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Supply Chain Mechanical

Georgia, 30047, United States
March 23, 2011

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Phone: 678-***-****,


• To obtain a supply chain management position in the field of materials and mechanical engineering.


• Processing, formulation, thermal management, structure-property characterization and failure analysis of coating and film.

• Characterization of the structural - properties relations of composite materials.

• Materials Testing Ssytems: Micro-analysis (SEM, TEM, EDS, XRD, mechanical testing (MTS and Sin-Tech), thermal analysis (DSC, TGA, TMA, DMA), physical testing and as well as Micromeritics.

• MRP, cost and price analysis, materials purchasing, inventory control and logistics.

• Mechanical design & FEA (finite-element analysis).

• Deep understanding of business practice and cultures in USA & China.

• Management skills in international merchandise sourcing & procurement, marketing & sales, product development and profit & loss analysis.


• Mastered application softwares such as MS Office, ANSYS, LabView, Solidworks, Pro-e, and AutoCAD.

• Trained in programming languages Basic, C, Visual C++ and FORTRAN.


Optigenerators International, Inc., Norcross, GA

Materials Manager (May, 2006 – Dec. 2010)

• Managed cost-effective supply chain and 2 millions of inventory, and achieved 3 millions of revenue in sales in the last 4 years.

• Experienced in interacting with international & domestic vendors, suppliers and customers.

• Familiar with the whole set of parts supply line for generators and able to effectively source original suppliers for high quality product at low price quote.

• Proven solid analytical and problem solving skills in operation, maintenance, repair, dissembling and assembling of generators and power equipment.

Composite Materials Research Laboratory, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.

Postdoctoral Research Associate (Sep. 2003-Apr. 2006)

• Performed the electric field analysis in ANSYS environment to study the effect of stress on the voltage potential distribution in the slab for developing building monitoring method.

• Modeled piezoresistive behavior theoretically and mathematically using fracture mechanics, materials mechanics and electrical techniques.

• Synthesized carbon through mesophase pitch carbonization and researched the effect of carbon black on pitch carbonization and properties of carbon formed through pitch carbonization.

Composite Materials Research Laboratory, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.

Research Assistant (Jan.1998 – Aug. 2003)

• Developed high performance cement-based composite materials exceptional in their thermoelectric and electromagnetic interference shielding behavior.

• Identified failure cause on an extrusion metal die for a capacitor manufacturing company using optical microscope, scanning electron microscope and energy dispersion spectroscopy.

• Designed and made experimental tools for meeting various research need.

Technological Faculty of Maintenance Engineering, Guangzhou University, Guangzhou, China.

Materials Engineer (Apr.1995 - Dec.1997)

• Strong problem analyzing and solving ability for troubleshooting and maintaining manufacturing equipment and facilities.

• Solid experience in the repair and restoration of failed equipment using a variety of surface engineering techniques.

• Formulation and processing of high performance wear resistant thermal spray and electroplating coating.

Metallic Surface Alloying Research Laboratory, Department of Mechantronical Engineering, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China.

Research Assistant (Sep. 1992 – Apr. 1995)

• Developed process and formulation for high temperature oxidation and corrosion resistant coating on metal materials in low vacuum conditions.

• Designed and manufactured heat treatment furnace and vacuum chamber used for vacuum metallizing.


State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.

• Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (Jan.1998 – Aug.2003).

Dissertation: Development and Characterization of Cement-Based Materials for Electrical Applications.

South China University of Technology (SCUT), Guangzhou, China.

• M.S. in Materials Engineering (Sep.1992 - Apr.1995).

Thesis: Investigation of Low Vacuum Aluminizing on Steels.

Nanchang Institute of Aeronautical Technology (NIAT), Nanchang, China.

• B. S. in Materials Engineering (Sep.1988 - Jul.1992).

Diploma Project: Study of Alumino-Titanium Co-deposition on Ceramic- overlayered Steels.


• Promising Inventor Award, State University of New York, May 2003.

• Mark Diamond Research Fund Award, Graduate Student Association, State University of New York at Buffalo, Spring 2001.


• Concrete for Electromagnetic Interference Shielding.

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