Eugene Farley Douglass 2182 Buie Philadelphus Rd Red Springs, NC 28377 910-843-7220 email: email@example.com Objective: Expert, Expert Witness – Chemistry, Carbohydrate Polymers, Coatings, Membranes EDUCATION: DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY – Fiber / Polymer Science Chemistry August 2010 North Carolina State University – College of Textiles, Fiber/Polymer Science Program Research Project: Cellulose Membranes – Novel Solvent System Publications: A Review of Cellulose and Cellulose Blends for Preparation of Bio-derived and Conventional Membranes, Nanostructured Thin Films, and Composites EF Douglass, H Avci, R Boy, OJ Rojas, R Kotek - Polymer Reviews, 2017 “Cellulose - polysaccharide membranes cast from a novel green solvent system”, Eugene F Douglass, Richard Kotek, Richard Venditti, Joel Pawlak; 03/2010; In proceeding of: 239th ACS National Meeting, At San Francisco, CA, Volume: Division of Cellulose and Renewable Materials, CELL Poster Session - PM Session, 109 “Cellulose - Polysaccharide Membranes Cast from a Novel Green Solvent System”, Eugene F. Douglass, Richard Kotek, Richard Venditti, Joel Pawlak, 8th National Graduate Research Polymer Conference June 6-10, 2010, Chapel Hill, NC MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE – Polymer Science Chemistry August 1982 University of Connecticut, M.S. Polymer Science (Chemistry) Research Project: Aging Characteristics of Lightly Sulfonated Polystyrene Salts Analysis and Characterization of Polymers and Chemicals Methods: X-ray, TA, FTIR, DSC, etc. September 1979 - February 1981 North Dakota State University – Polymer and Coatings Department, All the courses they offered in Polymers and Coatings (Paint Chemistry), except Physical Chemistry of Coatings. Advanced Organic Chemistry, Spectral Identification of Organic Compounds. WORK EXPERIENCE Expert Witness: In 1996 I assisted a local law firm in the Federated States of Micronesia in the state of Pohnpei, regarding blasting damage that was alleged to have been caused to a neighbor’s home foundation by a mining of gravel operation on adjacent property. Based on my teaching experience, on Earth Science and my understanding of the Chemistry of explosives, I prepared a report and testified as part of the defense before the Supreme Court of the Federated States of Micronesia. Mostly, my teaching of Chemistry, and assorted Science courses, before students is essentially acting as an expert in Chemistry before my students. Industry: January 1995 - August 1995 Research Chemist - Increte Systems Inc., Odessa, FL; Prepared Concrete Stain product line, Various Concrete Coatings, some manufacturing support. February 1984 - May 1986 A.E. Staley Manufacturing Company, Decatur, IL; Applications Chemist, One Patent #4,663,388. Developed Applications for Stalink Reactive Cellulose Esters in Composites, and Conventional and UV Cure Coatings. Extensive customer sales support, and technical service. Part-time Paint Chemist working for small paint company (closed) in San Diego, CA, formulation, testing of coatings and paint manufactured for the US Navy, 1988 & 1989. Academia: August 2020 – May 2021 Visiting Associate Professor, Presbyterian College Teaching General Chemistry 1 and 2, and associated labs. One year assignment. January 2018 – December 2019 Lecturer, University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley, Brownsville Texas, Taught General and Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 and associated labs. Temporary semester by semester assignment. August 2016 – May 2017 Assistant Professor of Chemistry, American University in Iraq – Sulaimani, taught Chemistry 1 and Physical Science. August 2011 – July 2015 Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan Publications: “Development and characterization of compatible cellulose and cellulose blended with soy protein membranes using a novel solvent system”, Eugene F Douglass, Richard Kotek; 03/2015; In proceeding of: 249th American Chemical Society National Meeting, At Denver, Colorado, USA, Volume: Division of Cellulose Chemistry “Cellulose and Soy Proteins Based Membrane Networks”, Yidan Zhu, Eugene Douglass, Tom Theyson, Robina Hogan, Richard Kotek; Macromolecular Symposia 01/2013; 329:70-86. DOI:10.1002/masy.201300032 “Development and characterization of compatible cellulose blend membranes using cellulose and other natural biopolymers using a novel solvent system”, Eugene F Douglass, Richard Kotek; 09/2013; In proceeding of: 246th American Chemical Society National Meeting, At Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, Volume: Division of Carbohydrate Chemistry January 2005 – December 2007 Lecturer in Chemistry, UNC - Pembroke, NC Allied Health Chemistry 1 and 2, and General Chemistry October 1991 – December 2004 Teaching Chemistry in Community Colleges, Colleges, Universities and at the High School level: General Chemistry 1 and 2, Allied Health Chemistry 1 and 2, Intro to Chemistry and associated labs, Various Science and Math classes, Computer classes – Full-time, Part-Time and Substitute teaching References Dr. Richard Kotek, PhD, Professor & Advisor, NCSU – College of Textiles, 919-515-6585, Richard_Kotek@ncsu.edu Dr. Peter Hauser, PhD, Professor and Associate Dean, retired, NCSU – College of Textiles, firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. William Oxenham, PhD, Professor, NCSU – College of Textiles, 919-515-6573 email@example.com Dr. Martin Hubbe, PhD, Professor, NCSU – Wood and Paper Science, Raleigh, NC, 919-513-3022, firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Mehdi Afshari, PhD, Research Scientist, DuPont, Richmond, VA email@example.com
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