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Metallurgical engineer

Philippe Blostein, French metallurgical engineer. Achievements include patent for argon bubbling in tundish; designer cryogenic semi-trailer, cryogenic cold converter. Member Association Centraliens.

Background

Blostein, Philippe was born on December 27, 1962 in Neuilly-Sur-Seine, France. Son of Mendel and Szajna-Laja (Fajgenbaum) Blostein.

Education

Licence in economic science, University Paris I, 1984. Data Envelopment Analysis Metallurgy, Engineer Arts and Manufacturing, Central School Paris, 1985.

Career

Quality control engineer Renault Industrias Mexicanas, Gomez Palacio, Mexico, 1985-1986. Research and Development project manager Air Liquide, Les Loges-en-Josas, France, 1987-1991. Manager technical Cryolor, Air Liquide Group, Ennery, France, 1992-1995.

International marketing manager electronic packaging & assembly Air Liquide, Les Loges-En-Josas, France, since 1995. Conference presenter American Institute of Mining Iron and Steel Conference, Chicago, 1989, Detroit, 1990, International Continuous Casting Conference, Florence, Italy, 1991, British Compressed Gas Association Conference, Bristol, England, 1994.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patent for argon bubbling in tundish. Designer cryogenic semi-trailer, cryogenic cold converter.

Membership

Member Association Centraliens.

Connections

father:
Mendel Blostein

mother:
Szajna-Laja (Fajgenbaum) Blostein