123 Elm Street, Miami, FL 33183
Actively seeking a position as a materials
engineer with an organization in need of a
professional with proven techniques and technological skills,
multitasking abilities, and drive to exceed corporate objectives.
Accomplished and focused professional
with demonstrated experience in chemical equipment and
devise processes for manufacturing chemicals and products.
Recognized for professionalism, positive mental attitude,
commitment to excellence, and demonstrated ability to
communicate and working with senior management, associates, and
customers. Able to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines
under pressure. Self-motivated and able to work independently or
in a team. Excellent interpersonal skills, able to communicate
and collaborate effectively with co-workers at all levels. Adept
in Computer applications including Mathematical Analysis
Software: MATLAB and MAPLE, Statistical Analysis Software (SAS).
Aspen Plus Simulation Engine, Microsoft Office and Computer
Programming Language: FORTRAN. Bilingual and bi-literate in
English and Mandarin languages.
Analysis Techniques; Gas
Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS), Total Organic
Carbon (TOC), High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC),
Ion Chromatography system (ICP), UV/Visible
Spectrophotometer, Ion-selective electrode and Atomic
Membrane functionalization and membrane separation including
MF, UF and NF.
Senior Materials Engineer
ABC Corporation, Materials Engineering, Miami, FL,
Conducts research in detoxification of organic
pollutants using chelate based Fenton reaction such as monomeric
and polymeric chelating agent. The objective is to apply free
hydroxyl radical reaction at groundwater remediation. Chelating
agents were used for controlling free ferrous and ferric ion
concentration and preventing precipitation even at neutral pH
environment. The kinetics of these reactions was studied by
disappearance of parent compound and formation of chloride in
Effectively performed oxidation of
chlorinated aromatics by hydroxyl radicals in presence of
mono-chelate (citrate) or poly-chelate (polyacrylic acid) at
neutral pH environment.
Strategically developed immobilization of
polyacrylic acid in solid support (membrane or
functionalized silica particles).
Productively established mechanism of
chelate based modified Fenton reaction and developed kinetic
models through numerical simulation.
Successfully illustrated the effective
dechlorination of carbon tetrachloride (could not be
oxidized by free hydroxyl radicals) by chelate based
modified Fenton reaction at neutral pH environment.
one REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) student in
Materials Process Technician
BCD Refining Company, Miami, FL, 20xx-20xx
Played a key role in handling start-up and
shut-down for RCC (residue catalytic cracking) complex
including: Reaction, Fractionator, Alkylation, MTBE, Sulfur
Recovery and Wastewater Treatment Unit.
Strategically performed troubleshooting
Worked closely with teams and provided
Successfully collaborated in work place
Petrochemical, Miami, FL, 20xx-20xx
Administered creation and production of
rubber additive from RCC slurry oil.
Productively recognized corrosive
characteristics of RCC gasoline.
Effectively associated and participated in
startup and commission team for new RCC complex.
University of XYZ Miami, FL, 20xx
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering
Miami, FL, 20xx
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, GPA: 3.67
Advance Mass Transfer
Advanced Chemical Engineering
Chemical Reactor Design
Regression and Correlation
American Institute of Chemical
Engineers (AIChE) Member
Member of Safety Committee of ABC
Kendall, J., Bachas,
L.G., Bhattacharyya, D., "Biphenyl Detoxification by
Poly-chelate (Polyacrylic Acid) Modified Fenton Reaction at
Neutral pH environment", To be submitted, 20xx.
Kendall, J., Bachas,
L.G., Bhattacharyya, D., "Kinetics Studies of
Trichlorophenol Destruction by Chelate-Based Fenton
Reaction", Environ. Eng. Sci., 22, 756-771, 20xx.
ORAL AND POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Kendall, J., Bachas,
L.G., Bhattacharyya, D., "Chlorinated Organic Compounds
Destruction by Modified Fenton Reaction Involving
Iron-Chelate" Annual SBRP Meeting conducted by the NIEHS,
New York, January 11-13, 20xx.
Bachas, L.G., Bhattacharyya, D., "Oxidation of
Trichlorophenol by Chelate Modified Fenton Reaction", Annual
Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
(AIChE), Austin, TX, November 7-12, 20xx.