Curtis Hill

Senior Materials Engineer


Mr. Curtis Hill is a Principal Investigator and Subject Matter Expert at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL.  He is the Principal Investigator for the On Demand Manufacturing Electronics Project as part of NASA’s development of In Space Manufacturing (ISM) applications. Curtis has developed a number of advanced functional materials and processes for NASA, with numerous awarded and pending patents. His research has included the development of high-performance dielectric materials for ultracapacitors and supercapacitors for energy storage and battery replacement, as well as for printed ultracapacitors.  He is responsible for leading the development of printed electronics capability on the International Space Station and beyond. He is also leading the development of plans for the manufacturing of semiconductors in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) with NASA’s In Space Applications program (InSPA).