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Dr. John Everett
Deputy Director, Information Innovation Office
Dr. John Everett is the deputy director of DARPA's Information Innovation Office (I2O). More
Michael L. Fazen
Special Assistant to the DARPA Director/Army Operational Liaison, Director's Office
Colonel Michael Fazen joined DARPA in 2018 as the special assistant to the director and U.S. Army operational liaison. Previously, he served as the U.S. Africa Command J65 Enterprise Service Manager in Stuttgart, Germany. More
Program Manager, Defense Sciences Office
Dr. Michael Fiddy joined DARPA as a program manager in the Defense Sciences Office in September 2016. His current interests include fundamental studies of wave-matter interactions from RF to visible light frequencies. Advancing scattering and inverse scattering methods for multiple scattering media leads to new imaging techniques and tools to synthesize 2-D and 3-D materials and structures, including those with sub-wavelength features. More
Program Manager, Defense Sciences Office
Dr. Anne Fischer joined DARPA as a program manager in the Defense Sciences Office (DSO) in January 2017. Trained as a chemist, Dr. Fischer is interested in pursuing creative applications of chemical approaches, methods, and tools to advance a wide range of technologies. More
Program Manager, Strategic Technology Office
Mr. Neil Fox joined DARPA in April 2017 as a program manager in the Strategic Technology Office (STO). His technical specialty areas include secure wireless communications, distributed systems, electronic warfare, specialized radar, PNT, and cyber physical systems. More
Program Manager, Information Innovation Office
Mr. Dustin Fraze joined DARPA in January 2017 to develop, execute, and transition programs in cyberspace operations automation. More
Program Manager, Strategic Technology Office
Dr. Jim Galambos joined DARPA in January 2015 as program manager in the Strategic Technology Office. He has a background in unmanned systems, undersea power/energy and weapon systems. His research interests include expanding combat capability through combining manned and unmanned systems. Relevant technologies include autonomy, undersea communications, unmanned vehicles, maritime power and energy systems, heterogeneous networking and the modeling and simulation of such systems. More
Program Manager, Biological Technologies Office
Dr. Justin Gallivan joined the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency in January 2014. He is interested in many facets of synthetic biology, including engineering microbial communities to produce small molecules or to prevent disease, and reprogramming multicellular organisms to perform complex tasks. More