New Quantum Nanofab Team Member: Dr. Greg Holloway
Thanks to generous funding from IQC and the CFREF-TQT program, we are pleased to announce that Greg Holloway will be joining the Quantum NanoFab team. He will be filling the role of Electron Beam Lithography Scientist starting Monday, September 5. Greg will be assuming Dr. Lino Eugene’s old position since Lino was recently promoted to the position of Nanofabrication Process Specialist/Engineer.
Greg completed his PhD under the supervision of Prof. Jonathan Baugh, so he will be a familiar face on campus. During his graduate studies, Greg developed complex nanowire-based quantum devices, and spent several hundred hours in the Quantum NanoFab cleanroom to fabricate and refine them. Electron beam lithography was an important part of his research, so he has a substantial amount of experience and expertise on EBL processes.
Greg’s experience will be an excellent addition to our growing team. He will work under the leadership of Dr. Nathan Nelson-Fitzpatrick whose role formally expanded earlier this year to include the management of nanofabrication process technology development and maintenance for all lab equipment located in the Quantum NanoFab.
Please join Nathan and I in giving Greg a warm welcome. Thank you.