2008 – Founded Flexor Energy Company
1995 – Now: Instrumentation and Research Associate and Graduate Faculty Instructor in Chemistry Department at University of Maine
1992 – 1995: Created MicroPhysics: An award-winning computer software/hardware business.
1988 – 1991: Teaching and Research Assistant, Physics Department, University of Maine
1985 – 1987: Computer Science/Math/Structural Engineering Teacher, Southern Maine Tech.
1983 – 1985: Pulsar Research Project in AstroPhysics at UVM and Arecibo Observatory, Puerto Rico
1982 – 1983: Computer Science Teacher, Champlaign College, Burlington Vermont
2010: Circular Grating Spectrometer
2008: Flexor Wind System
Master of Engineering (Engineering Physics) 1991 University of Maine
Bachelor of Science (Engineering Physics) University of Maine
Associate of Science (Civil Engineering Tech.) University of Maine
Flexor Energy Technology
Cryofocussing Techniques in Mass Spectroscopy.
Analytical FT Graduate Lab
Raman and Fluorescence Design
Metal Doped Zeolites and Photochemical Processes.
Inter-Chem-Net: Incorporating networked instrumentation in a Chemistry Lab.
Other Creative Accomplishments
Instrumentation Workshop Series for Chemistry Department (21 Topics )
Restoration of Raman, FTIR, Fluorescence spectrometers
Interchemnet Software Development
Developed: Mass Identification Smart Tool Software for MS analysis
Developed: Interactive Quantum Electrodynamic Interference Pattern Software Tool
Developed: Interactive Gaussian Peak Deconvolution Software Tool
MicroPhysics award winning PC Science Lab. Computers in Physics, Vol. 7, No. 6, P. 653.
Energy Production and Storage.
Geothermal Heat Pump, EBike
Applying a Physics Analogy to Teaching and Learning.
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