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Synopsis of Skills: -

The Candidate has demonstrated interest and expertise in the synthesis, interfacial and structure-property relationships of nano-structured and functional materials, surface coating engineering, thin films and multilayer systems, electronic, energy-related materials, and electromagnetic field effects on materials processing.

Objective: -

Looking to work for a company who values talent, innovation, diversity, honesty, stability and manufacturing quality parts leanly for profit. I desire to learn, work and share my intellectual properties collaboratively with: •Friendly colleagues in an industry with a bright future•An environment where one is encouraged to develop skills and share ones knowledge with colleagues• Where Employees are valued Asset, be competitive with benefits and strong focus on work-life balance.

Lazarus Applied Metal Sciences (LAMS) Inc., 1135 Delray Road, Knoxville, TN. 1989-2013

Position and responsibility: Founder, performing consulting duties to Industries:

My field of expertise are in Welding, composite Materials, Anodization, Process Manufacturing Engineer skills, *Chemical R&D, *Metal Forging, *Forming, Rolling, *Metal Casting- foundry * Stamping, * Welding, * Heat Treatments, * Brazing, * Polymer extrusion, formulation of Metal- ceramics- organic polymer composites, alloying, metal joining, Advance battery electrodes formulation and development, coating and or isostatically pressing, die casting , Powder processing, Polymer metal composites, sintered metals, electroplating, carbon -carbon composites, applications. Ion Implantation, CVD, PVD, * Plasma Spray coating, *HVOAC, *Sintering of Powder Metals, *Alloying, * Glass- Metal fusion, Brush plating, Barrel Plating, Electro rack plating, passivation, Pack cementation, Brazing, Heat Exchangers and turbine components, Ion Implantation, Plasma etching, metalization, surface finishing, surface Engineering, Material engineer, processing and manufacturing, corrosion protection Engineer, Compliant product consulting Engineer, Expert consulting Engineer, oxide thermal coating Engineer, Electrochemical Engineer, Materials Engineer.

Skills
  • Anodization Engineer
  • carbon-carbon composites
  • Automotive and Aerospace Wheel and Brakes development
  • friction and high temperature composite coatings,
  • high temperature heat treatment, fiber molding, structural preforms, wear performance of C-C- polymer fiber composites,
  • Advanced knowledge of Anti-Oxidation high temperature CVI coating science and development. Coating
  • high velocity oxyfuel (HVOF) process,
  • Thin film coating on a insulating, ceramic, conducting, superconducting and or Semiconducting bare silicon wafer substrate
  • vacuum furnace Engineer
  • chemical vapor deposition (CVD -thin film), PVD, ion implantation, plasma coating,
  • passivation, anodizing, and or by electrochemical deposition (ECD- electroplating) from aqueous - electrolyte solution. Surface tribology coatings, Glass to metal fusion,
  • Corrosion protection and battery electrodes coating, Metal Forging, Casting, Brazing, Sintering, Metallization, cementation, Heat Treatment, electroplating, Welding, Brazing, and Surface engineering Finishing for Automotive, Aerospace, Aeronautic, Electronic, Power and Propulsion applications.
Accomplishments

Notable accomplishments in Materials Science Research and Development: -


I have the formal educational training necessary in metallurgical Engineering of Materials and worked for over 30 years in industry performing aerospace related work as a manufacturing, production, Process Engineer, a Senior Engineer an independent successful engineer consultant to Industries in North America. I have been certified by the State of Colorado Higher Education to developed college level curriculum of instruction and teach college integrated circuit ( IC) fabricated courses : Diffusion processes, Thin film, Ion Implantation, Plasma Etching and the related Safety courses to college students. Beside being an Engineer of Materials Prime Aerospace, , Aeronautics, Automotive, batteries fuel cell, Nuclear, Medical devices, Semiconductor, Power and Propulsion generating Industry. As a successful Research Scientist I have experienced break through, earned awards of European and American grant of patents, I have published cited works in Peers Reviewed Journals, presented invited Technical Seminars to Industries, Colorado School of Mines Postgraduate Engineering Students and Faculties and at international Conference Proceedings, in Cincinnati, Ohio , to name a few. The rest of my work experience are documented elsewhere in my resume making qualified to perform the work that I am currently applying for.



1.At the University of Birmingham, Edgbaston Birmingham England, where I studied, I developed a world first small type electrochemical cell capable of use for electro-depositing coherent binary, ternary or quaternary alloy films of intermediate at weight % metal composition on the aluminum, stainless steel or titanium substrate from aqueous solution of simple salt without the use of metalloids of cyanide.


(a)Designed and invented a novel electrochemical cell used for electrochemical studies of kinetics and thermodynamic reactions of metal/alloy deposition containing intermediate binary, Ternary or quaternary alloys composition of intermediate from aqueous solution and explained the phenomenon of anomalous behavior of metal alloy films during certain times of electro-deposition process.


(b) I had successfully developed novel slurry paste made up of metal-polymer alloy composites incorporated with organic plasticizers and dispersants grade of grade of polymers electrodes suitable for secondary rechargeable porous battery for aerospace and space missions.



2.At Colson Caster Corporation: I successfully formulated and applied a novel chemical solution used by Colson Caster Corporation for neutralization of stubborn toxic fume pollution from the Oil quenching Metal Heat Treating media in the Work Shop, to comply with the OSHA regulation.


