Dr. Brian Holloway joined DARPA as a program manager in 2009. His interests focus on creating new capabilities for the warfighter via improvement of critical materials-based limitations.
Prior to joining DARPA, Dr. Holloway established the Nano-Materials Research Group within the Technology Development Division of Luna Innovations Incorporated in order to apply innovative nano-materials solutions to significant problems across the government and private sector business space. From 1998 to 2006, Dr. Holloway was a faculty member in the Applied Science Department at the College of William & Mary, most recently as the Arts and Science Distinguished Associate Professor (with tenure). Prior to joining the faculty at William & Mary, he served in the office of Senator John. D. Rockefeller (WV) first as a MRS/OSA Congressional Fellow and, then as a Legislative Assistant.
Dr. Holloway received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering (Highest Honors) in 1992 from the University of Florida and a Master of Science (1993) and Doctor of Philosophy (1997) in mechanical engineering with a materials science minor from Stanford University. He is a named inventor on multiple U.S. patents, has authored more than 40 articles in peer-reviewed technical publications, and presented his work in more than 30 invited talks.
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