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fabric company administrator

Jeffrey Scott Hurley, American fabric company administrator. Member American Chemical Society (organic, polymer material science and engineering and polymer division, Carolina Piedmont section).

Background

Hurley, Jeffrey Scott was born on February 19, 1963 in Pittsburgh. Son of William Stephen and Mary Agnes (Wholey) Hurley.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1985. Master of Science in Chemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 1992.

Career

Senior research chemist, Hoechst Celanese Corp, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1992-1995;bicomponent staple product development manager, Hoechst Celanese Corp, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1995-1996;applications and development manager specialty staple products, Hoechst Celanese Corp, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1996-1997;manager business analysis and technical assessment, Hoechst Celanese Corp, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1997-1998;manager absorbent products, Buckeye Technologies, Memphis, since 1998. Consultant, Atlanta, 1989-1992. Member of advisory board Nonwovens Cooperative Research Center, since 1997.

Member technical advisory board Association Nonwovens Fabvric Industry, since 1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development and support of a chemical mechanism modeling the generation of gaseous byproducts during the thermal decomposition of radioactive waste slurries stored at the Hanford (Washington) Reservation, a new mechanism and kinetics concerning hydroxide promoted liquid-liquid phase transfer catalysis of simple organic reactions which contracts the current interfacial and exatraction mechanisms. Research and development of novel monomers and polymers from lab through production scale and investigation of novel polymerization techniques and polymerization process design and application.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management IV, 1994. Contributor: Phase Transfer Catalysis, 1994.

Membership

Member American Chemical Society (organic, polymer material science and engineering and polymer division, Carolina Piedmont section).

Connections

father:
William Stephen Hurley

mother:
Mary Agnes (Wholey) Hurley