3.At Alcoa Howmet Power and Propulsion in White Hall, MI, My first project was to lead the Engineering group in vacuum furnace heat treatment and Brazing processes. The furnaces were known arch, improper brazing, Heat treatment, compromised brazing atmospheric condition, improper temperature spread as noticed during the temperature uniformity survey. The condensed outgas organic and inorganic species (sublimation) on reversal formed on the cold graphite vacuum furnace walls/heating elements eroding them. Introduction of argon atmosphere into the vacuum furnace caused felled back on the aerospace brazed or heat treated components in the Inconel heat treat basket causing localized eutectic melting on the parts causing million of nonconformance products that could not be reworked. I had explained the above and that the chemical reaction was a natural surface phenomena particularly if the work was done in hard vacuum or a vacuum atmospheric that was lower than the vapor pressure of the out gas materials. For mitigation, I suggested that, unless; it was specified by the customer, adequate vacuum pressure should be used and periodic PM schedule for maintaining the furnace be initiated and maintained. These was adopted by the company and upon implementation lengthened the shelf life expectation of the furnaces, increased product throughput, eliminated scrap generation, reworks improved product quality for airworthiness applications, enhanced on time product shipments to customers making them happy and with the potential of saving the company over 1 million dollars; per year.


4.At GE –I was the lead Aerospace specialist Engineer who successfully led the company to vacuum braze aerospace back-shell assemblies, the ceramic metal igniter components and the metal – alumina otherwise known as metal to glass interface fusion (brazing) from vacuum furnace for aerospace hermetically Sealed Sensor development program. I rewrote the brazing instructions, defined the inter metal diameter clearance to enhance capillary action flows of the filler metal to 80% required braze diffusion bonding penetration depth.


5.Eagle Picher Industries Inc., Designed and participated in the R&D supported for Eagle-Picher Industries Inc., in the selection of critical polymer-metal powder composite chemistries used in developing recharge able Ni-Cad, Nickel –Iron (Ni-Fe-H2) hydrogen, Ni/Fe and Lithium thionyl chloride (ALTC) power battery successfully developed for NASA Space Flight Missions Program, dual shaft electric propulsion vehicle and unique artillery applications. In collaboration with our Team at Eagle Picher in Colorado Springs, Colorado, DOW Chemicals supplied the raw polymer materials supplies for the battery development project whilst Sandia National Laboratories and Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) tested the porous battery cells conduction. The Nickel-Cadmium (Ni-Cd) rechargeable battery developed was responsible for supplying power to the magnetosphere probe used for NASA’s IMAGE Space Craft. This power-producer (Ni-Cad) will operate when the probe is in darkness. Otherwise, the probe operates on solar power while the battery is recharging in space.


6.(c) One of the achievements I experienced at the above company, was that in collaboration with Dow Chemical Company in Michigan, I designed and successfully applied some novel slurry pastes compound made up of metal-polymer alloy composites incorporated with organic plasticizers, and dispersants suitable for an Aerospace-secondary rechargeable porous advanced battery electrodes. The Battery’s power output was tested by The Sandia National Laboratory and found to be an improved advanced satellite battery fuel cell.



The Applied Engineering & Technology Directorate, NASA/GSFC, MD, in 2008.

The Topic of my invited lecture was on nano-crystalline structures of Au-Ni-Al, Fe-Ni, Fe-Mn, Fe-MnP alloy films deposition vs. simultaneous co-deposition OF Gold on aluminum without the use of Cyanide or Metalloid. The Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate (AETD) is the directorate within NASA where the engineering disciplines, including, but not limited to, mechanical, electrical, computer and Materials science, work together to make the concepts of the scientists into reality. At NASA/GSFC CODE 547, Greenbelt, MD 2008.


At NASA, I was the first, to successfully electro-deposit bright and adherent Gold film on aluminum substrate, from simple salt bath without the use of Cyanide or additive. I also Led in the NASA Small Business Administration reviewing project on government funded contract, approval and awards for coating of quasi crystalline films with interesting useful potential tribological- lubricious properties on Rover element (wheel), performance on the Red Mars dust laden surface.


Colson Cater Corporation, a Marmon Group of Companies:- Formulated a chemical solution used by Colson Caster Corporation for neutralization of stubborn toxic fume elimination from Oil quenching Metal Heat Treating media in the Work Shop, to comply with the OSHA regulation. Received financial award from Colson Caster Corporation and visited by an Official from the State of Arkansas Department of Environmental & Health, to be heralded for developing a novel chemical formulation process used for successfully eliminating Heat Treating oil bearing smog.


I received financial award from the Colson Caster Corporation for the above work performance and was visited by an Official from the State of Arkansas Department of Environmental & Health, to be heralded for developing such a novel chemical formulation process used for the successfully eliminating of the Heat Treated oil metal components bearing smog.

