LEXINGTON, MA, April 24, 2014 —Today, Dr. Kenan Sahin, President/Founder of TIAX LLC, announced that effective May 1, TIAX’s Advanced Battery Materials & Design Division, a recognized leader in the field, will become a separate company, CAMX Power LLC, to be co-located with TIAX and operating as its subsidiary.
LEXINGTON, MA, Jan 11, 2013 — TIAX LLC (TIAX), a leading developer of advanced technologies and materials for batteries, today introduced its lithium-ion battery safety sensor system for detecting and pre-empting short circuits inside a lithium-ion cell. Short circuits can lead to safety events such as explosions and fires. Continue reading
LEXINGTON, MA, Jan. 2, 2013 — TIAX LLC has been chosen by Argonne National Laboratory as an affiliate member company of the energy storage Hub to be known as the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), which combines the R&D capabilities of five U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories with selected companies and research universities. Continue reading
We have moved…We at TIAX LLC are proud to announce that we have moved to a premier technology corridor in Massachusetts.
TIAX attended the inaugural meeting of The Battery Show and Battery Technology Expo held in San Jose, California, October 5-7, 2010. Continue reading
TIAX attended Batteries 2010, held in Cannes-Mandelieu, France, September 26th to October 2nd. Continue reading
TIAX attended the 15th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries (IMLB) held in Montreal from June 27th to July 2nd. Continue reading
TIAX attended the 44th Power Sources Conference held in Las Vegas June 13th to 15th and presented several papers describing recent TIAX work in battery technology development. Continue reading
TIAX President Kenan Sahin received the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations Foundation’s Ellis Island Medal of Honor on historic Ellis Island. Continue reading
TIAX staff member Rob Fricke joined almost 200 professionals from academia, industry, and government at the Santa Barbara Summit on Energy Efficiency to explore and exchange information about energy efficiency in the United States. Continue reading
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