intelligence at the University of Amsterdam.
PhD in nanotechnology at the Delft University of Technology, worked with engineering company in the energy industry.
Ing in chemical engineering of Fontys University of Applied Sciences. Background in process engineering with Philips, NXP, and Holst Centre.
Experienced equipment engineer in PECVD with background in solar cell equipment.
Tom van der Wielen
Background in Artificial Intelligence and IT.
PhD in electrochemistry at the University of Southampton.
BS in applied science at Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Background in process engineering.