ElectroChemist Resume

ElectroChemist
R&D / PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR 
ELECTROPLATING MANUFACTURING
Accomplished and result-driven electrochemist with verifiable track-record for successful implementation of innovative technologies and diversified experience in the areas of manufacturing materials and devices by utilizing electroplating processes. Highly regarded in the industry for delivering reliable and robust processes, depth and integrity of scientific research. Strong problem-solving talent. Excellent project management skills. Equally effective in communicating with various divisions within the company and with customers.
TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
• Lab Research and Development
• Staff Training and Supervision
• Cost-savings Initiatives
• Project Management
• Quality Control Procedures
• Performance Analysis
• Process Improvements
• Technical Writing
• Regulatory Compliance
• Customer Relations/Support
• Presentation Development
• Problem Anticipation/Solving
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Company, Town, XX                      Date – Date
Senior R&D Scientist
• Established proprietary PdNi plating process for reel-to-reel connector plating that cost-effectively replaced bath components with commodity chemicals, resulting an annual savings of $400,000.
• Improved the efficiency of Quality Control / Analytical Laboratory procedures and automation processes.
Company, Town, XX                      Date – Date 
Senior Scientist
• Devised and optimized plating processes for semiconductor components using SPC techniques such as barrel and rack plating, and developed an aqueous cleaning technology to substitute ozone-depleting solvents.
• Achieved a 30% cost reduction in the company’s $10 million operations.
Company, Town, XX                      Date – Date 
Program Manager
• Instituted electroplating processes that include Ni and Ni alloys, precious metals, and tin for the manufacturing of electronic components comprised of connectors, lead-frames, and passives.
• Co-developed processes in advanced packaging, applying multiple techniques incorporating the use of electroless Ni, Cu, Au, under-bump metallization, and plating through photo-resist.
Company, Town, XX                      Date – Date 
Research Consultant
• Retained by this manufacturer of sensors for the military and commercial marketplace to study the interaction of electrolytes/electrode materials in an effort to optimize the performance of electrochemical sensors.
Company, Town, XX                      Date – Date 
Research Consultant
• Participate in a research study of whisker phenomenon to find the solution for lead-free electronics. 
• Contribution includes the application of Physical Metallurgy principles to whisker formation mechanism.
EDUCATION
     University, Town, XX 
     PhD in Electrochemistry

     University, Town, XX 
     M.S., Chemistry Major

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