Dr. Seo is leading the research and commercialization efforts of Volexion, Inc. He is currently an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Fellow and the technical representative of Volexion for the Chain Reaction Innovations startup incubator program at Argonne National Laboratory. Under this cooperative research agreement supported by the US Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office, Dr. Seo is overseeing Volexion’s commercialization efforts and funding over two years. He is also leading a Small Business Technology Transfer Phase I project funded by National Science Foundation as Principal Investigator. He has substantial expertise in the research and commercialization of novel nanomaterials, with 10 years of experience in the development and scale-up of nanomaterials synthesis and processing techniques. He is a co-author on 20 publications with over total 1,000 citations, and is a co-inventor on 3 issued patents and 2 pending patent applications on nanomaterial-based processing and scale-up technologies. He received his B.S. and Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University with a second major in Economics and a certificate of Management for Scientists and Engineers from the Kellogg School of Management.