Inventors Become Detectives to Solve Murder Mystery
September 11, 2017 | Maxwell Technologies
Sherlock Holmes would be proud of Maxwell’s inventors.
For the recent Inventor Awards, inventors participated in a scavenger hunt-style murder mystery adventure in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. Teams of inventors searched for clues hidden near storefronts and interviewed murder mystery actors to solve a Who Dun It? case.
"I enjoyed having a mind stimulating activity with my team members,” said Arek Suszko, senior process development engineer. At the awards ceremony, Suszko was recognized for two disclosures, one of which was for electrode active materials for lithium-ion capacitors with improved low temperature performance.
Hieu Duong, director, R&D, dry battery electrode technology, received the award for highest number of disclosures.
"In our dry battery electrode development effort, a process was developed to improve both free-standing film mechanical strength and cell electrochemical performance—a significant achievement to unlocking the full potential of Maxwell’s unique dry electrode process technology,” said Duong.
Congratulations to our inventors!
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