Matthew L. Johnston is MILSPRAY’s Senior Director, R&D and has over a decade of specialty polymer development for US Military and commercial applications. Mr. Johnston is a Subject Matter Expert in Chemical Agent Resistant Coatings (CARC) and waterborne CARC coatings development.
During his career at MILSPRAY™, he has served as the Principal Investigator (PI) for the development of the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) Contract W911NF-09-02-0001 Multi-functional Stealth Coatings; PI for MILSPRAY’s new Ballistic Resistant System™ (BRS™) for police vehicles; PI for the development of energy-dissipative ballistic mitigation polymer systems; and PI for the development of optically clear energy-deflective ballistic polymer systems. Mr. Johnston has also gained multiple patents for MILSPRAY’s touch-up paint systems as well as patents for developing a new category of touch-up paint application systems.
Mr. Johnston’s previous experience includes serving as the PI for the development of a multi-stage cured Radar Absorbing Material (RAM) for stealth aircrafts; development of direct-to-metal locomotive coatings; formulations of urethane and epoxy coatings; and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) chemical characterization of World Trade Center dust and debris following the 9/11 World Trade Center disaster which is now known as World Trade Center Dust.
Mr. Johnston will be speaking at Monmouth University’s Career Choices Roundtable on Tuesday – February 9, 2016 at 6:15-9:00pm located in Magill Commons at Monmouth University.