Grzegorz (Greg) Hader is a mechanical engineer at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Armaments Center (AC), located at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ. Mr. Hader graduated with his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 2002. He holds a Master of Engineering, Electrical, from Stevens Institute of Technology and is a PhD Candidate in the Interdisciplinary Track, with both the Physics and Engineering Physics and Mechanical Engineering Departments, in the Nanotechnology concentration. Mr. Hader was recruited in 2002 by DEVCOM-AC, where he joined the Fuze and Precision Armaments Directorate (FPAD), conducting research and development of high-G gun launched micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) based Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) for precision guided munitions. As a key design engineer for the high-g gun launched 155mm Soft Catch System, Greg would go on to become the Project Officer, leading a team in the development of the Soft Catch System, achieving Initial Operational Capability (IOC) in August 2007. He is recognized as a subject matter expert in soft catch technologies, and continues to increase the capability of this World Class Facility, advancing precision guided munitions for the DOD and its contractors, Joint Services, and International partners. Mr. Hader continues investigations of advanced inertial sensors for precision guided munitions, by exploiting the unique properties of two-dimensional (2D) materials for inertial sensing beyond silicon MEMS. He is the three-time recipient of the DEVCOM-AC Junior Science Fellowship and has been awarded multiple In-house Laboratory Independent Research (ILIR) grants in pursuit of novel graphene synthesis methods and Nano-scaled inertial sensor platforms. Mr. Hader is an Editor of the textbook, "Synthesis, Modeling, and Characterization of 2D Materials and Their Heterostructures," in the Elsevier Micro and Nano Technologies Series and chapter author, "Synthesis of Graphene." Mr. Hader is highly active in peer reviews of open journal publications including IEEE Sensors, ASME, Journal of Energetic Materials, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters, Nature Scientific Reports, Nano-Structures and Nano-Objects, and MDPI Sensors. He holds memberships with ASME, IEEE, MRS, ION, and ARRL and currently serves as the MEMS Division Track 13, Micro and Nano-Systems Engineering and Packaging, Co-Chair for the 2021 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE). He is a member of the IEEE Sensors Council and Aerospace Electronic Systems Society, supporting the Gyroscope and Accelerometer Panel (GAP), responsible for updating and maintaining inertial based IEEE standards. Areas of research include numerical modeling, Nano-fabrication, and Nano-characterization of both MEMS and NEMS sensors and flexible devices utilizing 1D and 2D materials.