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Jessica
Claire
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Summary
Certified and self-motivated chemical engineer with extensive laboratory analysis experience. Trained to research, analyze data, design experiments, solve problems and draw solid conclusions. Proficiency in engineering calculations. Passion for developing environmental projects to reduce the impact of development. Work well independently and part of a team.
Highlights
  • MS Office(Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Written/Verbal Communication
  • Collaborative Development
  • Technical Report Writing
  • Organization/Analytical Skills
  • Material Characterization
  • Research & Development
  • Data Collection & Interpretation
  • AutoCAD
  • Common software application knowledge
  • Demonstrated organizational/planning skills
  • Problem-solving and analysis skills
  • Technical writing skills
  • Fluid dynamics
  • Data analysis and statistics
Education
OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY Corvallis, OR Expected in 2014 Master of Science : Chemical Engineering - GPA : Laurels Block Grant Scholarship Recipient, Perry Swanson Memorial Fellowship Endowment Recipient
[Name] Academic Achievement Award Chemical Engineering Laurels Block Grant Scholarship Recipient, Perry Swanson Memorial Fellowship Endowment Recipient
Coursework in [Course Name]
CHANG GUNG UNIVERSITY Taoyuan, Expected in 2010 Bachelor of Science : Chemical & Material Engineering - GPA : Chemical & Material Engineering
, Expected in Safety and Chemical Engineering Education Certificate Program, SAChE and AlChE, November 2015 Engineer-in-Training (Claire), State of California, September 2015 (Certificate No. Claire156316) : - GPA :
Accomplishments
  • Oregon State University Corvallis, OR 2012 - 2014 Graduate Student, Thesis Research Project Explored promising methods to characterize the hydrophobicity of nanoparticles after determining that the efficacy of traditional methods was limited by the dynamic nature of nanoparticles.
  • Experimental Design.
  • Developed Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography (HIC) and dye adsorption as potential alternatives for measuring the hydrophobicity of nanoparticles, despite limited existing literature.
  • Material Characterization.
  • Established critical parameters to drive process development and ensure feasibility to run under Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) and UV-Vis Spectroscopy.
  • Data Analysis.
  • Solved complex mathematics with MATLAB and statistical analyzed with SigmaPlot one-way ANOVA.
  • Result-Driven.
  • HIC can measure the hydrophobicity of simple nanoparticles; Dye adsorption can show a continuum from the hydrophobicity to hydrophilicity and quantify the hydrophobicity of nanoparticles.
  • Maxigen Biotech Inc.
  • Taipei, Taiwan 2011 Cosmetic R&D Laboratory Assistant Collaborated with a team of five product developers by performing a variety of organizational tasks.
  • Laboratory Work.
  • Inspected 200+ raw materials, maintained inventory, organized digital documents and took the initiative to improve laboratory organization by categorizing expired samples that were previously unorganized.
  • Quality Assurance.
  • Increased production efficiency by modeling and evaluating product stabilities that might change in varying temperature or shipping conditions.
  • Documentation.
  • Facilitated customer service by creating detailed ingredient lists, including the largest healthcare retailer in Taiwan - Watson.
  • Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan (ITRI) Hsinchu, Taiwan 2009 Research Intern Development of exfoliation processes for Preparing Graphene Nanosheets.
  • Process Improvement.
  • Exfoliated graphite with chemical oxidation; Detected the structure with XRD and TEM.
  • Result-Driven.
  • Expanded 13%-layer distance of Graphene to promote 80% speed charge and discharge of Lithium ions; the results were published in the Material Journals of Taiwan.
Experience
Jones Lange Lasalle Inc. - Graduate Student
Burnsville, MN, 08/2012 - 2014
Explored promising methods to characterize the hydrophobicity of nanoparticles after determining that the efficacy of traditional methods was limited by the dynamic nature of nanoparticles. ·     Experimental Design. Developed Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography (HIC) and dye adsorption as potential alternatives for measuring the hydrophobicity of nanoparticles, despite limited existing literature. ·     Material Characterization. Established critical parameters to drive process development and ensure feasibility to run under Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) and UV-Vis Spectroscopy. ·     Data Analysis. Solved complex mathematics with MATLAB and statistical analyzed with SigmaPlot one-way ANOVA. ·     Result-Driven. HIC can measure the hydrophobicity of simple nanoparticles; Dye adsorption can show a continuum from the hydrophobicity to hydrophilicity and quantify the hydrophobicity of nanoparticles.
Maxigen Biotech - Cosmetic R&D Laboratory Assistant
City, STATE, -
Collaborated with a team of five product developers by performing a variety of organizational tasks. ·     Laboratory Work. Inspected 200+ raw materials, maintained inventory, organized digital documents and took the initiative to improve laboratory organization by categorizing expired samples that were previously unorganized. ·     Quality Assurance. Increased production efficiency by modeling and evaluating product stabilities that might change in varying temperature or shipping conditions. ·     Documentation. Facilitated customer service by creating detailed ingredient lists, including the largest healthcare retailer in Taiwan – Watson.
ITRI - Research Intern
City, STATE, 06/2009 - 07/2009
Development of exfoliation processes for Preparing Graphene Nanosheets. ·     Process Improvement. Exfoliated graphite with chemical oxidation; Detected the structure with XRD and TEM. ·     Result-Driven. Expanded 13%-layer distance of Graphene to promote 80% speed charge and discharge of Lithium ions; the results were published in the Material Journals of Taiwan.
Affiliations
Skills
Analytical Skills, AutoCAD, Chemical Engineering, Data Collection, Engineer-in-Training, Claire, Interpretation, Excel, MS Office, PowerPoint, Word, Report Writing, Research, Safety, Verbal Communication, Written

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School Attended

  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
  • CHANG GUNG UNIVERSITY

Job Titles Held:

  • Graduate Student
  • Cosmetic R&D Laboratory Assistant
  • Research Intern

Degrees

  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Safety and Chemical Engineering Education Certificate Program, SAChE and AlChE, November 2015 Engineer-in-Training (Claire), State of California, September 2015 (Certificate No. Claire156316)

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