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  • 604 John Anthony Dr, West Chester, PA 19382 (610) 431-9315 (610) 431-4243
  • Charleston, SC
  • 9703 Chatham Oaks Trl, Charlotte, NC 28210 (704) 542-2647
  • Schenectady, NY
  • Wilmington, DE
  • Edgewood, KY
  • 604 John Anthony Dr, West Chester, PA 19382 (610) 733-1188

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Resumes

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Chief Technology Director At Agc Chemicals Americas Inc.

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Position:
Chief Technology Director at AGC Chemicals Americas Inc.
Location:
Greater Philadelphia Area
Industry:
Plastics
Work:
AGC Chemicals Americas Inc. since 2012
Chief Technology Director

AGC Chemicals Americas Inc. 2009 - 2011
Senior Director of Technology

AGC Chemicals Americas Inc. 2008 - 2009
Senior Director of Business

AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc. Feb 2007 - 2008
Business Director, Fluoropolymers

AGC Chemicals Americas Inc. 2006 - 2007
Director of Business Development, Fluon® Melts & AFLAS®
Education:
University of Oregon 1979 - 1981
Post Doctoral Fellow, Organic and organometallic chemistry
Dartmouth College 1975 - 1979
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Organic Chemistry
SUNY Geneseo 1971 - 1975
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Chemistry

Publications

Us Patents

Backsheet For A Photovoltaic Cell Module And Photovoltaic Cell Module Including Same

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US Patent:
2013033, Dec 19, 2013
Filed:
Jun 19, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/527112
Inventors:
Richard A. DeLucca - Coatesville PA,
Yoshiaki Higuchi - Yokohama-shi,
Evan D. Laganis - West Chester PA,
Yasumasa Yukawa - Chiba-shi,
International Classification:
H01L 31/0203
C08K 3/22
C08L 27/16
C08L 27/18
C08L 27/12
C08L 27/14
B32B 5/16
C08K 5/521
US Classification:
136259, 428220, 524430, 524140
Abstract:
A backsheet () for use in a photovoltaic cell module () comprises a fluororesin () and a plurality of encapsulated particles () dispersed in the fluororesin (). Each of the encapsulated particles () dispersed in the fluororesin () comprises a core particle (), which comprises titanium dioxide (TiO). Each of the encapsulated particles () further comprises a metal oxide layer () disposed about the core particle (). Further, each of encapsulated particles () also comprises an organic protective layer () disposed about the metal oxide layer (). A photovoltaic cell module () comprising the backsheet () is also disclosed.

Infrared Laser Recording Film

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US Patent:
4882265, Nov 21, 1989
Filed:
May 18, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/195231
Inventors:
Evan D. Laganis - Wilmington DE
Alden D. West - Hendersonville NC
Assignee:
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
G03C 184
US Classification:
430522
Abstract:
A photographic element useful as a laser medical recording film, for example, is described. This element has near infrared sensitivity and is characterized by having an absorbing layer with an absorbing dye as described herein present as an antihalation backing layer.

Preparation Of Anhydrous Organic Acid Salts

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US Patent:
4723016, Feb 2, 1988
Filed:
Feb 13, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/828978
Inventors:
Bertrand L. Chenard - Wilmington DE
Evan D. Laganis - Wilmington DE
Assignee:
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
C07D40100
C07C 5100
US Classification:
546319
Abstract:
One-step process for preparing anhydrous, organic acid alkali or alkaline earth metal salts by contacting and reacting an organic or polymeric acid fluoride, anhydride or ester and an organic alkali or alkaline earth metal silanolate.

Biphenyl Derivatives For Photostabilization In Pulsed Optical Darkening Apparatus And Method

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US Patent:
5080467, Jan 14, 1992
Filed:
Nov 27, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/619658
Inventors:
Frederic J. Kahn - Palo Alto CA
Richard Albert - San Jose CA
Jerry Leff - Saratoga CA
Evan D. Laganis - Wilmington DE
Howard Simmons - Newark NJ
Assignee:
Greyhawk Systems, Inc - Milpitas CA
International Classification:
G02F 112
US Classification:
359 45
Abstract:
An apparatus for a liquid crystal image projection system having a liquid crystal cell, including optical apparatus for inducing a uniform texture of scattering centers in a liquid crystal cell by impinging a pulse of optical energy on the liquid crystal cell, thereby the optical energy is absorbed and converted to thermal energy heating the liquid cyrstal to a second temperture, the end of the pulse bringing about a cooling which causes the liquid crystal centers within the liquid crystal cells to scatter in a uniform texture.

Red Sensitive Photopolymerizable Compositions

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US Patent:
5147758, Sep 15, 1992
Filed:
Feb 19, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/657736
Inventors:
William K. Smothers - Hockessin DE
Gregory C. Weed - Towanda PA
Evan D. Laganis - Wilmington DE
George Lalka - Lindenwold NJ
Assignee:
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
G03F 7032
G03F 7031
G03F 7029
US Classification:
430281
Abstract:
Photopolymerizable compositions which comprise a borate anion, a squarylium sensitizer, and, in the preferred case, a halomethyl triazine are disclosed.

Donor Element For Thermal Imaging Containing Infra-Red Absorbing Squarylium Compound

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US Patent:
5019549, May 28, 1991
Filed:
Oct 25, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/603278
Inventors:
Reid E. Kellogg - Wilmington DE
Evan D. Laganis - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
B41M 5035
B41M 526
US Classification:
503227
Abstract:
These is disclosed donor elements for laser-induced thermal imaging processes containing infra-red absorbing squarylium dyes of the following structure: ##STR1## wherein R. sup. 1, R. sup. 2, R. sup. 3, and R. sup. 4 are each independently alkyl groups of from one to eight carbon atoms.

Oxyanion-Catalyzed Polymerization

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US Patent:
4588795, May 13, 1986
Filed:
Mar 1, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/707193
Inventors:
Ira B. Dicker - Wilmington DE
William B. Farnham - Wilmington DE
Walter R. Hertler - Kennett Square PA
Evan D. Laganis - Wilmington DE
Dotsevi Y. Sogah - Wilmington DE
Thomas W. Del Pesco - Hockessin DE
Patrick H. Fitzgerald - Pitman NJ
Assignee:
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
C08F 416
US Classification:
526192
Abstract:
This invention resides in a polymerization process which is catalyzed by an oxyanion which can form a conjugate acid having a pKa (DMSO) of about 5 to about 24.

Liquid/Vapor Optical Modulator

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US Patent:
5193024, Mar 9, 1993
Filed:
Oct 31, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/606364
Inventors:
John A. Lawton - Landenberg PA
Evan D. Laganis - Wilmington DE
James L. Hohman - Newark DE
Assignee:
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
G02F 103
G02F 2600
US Classification:
359253
Abstract:
Apparatus and methods for modulating light involving the formation of bubbles in a normally opaque dye solution contained within a cell. The bubbles are created in the dye solution by focusing a beam from a laser in regions of the dye solution thereby vaporizing a solvent in the solution. When the bubble is formed, the modulator becomes substantially transparent in the region of the bubble. If the focused laser beam is turned off, the bubble condenses and the modulator again becomes opaque in the region of the condensed bubble.
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