7.Corporate Brazing Instructor: At Wall Colmonoy - Aero braze Engineered Technologies’ Brazing Engineering Furnace Brazing School, on October 18 - 20, 2011 I was selected to prepare curriculum of instruction and participated in teaching aspects of metallurgy of brazing technology. At this state-of-the-art facility in Cincinnati, in Ohio:- engineers, technicians, quality managers and others from other aerospace companies that attended for the training, experienced “hands-on” applications and learnt about brazing technology from leading industry experts. The three-days seminar offered knowledge and practical application about:

•Effects of brazing variables:- Alloying, assembly, fixturing, ramp rates, temperature/ time at brazing, type of applied pressure levels, cooling rate,

•Substrate surface cleaning or preparations

•Brazing Design, filler metals, capillary action, diffusion, reduction and oxidation reactions,

•Brazing Atmosphere and Furnace Equipment, dew pointer, probes, and temperature surveys,

•Brazing Material Selection and Applications and, specifications, and customer contact

•Quality Control support, in house auditing the quality of the engine diffusers and furnace maintenance.

•Aerospace vacuum brazing: As the senior Engineer, in this company, I was the first to have revised and directed the company to abandoned its usual failed braze paste to acquire a suitable braze alloy paste for successful vacuum brazing of complex honeycombs and Rolls Royce aerospace turbine diffuser assemblies. My effort was awarded for the project.

The topic of my lecture at the Seminar was on Gas turbine Engine diffuser component schematics, selection of the super alloy metal used, the machining and joining aspect of the component assemblies; designing and assembly of the turbine diffuser engine components, alloying, assembling, selection and use of specific filler metal ( copper or nickel) for brazing, application Heat Treating, precipitation hardening processes, annealing, welding, and inspection of the finished gas turbine engine for airworthiness in regard coating of the vanes, evaluation of the airflow channels - air duct airflow rate capable of enhancing the aircraft jet propulsion and lift off capability.



8.In 1997, I obtained a British and U.S Grant of Patents (number 1319260 and 5965002) for pioneered a novel electrochemical cell used for electrodepositing bright adherent coherent nano, micro-structural of Fe-Ni, Fe-Mn alloy films and other Hard to deposit metals/ alloys containing intermediate composition, from aqueous solution of Simple Salt bath, without the use of Cyanide or metalloid.



Published work in Peer-reviewed journals and made technical presentations at invited International Conference Proceedings. The list of my accomplished work are demonstrated below:-

At Colorado School of Mines, Golden Colorado., 1997

Topic: Effect of pH and or temperature on alloy deposition, I presented this Technical Seminar to Faculty members and Postgraduates Students at Colorado School of Metallurgy & Materials Science


At GE Health Care at Milwaukee, WI, 2007.

Topic: Soft Magnetic properties of electro-deposition of Fe-Mn, Fe-Ni alloy film microstructures vs. the thermally process alloy films possessing interesting potential useful properties for MRI Machine Hard Magnetic Shielding. The Seminar was presented to Management Team and Project Managers


Colson Caster Corporation International conference proceeding at St. Joseph, MI 2000.

Seminar Topic: Heat Treating for Profit.


Pechiney Aluminum Rolled Product, Ravenswood, West Virginia 2006

Topic: Effect of temperature, alloying, carbon potential, pH their effects.


At American Society for Surface Finishing (AESF) International, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1999,

Topic:-Effect of Temperature on Fe-Mn alloys co-deposition, presented at the International Conference ( SURFIN) Proceedings, in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1999.


The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS): Functional and Structural Nano-materials: Fabrication, Properties, Applications and Implications: Title: Microstructure and Nano-crystalline Films of Fe- Mn Vs Fe-Ni alloy, PA, in 2010.


At Leistritze Advance Components Inc, in Winston Salem-NC, Forging and Heat Treatment of 17-4 precipitation hardening stainless steel type 640 and the Martensitic stainless steel type 420, did not conformed to the European manufacturing specifications. The Turbine Power Generation Components project was to be hot forged and Heat Treated to improve the anisotropic properties of the steels including the v. notch impact toughness absorption energy value in the transverse and the longitudinal roll planes to 100 joule minimum. The correlation of the two rolling crystal directions was to be 25% resistance against impact fracture failure. The task was started since 2011 to no avail but I was hired to resolve the issue in April 2012. In less than 1 month of hire, I was able to review, identify the error in processing and resolved the problem successfully leading to a manufacturing process development improvement for the first time in the company, enabling the product to be designed, manufactured and shipped to our German base Customer.



The Applied Engineering & Technology Directorate, NASA/GSFC, MD, in 2008.

The Topic of my invited lecture was on nano-crystalline structures of Au-Ni-Al, Fe-Ni, Fe-Mn, Fe-MnP alloy films deposition vs. simultaneous co-deposition OF Gold on aluminum without the use of Cyanide or Metalloid. The Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate (AETD) is the directorate within NASA where the engineering disciplines, including, but not limited to, mechanical, electrical, computer and Materials science, work together to make the concepts of the scientists into reality. At NASA/GSFC CODE 547, Greenbelt, MD 2008.


At NASA, I was the first, to successfully electro-deposit bright and adherent Gold film on aluminum substrate, from simple salt bath without the use of Cyanide or additive. I also Led in the NASA Small Business Administration reviewing project on government funded contract, approval and awards for coating of quasi crystalline films with interesting useful potential tribological- lubricious properties on Rover element (wheel), performance on the Red Mars dust laden surface.


