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Martinjdudziak Energy Sector Resume May2012

  1. 1. Professional Resume – focus on Energy Sector (2012) M. J. Dudziak, PhD Martin Joseph Dudziak martinjd@tetradyn.com martin@instinnovstudy.org +1 (804) 740-0342 (202) 415-7295 (505) 926-1399This resume is focused upon my work in and pertinent to the energy sector, spanning biofuels, petrochem, nuclear, andinnovative, exploratory research, development, and applications. A complete curriculum vitae is available with extendedadditional material pertaining to experience in basic physics, mathematics, biomedical and life sciences, and computingas well as to work in management, business development and also hands-on operation of instruments and equipment.Current / Recent Special Projects and EngagementsAlternatives to Water-based Fracturing (Fracking) Fluids for Shale-Gas DrillingAn in-depth review and analysis of completing and potential fluids and methods of use for improving yield, safety, andenvironmental quality in the process of exploration and drilling for natural gas in shale-bed deposits.Hydrogen production for fuel or for use in water synthesisAnalysis and recommendations for improving the use of biomass and syngas derivations from other sources in order toproduce clean hydrogen for use as a fuel or for combustion directly onsite for water production.Hybrid hydrogen and alternative backup energy sources for vehicle powerFocus on a unique metal-hydride storage system for hydrogen to be used in fuel cells, with backup power from bothexternal combustion and solar technologies, including automobile grid power distribution.Improved sample collection, data acquisition, chain-of-custody, LIMS operation, and mobile analyticsFocus upon development of the EcoPOD™ system coupled with the COPPER software for rapid deployment of mobile orsemi-mobile analysis platforms including GC/MS, AA, FTIR, XRF, Raman, AFM, and others.Hybrid solar and wind system designOptimizing the physical integration and deployment of Si-based, CIGS, and OLED photovoltaic media into hybridsymbiotic systems, and also employing solar power technology in the structures of wind-generation platforms.RMERRadiation Medical Emergency Response, an adaptation and integration of several sensing, monitoring, robotics, andinformatics tools to provide rapid disbursement and integrated work by teams for assessment, monitoring, medicaldiagnostics and treatment, and food/water/structure safety with respect to natural, accidental and intentional radiationreleases and exposures.Automated and human-assisted algorithms, heuristics and applications for process anomalydetection and responsive countermeasuresApplied R&D and integration of existing instrumentation and software for providing an early warning and adjustmentsystem with applications to multiple energy production (e.g. drilling, mining), transportation and unloading, storage, andconsumption of chemicals and hazardous materials to mitigate security and safety risks and to optimize economical andenvironmental strengths.BioProt™Analysis, surface bioprotection treatment, including for microbe-susceptible pipes, conduits and tanks. Treatment isprecided and enhanced by a refined methodology for monitoring and also training of workers and/or general-public forpreventive measures against a variety of contact/exchange transmissible pathogens.EcOasis PodLab™Modular, reconfigurable trailer/container-based facility with options for field operations with chemical and pathogenanalytics, emergency water filtration, public health diagnostics lab, and satellite-based internet communications –providing mobile diagnostics and public-access informatics; included are ECLEAR™ Kit (biosafety & health aids kit).dRAKE™Multi-technology system for early warning of at-sea approach of threats (e.g., pirates) for large carrier and tanker ships,particularly LNG carriers, including use of AUV and electronic countermeasures for prevention of seizure or destruction.Updated 5/9/2012 1 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
