Dr. Nissan Cohen Joins Nano Dimension’s Board of Directors


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Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading supplier of Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME) and multi-dimensional polymer, metal & ceramic Additive Manufacturing (AM) 3D printers, announces the appointment of Dr. Nissan Cohen to the Board of Directors of the Company, effective immediately. Dr. Yoav Nissan-Cohen will replace Mr. Yaron Eitan, who has served on the board of Nano Dimension since March 2020 and has stepped down as Dr. Nissan-Cohen joined.

"I am very excited to join Nano Dimension's Board of Directors. The Company has a truly transformative vision for the future of manufacturing and an exceptionally qualified and professional team.  I am looking forward to helping management to turn the company's vision into a reality," commented Dr. Nissan-Cohen.

Dr. Nissan-Cohen career covers almost 40 years of scientific research, technology development, and executive management. He started as a research scientist in General Electric’s R&D Center in New York. In 1988, he joined National Semiconductor, and in 1993 he was one of the founders of Tower Semiconductor, where he served as chief executive officer, took the company public on Nasdaq, and built a $1.5 billion advanced semiconductor facility.

Dr. Nissan-Cohen was a venture partner in a large VC fund, and later served as the Chairman and chief executive officer of Amimon, a semiconductor company providing the only solution for a zero-latency wireless camera link for various medical and other video applications. Dr. Nissan-Cohen is an executive board member in Weebit, a semiconductor company developing a new class of semiconductor memory chips, and the Chairman of Visionlab, a company specializing in advanced vision-based solutions for industrial and military applications, as well as TeraCyte, a biotechnology company which developed a platform for high throughput temporal analysis of live single-cells, with breakthrough applications for research, discovery, and development of new drugs and therapies. Dr. Nissan-Cohen holds a Ph.D. degree in Physics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

Mr. Yoav Stern, Nano Dimension’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, commented: “Dr. Nissan-Cohen’s background in the semiconductor industry as well as his experience as a top executive leading smaller company to multi-billion dollars in revenue, will be highly important for Nano Dimension. We look forward to a significant contribution to our board’s ability to lead and monitor the Company’s efforts as we grow exponentially.”

Mr. Stern added: “Since early 2020, Yaron Eitan has been a strong support to the board and to the whole Company. We thank him for his loyal service during his tenure and wish him success in his new and exciting endeavors.”

 

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