Colson Cater Corporation, a Marmon Group of Companies:- Formulated a chemical solution used by Colson Caster Corporation for neutralization of stubborn toxic fume elimination from Oil quenching Metal Heat Treating media in the Work Shop, to comply with the OSHA regulation. Received financial award from Colson Caster Corporation and visited by an Official from the State of Arkansas Department of Environmental & Health, to be heralded for developing a novel chemical formulation process used for successfully eliminating Heat Treating oil bearing smog.





Training and Award of certificates:-


•8+years of production or manufacturing experience.

5.5 + years of supervisory or management experience in a manufacturing plant.

7 years of Six Sigma – Green-Belt Project, Training and structured problem solving techniques and NADCAP, ISO/AS9100 and AS9001.

7 years of Lean Manufacturing experience. I have practiced Six Sigma processes for more than 10 years.

15+ yrs. experience in Welding, Brazing and Heat Treatment and Metallurgy / Materials composite Engineering.

•Extensive experience with surface engineering Program (Carburizing, Carburnitriding, Nitriding, Annealing and Tempering, spheriodiztion, Precipitation hardening of super alloys ( 17-4 PH) stainless steel alloys, etc, thermo-cycling processes), metal forging, stamping, forming, welding, metallization, sintering,

Electroplating, coating, passivation, anodization, irriditing, and black oxide coating, to name a few.

•Have written/published technical reports (papers) in Peer Review Journals and conducting hardness measurements, metallographic characterization of microstructure and distribution of carbides in metal lattices due to heat treating and quenching.

•Have presented Technical Seminars on Heat Treating processing parameters ( effects of surface preparation prior to heat treatment, effect of temperature VS. time processing cycle or profile, soaked time, applied atmospheric gas condition isothermal diffusion, centerline diffusion, eutectic intermetallic formation, sublimation issues, RDOX reaction, diffusion and distribution rates of the alloying elements in the metal grain boundaries, case depth of hardening, quenching speed or cooling media used, furnace condition, etching, polishing, mounting and micro- structural evaluation on the heat treating metal process ) to Industries and at International Conference Proceedings.

•Earned a related grant of European and US patents on metal alloy processing.

•While at Colson Caster Corporation, he formulated a chemical solution used by Colson Caster Corporation for neutralization of stubborn toxic

fume elimination from Oil quenching Metal Heat Treating media in the Work Shop, to comply with the OSHA regulation.

•Instructor: - Brazing Instructor at Wall Colmonoy - Aero braze Engineered Technologies’ Brazing Engineering Furnace Brazing School, on October 18 - 20, 2011. He was selected to prepare curriculum of instruction and participated in teaching aspects of metallurgy of brazing technology. At this state-of-the-art facility in Cincinnati, in Ohio:- engineers, technicians, quality managers and others from other aerospace companies that attended for the training, experienced “hands-on” applications and learnt about brazing technology from leading industry experts. The three-day seminar offered knowledge and practical application.

•Effects of brazing variables - Alloying, assembly, fixturing, ramp rates, temperature/ time at brazing, type of applied pressure levels, cooling rate.

•Substrate surface cleaning or preparations, Brazing Design, filler metals, capillary action, diffusion, reduction and oxidation reactions.

•Welding and Brazing shielding atmosphers and Furnace Equipment, dew pointer, probes, and temperature surveys.

•Welding, Brazing Material Selection and Applications and, specifications, and customer contacts

•Metallization of metal-ceramic and Glass joining for Sensor Project developments

•Polymer metal composite coating

• Quality Control, in house auditing the quality of the engine diffusers and furnace maintenance.

•He possesses excellent communication, mentoring and leadership skills.

•Taught High School (K10 -K12) trigonometry and Chemistry.

•Developed curriculum of Instruction and Taught College courses on Integrated Circuits fabrication ( Thin Films, Ion Implantation, Diffusion, Plasma Etching

Professional Experience
President & CEO, 2009 - Current
United Way Of America Daytona Beach, FL,

