This week's Graphene-info personal interview features Grafen's founder, Ibrahim Mutlay. If you wish to be featured, contact us here.

  • Ibrahim Mutlay, founder of Grafen Chemical Industries Co.:  I’m in carbon nanomaterial technology over ten years and still seeking but exciting to find new commercial applications. 
  • What was the last book you read? The Picture Book of Quantum Mechanics by Siegmund Brandt & Hans Dieter Dahmen (don’t ask why!).
  • And the last movie you saw? Interstellar and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
  • Tell us a couple of things you have on your desk at work: Two computers, one of for Ubuntu which is always active to calculate something, external drives, some reference books, some notebooks, one copy of “Nanotoxicology and Nanosafety Guide” printed by our company…
  • What’s your favorite food?  Unfortunately almost the entire Turkish cuisine!
  • What was your latest travel destination?  Antalya, the central city of the Turkish Riviera
  • What was the last music CD you listened to?  Guy Pearce: Broken Bones.
  • What is the object you'd most like to 3D print?: I think it would be Ikea furniture. 
  • Who would you most like to sit next to on a long flight? (dead or alive): Anyone who is nice in conversation.
  • What are you most excited about regarding Graphene? We are still in the first stage of the development, when all the potential will come true, sooner or later, it will open the era of next generation materials. Its nearest impact will be in two extreme of the scale, either bulk composite materials or the devices for computing. 
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