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  • San Diego, CA
  • Westborough, MA
  • 692 Main St, Shrewsbury, MA 01545
  • 6114 Arbor Cir, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 (508) 845-3024
  • Northborough, MA
  • 17 Oneil Dr, Westborough, MA 01581

Work

Position: Clerical/White Collar

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Resumes

Resumes

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Program Manager Custom Films

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Location:
San Diego, CA
Industry:
Consumer Goods
Work:
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Oct 2015 - Mar 2018
Program Manager Strategic Investment

Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Oct 2015 - Mar 2018
World Class Manufacturing and Lean Program Manager and Facility Manager

Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Aug 2010 - Sep 2015
Multi Site Engineering Manager Specialty Films

Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Nov 2008 - Apr 2012
R and D Group Leader Co-Extruded Films

Saint-Gobain Nov 2008 - Apr 2012
Program Manager Custom Films
Education:
Iup Management Saint - √Čtienne Et Roanne 2002 - 2003
Masters, Engineering
Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 2000 - 2001
Masters, Organic Chemistry
Skills:
R&D
Manufacturing
Polymers
Plastics
Materials Science
Engineering
Design of Experiments
Composites
Coatings
Project Management
Research and Development
Management
Process Engineering
Materials
Technical Leadership
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Lean Manufacturing
Program Management
World Class Manufacturing
Statistical Data Analysis
Operational Excellence
Plastic Extrusion
Product Development
Continuous Improvement
Root Cause Analysis
Six Sigma
Cost Planning
Cost Reduction
Product Costing
Variance Analysis
Manufacturing Operations Management
Contract Management
Vendor Management
Strategic Planning
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
Certifications:
Project Management Professional (Pmp)
World Class Manufacturing (Wcm) Green Belt Reliability Pillar
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Program Manager Custom Films

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San Diego, CA
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Program Manager Custom Films
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Program Manager Custom Films

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San Diego, CA
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Program Manager Custom Films

Publications

Us Patents

Composite Materials Having Improved Thermal Performance

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US Patent:
8383702, Feb 26, 2013
Filed:
Dec 13, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/955858
Inventors:
David Bravet - Shrewsbury MA, US
Olivier Guiselin - Northboro MA, US
Gwo S. Swei - Vandalia OH, US
Assignee:
Saint-Gobain Ceramics & Plastics, Inc. - Worcester MA
International Classification:
C08K 9/10
US Classification:
523210, 524430
Abstract:
A composite material includes a non-polar polymer and alumina hydrate particulate. The composite material has a Heat Distortion Performance of at least about 10% relative to the non-polar polymer absent the alumina hydrate particulate. The composite material may include a coupling agent including a phosphinic acid group, a phosphonic acid group or an ester derivative thereof.

Rubber Formulation And Methods For Manufacturing Same

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US Patent:
20060148955, Jul 6, 2006
Filed:
Nov 29, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/288945
Inventors:
Olivier Guiselin - Northboro MA, US
Gwo Swei - Vandalia OH, US
David Bravet - Shrewsbury MA, US
Assignee:
SAINT-GOBAIN CERAMICS & PLASTICS, INC. - Worcester MA
International Classification:
C08K 3/10
US Classification:
524437000
Abstract:
A rubber composition includes nano-particulate filler and a coupling agent that includes at least one rubber reactive functional group and at least one filler reactive functional group. The filler reactive functional group includes one or more atoms selected from the group consisting of phosphorous, sulfur, titanium, zirconium, or aluminum.

Roofing Membrane

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US Patent:
20080029210, Feb 7, 2008
Filed:
Aug 3, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/498942
Inventors:
Gwo S. Swei - Vandalia OH, US
Viktor V. Skatchkov - Bloomingdale NJ, US
Maryann C. Kenney - Foxboro MA, US
David Bravet - Shrewsbury MA, US
Assignee:
SAINT-GOBAIN PERFORMANCE PLASTICS CORPORATION - Aurora OH
International Classification:
B32B 27/32
B32B 27/08
B32B 27/30
B32B 25/08
US Classification:
1562722, 428421, 428523, 428521, 428522, 428422, 428220, 156 71
Abstract:
A roofing material includes a first layer including a fluoropolymer, a second layer directly bonded to and directly contacting the first layer, and a third layer underlying the second layer. The second layer includes an unfunctionalized olefinic polymer. The third layer includes a polymeric material and a filler.