  2. 2. Professional Resume – focus on Energy Sector (2012) M. J. Dudziak, PhDKey Positions (Summary)Chief Scientist / Managing Director TETRADYN (TETRAD Technologies Group) (2002 - present)Co-Founder / Director Institute for Innovative Study (2010 – present)Visiting Professor Moscow State University (2002 – 2005)Research Scientist & Group Manager Intel Corporation (2000 – 2003)Director of R&D Silicon Dominion Corporation (1996 - 2001)Professor (dual departmental appts.) Virginia Commonwealth University (MCV) (1993 - 98)Senior Scientist SGS-Thomson Microelectronics (1988 - 93)Senior Engineer / Project Manager Martin-Marietta Aerospace (1985 - 88)Research Scientist Battelle Laboratories (1983 - 85)Formal Higher EducationBA (high honors, dual-major), Colgate University, Hamilton, NYPostgrad program in computer science at UCSB and UCLA, Los Angeles, CAMS, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MDPhD, Theoretical and Computational Physics, Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, OH “Quantum Processes and Dynamic Networks in Physical and Biological Systems” (doctoral advisors: D. Finkelstein, D. Bohm, B. Hiley, K. Sharpe, J. Crain)Professional Experience 2002 - Present: Chief Scientist (Co-Founder), TETRADYN (TETRAD Technologies Group, Inc.)Specific projects and accomplishments are described in summary sections above. Development ofenergy/fuel and environmental testing, modeling and preventive systems and protocols (including sensornets, analytical methods, surface treatments, situation awareness communications) relating to biological,chemical & radiation agent) risks in refinery plants, field sites, transportation, and power generation plants.Development of sensing, imaging, and recognition methodologies for (principally) community-based andenvironmental health threat detection/abatement applications. Management and re-organization of anenvironmental analysis laboratory. Designed CRAIDO and EcOasis Pod systems (mobile, trailer-based labanalysis pertaining to environmental and public health processes). Analytical instrumentation includedGC/MS, FTIR, XRF, AFM, Raman, HPLC, AA and radiation spectroscopy. Extensive architecture design andprogramming of analytical functions (Matlab, Mathematica, Maple, LISP, Qi, C++, PHP).R&D in intelligent control, sensing, imaging and actuator response, principally chem/bio/rad: CEBIT(Chemical-Explosives-Biological Identification and Tracking), Nomad Eyes (distributed CEBIT-basedsituation awareness, early warning and response network), CUBIT (Coordinated Unified BiothreatIntervention and Treatment) and EcoPOD (rapidly reconfigurable and mobile lab modules for use on land, atsea and in extreme, harsh environments).Responsible for distributed technical and scientific team management, proposal/bid development, businessplan components, project management, product evaluation (technical and market/customer acceptance).Sensing, imaging, and recognition work principally directed toward biomedical and public health (pandemicapplications including testing and training. Consulting contracts have included: Intel, Boeing, Solutia, BP,CDC, ST Microelectronics, other academic institutions and govt. agencies.Experienced in setup and management of new lab/center environments, procurement, businessdevelopment planning including spin-outs and new ventures, new team formation, public presentations andcommunications. 2000 - 2003: Group Manager and Research Lead, Intel Corporation (USA, Costa Rica, Russia)Responsible for consortium-activity with regional (Costa Rica and Latin America) scientific institutions(CENAT, FUNDES, LANAMME) as part of corporate new business development. Research focused uponnanomaterials and biochip (microfluidic) technologies for clinical and consumer uses. Managed twoseparate and distributed international teams. Performed integral role in formation of new lab (consortiumwith CENAT) for nanotech and virtual e-collaboration R&D; key project was a nanoscalar anthrax sensor.Assisted as analyst/advisor for Intel Capital VC investment.Updated 5/9/2012 2 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
