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  • Raritan, NJ
  • 17 Hollandale Ln #E, Clifton Park, NY 12065 (518) 383-8436
  • Westfield, MA
  • Long Island City, NY
  • Astoria, NY
  • Palo Alto, CA
  • Stanford, CA
  • Menlo Park, CA
  • 305 River Park Dr, Raritan, NJ 08869 (518) 524-3732

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Position: Sales Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Publications

Us Patents

Substantially Single Phase Silicone Copolycarbonates, Methods, And Optical Articles Made Therefrom

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US Patent:
6492481, Dec 10, 2002
Filed:
Jul 10, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/613040
Inventors:
Gary Charles Davis - Albany NY
Marc Brian Wisnudel - Clifton Park NY
Irene Dris - Clifton Park NY
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Niskayuna NY
International Classification:
C08G 6408
US Classification:
528 29, 528 25, 528204, 525464
Abstract:
The invention relates to substantially single phase silicone copolycarbonates suitable for use in optical articles such as digital versatile disks. The silicone copolycarbonates contain residues of silicone containing and nonsilicone containing bisphenols and have properties particularly suited for use in high density optical data storage media. The invention further relates to the preparation and properties of substantially single phase silicone copolycarbonates having either a blocky or a random structure. The structure of the compositions of the invention is determined by the method of preparation used and may be used to control physical properties.

Storage Medium For Data

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US Patent:
2002019, Dec 26, 2002
Filed:
Aug 31, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/943767
Inventors:
Ramesh Hariharan - Malden MA,
Thomas Feist - Clifton Park NY,
Grant Hay - Niskayuna NY,
Kathryn Longley - Saratoga Springs NY,
Wit Bushko - Niskayuna NY,
Irene Dris - Clifton Park NY,
Azar Alizadeh - Saratoga Springs NY,
International Classification:
G11B007/24
C08F012/08
C08F112/02
C08F120/18
C08G064/00
C08G069/08
C08G073/10
US Classification:
428/065100, 428/064700, 430/270110, 369/288000, 528/310000, 528/196000, 526/319000, 526/329700, 526/346000
Abstract:
A method for determining the water strain of an article is provided in the present invention by predetermining a maximum tilt range and radius for the article. Further embodiments of the present invention include a storage medium for data and a polymer for use in a storage medium for data where the storage medium comprises a plurality of layers wherein the aforementioned water strain is calculated for the plurality of layers.

Method Of Coagulating And Isolating Graft Copolymers From Latices

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US Patent:
6156875, Dec 5, 2000
Filed:
Jun 25, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/105120
Inventors:
Sadhan Chandra Jana - Niskayuna NY
Irene Dris - Clifton Park NY
Gary Stephen Balch - Mechanicville NY
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
C08F 618
US Classification:
528502F
Abstract:
Graft copolymer particles comprising an elastomeric base polymer such as polybutadiene and grafted chains of a thermoplastic, non-elastomeric polymer such as styrene-acrylonitrile are coagulated for isolation from aqueous emulsion by subjecting the emulsion to mechanical shear in the absence of chemical coagulants at a temperature greater than or equal to the glass transition temperature of the thermoplastic, non-elastomeric portion of the copolymer.

Polyetherimide Polymer For Use As A High Heat Fiber Material

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US Patent:
2010004, Feb 25, 2010
Filed:
Nov 3, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/611447
Inventors:
Irene Dris - Clifton Park NY,
Ann Marie Lak - Ludlow MA,
Craig Wojcicki - Pittsfield MA,
Assignee:
SABIC INNOVATIVE PLASTICS, IP B.V. - Bergen op Zoom
International Classification:
C08G 73/10
B29C 47/88
US Classification:
528170, 26421112
Abstract:
Various embodiments of polymer fibers comprising a high heat polymer and process for making the polymer fibers are provided. In one embodiment, synthetic polymer fibers comprise polyetherimide polymer that is substantially free of foreign particulate matter greater than about 100 microns in size. A process for producing polymer fiber includes melting polymer comprising polyetherimide to a melt temperature that ranges from about 180-500° C. to form a molten polymer; passing the polyetherimide that is substantially free of foreign particulate matter above about 100 microns in size, through a spinneret comprising a plurality of hole openings to produce a fiber bundle; and cooling the fiber bundle with a cooling medium having a temperature that ranges from about 0° C. to about 80° C.

