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  • McKinney, TX
  • 18331 Roehampton Dr, Dallas, TX 75252
  • Colton, TX
  • Boulder, CO
  • Sherman, TX
  • Plano, TX
  • Addison, TX
  • Bonham, TX
  • Farmersville, TX

Work

Company: Authentix Jun 2005 to Oct 2013 Address: Addison, TX Position: Director, oil & gas technology development

Education

Degree: Ph.D. School / High School: The University of Texas at Dallas 2000 to 2005 Specialities: Chemistry

Industries

Nanotechnology

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Director, Oil &Amp; Gas Technology Development At Authentix, Inc.

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Position:
Director, Oil & Gas Technology Development at Authentix
Location:
Dallas/Fort Worth Area
Industry:
Nanotechnology
Work:
Authentix - Addison, TX since Jun 2005
Director, Oil & Gas Technology Development

Array BioPharma - Boulder, Colorado Sep 2003 - Aug 2004
Visiting Research Scientist
Education:
The University of Texas at Dallas 2000 - 2005
Ph.D., Chemistry
Austin College 1996 - 2000
BA, Biochemistry

Publications

Us Patents

Tagged Petroleum Products And Methods Of Detecting Same

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US Patent:
20080118982, May 22, 2008
Filed:
Nov 17, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/561119
Inventors:
Philip Forshee - Dallas TX,
Peter Kottenstette - Plano TX,
Assignee:
Authentix, Inc. - Addison TX
International Classification:
G01N 33/00
C10L 1/04
US Classification:
436 56, 208 15, 436139
Abstract:
Tagged products (including tagged petroleum products) and methods of detecting the same are disclosed. The tagged petroleum products are tagged with a violanthrone, e.g., a substituted violanthrone and/or an isoviolanthrone, e.g., a substituted isoviolanthrone.

Dipyrromethenes And Azadipyrromethenes As Markers For Petroleum Products

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US Patent:
20110069307, Mar 24, 2011
Filed:
Sep 20, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/885741
Inventors:
Philip B. Forshee - McKinney TX,
Greg R. Hundt - Dallas TX,
Jeffrey L. Conroy - Allen TX,
Assignee:
AUTHENTIX, INC. - Addison TX
International Classification:
G01J 3/00
C10L 1/30
US Classification:
356300, 44317
Abstract:
Marking a petroleum product includes adding a covert dye selected from the group consisting of azadipyrromethene dyes, dipyrromethene dyes, and any combination thereof to the petroleum product and distributing the dye in the petroleum product. A petroleum product selected for analysis may be spectroscopically analyzed for the presence of an azadipyrromethene dye, a dipyrromethene dye, or a combination thereof. A concentration of at least one azadipyrromethene or dipyrromethene dye present in the portion of the petroleum product may be determined to identify the petroleum product as counterfeit, adulterated, or authentic based on the determined concentration of the azadipyrromethene or dipyrromethene dye.

Metallic Materials With Embedded Luminescent Particles

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US Patent:
20110305919, Dec 15, 2011
Filed:
Jun 9, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/156794
Inventors:
Jeffrey L. Conroy - Allen TX,
Philip B. Forshee - McKinney TX,
James A. Shearer - Allen TX,
Assignee:
AUTHENTIX, INC. - Addison TX
International Classification:
B32B 15/01
C25D 15/00
G01N 21/64
B05D 1/18
US Classification:
428615, 427437, 205109, 2504591
Abstract:
Formation of an authentication element by deposition of a metal layer with embedded particles on a metal substrate, wherein the embedded particles are configured to convert energy from one wavelength to another. The embedded particles may be upconverters, downconverters, or phosphorescent phosphors, which can be detected and measured with analytical equipment when deposited in the metal layer. A metal substrate may include coinage.

Determining The Quantity Of A Taggant In A Liquid Sample

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US Patent:
20130179090, Jul 11, 2013
Filed:
Sep 27, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/823333
Inventors:
Jeffrey L. Conroy - Allen TX,
Philip B. Forshee - McKinney TX,
Paul John Cronin - Allen TX,
Assignee:
AUTHENTIX, INC. - Addison TX
International Classification:
G01N 21/64
G06F 17/10
US Classification:
702 25
Abstract:
Device and methods for detecting/quantifying a fluorescent taggant in a liquid sample. Generally, the liquid samples are fuels having low concentrations (measured in ppb) of a fluorescent taggant. The detection/quantification generates a predicted concentration of the fluorescent tagging compound using a process selected from the group of a multivariate process, a background subtraction process, or a combination of both. The invention addresses the detection of an adulteration of gasoline and diesel fuels.
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