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Phillip A. Parrish

Associate Vice President for Research

University of Virginia

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University of Virginia

580 Massie Road

Charlottesville, Virginia,22903

United States

Company Description

The University of Virginia will unveil its new world-class squash facility on Sept. 19, and the sport's elite ranks have begun lining up to offer their seals of approval. The $12.4 million McArthur Squash Center at the Boar's Head Sports Club opened its door... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Program Manager for Materials Science

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency


Affiliations

UT-Battelle LLC

UVA Member On the Board of Governors


UVA Foundation

Board Member


Education

B.S. Degree

Materials Engineering

University of Florida


M.S. degree

Materials Engineering

University of Florida


Ph.D.

Materials Engineering

University of Florida


Web References(13 Total References)


www.vaeec.org

Phil Parrish, University of Virginia
Dr. Phillip (Phil) Parrish is an Associate Vice President for Research and a Principal Scientist in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at UVA. Dr. Parrish has a strong background in research management in academia, government and industry. As Associate VP Research, he is responsible for pan-university research institutes in nanoscience technology and research (nanoSTAR), the UVa Energy Leadership Group, the initiative in Energy Systems Prototyping, Research, Innovation and Translation (ESPRIT), and the VPR Office's Latin America inititative, each of which brings together faculty and students from across the University for interdisciplinary research, education, innovation and service. He represents the university with Department of Energy National Laboratories, including Oak Ridge National Lab and the Jefferson Lab. Dr. Parrish is Principal Investigator for the Partnership for Energy Efficient, Affordable Housing Systems funded by the Virginia Tobacco Commission, and is involved in DARPA and ONR funded research in periodic cellular materials for protection from blast and ballistic protection, thermal barrier coatings for advanced aircraft engines, and materials for spintronic devices. Previously, Dr. Parrish served as Program Manager for Materials Science at DARPA, and at ONR Global-London, he served as the Associate Director for Materials Science, with overall responsibility for the ONR international program in Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials; at DARPA, he was the Program Manager for the initiative in Intelligent Processing of Materials. Prior to joining UVa, Dr. Parrish was Vice President for Advanced Manufacturing Science at BDM, Inc., and President of MATSYS, Inc., a small business start-up in manufacturing controls sensing and software.


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Q&A with Dr. Phil Parrish
Dr. Phil Parrish Dr. Phil Parrish is Associate Vice President for Research at the University of Virginia. In his current role he is responsible for pan-university research institutes in nanoscience technology and research (nanoSTAR), the UVA Institute on Aging, the UVA Energy Leadership Group and serves as the UVA member on the Board of Governors of UT-Battelle LLC, the managing contractor of Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is also Principal Scientist and Director of the Intelligent Processing of Materials Laboratory in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Dr. Parrish holds a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from the University of Florida, where he also earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Materials Engineering. Prior to joining UVA, Dr. Parrish worked in government and private industry in the advanced materials and manufacturing sectors. Question: How did you first learn about the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center, and what were your initial impressions? Dr. Parrish: I've gained a knowledge of the SVHEC and the region over the past couple of years through interactions with the Halifax Industrial Development Authority, Riverstone and the SVHEC. Dr. Parrish: I find that the kinds of research and innovation going on at UVA link very well with the interests of the people in Halifax & Southside Virginia, the SVHEC, and Riverstone.


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Phillip A. Parrish, Interim Vice President for Research


www.svhed.org [cached]

Q&A with Dr. Phil Parrish
Dr. Phil Parrish Dr. Phil Parrish is Associate Vice President for Research at the University of Virginia. In his current role he is responsible for pan-university research institutes in nanoscience technology and research (nanoSTAR), the UVA Institute on Aging, the UVA Energy Leadership Group and serves as the UVA member on the Board of Governors of UT-Battelle LLC, the managing contractor of Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is also Principal Scientist and Director of the Intelligent Processing of Materials Laboratory in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Dr. Parrish holds a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from the University of Florida, where he also earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Materials Engineering. Prior to joining UVA, Dr. Parrish worked in government and private industry in the advanced materials and manufacturing sectors. Question: How did you first learn about the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center, and what were your initial impressions? Dr. Parrish: I've gained a knowledge of the SVHEC and the region over the past couple of years through interactions with the Halifax Industrial Development Authority, Riverstone and the SVHEC. Dr. Parrish: I find that the kinds of research and innovation going on at UVA link very well with the interests of the people in Halifax & Southside Virginia, the SVHEC, and Riverstone.


www.svhed.org [cached]

Q&A with Dr. Phil Parrish
Dr. Phil Parrish Dr. Phil Parrish is Associate Vice President for Research at the University of Virginia. In his current role he is responsible for pan-university research institutes in nanoscience technology and research (nanoSTAR), the UVA Institute on Aging, the UVA Energy Leadership Group and serves as the UVA member on the Board of Governors of UT-Battelle LLC, the managing contractor of Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is also Principal Scientist and Director of the Intelligent Processing of Materials Laboratory in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Dr. Parrish holds a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from the University of Florida, where he also earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Materials Engineering. Prior to joining UVA, Dr. Parrish worked in government and private industry in the advanced materials and manufacturing sectors. Question: How did you first learn about the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center, and what were your initial impressions? Dr. Parrish: I've gained a knowledge of the SVHEC and the region over the past couple of years through interactions with the Halifax Industrial Development Authority, Riverstone and the SVHEC. Dr. Parrish: I find that the kinds of research and innovation going on at UVA link very well with the interests of the people in Halifax & Southside Virginia, the SVHEC, and Riverstone.


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