Gregory F. Weber is a retired, part time Principal Research Advisor at the EERC, where he provides technical support to EERC staff members in a broad range of research areas as well as technical facilities support. Mr. Weber provides technical assistance to project management, design, operations, and shop personnel as necessary. In addition, he supports and participates in a broad range of technical areas, including emission control, combustion, gasification, and materials handling as well as key business development opportunities for the EERC. Mr. Weber’s primary areas of interest and expertise are focused on the management of technology development projects. His current priority is supporting the Gas Technology Institute (GTI), with the development of a high-pressure dry solids feed system. Prior to 2020, Mr. Weber held various positions (Assistant Director, Director, Senior Research Advisor, Senior Research Manager, and Research Supervisor) at the EERC. As a result, Mr. Weber has had responsibility for administrative and technical management and review of projects related to emission control (particulate NOx, SO2, and air toxics) for conventional as well as advanced power systems and pilot-scale research and development activities related to combustion, gasification, fuel reforming, and chemical process technology for nearly 40 years. Mr. Weber received his B.A. degree in Chemistry from Dickinson State College and his M.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from UND.