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Chemical Engineering

Westminster, CA
December 09, 2019

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Gabriel Nguyen

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Innosense LLC, Torrance, CA

■ Research Engineer Jul 2019 – Present

● Prepared scientific technical reports

● Successfully advanced projects from SBIR Phase I to SBIR Phase II

● Led technical presentations with exectives, customers, and collaborators

● Formulated a smart paint prototype capable of suppressing dust clouds while identifying toxic metals at construction areas for the DOE

● Worked closely with Lockheed Martin Corporation in pilot-scale product development of innovative sensor deliverables for the MDA’s THAAD program

● Fabricated and tested microelectronic chemiresistive for detection of hypergolic gases such as nitrogen dioxide and monomethylhydrazine (MMH)

Adecco, Garden Grove, CA

■ Contract employee for Innosense LLC Jan 2019 – Jul 2019 EDUCATION University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California, USA Sep 2015 – Jun 2018

■ B.S. in Chemical Engineering

Golden West Community College, Huntington Beach, California, USA Aug 2013 – May 2015 SENIOR DESIGN


UCSD Chemical Engineering Department

■ Team Member Jan 2018 – Jun 2018

● Project: Optimization on solar panels electric generation from stored wasted heat

● Supervisors: Dr. Talbot, Mark Anderson (CEO), Ronald Pitt (Board Member of Directors)

● Focus: Organic Rankine Cycle, Economic Analysis, Safety and Environmental Analysis

● Summary: Designed a prototype organic Rankine cycle in Aspen Plus that optimized the conversion of stored wasted heat from solar panels to electricity

LAB EXPERIENCE ■ Batch Distillation

Compared theoretical and experimental average distillate ethanol concentrations in a batch distillation column

■ pH Control

Analysed controller types and parameters for the pH of a buffered solution

■ Low Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition (LPCVD)

Evaluated various process parameters on silicon deposition in a low pressure chemical vapor deposition reactor modeled using Langmuir-Hinchelwood kinetics

■ UV Photocatalysis

Characterized the degradation of methylene blue

■ Reverse Osmosis

Purified salt water using a reverse osmosis system

■ Cooling Tower

Evaluated cooling tower performance via the Merkel equation SKILLS Aspen Plus, FTIR, LATE

X, MATLAB, Microsoft Office, Presentations, Technical Reports, SEM CAMPUS


Newman Center Catholic Community at UCSD

■ Student Leader of Liturgy and Social Justice Committees Sep 2016 – Jun 2018

● Organized on and off campus Mass

● Trained students to become liturgical ministers

● Organized several community service events

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