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Feature Friday: Thomas Brown, Research and Development (R&D) Mechanical Engineer

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Thomas Brown, R&D Mechanical Engineer

Tom’s key responsibilities will be in the material characterization of several polymer composites being developed by the R&D Team as well as assuming a lead role in the development of MILSPRAY’s emerging retail product lines.

Tom’s background brings a unique perspective to MILSPRAY’s development team with his combined background in Engineering as well as several years serving as an Associate within the retail sector. He has achieved several college degrees that include a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a B.A. in Mathematics, both from Rutgers University, as well as an A.S. in Engineering and an A.A. in Business Administration from Brookdale College.

His background includes research studies in the degradation of proton exchange membranes in hydrogen based fuel cells, computational validation methods for nonlinear analysis, and numerical modeling of alternative fuel vehicle performance. On a professional level, Tom has served as an Associate, working directly with consumers, architects, and engineers, as well as holding supervisory positions, and serving as a mentor for emerging students of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) disciplines . This, combined with his educational background, is a welcome addition for expanding the capabilities of our Research and Development Department and further advancing our technologies to support the growth of MILSPRAY™.

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