  3. 3. Professional Resume – focus on Energy Sector (2012) M. J. Dudziak, PhDArchitect and manager of development team responsible for high-speed data movement and transfer systemdesigned for enterprise business and manufacturing applications (ADaM – Advanced Data Mover – a full-enterprise ETL system). Produced prototype system in record time that outperformed prior in-house systemand alternative third-party vendor offerings, demonstrating cost-effective solution for meeting strategic needs.Java, C++, .Net, XML, PHP, SQL, Oracle, UML among primary resources used. 1996 - 2001: CEO and Director of R&D (Co-Founder), Silicon Dominion Corporation, Richmond, VADirected development efforts of startup R&D company (with a twelve-person offshore tech team; Russia andEastern Europe) producing products in two areas: (i) nanotech - magneto-optic sensing, carbon nanotubefabrication and array structuring, and modeling tools for biotech applications;(ii) internet-based research and research-collaboration tools. Products included Open Stream Media andOpen Net Tool Suite (medical and public health oriented software and networks). MEMS-based molecularsensing R&D led to architecture & platform of molecular-scale pathogen detectors. Specific IT productsincluded Open Stream Media and Open Net Tool Suite, including vMessenger, vLive!, Open Stream Viewer(patents pending). Designed XML-based OSML (Open Stream Markup Language) and ANGEL adaptivevideo codec. Java, C++, XML, PHP, Oracle, MySQL were the primary software resources used. 1993 - 1998: Assistant/Associate Professor, Physics and Biomedical Engineering (dual appointments),Virginia Commonwealth University (Medical College of Virginia), Richmond, VAFounded and directed the Molecular Engineering and Biocomputing Center (MEBC lab). Research focus onapplications of nonlinear models and complex systems (cellular automata, attractors) to biological signalingand nanosystems. Developed genetic-algorithm and neural-net models. Seminal research in quantumsolitonic (tensegriton) models, macroscopic quantum effects (biosolitons), nanostructured materials, andexperimental work on intracellular submicron imaging using in vitro neural cell cultures.Teaching included courses in physics and biomedical/biomaths (graduate, undergrad levels) plus PhDsupervision. Initiated community mentoring and urban after-school program. Implemented a pioneeringinternet-based telemedicine information resource and medical informatics network linking U.S. hospitals &companies with institutions in Russia and other countries. Managed student and professional volunteers.Parallel C, C++, Java, LISP, OCCAM, SQL, Oracle were used and taught. 1988 - 1993: Senior Scientist, Special Projects, SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics (now ST.com),Baltimore MD (Concurrent 1991-1992: Visiting Faculty, VA Tech & Radford Univ.)Introduced use of AFM and STM for defect and fault analysis. Designed prototype development of real-timeparallel processing and also a pattern recognition processor chip for object recognition and microcontrol.Core neural chip was later applied to handwritten character recognition. Led and served on technical teamand task group for prototyping, training and assimilating feedback on new microprocessor and imageprocessing devices. Established a corporate-university joint research project focused upon neuro/cardiomedical signal processing (Silicon Graphics server array). Parallel C, C++, OCCAM were co-developed,used and taught intensively. 1985 - 88: Senior Engineer / Project Manager, Martin Marietta Aerospace, Baltimore MDDesigned and implemented systems for autonomous and guided robots and manipulators. Establishedartificial intelligence lab for serving autonomous robot R&D. Designed first motion and obstacle-avoidancecontroller for US Navy deep-sea autonomous underwater robot, employing sonar and lidar. Served asliaison/consultant to partner companies and govt. agencies on sensor, data fusion, recognition. Performedsoftware research, development and management concentrating in artificial intelligence and neural networks. rd thLISP, PROLOG and 3 /4 -gen development systems were used intensively, along with LISP workstations.Also performed signal verification work on VLS launching system for Aegis cruisers. 1983 - 85: Research Scientist, Artificial Intelligence Group, Battelle Labs, Columbus OHDesigned and implemented rule-based, neural-net and other nonlinear expert systems, simulations anddevelopment tools for medically-related fault-diagnostics, process control and qualitative physics. Developedarchitecture for data mining and knowledge extraction over sensor-actuator networks. LISP, PROLOG,FORTRAN were used intensively, along with LISP-specific workstations.Updated 5/9/2012 3 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
