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- Developing /upgrading software tools for data mining, and modeling of coatings’ performance applications data. This includes the systematic structuring of laboratory data from conventional and high speed combinatorial experimental efforts. The intern will participate in the development of a system for harvesting, archiving and making routinely searchable and retrievable the “model” knowledge contained within multiple statistical data (JMP) models.
- Develop software to upgrade / automate innovation project portfolio management tool to integrate various databases and retrieve /display various portfolio related information in printable and presentable format.
- Work closely with portfolio manager
- Pilot and validate tools

- Highly motivated and results-driven individual with excellent interpersonal skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required
- Must be able to work well in teams and to work independently with limited supervision
- Maintains a high level of safety awareness and is a vocal safety advocate in all operations

- Pass a Substance Abuse (drug) screen and a medical evaluation
- Pass a background check

- Both methods are well suited for an introductory separations course AND should be taught in sequence
- Students should be highly encouraged to plum the depths of fundamental solution methods
- Use of advanced solution methods on an exam should be investigated to assess extent of understanding, rather than punished with a reduced score
- Abstraction of a technique to other system topologies should accompany the general overview of solution methods covered
- Mathematical tools that may expediate a solution method should be discussed and investigated in tandem with fundamentally derived solution methods

- The derivation for a single feed column may be simply extended to cover multiple feeds/side draws
- A simple transform allows for reduction of the number of feeds/side draws
- The transform is analytically identical to its basis
- The transform takes advantage of geometry to expediate graphical analysis
- The derivation for a column with two feeds/side draws may be extended to an arbitrary topology
- Restrictions on the use of the model for an arbitrary topology may be overcome
- Overcoming these restrictions may be computationally prohibitive
- Reductions in degrees of freedom for the generalized model are dependent on the boundary conditions imposed by individual problems