Teamwork is Essential


The NanoSpective Team

The founders of NanoSpective have collaborated on academic and industrial projects since 1994. This partnership was formalized in January of 2003 when NanoSpective was incorporated.

The management team and staff of NanoSpective have experience in both industry and academic materials science applications. Each of the three principals is a graduate of the University of Central Florida and hold advanced degrees in Materials Science, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, and Chemistry. Collectively, the scientists at NanoSpective have areas of expertise in Materials Science, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering and Chemistry.

Headquartered at the University of Central Florida’s Research Park in Orlando, FL, NanoSpective is in its 9th year of operation. In addition to NanoSpective’s internal facilities, the scientists also work with advanced characterization equipment housed in various satellite facilities including but not limited to the Materials Characterization Facility at the University of Central Florida, the Major Analytical Instrumentation Facility at the University of Florida, the Nanotechnology research and Education Center at the University of South Florida and the Analytical Instrumentation Facility at North Carolina State University. Working closely with faculty at universities around the country provides NanoSpective a nationwide network of scientific expertise.

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Technical Collaborations

Partnering with Universities

NanoSpective specializes in advanced materials characterization using state of the art scientific instruments at the universities of the Florida High Tech Corridor. We also recognize the value of interaction with professors and students within the research environment at the university level.

NanoSpective participates in the industrial affiliates program at the Univeristy of Central Florida's Materials Characterization Center (MCF), a user facility of the Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center (AMPAC). Our scientists also provide operational training and applications support to students who work at the MCF.

NanoSpective also has a collaborative arrangement with the University of Florida and the use of the instrumentation at the Major Analytical Instrumentation Center (MAIC) as well as the University of South Florida's Nanomaterials and Nanomanufacturing Research Center (NNRC).



Community Collaborations

Growing our Local Economy

NanoSpective is a client of the University of Central Florida's Technology Incubator Program. We are proud to call attention to the vital role that business incubators play in the start-up phase of technology companies.

We have also been fortunate to participate in the Advisory Board Council Program, which is an economic development program that operates within the Small Business Development Center at UCF and is funded by Orange County Government.

NanoSpective actively suppprts techPATH, an educational initiative of the Florida High Tech Corridor Council, whose mission is to attract, retain and grow high tech industry and the workforce to support it within the 23-county Florida High Tech Corridor.


    Giving back to our community

NanoSpective is dedicated to spending time mentoring students and local teachers. Our scientists take time to volunteer for initiatives that further the exploration of science and technology for the next generation.