  4. 4. Professional Resume – focus on Energy Sector (2012) M. J. Dudziak, PhDSelected Publications and Invited Presentations• IVC: An Intelligent Vehicle Controller with Strategic Real-Time Replanning, Proc. of the IEEE 1987 Intl Symposium on Intelligent Control, Philadelphia PA, January 1987• SOLON: An Autonomous Vehicle Planner, Proc. of the JPL Workshop on Space Telerobotics, JPL, Pasadena CA, January 1987• KAM: An Interactive Knowledge Acquisition Module, Second Expert Systems in Business Conference, New York NY, November 1987• Multi-Dimensional Technologies: Adapting Autonomous Underwater Architectures for Space-Borne Applications, RAMCOR Technical Note 1988-4• Parallel Replicative Neural Networks for Cooperative Robot Systems, NATUG-90, Santa Clara CA, April 1990• (editor) Proceedings of the First Workshop on Integrating Neural and Symbolic Processes (workshop held at AAAI- 90, Boston, 7/29/90)• Neural Networks Using Transputers, in Neural Networks and Parallel Processing: Sixth-Generation Computer Technology Series (ed. B. Soucek), John Wiley, NY, 1991• A 16-bit real-time neural network processor, SGS-Thomson Tech Note, 3/91• IQ : A Family of Intelligent Agents for Electronic Commerce and Data Mining, QDI Technical Report MD-3• Magneto-Optic Applications for Surveillance, Security, and Countermeasures, Surveillance Expo, Tysons Corner, VA, 10/97• Multi-Unit Airborne Detection and Mapping of Land Mines Incorporating Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Sensors, Conf. on Detection of Land Mines, Edinburgh, UK, 7/98• Coordinated Traffic Incident Management Using the I-Net Embedded Sensor Architecture, SPIE-98,Boston,12/98• Structural Integrity Inspection and Monitoring By Magnetooptic Sensors, SPIE-98, Boston, MA, 12/98• A Family of Microinstruments for Smart Materials, Energy Management, and Biomedicine in Space Missions, Nanotechnology Space Systems Conference, Houston, TX, 2/99 rd• Mobile Early Warning, Intervention and Public Health Response to Nuclear Terrorist Actions, 3 Int’l Conf. on Radiation Countermeasures, St. Petersburg, Russia, 10/2004• Complementing Mutual Information Techniques to Improve Deformable Registration Processing for Clinical Applications, UPCI, 8/2005• A Mutual Information Approach to Developing Reasonable-Likelihood Associations and Correlations between Asymmetric Events and Anomalies, CSIS, 10/2005• Predictive Hybrid Power for Fuel Economy – An Integrationist Engineering Approach (proprietary consulting report for client), 2005• Technical review and analysis on advances and innovations in polymer film technologies for energy generation and for acoustic, electromagnetic, and physical shielding (proprietary consulting report for client), 2005• Flexible Polymer Film Based Sensor Networks for Invasive and Non-Invasive Medical Monitoring, Military Medicine and Virtual Reality (MMVR-DARPA), Long Beach, 1/2006• Evolutionary Detection and Prevention of Emergent Nonlinear Processes (Invited Talk), CBRNE Countermeasures, Paris, 9/2006 nd• Connecting the Dots to Locate and Intercept Terrorist Operations and Operatives (Invited Talk), 2 CMMC Conference, Washington, 10/2006• Life-Saving Technologies Critical to Improving Speed and Scope of Response to Mass-Population Emergency th Events and Pandemics, 17 World Conference on Disaster Management, Toronto, CA, July, 2007• Addressing Recognized Potential Gaps in Epidemiological First-Line Early Warning Methodologies (preprint, 2008)• Changing Currents in Environmental Analysis, BIC Journal, 4/2008• Blast-resistant air-inflated shelters – comprehensive analysis for uses in petrochem and industrial plant environments, with design of full field testing program (US Army, Air Force, and National Lab sites) (proprietary consulting report for client), 2008• SWARM – “Reusing Some Wheels” to Economically Address Problems in Our Increasingly Non-Linear Global