NuMat Technologies, Inc., is a U.S. technology company innovating at the intersection of high-performance computing, chemistry, and hardware systems. We work with leading partners in the semiconductor, life-sciences, and energy sectors to design material-enabled products that meet the most demanding customer requirements. NuMat is a recognized pioneer in the field of metal-organic frameworks — MOFs — an emerging class of nanoporous materials.
NuMat's Director of Engineering, Patrick Fuller, was an invited speaker at CERAWeek this month in Houston, Texas. As the leading energy conference in the world, CERAWeek convenes energy executives, policy makers and leading technologist in discussing the most pressing needs of the industry for continued growth. NuMat's presentation focused on the use of novel material technologies to solve persistent innovation challenges in gas purification, recovery of fugitive emissions, and the creation of enabling supply-chains for gas transport.
The U.S. Army awarded NuMat with a $9.0 M initial contract to develop next generation filtration technology for toxic industrial chemicals used in the defense, industrial and semiconductor industry. This dual-use technology platform will both sustain the warfighter and help achieve demanding purity requirements in advanced manufacturing applications.
NuMat CTO, Jose Arno, Chaired the Industrial Symposium at MOF2018 in Auckland, New Zealand, an annual conference focused on the field of Metal-Organic Frameworks. His talk focused on NuMat’s integrated approach to commercializing novel products and processes, leveraging the power of material informatics through process scale-up and manufacture.