Methods For Bonding High Temperature Sensors

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US Patent:
2009011, Apr 30, 2009
Filed:
Oct 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/927756
Inventors:
Qiwei Lu - Schenectady NY,
Robert James Perry - Niskayuna NY,
Ying Fan - Niskayuna NY,
Kevin Warner Flanagan - Troy NY,
James Norman Barshinger - Scotia NY,
Wendy Wen-Ling Lin - Niskayuna NY,
Irene Dris - Raritan NJ,
Assignee:
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
B05D 3/00
B05D 3/12
B05D 5/10
B05D 7/00
US Classification:
427543, 427180, 4272082, 427560
Abstract:
The invention provides a method of bonding a sensor to a surface comprising the steps of applying a thermoplastic film to a first surface of the sensor. The first surface of the sensor is contacted with a surface of an object to be monitored, wherein the composition effectively bonds the sensor to the object surface at a temperature up to approximately 250° C. The invention also provides a method of bonding a sensor to a surface comprising the steps of applying a thermoplastic film to a surface area of an object to be monitored. The first surface of a sensor is contacted with the object surface area, wherein the film effectively bonds the sensor to the object surface at a temperature up to approximately 250° C.

Biaxially Oriented Film, Laminates Made Therefrom, And Method

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US Patent:
2008011, May 22, 2008
Filed:
Nov 22, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/562513
Inventors:
Ta-Hua Yu - Woodbury MN,
James M. White - Niskayuna NY,
Sapna Blackburn - Mt. Vernon IN,
Irene Dris - Raritan NJ,
Kapil Sheth - Evansville IN,
Kevin Durocher - Waterford NY,
Safwat Tadros - ,
International Classification:
B32B 27/06
B29C 55/12
C25D 3/56
B29C 65/02
US Classification:
428220, 1563099, 205238, 264291, 427295, 4284735
Abstract:
Disclosed is a biaxially oriented multilayer film comprising at least two layers A-B, wherein A and B represent separate layers at least one of which layers comprises a polyimide having a Tg of greater than about 200° C., wherein the film has a CTE of less than 35 ppm/° C., and wherein A comprises 60 wt. %-100 wt. % of amorphous polymer with 0 wt. %-40 wt. % of crystallizable polymer, and B comprises 60 wt. %-100 wt. % crystallizable polymer with 0 wt. %-40 wt. % amorphous polymer, the relative thicknesses of layer A to layer B are in a ratio in a range of between 1:5 and 1:100, and the thickness of the film is in a range of between 5 μm and 125 μm. Also disclosed is a biaxially oriented monolithic film comprising a polyimide with structural units formally derived from 3,4-diaminodiphenylether and 4,4-oxydiphthalic anhydride. Laminates comprising the films and methods for making film and laminate are also disclosed. Articles comprising a film or laminate of the invention are also disclosed.

Filtered Polyetherimide Polymer For Use As A High Heat Fiber Material

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US Patent:
2008000, Jan 10, 2008
Filed:
Jul 10, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/456401
Inventors:
Irene Dris - Clifton Park NY,
Anne Marie Lak - Ludlow MA,
Craig Wojcicki - Pittsfield MA,
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
D02G 1/00
US Classification:
264610, 428364
Abstract:
Various embodiments of polymer fibers comprising a high heat polymer and process for making the polymer fibers are provided. In one embodiment, synthetic polymer fibers comprise polyetherimide polymer that is substantially free of foreign particulate matter greater than about 100 microns in size. A process for producing polymer fiber includes melting polymer comprising polyetherimide to a melt temperature that ranges from about 180-500° C. to form a molten polymer; passing the polyetherimide that is substantially free of foreign particulate matter above about 100 microns in size, through a spinneret comprising a plurality of hole openings to produce a fiber bundle; and cooling the fiber bundle with a cooling medium having a temperature that ranges from about 0° C. to about 80° C.

Storage Media And Associated Method

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US Patent:
2007013, Jun 14, 2007
Filed:
Jan 24, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/338544
Inventors:
Moitreyee Sinha - Clifton Park NY,
Irene Dris - Clifton Park NY,
Daniel Olson - Voorheesville NY,
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
B32B 3/02
US Classification:
428064600, 428064800, 428065100
Abstract:
An optical storage medium is provided. The optical storage medium may include a data layer and a curable hard coat layer secured to the surface of the data layer. The data layer may be read, written to, or both read and written to using a laser having a wavelength of less than about 650 nanometers. A method for securing a curable hard coat layer directly to a data layer and curing the hard coat layer is provided.
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