ESI made extensive use of the Northeastern University Cooperative Program to staff short term research programs. Over a span of 15 years, more than fifty Northeastern students obtained industrial research experience at ESI where they learned how to plan, execute and document research programs that could last from 3 to 6 months. I viewed myself as a mentor who would support the students in their activities, either as individual contributors or team members.
I am a semi-retired chemical engineer with over fifty years of professional experience. I received my Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate degrees from MIT. I am a registered Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. I worked in industry for 12 years before before becoming an entrepreneur, first as a technical consultant, then as the owner of a research company, Entropic Systems, Inc. (ESI). ESI's activities focused on the development of innovative cleaning and decontamination processes.
My rates will vary according to the level of instruction and the student's needs. My minimum rate is $25/hr.
Robert Kaiser, Sc.D., P.E.
Tutor students at all levels in STEM subjects
• Subjects: Chemistry, Physics, Calculus, Chemical Engineering, Nanochemistry
• Provide guidance on how to formulate, plan and structure research programs
• Provide guidance on how to communicate technical information to others
Fully qualified and experienced chemical engineer
Excellent analytical and communication skills
Bilingual: fluent command of French and English
Positions and Employment
President, Entropic Systems, Inc., Woburn, MA /Edmonds, WA 1985 - Present
President, ARGOS Associates, Inc., Winchester, MA/Edmonds, WA - 1977-2017
Consulting Chemical Engineer, Winchester, MA – 1974 - 1977
Group Leader, Avco Corporation, Specialty Materials Division, Lowell, MA – 1969-1974
Senior Research Engineer, Avco Corporation, Space Systems Division, Wilmington, MA -1966-1969
Research Engineer, M.W. Kellogg Company, Jersey City, NJ/ Piscataway, NJ 1961-1966
Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Ft. Lee, VA and Quartermaster RD&E COMMAND, Natick, MA
Visiting Scientist, Francis Bitter National Magnet Laboratory, MIT, Cambridge, MA 1968
Visiting Scientist, Center for Materials Processing, MIT, Cambridge, MA 1982-1984
Member, Industrial Advisory Board, Department of Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston,
MA 2000 - 2009
American Chemical Society (ACS),
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
Northwest Translator and Interpreter Society (NOTIS)
Registered Professional Engineer, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. SB Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, SM Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, ScD, Chemical Engineering
Elected to Honorary Societies of Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, and Phi Lambda Upsilon, 1956
National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship, 1956-1960
NASA Invention Awards, 1969, 1975
Patents and Publications
• Patents Recipient of over twenty issued U.S. Patents
• Publications Author/co-author of numerous technical publications and reports on precision cleaning and decontamination, dispersion and agglomeration of nanoparticle systems; preparation and application of magnetic liquids, and technology, and assessments of advanced materials, separation processes and transportation systems.
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