Scientist, Brewer Science, Advanced Technology Research and Development.
Susan holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of California, Los Angeles. Her dissertation was titled, Analysis of vibronic structure and resonance Raman Intensities in electron transfer spectra involving multiple interacting surfaces. She earned a B.A. in Molecular and Cellular Biology and a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to her current position, Susan was a chemist with Hewlett-Packard Company, IPG, LightScribe/Specialty Printing Systems; Post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Southern California; Adjunct Professor, Linn Benton Community College (2007-2010); Invited Lecturer, Radtech International North America; and a Teaching Assistant, UCLA, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry.
Senior Applications Engineer, Brewer Science, Carbon Nanotechnologies Pipeline.
Molly holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Southern Mississippi were she studied under Dr. Charles Hoyle, renowned pioneer in the fields of photopolymerization and photochemistry. She earned a M.S. in Polymer Science and Engineering from the University of Southern Mississippi and a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Hladik has over ten years of experience formulating and synthesizing polymers in various methods and mediums specializing in inkjet, flexo, gravure, and screen print depositions. Dr. Hladik is currently developing new carbon nanotube-based platforms and products, as well as developing deposition techniques for a variety of applications.
Radiation Chemist and founding Co-director of the Institute for Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing, SUNY ESF.
Mark holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from SUNY ESF, a B.S. in Chemistry, St. Johns University with a minor in secondary education, and an A.A., Mathematics, SUNY Delhi. Mark is responsible for radiation safety College-wide. He has led the creation and development of the College’s new Institute for Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing (Dr. Jennifer Smith, Co-director), and its component UV/EB Center, supported, in part, by a $1 million NYSERDA grant.
Chief Technology Officer, Rapid Cure Technologies.
Dan holds a B.S. in Chemistry, minor in Mathematics, from Le Moyne College. He is co-founder (with Tim Shaughnessy) of Rapid Cure Technologies, a formulator and manufacturer of environmentally friendly rapid-cure chemistries and processes. Dan has over 15 years’ experience in the research, development and commercialization of UV/EB technologies in various end-use markets, including automotive, general industrial, energy and military applications. Dan has also held numerous key managerial/director positions at two New York engineered materials manufacturers. Dan is an active member of RadTech International and also serves on the board of directors for the NYSERDA co-funded UV/EB Technology Center at SUNY-ESF.
Vice President of Business Development, PL Industries
Mike holds a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from Syracuse University, and a B.S. in Chemistry from Drexel University. Mike has been involved with radiation curing technologies for many years, and has worked with numerous industry leaders. Prior to his current position, Mike has worked as a Principal Research Fellow for Cytec Industries, Inc.; the Radcure Research Director at Cytec Surface Specialties; the Vice President of Research and Technology at UCB Chemicals Corporation; and a Research Director at NAPP Systems, Inc. Mike is currently working to seek out and evaluate new and innovative radiation cure technologies and applications.
Tony has published numerous articles, many dealing with the market, technology and environmental aspects of radiation processing. He holds fifteen US patents, many related to materials used in irradiation technology, with two pending. Tony holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Notre Dame and his Masters of Business Administration with a Certificate in International Business from Seton Hall University. During his industrial career, he had worked for Esso Research and Engineering in specialty polymers, for the Raychem Corporation, now Tyco Electronics, and for the accelerator manufacturer, Radiation Dynamics, now IBA Industrial. Since 1981, he has run his own consulting firm, IONICORP+, in Huntington, New York, which deals in materials and process development, venture appraisals and technology transfer. Clients have included major corporations, small and start-up companies who have engaged him in various projects involving the commercial use of electron beam and X-ray processing. Tony is a founding member and Past-President both of RadTech International North America, the industrial association for the advancement of radiation technology, and of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurement and Standards (CIRMS), a forum composed of individuals representing industry, academia and various US federal agencies and departments dealing with irradiation technology. He has conducted reviews on behalf of the National Research Council, the operating arm of the National Academies, including being a reviewer of the 2008 publication on Radiation Source Use and Replacement. He has consulted for the International Atomic Energy Agency on the effects of irradiation on medical devices, on radiation curable composites, and is completing a document for the agency on Industrial Electron Beam Processing. He has been a member of SPE since 1991.
Founding Fellow, Economy – Energy – Environment (E3) Foundation.
Jonathan earned a Ph.D. in Materials Science from Churchill College, University of Cambridge where his dissertation was Defect-reduced growth and characterisation of off-basal III-nitride quantum well structures, a Masters of Philosophy in Physics from Churchill College, University of Cambridge (2006), and a B.S. in Materials Science & Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Jonathan was a Post-Doctoral Research Associate, University of Cambridge, and an Undergraduate Research Assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies, University of California in Santa Barbara, Materials Research Laboratory,the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Materials Science & Engineering, and Syracuse University, Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science. As a Teaching Assistant at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign he was awarded the “Excellence in Teaching” university-wide distinction.