CEO and Director
Tadeu Carneiro was formerly the CEO of CBMM (world’s largest producer of niobium) since 2008. His career includes 30 years at CBMM and 40 years dedicated to niobium technology and its applications. Tadeu is a board member at SBSHSL Hospital in Brazil and Sigma Lithium in Canada.
Ingo Wender is founder and president of Terrativa Minerais, a Brazil-based mining venture company and founded Advanced Potash Technologies. He previously developed an iron ore project in Minas Gerais, Brazil, which sold in 2011 to investors including OTPP, KIC, Southeastern Asset Management and EIG.
Rich Bradshaw, PhD
Director of Operations
Rich Bradshaw leads the development team at Boston Metal and manages company operations. He brings a broad experience base from several industries: Director of Fluid Power Systems (SustainX), Senior R&D Engineer (GMZ Energy), Lead R&D Engineer (Fluid Power Products), and Space Systems Engineer (Draper Labs).
Adam Rauwerdink, PhD
Director of Strategy and New Ventures
Adam Rauwerdink leads the business development and market research team at Boston Metal. He brings global business development and finance experience from the energy industry: VP of Business Development (SustainX) and Director Sales Engineering (Vionx).
Senior Process Engineer
Matthew Humbert is lead designer of the Boston Metal cells and has been with Boston Metal since its founding. He brings broad industry experience in foundry operations, refractory development, and heat/mass transfer modeling. Matt received an MS from MIT in conjunction with Tiffany & Co. Prior to MIT, Matt worked for Schlumberger.
Guillaume Lambotte, PhD
Senior R&D Scientist
Guillaume Lambotte leads design of all MOE campaigns and is an expert in computational thermodynamics. He was previously a production manager in the aluminum industry with Alcan. Guillaume received his PhD in Metallurgical Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal and completed an MIT postdoc related to MOE.
Antoine Allanore, PhD
Antoine Allanore is Associate Professor of Metallurgy at MIT. Prior to MIT, he was with Arcelor Mittal focused on iron production with electrolysis as part of the Ultra-low CO2 Steelmaking (ULCOS) consortium. He is a materials and chemistry leader and innovator who developed the first low-cost inert anode for the MOE.
Donald R. Sadoway, PhD
Technical Advisor and Director
Donald R. Sadoway is the John F. Elliott Professor of Materials Chemistry at MIT and a recognized educator, materials scientist, and entrepreneur. He is the inventor of the molten oxide Electrolysis technology, as well as several other inventions. Donald was honored by Time Magazine in 2012 as one of the 100 most influential people in the world for his work on developing the Liquid Metal Battery, and can be seen discussing this work in his TED Talk. His is also co-founder of Ambri, a company developing grid-level storage.
Boston Metal is always on the lookout to add experts to our growing team.
Our company is pursuing opportunities in collaboration with universities and research institutions. We also welcome discussions about establishing institutional partnerships, training programs, and government-led projects.
To discuss how we could work together, you can contact our human resources department firstname.lastname@example.org.