Hany Eitouni, Ph.D. is the Vice President of Materials and Process at Holo, Inc., where he runs materials development for current and next generation systems as well as process development for Holo’s novel additive manufacturing technology. Hany has spent the last 20 years working on materials related challenges and introducing novel materials into leading edge applications. Prior to Holo, Hany was a co-founder, CTO, and VP of Advanced Engineering at Seeo, Inc. where he led R&D on advanced polymer electrolytes and batteries and pushed the technology through to pilot production, while also establishing a Chinese subsidiary with over 1-ton annual capacity of electrolyte production. Seeo was acquired by Robert Bosch, where the solid-state battery technology was transferred for automotive applications and testing. Hany has authored 7 technical journal articles and 1 book chapter, holds 49 issued US patents with corresponding international filings, and has more than 50 pending patent applications. A graduate from UC Berkeley, he holds a Ph.D. in chemical engineering. Outside of work, Hany has been an avid home wine maker for 15 years, enjoys grinding and polishing mirrors for telescopes, and spends his free time repairing mechanical watches and building clocks.