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ROBERT G. BUTLER, Ph.D.

Northern New Jersey

rgbutler@verizon.net

http://pachai.net/rgbutler

PRINCETON-EDUCATED SCIENTIFIC BUSINESS CONSULTANT, COMBUSTION CHEMIST AND ENGINEER WITH 5+YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

SKILLS

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • Correctly predicted stock price growth of scientific companies saving investors millions of dollars.
  • Determine specifications for analytical instrumentation systems, solicited quotes, optimized configuration, selected suppliers.
  • Developed profitable system for Green Hydrogen generation.
  • Developed hydrocarbon oxidation model to predict evolving chemical systems and minimize pollutants.
  • Led team validation of spectroscopic methods for ground and river water analysis.

EXPERIENCE
2001 - Present
Scientific Business Consultant specializing in the areas of Energy and the Environment. NY, NY.

  • Analyzed engineering, investment and marketing strategies to assess the viability of scientific business ventures.
  • Analyzed of the Industrial Goods sector and the competitive position of Hazardous Waste Management technology companies in that sector, provided predictions of the long term stock price behavior of NASDAQ listed companies, saving investors millions of dollars.
  • Redesigned unprofitable chemical manufacturing schemes to produce profitable systems.
  • Advised companies on the viability of their business plans and the likelihood of their obtaining investment capital at favorable terms.
  • Analyzed technologies and patent portfolios as to their potential contribution to owner's bottom line.
  • In partnership with Silverberg Consulting (experts in the medical and pharmaceutical industries) we write and re-write executive summaries and business plans that increase the interest of investors.

2003 - Present
Adjunct Associate Professor, Pace University NY, NY Adjunct Lecturer, Baruch College, CUNY, NY, NY

  • Consistently received improved faculty and student evaluations.
  • Maintained and repaired state of the art analytical equipment.
  • Improved chemical hygiene and laboratory safety.
  • Significantly improved studentsí scientific report writing skills.

INSTRUMENTATION AND COMPUTER SKILLS

PUBLICATIONS

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Chemistry, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 2001. Thesis: "Combustion Chemistry of 1,3 Cyclopentadiene." Advisor: Professor Irvin Glassman.

M.S.E., Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University, 1992. Thesis: "A Flow Reactor Study of the Oxidation of 1,3 Cyclopentadiene." Advisor: Professor Irvin Glassman.

B.Sc., Chemistry, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, 1989. Senior Thesis in Photochemistry. Advisor: Professor Cooper H. Langford.

AWARDS AND HONORS 1993 Merck-Patchett Summer Fellowship. 1989 Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Fellowship. 1989 Princeton University Prize. 1988 Concordia university: Honors Chemistry, Minor in Mathematics, Graduated with Distinction.

AFFILIATIONS American Chemical Society, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The Combustion Institute.

REFERENCE Available on request.