Climate, Sandia Laboratories presentation, June, 2008• Rapid Deployment of On-Site Analysis and Response to Critical Chem-Bio Emergencies, Pittcon Courses (also four separate conference papers on sensing, analytical field testing and LIMS topics),Chicago, IL, (3/2009)• CUBIT - a protocol and methods to high-population-impact rapid-transmission biothreats, CDC, 7/2009• ANGARA – employing rapid-inflation blast-resistant structures as a dynamic protection against vehicle terrorist attacks (proprietary consulting report for client), 2010• “BOTTOM SEAL” – an innovative approach to applying noise-cancellation and subsurface material fusion for sealing the Deep Water Horizon well rupture (proprietary consulting report for client), 2010• COPPER™ – a reconfigurable system for companies and agencies to coordinate preparation and operations management during and after disasters and regional emergencies (proprietary consulting report for client), 2011• Technologies to support, enhance and protect social networking freedoms during periods of social unrest and political disruption (ISCES Conference, Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, 6/2011)Updated 5/9/2012 4 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
  5. 5. Professional Resume – focus on Energy Sector (2012) M. J. Dudziak, PhD• Innovative and increased risks from CBR disasters and effective, economical, adaptive countermeasures, ASA Newsletter, Vol. 11, (Dec., 2011)• Employing ultralight cargo aircraft and collapsible modular pods for airborne and remote land/sea energy-resource exploration and remote field site maintenance (proprietary consulting report for client), 2012• (for CBMTS-IX, May, 2012) Organizing rapid medical and psychological response for highly uncertain CBR emergencies• (for CBMTS-IX, May, 2012) Wildlife and livestock in post-catastrophe exclusion zones and surrounding risk zones – a program for enable more resilient cleanup, recovery and resilience in the future• (for CBMTS-IX, May, 2012) The use of mobile apps and commonplace social networking to assist and enhance CBR disaster treatment and recovery among human and animal populations• Symbiotic communications and public information management – using social networks, legal, and economic resources to mitigate rumor and conflict over environmental and energy development issues (proprietary consulting report for client), 2012• New approaches to using diversified biomass and mixed gas resources onsite for combustion and cogeneration applications in remote operating sites (proprietary consulting report for client), 2012• Technical review and analysis on synthetic water and alternative fracking fluids (proprietary consulting report for client), 2012 Additional publication, presentation and preprint information - available upon request.Courses Taught at University (G=Graduate) Level • Advanced Network Security (G) • Medical Image Processing (G) • Bioethics & Current Topics in Humanities • Microcomputer and Multiprocessor • C, C++, Pascal Programming (G) Architectures for Biomedical Engr. (G) • Chaos, Fractals, & Stability in Biology (G) • Molecular Engineering and Imaging (G) • College Algebra & College Mathematics • Neural Networks & Pattern Recognition (G) • College Physics (intro/intermediate) • Neurocomputing Architecture/Systems (G) • Complexity and Nonlinear Systems (G) • OCCAM & C/C++ Parallel Processing (G) • Computational Biology (G) • Philosophy of Physics (G) • Computer Forensics (G) • Quantum Measurement (G) • Contemporary Theoretical Physics (G) • Quantum Physics and Theory (G) • Corporate Transformation Models (G) • Relativity (G) • Critical and Analytical Thinking • Research Methods & Statistics • Cryptography and Cyberdefense • Scanning Probe (AFM) Microscopy (G) • Information Mgt. Analysis and Design (G) • Signal Processing (G) • Information Systems in Organizations (G) • Statistics and Thermodynamics (G) • Issues in Quantum Mechanics (G) • Sustainability Management • LISP and PROLOG programming (G) • DSP, Transputer & Multiprocessor • MATLAB, Maple and Mathematica Architectures (MIMD and SIMD) (G) Special Invited Lectureships, Visiting Appointments 1989 Edinburgh University, Dept. of Computer Science 1989 Durham University, Dept. of