Dr. Doron Myersdorf

CEO & co-founder, StoreDot


Doron is the CEO and co-founder of StoreDot. Prior to founding the company, he served as Senior Director of SanDisk SSD Business Unit (NASDAQ: SNDK), establishing and managing the division in Israel, building its product strategy, overseeing its marketing and business development, reaching sales that positioned the company as the leading laptop makers at over $100M in revenue in under 3 years.

Previously, he was VP Flash and Operations of msystems, a flash memory global leader (NASDAQ: FLSH, acquired by SanDisk, NASDAQ: SNDK), where he managed strategic sourcing of $1B annually, resulting in annual revenue of over $1.5B. Doron’s diverse record also includes founder and CEO of InnerPresence, a Silicon Valley security software company, and co-founder and VP business development of Siftology, a pioneer in interactive media search.

Earlier, as a partner at Tefen –Semiconductor Operations Management, Doron managed West Coast US operations, in charge of the design and setup of over 40 semiconductor, pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing facilities worldwide. Doron holds DSc in R&D Management, MSc in Information Systems (Cum Laude) and BSc in Industrial Engineering Management (Cum Laude), all from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.


Accelerating EV adoption with Extreme Fast Charging technology

The number one barrier for adoption of electric vehicles is the known "charginga nxiety". 

With Extreme Fast Charging - XFC technology that is enabled by Silicon Anode, the experience of the driver can be similar to fueling. The new Silicon based chemistry encompasses a holistic change in the design of the battery cell, its Anode and Cathode formulations  and corresponding ratios as well as the electrolyte composition.

In this session we will review this holistic approach to active charging rates greater than 4C that deliver "100in5" - meaning a hundred miles charged for each 5 minutes of charging.


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