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Team: Watershed Data Wranglers

City: Cleveland

Challenges: Connect Communities to the Value of Water, Drive the Creation of Meaningful Data, Mitigate Nutrient Loading and Its Environmental Impacts, Reduce and Remediate Urban Pollution

Areas of Expertise: Environmental Chemistry, Other

Skills: Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Product Design, Software Engineering, Systems Engineering, User Experience Design, Web Design

Soft Skills: Communications/Marketing, Public Speaking, Team Management

Programming Languages: C, C++, Java, JavaScript, PHP, SQL

While I have spent much of my career working as a technical architect developing enterprise systems and designing software products, I started my career as a chemistry teacher. I taught Chemistry and Physical Science at Bay High School for 4 years. After that I started working as an analytical chemist studying the composition of flue-gas condensate for the American Gas Association. I then managed a water quality lab for a water treatment company. Along the way I worked with many lab instruments which were controlled by computers. I quickly found myself drawn to computer and automation technology. I began spending less time reviewing the water quality reports coming out of my lab and chose instead to spend that time programming the computers that came with the lab instruments. I joined a company which developed customized instruments and laboratory data management systems. Below is a summary a few of my key accomplishments while working in laboratory automation: 1) Developed a low-ionic strength titration analysis system which completely automates all procedures for determining the acidity, alkalinity, and pH of high purity water samples. The product was approved and used by the USGS for analyzing the effects of acid rain. 2) Developed a powerful image-processing scripting language that could be run on a number of different platforms including VMS, UNIX and TI 34020 graphics processors. Using this stack-based interpretive language implemented all of the image processing required for CAT image reconstruction. 3) Designed and developed the Spectral Processing System (SPS) to perform interactive graphical analysis of NMR and FTIR data. 4) Directed the design and development of the LabMan Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) which industry reviews identified as one of the three leading LIMS systems.

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Mark App

Team: Watershed Data Wranglers

City: Cleveland

Challenges: Connect Communities to the Value of Water, Drive the Creation of Meaningful Data, Mitigate Nutrient Loading and Its Environmental Impacts, Reduce and Remediate Urban Pollution

Areas of Expertise: Environmental Chemistry, Other

Skills: Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Product Design, Software Engineering, Systems Engineering, User Experience Design, Web Design

Soft Skills: Communications/Marketing, Public Speaking, Team Management

Programming Languages: C, C++, Java, JavaScript, PHP, SQL

While I have spent much of my career working as a technical architect developing enterprise systems and designing software products, I started my career as a chemistry teacher. I taught Chemistry and Physical Science at Bay High School for 4 years. After that I started working as an analytical chemist studying the composition of flue-gas condensate for the American Gas Association. I then managed a water quality lab for a water treatment company. Along the way I worked with many lab instruments which were controlled by computers. I quickly found myself drawn to computer and automation technology. I began spending less time reviewing the water quality reports coming out of my lab and chose instead to spend that time programming the computers that came with the lab instruments. I joined a company which developed customized instruments and laboratory data management systems. Below is a summary a few of my key accomplishments while working in laboratory automation: 1) Developed a low-ionic strength titration analysis system which completely automates all procedures for determining the acidity, alkalinity, and pH of high purity water samples. The product was approved and used by the USGS for analyzing the effects of acid rain. 2) Developed a powerful image-processing scripting language that could be run on a number of different platforms including VMS, UNIX and TI 34020 graphics processors. Using this stack-based interpretive language implemented all of the image processing required for CAT image reconstruction. 3) Designed and developed the Spectral Processing System (SPS) to perform interactive graphical analysis of NMR and FTIR data. 4) Directed the design and development of the LabMan Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) which industry reviews identified as one of the three leading LIMS systems.

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