COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JULY 26th, 2021 – Chris Kramer, the former President and CEO of Intermolecular Inc, has joined ATLANT 3D Nanosystems as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Mr. Kramer brings three decades of semiconductor and microelectronics experience in both the advanced process equipment and materials innovation areas to help accelerate ATLANT 3D Nanosystems’ strategic vision and engage key market players to bring ATLANT 3D technology to the market.

“I am very pleased to become a part of ATLANT as I strongly believe in this team and their breakthrough technology. ATLANT is a gamechanger for advanced material innovation, novel micro/nanodevice applications and advanced rapid and scalable manufacturing across multiple industries,” says Mr. Kramer. “Materials innovation is at the heart of performance and efficiency improvements for the 21st century and ATLANT 3D will become an integral partner to those industry leaders.”

Prior to joining ATLANT 3D, Mr. Kramer was Pesident and CEO of Intermolecular, Inc, a pioneer in advanced material innovation serving the Tier 1 players within the semiconductor and microelectronics industries. Mr. Kramer brings deep operational and commerical experience across both the equipment and materials sectors which is well suited to guide ATLANT 3D in its current stage. He held several key VP and SVP positions at Tokyo Electron, ATMI, and Entegris where Mr. Kramer led highly technical teams through numerous collaborations, product developments/commercialization in Europe, Asia, and North America.

‘We are very excited to welcome Chris in our team, highlighting the importance of our company’s next level growth for the global and US markets as well as preparing to close Series A with both European and global capital markets,’ – says Dr. Maksym Palkhotnyuk, CEO and Founder of ATLANT 3D Nanosystems.


ATLANT 3D Nanosystems is a cross-European deep tech company that developed a unique atomic layer advanced manufacturing technology (direct write ALD (Atomic Layer Deposition)) with a mission to reshape the future atom by atom and enable on-demand advanced materials development, rapid prototyping, and manufacturing of microdevices and nanodevices on Earth and Beyond. Within the short history, ATLANT 3D developed its technology, build unique expert team and very strong relations with leading global partners and collaborations with best European universities, such as SAS, DTU, FAU, TNO, SUPSI, Fraunhofer and industrial partners such as Sony, Merck, ST Microelectronics, Prima Industrie and SEMPA. By 2035, ATLANT 3D envision a future where microelectronics can be made on demand on Earth or in Space enabling radical innovation, collaboration, accelerate human progress and create a more sustainable and prosperous future.



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