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Keith Margolin Joins Engineered Conductive Materials as Formulation Chemist

Sep 06, 2011

Keith Margolin, ECM’s new Formulation Chemist

Keith Margolin, ECM’s new Formulation Chemist

Engineered Conductive Materials, LLC, a leading global supplier of conductive interconnect materials for photovoltaic applications, has appointed Keith Margolin as Formulation Chemist in its Research and Development (R&D) group. In support of its rapidly expanding business in the photovoltaic market, the company is expanding its R&D group, which is focused on developing conductive interconnect materials for photovoltaic applications.

In his new role, Keith will focus on developing screen printable inks for solar applications, including fine line, high aspect ratio printing inks and low-cost conductive grid inks for next-generation photovoltaic applications in thin-film modules.

Keith brings more than 30 years of experience formulating polymer inks, with 12 years at T-Ink as a formulation chemist and applications manager, and close to 20 years at Electro Materials Company of America (EMCA) as a formulation chemist and R&D manager. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Organic Chemistry from Wichita State University with some graduate studies in Chemistry at Pace University.


Engineered Conductive Materials, LLC (ECM) is a wholly-owned company of Engineered Materials Systems, Inc. (EMS). ECM’s technology focus is electronic circuit fabrication that compliments EMS’s circuit assembly product line. The company creates continual improvements that will guide its customers into the future.

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