breakthroughs by design
Dr. Robert P. Meagley
CEO/CTO, our "Mad Scientist"
Rob Meagley is an inventor, scientist and artist with interests
in processes and materials for nano-, bio- and MEMS technology. He
founded ONE Nanotechnologies, LLC, in August of 2007 to create and
market proprietary technology for the detection and characterization of
biomarkers, and chemical agents as well as to provide consulting
services to the nanotechnology, MEMS and biotechnology communities. In
late 2007 success in size/shape selection of proteins by inorganic
surface was followed by success in 2008 with selective films for
chemical sensors. Both programs have led to the development of new
deposition technology. These biomarker characterization, chemical agent
detection and film deposition technologies are reflected strongly in
ONE Nano’s IP Portfolio.
Rob holds a BS from the University of Maryland, College Park (89) and Ph.D. from the University of Delaware (’96) in pharmaceutical synthesis and was a post doctoral fellow at Cornell University (96) the University of California, Berkeley (97). He joined Intel Corporation in 1998, starting with a brief stint in the CMP materials Group, then in the Lithography Materials Group in 1998 (with another brief stint in the Commodity Chemicals Group in 2002), and became the Litho Materials Group's manager in early 2003. In August of 2004 he was named Intel's Researcher-in-Residence at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and served there for 3 years as Intel’s Principle Investigator and Engineering Manager. The team, Molecules for Advanced Patterning (MAP), was focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of advanced lithography materials.
He also helped to found three environmental health & safety teams centered on new chemical approval and review, training and nanomaterials. There were several Intel Sponsored Research Programs that he helped to create and mentor at other institutions including: the University of Wisconsin, Madison, the University of Texas, Austin, the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, the University of Delaware, Newark, Cornell University, NIST and the Institute of Microelectronics (IMEL), NCSR “Demokritos”, Attiki, Greece. He advised the International Sematech Resist Advisory Group (RAG, 2000-2004) & Arch Interface (2001-2002), and the University of Wisconsin, Madison Nano-Science and Engineering Center (http://www.nsec.wisc.edu/) (2002-2009). In December of 2010 he became Senior Research Fellow at the Foresight Institute.
Rob was awarded the University of Delaware's Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement in 2005 and earned numerous corporate awards at Intel, including 2 for Environmental Excellence and holds 42 US patents (so far). He has published and lectured extensively on materials science and chemistry. His research interests include: bio- and nanotechnology, nanostructured materials, pre-organization and self-assembly phenomena, however he also continues to be active in health and safety matters as well, particularly as applied to nanomaterials, VOCs and environmental plastic waste.
Rob is also a prolific artist, in 2D (and occasionally 3D mixed media. He minored in print making at the University of Maryland and studied with Tadeusz Lapinski
Jacob received his MA in mathematics from San Francisco State
University in 2012 where he specialized in number theory. He now
works as a Data Scientist for InsideNetwork, and is a consultant for
ONE Nano. He has presented to several major conferences including
the Numbers Conference at the University of Illinois and the Integers
Conference at the University of West Georgia.
Sri Nagalla, MD: co-founder of Diabetomics, co-founder ProteoGenix Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Cell and Developmental Biology, Oregon Heath Science University School of Medicine, Director of the Center for Biomarker Discovery Doernbecher Children's Hospital Portland.
Prof. Paul F. Nealey: Dugan Professor in Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago.
Prof. Ara Philipossian: Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Michael Rattner: a partner at AdvancedMEMS of San Francisco, Michael was a Visiting Scientist in my group at Lawrence Berkeley National Labs where he studied mass spectroscopic analysis of nanolithographic materials, the preparation of VUV/EUV transparent nanocomposites, and SEM characterization of lithographic materials performance. Michael has been awarded 6 patents and has 9 patents pending in the field of MEMS processing and equipment. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University (1998) and a Masters of Engineering in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in MEMS from Cornell University (2000).