Chief Scientist Laurent Zinck and Chief Engineer Markus Borck join the Board; Chairman Alan Greenshields and Non-Executive Director John Wells step down.
Innolith AG is pleased to announce changes to its board of directors. Chief Scientist Laurent Zinck and Chief Engineer Markus Borck are elected to the Board, while Chairman Alan Greenshields and Non-Executive Director John Wells have stepped down.
“We are delighted to welcome Laurent Zinck and Markus Borck to the Board, with the prodigious battery knowledge and expertise that they bring,” says Konstantin Solodovnikov, CEO and Chairman of Innolith AG. “We would also like to thank Alan Greenshields and John Wells for their contribution to the evolution of the company.”
Laurent Zinck joins the Innolith Board having led the company’s research and development programmes since its formation, as Chief Scientist. He is also joint Managing Director of Innolith Science & Technology GmbH, Innolith’s research and development subsidiary in Germany, and has invented numerous patented technologies. Zinck has over 20 years of experience in research and development of lithium batteries, and is the specialist for inorganic liquid electrolyte systems for rechargeable lithium batteries.
Markus Borck joins the Board having served as Innolith’s Chief Engineer since the formation of the company, a role in which he has overseen the engineering, product development and test centre of Innolith’s cell and battery systems. He is joint Managing Director of Innolith Science & Technology GmbH, Innolith’s research and development subsidiary in Germany. With over 20 years of experience in battery engineering, Borck has extensive knowledge of battery testing, cell design and application-related evaluation for a wide range of rechargeable lithium battery use-cases. He successfully applies his knowledge to the transfer of research results into technical solutions, such as the recently completed demonstration project for grid-connected energy storage.