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Clifford L Henderson, Ph.D. University of South Florida

Tampa, Florida
Chemical Engineering Expert Witness, Chemistry & Chemicals Expert Witness - polymer, rubber, block copolymer, lithography, photoresist, semiconductor, microelectromechanical system (MEMS), microfabrication, nanotechnology, nanofabrication, molecular modeling, graphene
Dr. Clifford L. Henderson is the Department Chair of the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at the University of South Florida, joining USF in 2017 after spending the prior 19 years as a faulty member at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He received his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering with Highest Honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology and his Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Henderson’s research focuses on problems at the intersection of chemical engineering, organic and polymeric materials science and engineering, and micro- and nanotechnology in a variety of application areas including microelectronic and MEMS devices, semiconductor and integrated circuit fabrication, solar energy and energy storage, chemical separations, and biotechnology. Professor Henderson has extensive experience in polymer science and technology including experience in polymer design and s...
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Thomas G Witte, PE Witte Engineered Gases

Seminole, Florida
Engineering Expert Witness, Chemical Engineering Expert Witness - Fire, Explosion, Cryogenic burns, Hazardous Chemicals, Design Codes, Toxic Exposures, Industrial accidents, Pressure explosions, Oxygen Fire, Asphyxiation,
Engineering system expert for Nitrogen, Hydrogen, Helium, Oxygen, Argon, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, and other Industrial and Specialty gases. 35 years of experience in the Industrial Gas Industry. Expertise in Codes and Standards (National Fire Protection Codes and the Compressed Gas Association) for the above gases. Emphasis on hydrogen both liquid and gas as am ember of the AICHE Center for Hydrogen Safety. See - https://www.h2tools.org/hsp/members and https://www.aiche.org/chs Florida Professional Engineer Experience in liquid container, gas cylinders, and large gas trailers during 10 year design and manage an industrial gas transfill for liquid and gaseous helium and hydrogen.
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Meyer R. Rosen, CFEI, FRSC, FAIC, CPC, CChE, DABFET, FACFE Interactive Consulting, Inc.

E. Norwich, New York
Products Liability Expert Witness, Fire Expert Witness - Fires, Explosions, hazardous chemicals, Chemical burns, Toxic exposures, chemistry, chemical engineering, consumer products, industrial products, industrial accidents, materials science, cosmetics, hair relaxers, warnings & instructions, OSHA Codes, Standards, SDS, Patent Infringement, Trade Secrets
Experienced Consulting and Testifying Forensic Litigation Expert Witness. Products Liability and Personal Injury. Plaintiff or Defense; Federal and State. Incident Reconstruction, Complex Litigation, International Experience. 25 years Industrial Experience. Consumer & industrial product development. Evaluation of hazardous chemicals & safety issues; Chief Scientific Advisor and Director of Technical & Regulatory Symposia for HBA (Health & Beauty, America), Adjunct Professor Fire Science (15 years); Nationally Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator. Advanced Training (CFEI). Member: National Fire Protection Association, American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Contributing Expert for Standards- Making Committees (American Society of Testing Materials), Peer Reviewer Professional Journals, Member:Center for Dermal Research, Rutgers University. Fellow: American College of Forensic Examiners, Fellow: American Institute of Chemists, Fellow: Royal ...
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Jennifer T. Morningstar, PE, CFEI The Warren Group

Irmo, South Carolina
Chemical Engineering Expert Witness, Fire Expert Witness - Process Safety Management, Chemical Release & Exposure, Chemical Fires & Explosions, Boiler Fires & Explosions, Energy Management, Refrigeration, Cooling Towers, Chillers, Ammonia Based Refrigeration Systems, Saturated Steam and Super-heated Steam for Cogeneration
Jennifer Morningstar is a licensed professional engineer in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Iowa, Missouri, Oklahoma and West Virginia, and an NCEES Model Law Engineer. She has over 20 years of engineering experience. Her emphasis includes chemical release & exposure, OSHA compliance, boiler systems, industrial accident investigation, fires & explosions, product liability and scope of damage/cost to repair. She spent 16 years working at a polyethylene terephthalate (PET) manufacturer where she gained experience with distributed control systems (DCS) and programmable logic controllers (PLC). She is an OSHA-trained Process Hazard Analysis study leader and completed Root Cause Failure Analysis training to become an Incident Investigator. Jennifer authored procedures for lockout/tagout and confined space entry. She also managed capital expansion projects in excess of $1M. Jennifer then spent 3 years as an energy management consultant in a variety of industries including mineral...
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