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Soma Chakraborty

from Houston, TX
Age ~46

Soma Chakraborty Phones & Addresses

  • 10919 West St, Houston, TX 77064 (281) 477-8918
  • 3231 Allen St, Houston, TX 77019 (713) 807-0268
  • 3822 Braeswood Blvd, Houston, TX 77025 (832) 778-6943

Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Soma Chakraborty

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Specialties:
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Work:
Capital Women's CareCapital Womens Care
2141 K St STE 808, Washington, DC 20037
(202) 331-9293 (phone), (202) 659-0485 (fax)

Capital Womens Care
9711 Medical Ctr Dr STE 109, Rockville, MD 20850
(301) 762-5501 (phone), (301) 309-8727 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
Albany Medical College
Graduated: 1993
Procedures:
Vaccine Administration
Conditions:
Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding
Breast Disorders
Candidiasis of Vulva and Vagina
Conditions of Pregnancy and Delivery
Languages:
English
Description:
Dr. Chakraborty graduated from the Albany Medical College in 1993. She works in Rockville, MD and 1 other location and specializes in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Dr. Chakraborty is affiliated with Adventist Healthcare Shady Grove Medical Center and Sibley Memorial Hospital.

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Vehicle Records

Soma Chakraborty

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Address:
10919 West Rd APT 916, Houston, TX 77064
VIN:
1NXBR32E87Z899732
Make:
TOYO
Model:
CORO
Year:
2007

Resumes

Resumes

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Soma Chakraborty

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Location:
United States
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Soma Chakraborty 743145, IN

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Work:
back office executive jobKolkata, West Bengal
Education:
vidyasagar university
Kolkata, West Bengal
2011 to 2014
M.Sc in environmental science

Skills:
desktop publishing
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Soma Chakraborty Houston, TX

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Work:
HDFC Bank Ltd

Jan 2011 to May 2012
Branch Operations Manager (Senior Manager)

HDFC Bank Ltd

Jun 2003 to Dec 2010
Personal Banker authorizer (Manager)

Education:
oldest B-School in India
2003
MBA in Marketing

Lady Brabourne College
Kolkata, West Bengal
2000
Bachelor of Science

Publications

Us Patents

Method Of Forming Polymer Nanocomposite

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US Patent:
8318838, Nov 27, 2012
Filed:
Sep 9, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/878507
Inventors:
Gaurav Agrawal - Aurora CO,
Soma Chakraborty - Houston TX,
Ping Duan - Cypress TX,
Michael H. Johnson - Katy TX,
Assignee:
Baker Hughes Incorporated - Houston TX
International Classification:
C08K 5/16
C08K 5/41
US Classification:
524200, 524155
Abstract:
A method for making a polymer composite comprises mixing, a thermosetting polymer precursor, and 0. 01 to 30 wt % of a derivatized nanoparticle based on the total weight of the polymer composite, the derivatized nanoparticle including functional groups comprising carboxy, epoxy, ether, ketone, amine, hydroxy, alkoxy, alkyl, aryl, aralkyl, alkaryl, lactone, functionalized polymeric or oligomeric groups, or a combination comprising at least one of the forgoing functional groups.

Polarizable Nanoparticles And Electrorheological Fluid Comprising Same

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US Patent:
2013011, May 9, 2013
Filed:
Nov 3, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/288404
Inventors:
Oleg A. Mazyar - Houston TX,
Soma Chakraborty - Houston TX,
Terry R. Bussear - Spring TX,
Michael H. Johnson - Katy TX,
Assignee:
BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED - Houston TX
International Classification:
B32B 5/16
B05D 7/14
B05D 5/12
B82Y 99/00
US Classification:
428403, 427 58, 427122, 4271261, 4271263, 977773
Abstract:
A nanoparticle composition includes a metal nanoparticle, and a continuous dielectric coating on a surface of the metal nanoparticle, the nanoparticle composition being a dielectric material. A nanoparticle is in addition the reaction product of an organometallic compound. An electrorheological fluid comprises the nanoparticle composition and a dielectric fluid, and a method of making an electrorheological fluid is also disclosed.

Method Of Deploying Nanoenhanced Downhole Article

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US Patent:
2013006, Mar 14, 2013
Filed:
Sep 9, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/229332
Inventors:
Randall V. Guest - Spring TX,
Soma Chakraborty - Houston TX,
Gaurav Agrawal - Aurora CO,
Don C. Cox - Roanoke TX,
XiaoWei Wang - Houston TX,
Assignee:
BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED - Houston TX
International Classification:
E21B 43/24
E21B 33/12
B82Y 99/00
US Classification:
166309, 166387, 977902
Abstract:
A method of deploying a downhole article comprising a shape memory material, the shape memory material comprising a nanoparticle having greater thermal conductivity than an identical shape memory material but without the nanoparticle; the method comprising heating the article while in a compacted state to change the article to a non-compacted state. A method of deploying the downhole article where the article is a packer element is also disclosed.

