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Anvil Semiconductors Ltd

To supply silicon carbide semiconductor devices at the price of silicon; enabling more efficient, cheaper, lighter, power systems.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Industrial/Energy
  • Location Coventry, England, GB
  • Currency GBP
  • Founded June 2010
  • Employees 2
  • Website anvil-semi.co.uk

Company Summary

Anvil Semiconductors spun-out from the Warwick University in 2010. It has patented technology in Silicon Carbide (SiC) that could have a disruptive effect on the multi $Bn power electronics industry by supplying power devices with the efficiency advantage of SiC for the price of Silicon. Anvil has early demonstrators in two key areas and is currently developing prototype devices with a view to licensing one and developing the other.

Team

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    Jill Shaw
    Mrs

    A highly experienced business leader with a successful track record of high tech product delivery and business development within SMEs and International Corporates. She has successfully built new business divisions, led in M&A activities and delivered high technology programmes of up to £1Bn value. Jill joined CMR Fuel Cells as COO supporting its IPO and delivering early product. She has since led other cleantech startups before joining Anvil

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    Peter Ward
    Dr

    Co-founder –Peter has had an extensive industrial career in the development and manufacturing of Silicon power and RF devices in both large organisations (STMicroelectronics and Plessey) and start-ups (Anamartic and SensL). During that time he has worked in every aspect of the industry from basic technology research, through product development, to managing RF and Power device business units.

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    Phil Mawby
    Prof

    Co-founder – UK’s leading Power Electronics academic. Phil founded the Power Electronics Applications in Energy Research Group (PEATER) at Warwick in 2005, to establish a world-class centre for research into power electronics, power semiconductor devices and applications in power systems and power conversion. Professor Mawby has built an international reputation in the area of power electronics and power device research.

Previous Investors

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    Minerva Business Angels
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    Midven
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    LPE Spa
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