Mr. Squires has over 30 years experience in advanced materials, nanotechnology and other emerging technologies. Prior to forming his present company,Stephen consulted on these fields with emphasis on applications engineering, strategic planning, commercialization and marketing. From 1983 to 2001, Mr. Squires was Founder and CEO of Aviation Composite Technologies Inc., which he grew to have over 200 employees and $20 million in revenue. ACT was merged with USDR Aerospace in 2001. In the late 1970s at McDonnell Douglas he developed and adapted advanced materials for combat aircraft applications.
He continues to pursue his lifelong interest in advanced materials, especially Tetrapod Quantum Dots and other semiconductor nanocrystals with unique nanoscale quantum features. Under his leadership, QMC has gathered or originated quantum dot technology related to unique QD synthesis, scaling of QD production, and QD printing technologies to position Quantum Materials Corp. for leadership and growth in these areas.
David Doderer has over 20 years of research & development experience in the emerging technologies of biotech and nanotech with an emphasis on exploring the properties of nanomaterials and quantum dots, and integrating them within projects. From 2006 to 2008, he managed Managing Hudler Titan LLC, a technology consulting company, specializing in advanced nanofiber filtration for gaseous streams; crowd sourcing to efficiently share and manage the information resource existing in personal experience; and a clean energy/ clean air/ clean water initiative through aggregation of retail level contributions in alternative energy based carbon offset programs. From 2002 to 2005, he served as principal investigator for USGN, a company engaged in the business of defense, safety and security solutions, where he contributed to numerous patents/patents pending & proprietary processes. Mr. Doderer's broad experience in research and development in emerging technologies and his contributions to the filings of numerous patents and proprietary processes provides invaluable experience to QMC and the Board.
Mr. Lindberg co-founded Global Geophysical Services, Inc , where he served as Chief Financial Officer from April 2005 to July 2008. During those years, Global’s revenue grew from $0 to $376 million and EBITDA to $94 million and Mr. Lindberg was instrumental in raising over $400 million in debt and $150 million in equity financing and in leading the company toward a NYSE initial public offering. He developed, implemented, and managed the corporate financial strategy and organization and led the acquisition of six businesses. From July 2008 through September 2009, he served as President and CEO of AutoSeis, Inc., a Global subsidiary. From September 2009 through June 2012, Mr. Lindberg served as Senior Vice President, Strategic Initiatives for Global Geophysical Services, Inc. Since then, Mr. Lindberg was both a FP&A and decision support consultant and also co-founded several businesses . Mr. Lindberg received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Houston and a Masters of Business Administration from Rice University where he established the Global Geophysical Scholarship for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Professor Jabbour is Canada Research Chair Tier 1 in the Electrical Engineering department at the University of Ottawa, Canada. He was the Founding Director of the Solar and Photovolatic Engineering Center, Named Professor of Materials Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering at KAUST. Dr. Jabbour was one of the founding PIs for the Flexible Display Center (FDC) at Arizona State University (ASU), the Director of Flexible and Organic Electronics Development at FDC, Director of Advanced Photovoltaics Center (ASU), and a Professor of the School of Materials (ASU). Prof. Jabbour has had many distinguished honors and awards including: 1) SPIE Fellow (youngest fellow the year of the award), 2) Fellow of European Optical Society, 3) Distinguished Professor of Finland-Academy of Finland, 4) Al-Rawabi Endowed Research Chair Professor (only one at KAUST at the time), 5) Numerous keynote, plenary, seminars, and invited talks (more than 550) at national and international scientific conferences and universities, roadmap meetings and workshops, 6) Invited to attend the dinner for the Millennium Award Ceremony (2010 and 2012) in Helsinki, Finland, 7) An MRS Symposium X speaker, and a Keynote Speaker (total 4) at the Grand Challenges of Photonics-EOS Annual Meeting, 2010-Paris, 8) Best Poster (2 posters) Award at the USA National Academy of Engineering 2006/the Japan-America Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, 9) one of four professors from the western world invited to the prestigious Nature Photonics (Solar Cells Session) sponsored Technology Conference in Japan (2010), and 10) A Guest Editor of MRS Bulletin on Organic Photovoltaics (2005). Moreover, Prof. Jabbour was the only academic invited to speak at the United States of America’s 2006 Senate Science and Technology Caucus on Advancing Energy Efficiency. Professor Jabbour has been the Chair/Co-Chair/Committee Member/Session Chair of more than 250 leading conferences. His research and development advances have been highlighted in numerous international journals, magazines and newspapers, including Chemical and Engineering News, Angewandte Chemie, Nature, Nature Photonics, Science, Scientific Reports (Nature), IEEE, Advanced Materials, MIT Technology Review, MRS Bulletin, USA Today, PC Magazine, LA Times, Boston Globe, Wired, Financial Times London, NSF website on "Technological Challenges for Flexible, Light-weight, Low-cost Scalable Electronics and Photonics", and NSF 2005 Year of Physics, to mention a few. For his research, Prof. Jabbour raised more than $250 million over the last 14 years as a PI, CoPI and/or collaborator. Prof. Jabbour is an Editor of the Light: Science & Applications (Nature Publishing Group), an Associate Editor of the IEEE Journal of Display Technology, and Guest Editor for Nanotechnology (IoP) on 3D printing special issue.