1135 Delray Road Knoxville, TN 37923 USA. Position: General Manager and provides consulting services to Automotive and Aerospace components manufacturers- in Electroplating, coating of Battery electrodes, Brazing, Heat Treating, Welding, Metal Stamping, casting, Forging, Powder metal formulation/sintering, Shot blasting, Passivation, Anodizing, quality Audits and etc. I have used the above demonstrated skills and expertise to perform work for Automotive, Aerospace, Aeronautics, Semiconductor, Medical devices:-surgical, medical- Orthopedic and Stent implant technologies, Advanced Batteries developments, Corrosion resistance, Oil and gas Hydraulic Heat Exchanger systems, marine, Nuclear Reactor, Gas, Steam Turbine blade components and Power Energy Generating Industry. During the above periods, I have used the above skills to provide consulting and or contract Services to the companies listed below:- a) Honeywell Aerospace, 3520 West-Moore Street, South Bend, IN 46628, Position: Advanced Manufacturing Engineer (AME), on contract. Responsible for leading in chemical vapor deposition and Heat Treatments of Carbon- carbon disk brakes (Rotors and Stators) of interesting useful properties for Aircraft safe take off and Landing. Achievements: Initiated, developed and coordinated Training program on carbon- carbon composite processing, (TUS), and System Accuracy Test (SAT) for training the carbon Group of Engineers, Meter lab, Maintenance and Vacuum Furnace Operators on (A) carbon- carbon-polymer composite formulations, Thermal processing, carbon- carbon epitaxial deposition, from vacuum furnace reducing atmospheres, (b) Effects of carbon composites outgassing (sublimation), materials vapor pressure and or water pressure impacts on vacuum furnace base pressure, (c) Causes of high furnace pressure levels on the furnace performance, on the finished products quality and how to implement control. Reviewed and revised as required the engineering documents, work instructions, provided Engineering support to the Operators on the manufacturing floor and made recommendations on product improvements and Vacuum furnace daily maintenance. We manufacture wheel and brake systems for aircraft take off and landing. The wheels are made of aluminum, which are machined, anodized. The carbon - infiltrated carb-graphite Stator & Rotor disk brakes we developed are then assembled into the wheel to form the Wheel and brake Systems. I left the company after my 8 months contract assignment was completed. Engineering Manager (Senior Consulting Engineer), (b) Wall-Colmonoy (The Aero braze Engineered Technologies Group, Cincinnati, OH, Managed and supervised group of Junior Engineers and Interns on matters related to Surface Engineering, thermal and electro-chemical Coating by either HVOF, Plasma Spraying coating, Vacuum furnace, vacuum brazing, and Welding, Heat Treatment, machining and electro- deposition of Materials on aerospace turbine blades and diffuser components ( c) Colorado Fe and Steel Mill, at Pueblo, Colorado Responsibility: Metal die and investment castings, and metrology responsibilities (d) Alcoa Aluminum Casting Mill, at Alcoa Tennessee Position: Aluminum melting, casting and testing using standard metrology equipment. (e) Energy Solution, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Oak Ridge TN Position: Project manager responsible for planning and leading in ferrous and non-ferrous metal casting, R&D, product development of ferrous or non-ferrous ingots, billets, castings, and metrology. Led in the radioactive waste materials reviews, selection and melting, casting into ingots useful for radioactive shielding. Proficiencies includes but not limited to metal investment and die castings, cast solidification modeling, forming, deformation modeling, metallography and lab analysis of Stainless steel, copper, Titanium and aluminum melting, and casting processes. This was a contract temporary job through Aerotek Temporary employment Agency, in Knoxville, TN. (f) Colorado Sintered Powder Metal Inc., 835 Emory Cir, Colorado Springs, CO 80915 Manufacturer of powdered metal parts for automotive aftermarket, lawn & garden, power tools, security/locks, automotive brakes, industrial equipment, consumer products, etc. Materials used include iron, iron-carbon, iron-copper, iron-nickel, high strength alloys, brass, bronze. Position: Expert Contract powder Metal processing, responsible in leading, in the metal powder compaction, doping, sintering in a belt furnace, Stamping and scrap reductions operation. (g) Plant Powder Metallurgist GKN Sinter Powder Metal components Inc., 407 Thornburg Drive Southeast, Conover, NC 28613 Responsibility: Engineering and design consultation, product development, powder metal compaction, Sintering, vacuum furnace, Punch presses, tools and Die repairs, metallography, metrology, testing and the manufacture of the most complex components, for automotive, aerospace, garden tool, refrigeration components. 45843 Provided Engineering consulting service to the company in Vacuum Furnace brazing or joining of thermal Heat Exchanger assemblies for HVAC, aerospace applications. rained and mentored Associates on product quality compliant manufacturing. (b) Provided consulting service to the company on gun barrel Manufacturing with 90 % reduction in scraps related to metal casting, forming, coating and heat Treating, processes. I obtained the temporary employment through the Aerotek Placement Agency, in Little Rock, Arkansas. (f) Senior chemical coating Engineer (Consultant) Teledyne Continental Motors -Aircraft Engines Inc., Mobile, Alabama This Aircraft Engine Manufacturing Company is a leading designer and manufacturer of Aircraft Components. The company is a prime contract supplier of aircraft parts to the US military. Where it failed to meet the military quality and NADCAP specification, I was hired to resolve the non-compliance product issues, where other consultants failed. As an expert coating engineer, I was successful in resolving the increased aircraft camshafts, Pistons, and cylinder bores wear problem to the satisfaction of the military Customer. The was insufficiently Fe-Mn-P alloy coating film coating on the stainless steel camshafts, pistons and Cylinder bores leading to wear related attritions, in service. I was given this contract work through a Temporary Employment Agency ( "Road Master") located in Mobile Alabama. (g) General Dynamics - Ordinance and Tactical Systems, Garland, TX. Senior -Chemical Consulting Engineer. Responsible in reviewing, reporting my independent finings on casual causes and made recommendation for mitigation on the military nonconformance military ammunition coating issues the company had. The company manufactures fire munitions, mortar weapons, artillery projectiles, bomb shell bodies, propellants, tactical missiles and rocket programs, surveillance Systems, guided missiles, warheads and control actuator Systems. I obtained this temporary Employment work through express temporary employment Agency, in Florida. White Hall, Michigan Whitehall, MI. 10/04/ 2012 - 01/10/2013 Principle manufacturing Product:- In this company, we performed investing single crystal metal castings Operation. Senior Engineer - Process Owner (Brazing and Heat Treatments, etc.).I invented the process in which Alcohol was used to dilute Ni slurry-polymer composites used in the brazing. Alcoa Power and Propulsion (APP) is a casting facility producing cast parts from complex ceramic cores, which form the internal cooling passages of investment-cast turbine airfoils, blades, vanes and high-temperature hardware for turbine engines, all stages of high and low pressure (vanes), used in the aircraft engine and industrial gas turbine industries. The complex ceramic cores were used in the casting of reactive and nonreactive single crystal, directionally solidified and equiax alloys. In this company, my principle function was dedicated to technical leadership of the materials compound processes, Brazing and Heat Treat Processes. The primary raw and compound material activities focused on (1) process control and capability improvements, (2) systems improvements, (3) cost control/reductions, and (4) implementing new technologies, 27045 This Company is privately owned German Company that manufactures highly engineered forging airfoil Turbine blades, vanes, compressor discs, and other variety of power generation turbine components for international aero engine and power generation industries. Customer base are mainly in Germany and some are in the USA. Position and responsibility: Forging Metallurgical Engineer- responsible for Hot and cold forging of Aircraft components leading in the process specification, forging, Heat treating, Quality analysis of the chemistries, microstructures distributions, orientations, defects and Properties of super alloys. I left when the company folded and relocated to Western Germany. K) chemistry and trigonometry in classroom to the Students for very minimal fees Grant of Patents and Publications UK-

