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Jian Qiu Phones & Addresses

7826 226Th St, Oakland Gardens, NY 11364    718-4793571   

Mount Kisco, NY   

4910 Center St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213    412-6826795   

Oakland Gdns, NY   

82 Elm Ave, Glen Cove, NY 11542    516-6717568   

Queens, NY   

Education

School / High School: Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

Ranks

Licence: New York - Currently registered Date: 2008

Mentions for Jian Qiu

Professional Records

Lawyers & Attorneys

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Jian Qiu - Lawyer

Address:
Zhong Lun Law Firm
105-9572092 (Office)
Licenses:
New York - Currently registered 2008
Education:
Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

Resumes

Resumes

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Principal Scientist At Pall Corporation

Position:
Senior Principal Scientist at Pall Corporation
Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
Pall Corporation - Port Washington since Aug 2001
Senior Principal Scientist
Education:
Carnegie Mellon University 1995 - 2000
PhD, Chemistry
Peking University 1987 - 1994
MS, BS, Chemistry
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Jian Qiu

Location:
United States

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Jian Sheng Qiu
President
USA Golden Coast Garments Group Inc

Publications

Us Patents

Catalytic Processes For The Controlled Polymerization Of Free Radically (Co)Polymerizable Monomers And Functional Polymeric Systems Prepared Thereby

US Patent:
7825199, Nov 2, 2010
Filed:
Mar 23, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/534827
Inventors:
Krzysztof Matyjaszewski - Pittsburgh PA,
Scott G. Gaynor - Pittsburgh PA,
Hyun-jong Paik - Pittsburgh PA,
Tomislav Pintauer - Pittsburgh PA,
Jeff Pyun - Pittsburgh PA,
Jian Qiu - Pittsburgh PA,
Mircea Teodorescu - Bucharest,
Jianhui Xia - Pittsburgh PA,
Xuan Zhang - Woburn MA,
Peter J. Miller - Imperial PA,
Assignee:
Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
C08F 4/00
C08F 4/44
C08F 4/06
US Classification:
526 90, 526111, 526135, 526145, 526146, 526147
Abstract:
Further improvements have been made in processes for controlled polymerization of free radically (co)polymerizable monomers mediated by a transition metal complex participating in a redox reaction which involves transfer of a radically transferable atom or group to and from an initiator or dormant polymer and the growing active polymer chain ends. Two improvements involve the choice of counterion in the transition metal complex. In one improvement the transition metal is held in close conjunction with a solid support through interaction with a counterion directly attached to the support. This cognition also allows for improvements in catalyst utilization including catalyst recovery and recycle. In another improvement, particularly suitable for controlled polymerization of certain monomers with an expanded range of transition metals, the function of counterion and ligand in the development of the transition metal based catalyst is superseded by use of salt containing a soluble organic counterion. These and other process improvements have been employed to prepare an extended range of novel polymeric materials and novel processes for the preparation of functional polymers including a novel catalytic Atom Transfer Coupling Reaction.

Catalytic Processes For The Controlled Polymerization Of Free Radically (Co)Polymerizable Monomers And Functional Polymeric Systems Prepared Thereby

US Patent:
2004017, Sep 2, 2004
Filed:
Feb 27, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/788995
Inventors:
Krzysztof Matyjaszewski - Pittsburgh PA,
Scott Gaynor - Pittsburgh PA,
Hyun-jong Paik - Pittsburgh PA,
Tomislav Pintauer - Pittsburgh PA,
Jeff Pyun - Pittsburgh PA,
Jian Qiu - Pittsburgh PA,
Mircea Teodorescu - Bucharest,
Jianhui Xia - Pittsburgh PA,
Xuan Zhang - Woburn MA,
Peter Miller - Imperial PA,
Assignee:
Carnegie Mellon University (a non-profit Pennsylvania organization) - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
C08F004/80
US Classification:
526/303100, 526/300000, 526/319000, 525/244000, 526/330000, 526/171000, 526/346000
Abstract:
Further improvements have been made in processes for controlled polymerization of free radically (co)polymerizable monomers mediated by a transition metal complex participating in a redox reaction which involves transfer of a radically transferable atom or group to and from an initiator or dormant polymer and the growing active polymer chain ends. Two improvements involve the choice of counterion in the transition metal complex. In one improvement the transition metal is held in close conjunction with a solid support through interaction with a counterion directly attached to the support. This cognition also allows for improvements in catalyst utilization including catalyst recovery and recycle. In another improvement, particularly suitable for controlled polymerization of certain monomers with an expanded range of transition metals, the function of counterion and ligand in the development of the transition metal based catalyst is superseded by use of salt containing a soluble organic counterion. These and other process improvements have been employed to prepare an extended range of novel polymeric materials and novel processes for the preparation of functional polymers including a novel catalytic Atom Transfer Coupling Reaction.

Application Of Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization To Water-Borne Polymerization Systems

US Patent:
6121371, Sep 19, 2000
Filed:
Jul 31, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/126768
Inventors:
Krzysztof Matyjaszewski - Pittsburgh PA
Scott G. Gaynor - Pittsburgh PA
Jian Qiu - Pittsburgh PA
Mircea Teodorescu - Pittsburgh PA
Assignee:
Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
C08F 216
C08F 406
C08F29300
US Classification:
524804
Abstract:
A process is provided for the preparation of (co)polymer emulsions or suspensions from a full range of free radically (co)polymerizable monomers, wherein the (co)polymers exhibit the characteristics of "living" polymerization, including one or more of predictable molecular weights, narrow or controllable molecular weight distributions and a variety of polymer architectures, including the roles of surfactants, catalyst and ligands, several initiation methods, and methods for catalyst removal from the emulsions or suspensions made, and the (co)polymer emulsions and suspensions made thereby.

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