Fluoropolymer Laminate

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US Patent:
20100055472, Mar 4, 2010
Filed:
Aug 27, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/548769
Inventors:
David J. Bravet - Shrewsbury MA, US
Robert L. Febonio - Hudson NH, US
Maryann C. Kenney - Foxboro MA, US
International Classification:
B32B 27/08
B32B 37/00
US Classification:
428422, 1562722, 428421
Abstract:
The invention describes a fluoropolymer laminate that includes a first substrate that can be a modified fluoropolymer having polar functionality and a second substrate. The substrates are laminated at an elevated temperature suitable for lamination to occur and then are subsequently treated with radiation, such as ultraviolet radiation, gamma radiation and/or electron beam.

Multi-Layer Fluoropolymer Film

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US Patent:
20100151180, Jun 17, 2010
Filed:
Oct 9, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/576733
Inventors:
David J. Bravet - Shrewsbury MA, US
Paul W. Ortiz - Wayne NJ, US
International Classification:
B32B 27/08
B32B 9/04
B32B 27/32
B32B 27/38
B32B 27/36
B32B 27/34
B32B 27/00
B32B 27/30
B32B 15/02
B32B 15/08
B32B 27/40
B32B 1/06
B05D 1/36
B05D 3/04
B29C 47/06
B29C 71/04
US Classification:
428 76, 4284111, 428523, 428413, 428704, 428480, 4284744, 428412, 4284735, 428522, 428500, 428447, 428521, 428421, 428422, 428458, 428461, 428462, 428463, 428457, 428450, 428418, 4284777, 428702, 428516, 428517, 428518, 428519, 428520, 428483, 4284747, 4284752, 4284763, 4284769, 4284231, 4284258, 4284259, 4284235, 4284237, 4284244, 4284248, 4284255, 4284242, 4274071, 427535, 26417316, 264469
Abstract:
The invention describes a carbon black particulate filled film, useful as a backsheet for a photovoltaic construct.

Multi-Layered Front Sheet Encapsulant For Photovoltaic Modules

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US Patent:
20110129676, Jun 2, 2011
Filed:
Dec 1, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/628369
Inventors:
David J. Bravet - Westborough MA, US
Maryann C. Kenney - Foxboro MA, US
International Classification:
B32B 27/38
B32B 9/00
B32B 27/30
B32B 27/00
US Classification:
428413, 428447, 428422, 428421
Abstract:
The invention describes a multi-layered film comprising a modified fluoropolymer and a silicone material. The laminate is useful to protect a photovoltaic cell, for example, as an encapsulant.

Melt Processable Composition And Method Of Making

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US Patent:
20130005878, Jan 3, 2013
Filed:
Jun 29, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/538618
Inventors:
Shaw Ling Hsu - Sunderland MA, US
Ying Wu - Amherst MA, US
Christian C. Honeker - Cambridge MA, US
David J. Bravet - Westborough MA, US
Darryl William - Groton MA, US
Assignee:
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS - Boston MA
SAINT-GOBAIN PERFORMANCE PLASTICS CORPORATION - Aurora OH
International Classification:
C08L 27/24
C08K 5/3415
US Classification:
524104
Abstract:
A composition includes a) a melt processable polymer including at least one chemical moiety having a partial charge; and b) a nucleating agent having a surface charge that is opposite the partial charge of the chemical moiety of the polymer, wherein the nucleating agent accelerates the rate of crystallization of the melt processable polymer; wherein the nucleating agent has a melting point greater than the melting point of the melt processable polymer. In an embodiment, a method of making the composition is also provided.

Composite Materials Having Improved Thermal Performance

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US Patent:
20130131237, May 23, 2013
Filed:
Jan 23, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/747941
Inventors:
David J. Bravet - Westborough MA, US
Olivier Guiselin - Dayton OH, US
Gwo S. Swei - Vandalia OH, US
Yves Boussant-Roux - Avignon, FR
International Classification:
C08K 5/5357
C08K 5/41
C08K 5/42
C08K 5/5333
C08K 5/521
US Classification:
524132, 524130, 524145, 524166, 524167
Abstract:
A composite material includes a non-polar polymer and alumina hydrate particulate. The composite material has a Heat Distortion Performance of at least about 10% relative to the non-polar polymer absent the alumina hydrate particulate. The composite material may include a coupling agent including a phosphinic acid group, a phosphonic acid group or an ester derivative thereof.
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