Aerospace Engineer Group Lead, 07/2007 - 12/2008
Nucor Corporation Fort Payne, AL, Aerospace Engineer Group Leader (a Civil Servant, grade level GS13/14) in code 547 Manager and Directorate responsibilities for coating of the Space craft critical components and reviewing military subcontract work performed in the facility. -An assigned task to subordinates and assessed the performance of each member of my group for promotion, raises, discipline and retention. Liaised with other codes within the Agency for collaborative work where expertise was needed on certain aspects of metallurgy and alloying - Led metal joining, electroplating, passivation, anodizing, masking, materials selection, application and qualification of materials, reviewing of product quality discrepancies, processing methods, Heat Treating, Coating, Technical Seminar Presentations, battery power expert consultant for the agency, ISO/AS9001 internal audit and metrology support.
Materials Specialist Engineer, 12/2004 - 07/2006
GE Transportation Aircraft City, STATE, Chief Metallurgical Engineer/Quality Auditor Responsible for Gas Turbine Reconditioning, Re-engineering, led on management projects, product reviews, proposals, product design and processing, technical and testing inspection related to silicon, metallization of insulators, coatings on fuel pump, stators, gas turbine components, Sintering, Welding, Brazing, Heat Treating procedures required by the customer, semiconductor to metal braze fusion, high temperature Sensor development, glass to metal fusion, and Electroplating. Lead Product Auditor, responsible for making sure products conform to requirements. - Supported other product lines activities such as product quality evaluation, NDT testing, superficial and micro hardness testing, Supper alloy coatings, Heat Transfer products, Propulsion engines, Auxiliary Power Unit assemblies, Rotor, Fuel pump and Actuator, Air Turbine Starters, Valves, Compressor nuts, Sensors, and Igniters Systems. Ensured the mechanical integrity of the aircraft structural parts used in the gas turbine engines (design, and development, precipitation hardening, coating of the hot sections of the Turbine Engine, bearing, vanes, stators, diffuser assemblies, testing of the air flow rates, ducts, shrouds, and etc. for compliance).
Advanced Specialist Metallurgist, 02/2001 - 10/2003
Denso Manufacturing, TN City, STATE, Advanced Specialist Metallurgist Responsible for the automotive metal parts/accessories manufacture, materials selection, designing, specification reviews, Heat Treatment, coating, passivation, metal stamping, forming, welding and electroplating and metrology support. - Championed process feasibility and capability studies, optimization, work instructions, Bill of materials (BOM) and routing developments for manufacturing.
Chief Metallurgist, 03/1998 - 10/2001
Colson Caster Corporation City, STATE, Manufacturing Plant Metallurgist Responsibility for project management and supervised the work of technicians and assigned duties related to Heat Treating Program (Carburizing, caburnitriding, annealing and tempering processes), metal forging, stamping, forming, welding and electroplating. - Primary Metallurgy contact to customers in resolving technical problems, made inquiries and selection of materials for manufacturing in compliance with each customer's orders, etc., I led the company transfer it manufacturing operation to Monterrey, Mexico and Quanzou, China. The Company offshored it manufacturing machine and job to overseas as already mentioned causing a massive lay off my direct boss and myself along with others. The Company is now an assembly Plant.
Contract Curriculum developer and IC Instructor, 03/1997 - 11/1997
Pikes Peak Community State College City, STATE,
  • I was hired on a short-term contract to Develop Curriculum of Instruction and Taught semiconductor integrated Circuit Fabrication college courses. The courses that I developed and taught to the final Year Students at the College were:-
  • Diffusion process concepts, junction formation, sheet resistance, dopant materials, type and uses in integrated Circuits,
  • ION IMPLANTATION: Equipment, masking, atomic distribution, crystal damage, annealing processes, channeling, Evaluation of implanted layers, application of Ions, Implantation and Safety issues.
  • CVD Deposition of thin films: These included film deposition parameter, CVD and equipment, sputtering systems, Low pressure chemical Vapor deposition, operations and safety Issues.
  • Etching: Wet chemical etching, Photo Resist removal and Dry etching, Plasma etch systems and applications, Plasma etch systems, operations and safety issues. o Product design and processing from vacuum furnace for Semiconductor thick films development. I left the State College after my contract assignment was successfully completed.
High School chemistry and Trigonometry Instructor, 01/1 - 01/1
Eagle-Picher Industries, Inc City, STATE, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Responsible for the selection, characterization and implementation of polymeric materials including plasticizers, dispersants, blending cycles, thermal interface materials (polymer - metal composites formulation/fabrication for battery manufacturing), doctor blade development for the battery electrode coatings, furnace set ups/sintering operations and technical reporting on processing progress for the Aerospace Battery developed for customers such as NASA, GE, Pratt and Whitney, Rolls Royce, Sikorsky etc., aerospace uses. The work was done in partnership/ collaboration with DOW Chemicals for raw polymer materials, and the finished battery manufacture tested for performance by Sandia National Laboratory. The company went out of business and shut down its manufacturing operations. I left along with other employees to search for employment elsewhere. Colorado Springs, Colorado January 1986 - November 1986 (11 months)
Education and Training
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.): film, Expected in 2006
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University of Tennessee - Knoxville, Tennessee
GPA:
Status - University of Tennessee-Knoxville Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Nano crystalline structures of Fe-Ni versus Fe-Mn alloy film deposition, 3.0 2003 - 2006
Master's: Metallurgical Engineer of Materials, Expected in 2000
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The University of Birmingham - Edgbaston, Birmingham
GPA:
Status -

