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Dr. Sina Ebnesajjad

Dr. Sina Ebnesajjad

President at FluoroConsultants Group, LLC

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Dr. Sina Ebnesajjad has spent over 30 years helping develop and bring new technologies and applications to the market. He has deep expertise in fluoropolymer technologies and applications, as well as experience working in product development, failure analysis, market development, international consulting, technical service and as an expert witness. Dr. Ebnesajjad has multiple degrees in chemical engineering, including a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tehran, and Master of Science and PhD degrees from the University of Michigan. After working for DuPont fluoropolymers for 24 years, he founded the FluoroConsultants Group in 2006 where he continues to work. Dr. Ebnesajjad holds 6 patents and is author/editor/co-author of over 15 technical and data books on fluoropolymers technologies and applications, surface preparation and adhesion of materials. He is also currently the series editor of Plastics Design Library (PDL), a unique publication series offering technology and applications handbooks, data books and practical guides tailored to the needs of practitioners who work in the industry.


Posts by Dr. Sina Ebnesajjad

Are Ultracapacity Polymeric Supercapacitors viable alternatives to Batteries?

Posted on June 19th, 2017 in New Materials & Applications

Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) polystyrene sulfonate (PEDOT:PSS)

The answer depends on whether the recent advances in supercapacitor development help overcome the disadvantages of the capacitance technology, i.e. small amounts of energy storage.  According to Dr. Brendan Howlin, at the University of Surrey Department of Chemistry, the ultracapacity supercapacitors have the potential to “open the door to unimaginably exciting developments”. Continue reading “Are Ultracapacity Polymeric Supercapacitors viable alternatives to Batteries?” »

Outsourcing Pharmaceutical Research and Development – pros and cons

Posted on June 5th, 2017 in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence

There is hardly anyone who has not heard of outsourcing – add nausea – a manufacturing strategy that has become commonplace since the early 1990’s.  The public thinks of outsourcing as manufacturing goods, that were once made domestically, in the developing economies and then importing them for sale.  Continue reading “Outsourcing Pharmaceutical Research and Development – pros and cons” »

Feeding 10 billion people: trends, challenges, climate and natural resources

Posted on May 29th, 2017 in New Materials & Applications

The World population is growing by about 80 million per year.  The forecast puts the total population at 9-10 billion by 2050, a number at which it is projected to level.  Meeting the needs of so many people will put significant stress on the natural resources and climate. Continue reading “Feeding 10 billion people: trends, challenges, climate and natural resources” »

Why is coal the worst fossil fuel – emissions, climate, health, smog…?

Posted on May 15th, 2017 in Chemical R&D

Coal fossil fuels

Beijing, China (Source, www.thebeijinger.com)

The photo above shows a street during daytime in Beijing, China, where over 70% of people wear masks on smoggy days.  Smoggy days occur frequently resulting in periodic highway and airport shutdowns.  The main cause of the smog is smoke and soot particles spewed from stacks of coal burning factories. Continue reading “Why is coal the worst fossil fuel – emissions, climate, health, smog…?” »

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