Years of experience in a mechanical goods factory as well as in a custom mixing facility has provided a good insight into a practical approach to formulation design that addresses not only the manufacturing needs but also the end product requirements. Having been associated for forty years with synthetic rubber producers has given an insight to the basic properties of the multitude of families and varieties therein that is very beneficial in the selection of the most appropriate polymer for any formulation.
Education
B. A. Sc. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Toronto in Canada.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Over twenty technical bulletins on various uses of synthetic rubber were generated while in the technical service laboratory of a synthetic rubber producer as well as over twenty papers were presented to various
Rubber Groups and the Rubber Division of the American Chemical Society. These were on the selection of the most appropriate elastomer and the design of the formulation that best fit the requirements of both the manufacturing and end product.  
Personal Interests
Playing bridge, golf, entertaining and travelling.