Expert in Chemical Instrumentation and Security
He offers this expertise to clients who require design, service and training support for most electronic and electro-mechanical equipment used in scientific research and production operations, technical or general presentations and seminars. He also has extensive security and law enforcement experience, both practical and as a trainer, and provides clients with insight into personal, corporate or industrial matters and practices.
He has recently been speaking to, and working with, local Chambers of Commerce, as well as other civic and community groups, to promote careers in science. He has also organized, developed and presented technical, business oriented, entrepreneurial and motivational training sessions and seminars.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Chicago, Illinois - Rockford, Illinois - Aurora, Illinois - Naperville, Illinois - Peoria, Illinois - Joliet, Illinois - Elgin, Illinois - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Kenosha, Wisconsin - Gary, Indiana
|Year: 1985||Degree: PhD||Subject: Chemistry||Institution: Purdue University|
|Year: 1967||Degree: BS||Subject: Chemistry||Institution: Brooklyn College|
|Years: 2003 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: CEO||Department: Consulting Chemists||Responsibilities: Expert is the founder and President of his firm, a chemical consulting firm specializing in solutions for measurement challenges in industry and the laboratory as well as relevant general business support and training program design to clients.|
|Years: 1987 to 2002||Employer: PHILIPS MEDICAL SYSTEMS||Title: MRI SENIOR SYSTEM SPECIALIST||Department:||Responsibilities: Responsible for maintaining at peak performance and maximizing customer return from a highly successful product as a technical representative for one of the most complex modalities in medical imaging. His performance is recognized for an extremely high level of success in resolving problems and enhancing profitability for users with a multi-million dollar investment and cash flow. This success significantly contributed to tens of millions of dollars of new and repeat business for his employer.|
|Years: 1984 to 1987||Employer: ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY||Title: CHEMICAL INSTRUMENTATION SPECIALIST||Department: DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY||Responsibilities: Design and maintenance of a variety of analog and digital instruments and real world interfaces to provide research and teaching support.
SKILLS were a firm knowledge of analog and digital electronics, chemistry, physics, mathematics and computer science.
SPECIFIC SYSTEMS were a diverse group of chemical instruments including a Nicolet (GE) 300mhz research NMR and Varian CFT-20 and T-60 routine NMR systems.