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Assistant Vice President for Clean Energy Programs
- Assistant Vice President for Clean Energy Programs, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, 2012-Present
- Vice Chairman, Board of Directors, Clean Energy Alliance, 2011-Present
- Innovation Leader, iCLEAN, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, 2011-2012
- Co-Founder, MICROrganic Technologies Inc., 2010-2011
- Research Support Specialist, E2TAC, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, 2010-2011
- Research Assistant, E2TAC, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, 2008-2010
- MBA, University at Albany, 2011
- B.S., Finance and Management, University at Albany, 2009
- U. Pillai, N. Querques, P. Haldar. The U.S. Photovoltaic Manufacturing Consortium – Lessons Learned from the Semiconductor Industry. InterPV Magazine, January 2012, 28-30.
- N. Querques, U. Pillai, P. Haldar. Venture Capital Investment into Thin Film Solar Photovoltaics – Where is it Going and Why? (2009) Nanotechnology Law & Business, 6(3) 408-414.
Responsibilities at CNSE:
As Assistant Vice President for Clean Energy Programs, Mr. Querques is responsible for overseeing commercialization activities for start-up and partner companies of iCLEAN, the energy and nanotechnology incubator at CNSE, as well as providing technical and business development support services including business and marketing plan development, facilitating relationships between clients and investors, and matching clients with the technical resources and capabilities they need to commercialize nanotechnology-enabled clean energy technologies. Mr. Querques is also responsible for managing innovation and entrepreneurship programs at CNSE including the New York State Business Plan Competition, New Energy Symposium, and Tech Valley Innovation Pipeline.