Co-founder & CEO | grapheneXL
Is Co-Founder and CEO of grapheneXL, a company developing large scale manufacturing processes to unlock the potential of the superlative material, graphene. He leads the building of the organization, the plan and the culture to deliver that strategy. And is responsible for all customer, partner, financial and operational decisions to deliver shareholder value.
Previously Philip spent 25 years with Intel Corporation. During that time, Philip held roles including Vice President of Internet of Things, General Manager of Quark Division, Director of Low Power Solutions, and Factory Manager of multi-Billion $ Chip Manufacturing Factories in the US and Europe. He has received numerous awards for his leadership roles in developing complex technologies, building huge scale manufacturing facilities, and delivering to worldwide markets. These include Irish Exporters Association “Innovation Award”, the Software Associations “Multinational Award”, the
Institute of Engineers “Professional Development Award”, and Trinity College’s “Alumni Award”. Philip has Engineering and Maths degrees from Trinity College Dublin, as well as Strategy and Executive education from Stanford.