Operations and Technology Programs
Dan Holladay is the Executive Director of the international Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Research with responsibility for the technology and program development of this “industry-directed” center across several nanoelectronics and semiconductor based emerging technology fields. Technology platforms include the development and integration of advanced materials (III-Vs and other novel materials) for universal smart sensors, imagers, photonics, RF, and power devices – both monolithically and 2.5D / 3-D integration.
Before joining ICAMR, Holladay worked at SEMATECH for 20 years in management and director positions for the international consortium’s industry-led technology development programs. Dan was the Director of Advanced Technologies for SEMATECH’s national and international emerging technology initiatives (including advanced energy), led the formation of the U.S. PV Manufacturing Consortium, and was the executive lead for Department of Energy programs and U.S. federal relationships. From 2000 to 2008 he served as the Associate Director and Director of Operations for SEMATECH’s advanced R&D lab/fab.
Prior to SEMATECH, Holladay worked 12 years at Honeywell/Atmel in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and five years at Mostek Corp.’s R&D lab in Carrollton, Texas. He also served four years in the Air Force, working in a top secret electronic career field.
Holladay has spent over 35 years in the semiconductor industry, equally split between manufacturing and R&D. With extensive experience managing research programs, process-engineering, and fab operations groups.