Jennifer Hoyt Lalli

President at NanoSonic Inc

158 Wheatland Drive Wheatland EcoPark, Pembroke, Virginia, United States
NanoSonic Inc
HQ Phone:
(540) 626-6266
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Last Updated 9/29/2017

General Information

Employment History

Partnering  - Lockheed Martin Corporation

Primary Developer  - Metal Rubber Corp


Ph. D.  - polymer chemistry , Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Ph.D.  - Polymer Chemistry , Virginia Tech.

bachelor's degree  - chemistry , Penn State

master  - chemistry , Virginia Tech


Board Member  - Giles County Technology Center

Polymer Chemist  - Avery Dennison Corporation

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Jennifer Lalli PhD
Jennifer Lalli Chief Technology Officer Jennifer Lalli received her Ph.D. in polymer chemistry and worked as a polymer research chemist at Avery Dennison prior to joining NanoSonic in 2002.

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Dr. Jennifer Hoyt Lalli is obtaining her Ph. D. in polymer chemistry from Virginia Tech in 2002.
She received her M.S. in polymer chemistry from the polymer synthesis and nanocomposite research group of Dr. Judy Riffle at Virginia Tech in 1999, and her B.S. from Penn State in chemistry in 1996. The emphasis of her academic and former industrial career has been on the design, synthesis, and characterization of functionalized polysiloxane networks as thermally conductive adhesive materials. Prior to her education at Virginia Tech, she pursued her polymer science career at Avery Dennison, Chemical Div., Mill Hall, Pa., for 2 years. Her work at Avery Dennison first focused on the design, synthesis and characterization of emulsion polymerizations for pressure sensitive adhesive materials (PSAs). She also implemented the development and testing of PSAs for ISO 9001.

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Jennifer Lalli
President Jennifer Lalli received her Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry from Virginia Tech. She worked as a polymer chemist at Avery Dennison prior to joining NanoSonic in 2002. At NanoSonic, Dr. Lalli led the research group that first demonstrated Metal Rubber™ in 2004, and later, Shape Memory MR, and Thoraeus Rubber shielding materials. She currently directs the design and synthesis for the production of new and innovative low H2 permeable nanocomposites for zero emission vehicles and space systems. As President, she oversees NanoSonic's ventures with new partners and economic growth within Giles County.

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