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Dr. Patrick C. Lee received his M.A.Sc. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto in 2001 and 2006, respectively. Then he pursued Postdoctoral study in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Minnesota under Prof. Chris Macosko. Dr. Lee began his professional career at The Dow Chemical Company in 2008. He was a Research Scientist in Dow's Core Research and Development organization. Dr. Lee joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Vermont as an assistant professor in 2014, then joined the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at The University of Toronto starting July 1st, 2018. Since joining U of Toronto, he created the research platform on the lightweight composite structures. Dr. Lee has 61 research journal papers, more than 100 refereed conference abstracts/papers, 2 book chapters, and 19 filed or issued patent applications. He is the PI or co-PI on domestically and internationally awarded grants from various government agencies and industries. Among his honors, Dr. Lee received the US National Science Foundation Early Faculty Career Development Award (CAREER) in 2018, the PPS Morand Lambla award in 2018, the Hanwha Advanced Materials Non-Tenured Faculty Award in 2017, 3 "best paper" awards from the Society of Plastics Engineer (2005, 2 in 2011). He also served for ANTEC TPM&F 2019 as the Technical Program Chair.
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Mr. Mohammad Ali Nikousaleh received his bachelor's and master's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Kassel. During his bachelor thesis, he investigated the "Stereocomplication and Additivation of PLA with a twin-screw extruder". Afterward, in his master's thesis, he continued his research on the influence of UVC irradiation as a surface activation method for bisphenol A polycarbonate to improve adhesion in TP-LSR composites, which was awarded the "Ráchling Prize" at the University of Bayreuth in 2018. Parallel to his studies, he worked on various projects, enabling him to gain more experience in scientific and practical topics. His professional experience in Germany includes working experience at Dow Corning Company (Wiesbaden; Germany) and Alutrim Company (Kyritz; Germany). Since January 2020, he is a research assistant at the University of Kassel and is engaged in multi-component injection molding of liquid silicone rubber.
Robert Migliorini has been teaching a similar type workshop for over 15 years. His experience is as follows: A Senior Licensing Associate in the technology transfer office at Yale University and also an independent Patent Attorney. Prior to that, he worked for 18 years as a Senior IP counsel with Exxon Mobil Corporation where he assisted clients in all aspects of IP law, including patent preparation and prosecution, patent opinions, client counseling, and IP agreements and licensing. He is an author or coauthor of six IP journal articles related to patent law. Prior to becoming an attorney, Robert worked for 17 years for ExxonMobil Chemical Co., Films Business, in a variety of technical, operations and leadership positions. He is also an inventor or coinventor of 14 U.S. patents related to thermoplastic and metallized films. He also has extensive experience in coating, printing, metallizing and laminating technology. He is licensed to practice law in various states and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Robert is also an adjunct law professor at both Pace University School of Law and Quinnipiac University School of Law where he teaches courses in Patent Practice & Procedure and IP Agreements & Licensing to law students. Close Medical Plastics and Polymers: Fundamentals and New Growth Drivers That You Need to Know Maureen Reitman, Ph.D. Group Vice President & Principal Engineer Exponent Len Czuba President Czuba Consulting Workshop OverviewThis workshop is intended for engineers, scientists and professionals already in the medical materials field who are looking for fresh insights into recent trends; as well as students, engineers, scientists and professionals who are not currently in the field, or are new to it but who are interested in learning more about medical material fundamentals along with recent trends in the medical materials field. Due to the complexity of the medical technology field, there are many new developments of which engineers, professionals, suppliers, manufacturers and other stakeholders may not be aware. This workshop will help broaden attendees understanding of the field and recent developments. This workshop will be organized into sections addressing (a) industry fundamentals and the evolving regulatory framework, (b) work-horse materials for industry sectors, (c) Industry drivers including sustainability and environmental issues, and (d) emerging materials for the life sciences. 350c69d7ab