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Chemical Engineering

Location:
Wilmington, North Carolina, 28409, United States
Posted:
November 07, 2018

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JOSEPH J. FILLION

**** ******* ** **********, ** 28409 419-***-****

ac7mt5@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY

M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering with a strong focus on materials development.

6 years of hands-on experience in materials analysis including viscosity, density, and CO2 solubility.

Excellent skills at problem solving and data analytics.

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Computer Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel), Micro-Station, and AutoCAD

Hard Skills: Chemical Engineering, Research and Development, Product Development, Research Scientist, Chemistry, Ionic Liquids, Data Analysis, Characterization, Materials Development, Materials Analysis, Viscosity / Rheology, Science, Math, Statistics, Laboratory, Safety

Soft Skills: Analytical, Creative Thinking, Problem Solving, Organization, Time Management, Multitasking, Collaboration, Teamwork, Communication, Presentation, Flexibility, Professionalism, Honesty and Integrity, Adaptable, Reliable, Motivation and Passion, Leadership, Management

EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME South Bend, IN

Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering February 2017

Thesis: Physical and Chemical Properties of Ionic Liquids:

Application for Co-Fluid Vapor Compression Refrigeration Cycle

Advisor: Dr. Joan Brennecke

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME South Bend, IN

Master of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering May 2016

THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO Toledo, Ohio

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (Minor, Chemistry) December 2008

Graduated summa cum laude in Honors Program

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING EXAM December 2008

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME South Bend, IN

Graduate Student, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering August 2010-February 2017

Created new chemical compounds in order to meet the goals of the Co-Fluid Vapor-Compression Cycle project by applying literature research and analytical skills

Developed and tested ionic liquids (ILs) that had a viscosity up to 70-90% lower than previously known ILs

Demonstrated that small amounts of tetraglyme are particularly effective in reducing the viscosity of ILs

Discovered IL-IL mixtures with exceptionally high and low viscosities compared to the pure ILs

Created two viscosity models that provided a molecular explanation for the observed unusual behavior of ionic liquids mixtures

Built an apparatus that allowed for the measurement of CO2 solubility in ionic liquids, which was used to find ILs with anions that met the target enthalpy of reaction with CO2

SSOE Toledo, Ohio

Co-op/Internship Summer 2006-Fall 2008

Operated Micro-Station and AutoCAD on a daily basis in order to identify errors within drawings and then met and discussed design errors with other engineers in order to properly correct errors within drawings to ensure accurate P&ID

Examined and corrected errors within drawings while managing, constructing, and verifying the valve count to prevent construction delays



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