Computer Science 1990 University of Belgrade, Molecular Machines Research Center 1990 Neural Network Summer School, Dubrovnik 1991 Center for Brain Research and Information Sciences, Radford University 1992, 1993 Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia 1994, 1995 Joint Institute of Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia 1995 Institute of Theoretical Physics, Kiev, Ukraine 1997 Eotvos Technical University, Budapest, Hungary 1998-2004 Adjunct/Visiting Faculty, Moscow State University 2001 Kiev National University, Kiev, Ukraine 2001-2002 Adjunct Faculty, Centro Nacional de Alta Tecnologia, San Jose, Costa Rica 2005 Univ. of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute 2006-2007 Interim Director, Loudermilk Institute of Sustainability 2009 – present, Fellow, Center for Advanced Defense Studies, Washington, DC 2009 – present, Advisory Board, Society for Digital Information and Wireless Communications 2010 – present, Project Member, Principia BioCyberneticaUpdated 5/9/2012 5 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
  6. 6. Professional CV (2010) M. J. Dudziak, PhD Professional Memberships and Activities Amer. Physical Society EAES SDIWC AEBiom SERVNC (Emergency Relief) Virginia Medical Relief Corps Selected Corporate and Government Agency Consulting/Contract Work ABB Gazprom Poulin-Hugin Air Liquide General Electric SAIC BAE Systems Global Infotek Schlumberger Biosafe Intel Corp. Shaw Environmental Boeing Joint Inst. of Nuclear Res. Solutia (Monsanto) BP KPMG TASC Budker Institute KLA-Tencor TSEL (Millikan) DARPA Loudermilk UPCI (Univ. Pitt. Med. Ctr) EPA Lyondell-Basell USMC G3 Parson-Brinkerhoff WestinghouseFurther details on formal employment projects and duties, consulting projects and assignments, technicalwriting and proposal development are available upon request. International Qualifications Listed in alphabetical order. (E) = employment outside CONUS (L) = residential living experience (M) = experience in managing international staff (T) = experience teaching international students Afghanistan – L, M Hungary – L, T Panama – L, M Australia – L, T India – L, M, T Russia – E, L, M, T Belarus - M Indonesia - T Serbia – L, M, T Brazil – T Iran – L, T Southeast Asia – M, T Canada – E, L, M, T Italy – E, L, M, T Tajikistan – M China – M, T Japan – M, T Turkey – L, T Costa Rica – E, L, M, T Kazakhstan – M Uzbekistan – M France – E, L, M Morocco – L, M, T Ukraine – L, M, T Germany – E, L, M, T Pakistan – M, T U.K. – E,L,M,TSelected Analytical Instrumentation Technology Skillsets (hands-on and project mgt)Spectroscopy: Piezo-resistive microcantilevers (PRMC), PAS/RePAS (Photoacoustics), ImmunoassayMicroscopy: particularly SPM, AFM, SEM, TEM, Magneto-OpticsAnalytical instrumentation: GC, GC/MS, HPLC, FTIR, NMR, THzSummary of Special Qualifications and ExperienceLanguages: English (native); also Russian, German, some Spanish, French, Italian, elementary Arabic• Integrating analytical and synthetic thinking, open-minded, constructive critical thinking.• Multi-tasking and empathic management; understand situations from the perspective of others.• Skills in transfer and translation from theoretical, research topics into diversified application areas.• Ability to develop “symbiotic” synergies between competing-interest individuals and groups, especially for new product or technology acceptance and use, including trade-off and competition.• Extensive project management and team leadership incorporating remote, distance-based, distributed groups; skilled with critical schedule deadlines, unexpected changes and shifts.• Experience in developing validation, testing and fault-tolerance for emerging new products, particularly where novel system integration is involved in design and manufacturing.Personal Contact DataEmail: martinjd@tetradyn.com or martin@instinnovstudy.org Skype: martindudziak(alternates: martin.dudziak@gmail.com, mjdudziak@yahoo.comTel: (804) 740-0342 Cell: (202) 415-7295 Msgs: (505) 926-1399 or (202) 460-4782Post: 9400 Windy Cove Ct., Apt. I, Richmond, VA 23294-6470 (USA) Updated 5/9/2012 6 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak

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