Senior Fellow, Materials and Electronic Technologies
Brian R. Stoner, PhD, expert in materials and electronic technologies, directs research activities related to biomedical materials and devices, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)-based sensors, and photonics. Before joining RTI, Dr. Stoner was a senior scientist for Kobe Steel USA's Electronic Materials Center, researching plasma processing of thin-film microelectronic materials. At RTI, he currently manages research programs for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Army Research Office, the National Science Foundation, and the National Institutes of Health. Stoner also is an adjunct professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University and a member of the Curriculum in Applied Sciences and Engineering at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he conducts research on biomaterials, nanostructured materials, and related devices. His RTI Fellow's research will center on cultivating strategic university and corporate partnerships in the area of biomedical materials and devices. He holds 22 U.S. patents related to novel microelectronic materials and systems, and has authored or co-authored two book chapters and more than 100 publications.
PhD, Materials Science, North Carolina State University; MS, Materials Science, University of Virginia; BS, Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia.
Stoner, B.R., Griggs, J.A., Neidigh, J., & Piascik, J.R. (Sep 2013)
Chan, R.N., Stoner, B.R., Thompson, J.Y., Scattergood, R.O., & Piascik, J.R. (Aug 2013)
Natishan, P.M., O'Grady, W.E., Martin, F.J., Hagans, P.L., Martin, H., & Stoner, B.R. (May 2013)
Chen, Z., Kang, P., Zhang, M.-.T., Stoner, B.R., & Meyer, T.J. (Jan 2013)
Madison, A.C., Parker, C.B., Glass, J.T., & Stoner, B.R. (Oct 2012)
- November 19, 2013
RTI International receives additional funding from Gates Foundation to advance toilet reinvention
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