Director, ARPA-E Innovative Materials & Processes for Advanced Carbon Capture Technologies program - ARPA-E
Mark Hartney leads ARPA-E’s Innovative Materials & Processes for Advanced Carbon Capture Technologies program.
Prior to joining ARPA-E, Hartney served as the Chief Technical Officer for FlexTech, an industry-government partnership focused on research and development for flexible electronics including displays, photovoltaics and OLED lighting. While at FlexTech, he also founded and served as the managing director for the 3D@Home Consortium. Hartney previously worked at Silicon Image, a semiconductor manufacturer in a variety of technical, marketing and business development roles, and at dpiX, a display and sensor manufacturing company in similar roles.
Hartney worked in a variety of positions in Washington, D.C. executing federal policy and managed projects on both semiconductor manufacturing and displays, at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy. Hartney also previously held research and development positions at MIT Lincoln Labs and AT&T Bell Labs.
Hartney earned his B.S. and M.S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his doctoral degree at University of California at Berkeley, all in chemical engineering. He has over 60 technical publications, 100 conference presentations and four issued patents.