The Solterra Leadership

Management Team
Stephen Squires - President & CEO
Stephen is the Principal Inventor and Chief Technologist for Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc., an advanced technologies innovation group. He has over 25 years experience in advanced materials and technologies. Prior to Solterra, Stephen was at McDonnell Aircraft developing and adapting advanced materials for combat aircraft applications. He was also 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. He has pursued his interest in advanced materials and more specifically Nano fibers and carbon Nanotubes, where he quickly recognized the potential of the unique quantum features these materials held.

David Doderer - VP
David has over 20 years of research and development experience in emerging technologies including biotechnology, nanotechnology and quantum physics. Most recently serving as principal investigator for USGN, he co-authored numerous patents/patents pending and proprietary processes, and managed Hudler Titan LLC, a technology consulting company.

Ghassan E. Jabbour, PhD - CSO
Selected to the Asahi Shimbun 100 New Leaders of the USA and has received the Presidential Award for Excellence from the Hariri Foundation in 1997, Dr. Jabbour's research experience encompasses flexible-roll-to-roll-electronics and displays, smart textile, moisture and oxygen barrier technology, transparent conductors, organic light emitting devices, organic and hybrid photovoltaics, organic memory storage, organic thin film transistors, combinatorial discovery of materials, nano and macro printed devices, micro and nanofabrication, biosensors, and quantum simulations of electronic materials. Dr. Jabbour attended Northern Arizona University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the University of Arizona and is an SPIE fellow. Prof. Jabbour has authored and co-authored over 300 publications, invited talks, and conference proceedings. He is the editor of several books and symposia proceedings involving organic photonics and electronics, and nanotechnology. Prof. Jabbour is the guest editor of the MRS Bulletin issue on "Organic Photovoltaics". He is the Chair and/or Co-Chair of over 50 conferences related to photonic and electronic properties of organic materials and their applications in displays and lighting, hybrid photosensitive materials, and hybrid integration of semiconducting and nanotechnology.

Cadmium selenide quantum dots