Guerino, received his undergraduate followed by a Ph.D. (1986) at McGill University in synthetic organic chemistry. He then joined the Xerox Research Centre of Canada in 1987, and is currently a Xerox Research Fellow, as well as Adjunct Professor at both McMaster and Ryerson University. In his 29-year career at Xerox, Guerino has developed numerous novel functional polymers for both inkjet and xerographic applications. He has authored over 225 patents for Xerox, and acquired a Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma. He is currently committed to integrate the principles of green chemistry & engineering into the design and manufacturing of novel materials.
Nan-Xing oversees the R&D activities of the Xerographic Consumables Program. He supervises Ph.D. students from McMaster University who are conducting materials research for printed electronics applications. Nan-Xing is a member of the IntelliPACK Leadership Council, a joint council between Canadian Printable Industry Association (CPEIA) and Packaging Consortium (PAC). He is a named inventor on over 200 U.S. patents and has 60 publications. He received the Anne Mulcahy Award in 2010 for excellence in innovation. Nan-Xing received his Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Hiroshima University (Japan). He joined Xerox in 1994.