Methods Of Fabricating Polycrystalline Diamond, And Cutting Elements And Earth-Boring Tools Comprising Polycrystalline Diamond

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US Patent:
2013006, Mar 21, 2013
Filed:
Sep 14, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/619561
Inventors:
Anthony A. DiGiovanni - Houston TX,
Soma Chakraborty - Houston TX,
Assignee:
BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED - Houston TX
International Classification:
E21B 10/54
US Classification:
175434
Abstract:
Methods of fabricating polycrystalline diamond include functionalizing surfaces of carbon-free nanoparticles with one or more functional groups, combining the functionalized nanoparticles with diamond nanoparticles and diamond grit to form a particle mixture, and subjecting the particle mixture to high pressure and high temperature (HPHT) conditions to form inter-granular bonds between the diamond nanoparticles and the diamond grit. Cutting elements for use in an earth-boring tool includes a polycrystalline diamond material formed by such processes. Earth-boring tools include such cutting elements.

Polarizable Nanoparticles And Electrorheological Fluid Comprising Same

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US Patent:
2013006, Mar 21, 2013
Filed:
Sep 19, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/235762
Inventors:
Terry R. Bussear - Spring TX,
Soma Chakraborty - Houston TX,
Michael H. Johnson - Katy TX,
Assignee:
BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED - Houston TX
International Classification:
H01B 3/02
C08F 20/16
C08F 12/06
H01B 3/30
C08F 12/08
B82Y 30/00
US Classification:
252572, 252570, 25218232, 25218212, 5253333, 5253303, 977734, 977742, 977773
Abstract:
An electrorheological fluid comprises a nanoparticle composition comprising a nanoparticle, uncoated or coated with a polymeric or metallic coating and covalently bonded to or coated on a surface of a polymeric or inorganic particle; and a dielectric fluid having a dielectric constant lower than that of the nanoparticle composition. A nanoparticle composition also comprises a carbon-based nanoparticle, covalently bonded to or coated on a surface of a conjugated polymer particle or inorganic particle, wherein the nanoparticle composition is a dielectric material.

Polycrystalline Compacts Including Grains Of Hard Material, Earth-Boring Tools Including Such Compacts, And Methods Of Forming Such Compacts And Tools

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US Patent:
2013009, Apr 18, 2013
Filed:
Oct 12, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/650876
Inventors:
Baker Hughes Incorporated - Houston TX,
Anthony A. DiGiovanni - Houston TX,
Gaurav Agrawal - Aurora CO,
Soma Chakraborty - Houston TX,
Assignee:
BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED - Houston TX
International Classification:
E21B 10/46
B01J 3/06
B24D 3/04
US Classification:
175428, 51307, 51309
Abstract:
Polycrystalline compacts include a polycrystalline superabrasive material comprising a first plurality of grains of superabrasive material having a first average grain size and a second plurality of grains of superabrasive material having a second average grain size smaller than the first average grain size. The first plurality of grains is dispersed within a substantially continuous matrix of the second plurality of grains. Earth-boring tools may include a body and at least one polycrystalline compact attached thereto. Methods of forming polycrystalline compacts may include coating relatively larger grains of superabrasive material with relatively smaller grains of superabrasive material, forming a green structure comprising the coated grains, and sintering the green structure. Other methods include mixing diamond grains with a catalyst and subjecting the mixture to a pressure greater than about five gigapascals (5.0 GPa) and a temperature greater than about 1,300° C. to form a polycrystalline diamond compact.

Nano-Coatings For Articles

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US Patent:
2013010, May 2, 2013
Filed:
Dec 20, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/721320
Inventors:
Soma Chakraborty - Houston TX,
Jiang Zhu - Missouri City TX,
Gaurav Agrawal - Aurora CO,
Assignee:
Baker Hughes Incorporated - Houston TX
International Classification:
C09D 7/12
US Classification:
427535, 4274071, 427240, 427409, 427410, 4274121, 977902
Abstract:
A composite includes a substrate, a binder layer disposed on a surface of the substrate; and a nanofiller layer comprising nanographene and disposed on a surface of the binder layer opposite the substrate. In addition, a nano-coating layer for coating a substrate includes multiple alternating layers of the binder layer and the nanofiller layer. Articles coated with the nano-coating layer prepared from alternating layers of nanofiller layer and binder layer have improved barrier properties, and may be used in down-hole applications.

Magnetic Nanoparticles And Magnetorheological Fluid Comprising Same

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US Patent:
2013011, May 9, 2013
Filed:
Nov 3, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/288419
Inventors:
Oleg A. Mazyar - Houston TX,
Soma Chakraborty - Houston TX,
Terry R. Bussear - Spring TX,
Michael H. Johnson - Katy TX,
Assignee:
BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED - Houston TX
International Classification:
H01F 1/44
H01F 1/01
B82Y 30/00
US Classification:
252 6254, 252 6255, 977773, 977902, 977734
Abstract:
A nanoparticle composition comprises a ferromagnetic or superparamagnetic metal nanoparticle, and a functionalized carbonaceous coating on a surface of the ferromagnetic or superparamagnetic metal nanoparticle. A magnetorheological fluid comprises the nanoparticle composition.
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