The University of Birmingham Master's Degree, Metallurgical Engineer of Materials, 3.4 1996 - 2000

MSc: Materials Science, Expected in 1993
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Colorado School of Mines - Golden, Colorado
GPA:
Status - Colorado School of Mines, at Golden, Colorado One year of study toward MSc degree in Materials Science completed., Materials Science 1992 - 1993 Activities and Societies: AWS, ASM International, British Society for Metal finishing and American Society for Metal Finishing (AESF).
BSc.: Metallurgy of Materials, Expected in 1984
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Colorado State University - Pueblo, Colorado
GPA:
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Colorado State University-Pueblo BSc. Degree In Metallurgy of Materials, Metallurgy, Mathematics, chemistry, Biology, Physics, NDT certification, etc. 1980 - 1984 Cited Inventions and grant of patents: USPC Class: 4288113, Class name: Magneto resistive multilayer super lattice (e.g., giant magneto resistance (gmr) or colossal magneto resistance (cmr), etc.) Elecrodeposition of manganese and other hard to deposit metals

PhD: Materials Engineering, Expected in
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University of Tennessee at Knoxville - Knoxville, TN
GPA:
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PhD degree studies are in progress. Activities and Societies: PhD degree studies is on hold due to the sudden death of thesis Supervisor at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, TN.

Affiliations
Activities and Societies: AWS, ASM International, British Society for Metal finishing and American Society for Metal Finishing (AESF)
Certifications

CERTIFICATIONS:

Earned certifications:

Six Sigma Green Belt project and PFMEA certificates.

-NDT: Levels 1 though 3 and completed Six Sigma –

- Conflict Prevention & Management in the workplace for Managers/Supervisors-

-Working across multi cultures and international relations- NASA

-Situational Leadership Training Levels one and two- NASA,

-Record Management for Everyone -NASA

-Record Management Training module 7- NASA

-ISO/AS91000 and 9001 (Internal Auditor) –NASA

-Industrial Wastewater Pretreatment - NASA

-Hazard Communication, Train the Trainer Compliance Course - NASA

-Project Start up management certification– and has

- Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve problems- NASA

- Ability to guide and influence others- NASA

- Lean Six Sigma certification or advanced use of statistical tools – GE/NASA

- Strong interpersonal and teambuilding skills- NASA

- Effective team leadership skills- NASA

- Effective project management ability

-Strong advanced professional oral communication at Colorado School of Mines

-Metal Casting certificate From Alcoa Power and Propulsion and

-Brazing certificate

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Presentations
Led metal joining, electroplating, passivation, anodizing, masking, materials selection, application and qualification of materials, reviewing of product quality discrepancies, processing methods, Heat Treating, Coating, Technical Seminar Presentations, battery power expert consultant for the agency, ISO/AS9001 internal audit and metrology support
Additional Information

Earned certifications:

•Lean Manufacturing (Six-Sigma Six Sigma Green-Belt) certification and use of (SPC, PPA, 5S, Mistake proofing, Standard work, MSE, Rapid Problem solving (6M), Visual Management, Value Stream Mapping, Batch and flow processes, 7 waste Identification, Work Load Balance, Activity analysis, Fish bone, Takt Time, PFMEA and DOE, to resolve issues.


TAUGHT CLASSES: -

High School chemistry and Trigonometry Instructor

Palmer Park High School, Colorado Springs, Colorado

January 1986 – November 1986 (11 months)

The School hired me. I taught high School (Grades 10- 12K) chemistry and trigonometry in classroom to the Students for very minimal fees


Grant of Patents and Publications

UK- Patent number 2319260 and US Patent 5,965,002., Issued October


Cited Inventions and grant of patents: USPC Class: 4288113, Class name: Magneto resistive multilayer super lattice (e.g., giant magneto resistance (gmr) or colossal magneto resistance (cmr), etc.)

