Expert in Electrochemical Energy Storage, Batteries, Electrochemical Capacitors, Activated Carbon, Materials Science and Engineering, Corrosion, and Electrodeposition
Expert ID: 733823 Kentucky, USA
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Cincinnati, Ohio - Hamilton, Ohio - Middletown, Ohio - Lexington, Kentucky - Louisville, Kentucky
|Year: 1985||Degree: Ph.D||Subject: Materials Science||Institution: University of Virginia|
|Year: 1981||Degree: MS||Subject: Materials Science||Institution: University of Virginia|
|Year: 1978||Degree: BS||Subject: Materials Engineering||Institution: Wilkes College|
|Year: 1975||Degree: Undergraduate Courses||Subject: Business Administration, Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, and Biology||Institution: Wilkes College|
|Years: 2003 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Various||Department: Center for Applied Energy Research||Responsibilities: Expert has served this U.S. university's Applied Energy Research Center in the following roles: Associated Director of the Electrochemical Power Sources Group; Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (continued to present); Associate Director of the Argonne Battery Manufacturing R&D Center; and Associate Director of Professional Development within the Power and Energy Institute of the state. During this time Expert has also mentored through the center for entrepreneurship within the college of business and economics.|
|Years: 1989 to 2003||Employer: Florida Atlantic University||Title: Assistant and Associate Professor||Department: Engineering||Responsibilities: Expert set up a research group, acquiring grants in corrosion, chemical vapor deposition, battery materials, carbon nanomaterials, electrochemical energy storage, and other spheres. He managed over $3.6 million in research grants while developing and teaching a dozen varying graduate and undergraduate courses.
During this time Expert was a Summer Faculty Fellow (1990-91) via NASA and ASEE, during which time he developed a nondestructive testing method and innovative cycling procedure for nickel-hydrogen satellite batteries.
|Years: 1988 to 1989||Employer: Physical Sciences, Inc.||Title: Principal Scientist||Department:||Responsibilities: Expert was responsible for the generation of ideas, as well as proposal writing, in organic and inorganic materials as pertinent to energy storage and electrochemistry. He also conducted lab experiments regarding fuel cell membranes.|