mPhase names nano researcher chief scientist

Feb. 15, 2006 — Little Falls, N.J.-based mPhase Technologies Inc. (OTC: XDSL) has named its lead nanotechnology researcher Victor Lifton to the position of chief scientist. He will have a larger responsibility for the company’s emphasis on “small” technology, including its “smart” nanostructured battery and ultra-sensitive uncooled magnetometer.

Lifton joined mPhase Technologies in June, 2004 from Kulite Semiconductor Products Inc., where he was manager of semiconductor processing. Previously he was with Lucent Technologies/Bell Labs, where he was a member of technical staff in the MEMS Fabrication Research Lab.


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