Recent Urbix Resources Hires Paving the Way for Future Growth

Mesa-based Tech Start-Up Adds Two Very Specialized Employees

MESA, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, May 22, 2018 / — Increased customer demand and new internal scientific testing has meant that Urbix Resources has begun carefully adding to their hand-picked team.

Jillian Grass is new Application Development Engineer, based at the company’s state-of-the-art laboratory at the LaunchPoint Technology Accelorator in Mesa, Arizona.

Grass graduated from the University of Arizona in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering. Prior to graduation, Jillian worked on various projects related to graphite and ionic liquids including the development of graphene oxide coatings, expanded graphite, and large scale synthesis of multilayer graphene. Jillian has also worked on the development of metallic ionic liquids for various applications at the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences.

Fernando Gomez joined Urbix in 2016 as an intern assisting at the company’s powder mill in Hermosillo, Mexico.

Gomez graduated from The Universidad de Sonora with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering where he received an “outstanding” result on his Chemical Engineering Ceneval, the exam used to determine recent graduate proficiency in their chosen field. He now contributes to company wide quality assurance and quality control and is now active between both Urbix USA and Urbix Mexico, facilitating many different projects in addition to the management of quality control.

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CONTACT: Linda Richards, Urbix Resources
(805) 459-1550

About Urbix Resources:
Urbix Resources creates radical change in the way natural graphite is refined and commercialized, specializing in all aspects of the graphite value chain. It is a premier provider of refined graphite powders, pristine graphene, and specialty graphite products. Urbix’s advanced technology includes environmentally and cost conscious purification methods and significant intellectual property developments in a wide range of applications including proprietary li-ion battery cells, electrolyte, graphene products, cements, and other composites and energy storage technologies. The Urbix laboratory is located in Mesa, Arizona with commercial milling operations outside Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.

Linda Richards
Urbix Resources
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Source: EIN Presswire