Elecrodeposition of manganese and other hard to deposit metals

Patent number: 5965002

1. http://www.patentbuddy.com/Inventor/Claire-Jessica-J/2693646.


2. http://www.google.com.mx/patents/US3977951. 3. http://www.google.co.ls/patents/US6916427.


4. http://www.nasa.gov/centers/goddard/pdf/222417main_GV4_6.pdf.



Earned certifications:

•Lean Manufacturing (Six-Sigma Six Sigma Green-Belt) certification and use of (SPC, PPA, 5S, Mistake proofing, Standard work, MSE, Rapid Problem solving (6M), Visual Management, Value Stream Mapping, Batch and flow processes, 7 waste Identification, Work Load Balance, Activity analysis, Fish bone, Takt Time, PFMEA and DOE, to resolve issues


•Have AUTO CAD certification, from The University of Arkansas.

•TEM, SEM, EDAX, X-ray Diffraction (x-RD), Atomic force Microscopy, received from The University of TN, Knoxville.

•NDT: Levels 1 though 3 (Ultrasound, Ordinary and Advanced Radiography, Magnetic Particle, and Liquid Penetrant from (CSU),Pueblo Co/ ASNT.

•Project management Training,

•Engineering design experience of stamped credit

•Auto CAD modeling of complex surfaces (Solid works)

•Stamping of sheet metal/ aluminum

•Metal forming training and formability analysis using industry metrology standard

•Conflict Prevention & Management in the workplace for Managers/Supervisors

•Working across multi cultures and international relations-

•Situational Leadership Training Levels one and two-

•Record Management for Everyone

•Record Management Training module 7.

•ISO/AS91000 and 9001 (Internal Auditor) –

•Industrial Wastewater Pretreatment -

•Hazard Communication, Train the Trainer Compliance Course -

•Project Start up management certification– and has

•Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve problems-

•Ability to guide and influence others

•Lean Six Sigma certification or advanced use of statistical tools –

•Strong interpersonal and teambuilding skills

•Effective team leadership skills-

•Effective project management ability

•Strong advanced professional oral and written communication skills

•NDT Levels 1- 3

Earned certifications:

•Lean Manufacturing (Six-Sigma Six Sigma Green-Belt) certification and use of (SPC, PPA, 5S, Mistake proofing, Standard work, MSE, Rapid Problem solving (6M), Visual Management, Value Stream Mapping, Batch and flow processes, 7 waste Identification, Work Load Balance, Activity analysis, Fish bone, Takt Time, PFMEA and DOE, to resolve issues.

Note:- I am always willing to learn new skills and I am teachable.



Skills

Aerospace, Engineer, Composites, Polymer, Electroplating, Heat Treating, Welding, Metallurgist, Stamping, Forging, Coatings, Turbine, Metrology, Fabrication, Operations, Deposition, Progress, Blending, Its, Laboratory, Manufacturing Operations, Nasa, Polymeric, Ups, Metallurgy, Automotive, Brazing, Metal Stamping, Cleanroom, Semiconductor, Metallurgical, Testing, Vacuum, Anodizing, Plasma, Chemistry, Casting, Castings, Stainless Steel, Tig Welding, Aftermarket, Aluminum Casting, Audits, Brake Systems, Brakes, Brand Marketing, Compaction, Consumer Products, Corrosion, Engineering Support, Epitaxial, Industrial Equipment, Investment Castings, Machining, Maintenance, Manufacturing Engineer, Medical Devices, Powder Metal, Product Development, Project Manager, Radioactive, Refrigeration, Security, Solidification, Steam Turbine, Stent, Thermal Processing, Training, Transmissions, Patents, Ndt, Materials Selection, Class, Cmr, Comprehensive Large Array Data Stewardship System, Mathematics, Assembly, Assembly Plant, Project Management, Trigonometry, Bill Of Materials, Bom, Feasibility, Optimization, Cold Forging, Fossil Power, Power Generation, Quality Analysis, Product Design, Engines, Gas Turbine, Turbine Engines, Actuator, Air Flow, Fuel, Fuel Pump, Gas Turbine Engines, Heat Transfer, Inspection, Proposals, Re-engineering, Sensor, Sensor Development, Sensors, Turbine Engine, Instructor, Audit, Internal Audit, Iso, Aws, Finishing, Materials Science, Metal Finishing, Hvac, Railroad, Circuits, Cvd, Etching, Integrated Circuit, Integrated Circuits, Ion, Thin Films, Ar, Patent, Aircraft Engine, Airfoils, Ceramic, Cooling, Cost Control, Heat Treat, Process Control, Slurry, Technical Leadership, Dynamics, Engine Manufacturing, Microsoft Dynamics, Mitigation, Satisfaction, Warheads, Weapons

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School Attended

  • University of Tennessee
  • The University of Birmingham
  • Colorado School of Mines
  • Colorado State University
  • University of Tennessee at Knoxville

Job Titles Held:

  • President & CEO
  • Aerospace Engineer Group Lead
  • Materials Specialist Engineer
  • Advanced Specialist Metallurgist
  • Chief Metallurgist
  • Contract Curriculum developer and IC Instructor
  • High School chemistry and Trigonometry Instructor

Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
  • Master's
  • MSc
  • BSc.
  • PhD

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