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Miami Shores, FL   

9260 SW 120Th St, Miami, FL 33176   

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Company: University of miami counseling Address: Po Box 248186, Miami, FL 33124 Position: Executive director Industries: Job Training and Vocational Rehabilitation Services

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Malcolm L Kahn

Address:
PO Box 248186, Coral Gables, FL 00001
5665 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, FL 00001
Phone:
305-2845511
Licenses:
License #: 2332 - Expired
Category: Health Care
Issued Date: Mar 18, 1982
Effective Date: Jun 19, 2012
Expiration Date: May 31, 2010
Type: Psychologist

Resumes

Resumes

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Malcolm Kahn

Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Management Consulting
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Independent Publishing Professional

Location:
Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area
Industry:
Publishing
Education:
The Johns Hopkins University
B.A., Psychology

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Malcolm Kahn
Executive Director
University of Miami Counseling
Job Training and Vocational Rehabilitation Se...
Po Box 248186, Miami, FL 33124
Website: miami.edu
Malcolm Kahn Stevens Innovations, LLC Castlepoint On Hudson, Uptown, NJ 07030
Malcolm Kahn
Manager
University of Miami 5600 Merrick Dr, Miami, FL 33146
305-2844887

Publications

Us Patents

Multi-Sensor System For Fluid Monitoring With Selective Exposure Of Sensors

US Patent:
7100427, Sep 5, 2006
Filed:
May 7, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/840650
Inventors:
Malcolm R. Kahn - Franklin Lakes NJ,
Piu Francis Man - Ann Arbor MI,
Glenn Martin - Farmington Hills MI,
Assignee:
Sensicore, Inc. - Ann Arbor MI
International Classification:
G01B 11/00
US Classification:
73 5301
Abstract:
Various sensor unit configurations are disclosed within the context of a fluid quality monitoring system. The distribution of sensor units can be accomplished using existing product distribution channels to sell, distribute and install sensor units so that a fluid distribution monitoring system can be established at relatively low cost, on a wider basis, and by locating sensor units at the most desirable location from problem detection standpoint, the location of the end user.

Fluid Treatment Apparatus With Input And Output Fluid Sensing

US Patent:
7104115, Sep 12, 2006
Filed:
May 7, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/840649
Inventors:
Malcolm R. Kahn - Franklin Lakes NJ,
Glenn Martin - Farmington Hills MI,
Piu Francis Man - Ann Arbor MI,
Assignee:
Sensicore, Inc. - Ann Arbor MI
International Classification:
G01N 11/00
US Classification:
73 5301
Abstract:
Various sensor unit configurations are disclosed within the context of a fluid quality monitoring system. The distribution of sensor units can be accomplished using existing product distribution channels to sell, distribute and install sensor units so that a fluid distribution monitoring system can be established at relatively low cost, on a wider basis, and by locating sensor units at the most desirable location from problem detection standpoint, the location of the end user.

Fluid Monitoring Systems And Methods With Data Communication To Interested Parties

US Patent:
7249000, Jul 24, 2007
Filed:
May 7, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/840639
Inventors:
Malcolm R. Kahn - Franklin Lakes NJ,
Piu Francis Man - Ann Arbor MI,
Glenn Martin - Farmington Hills MI,
Assignee:
Sensicore, Inc. - Ann Arbor MI
International Classification:
G06F 11/00
US Classification:
702188, 702 30, 702 50
Abstract:
Various sensor unit configurations are disclosed within the context of a fluid quality monitoring system. The distribution of sensor units can be accomplished using existing product distribution channels to sell, distribute and install sensor units so that a fluid distribution monitoring system can be established at relatively low cost, on a wider basis, and by locating sensor units at the most desirable location from problem detection standpoint, the location of the end user.

Multi-Sensor System For Fluid Monitoring With Selective Exposure Of Sensors

US Patent:
7367222, May 6, 2008
Filed:
Aug 23, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/508172
Inventors:
Malcolm R. Kahn - Franklin Lakes NJ,
Piu Francis Man - Ann Arbor MI,
Glenn Martin - Farmington Hills MI,
International Classification:
G01B 11/00
US Classification:
73 5301
Abstract:
A multi-sensor apparatus for monitoring a fluid is described. The apparatus includes a plurality of sensors, wherein each sensor is configured to be exposed to a fluid, and includes at least one membrane that covers the plurality of sensors. A mechanical member or a heating element can be used to selectively expose a particular sensor to the fluid leaving another of the sensors unexposed to the fluid.

Systems And Methods For Fluid Quality Sensing, Data Sharing And Data Visualization

US Patent:
7424399, Sep 9, 2008
Filed:
Jun 9, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/450923
Inventors:
Malcolm R. Kahn - Franklin Lakes NJ,
Uwe Michalak - Ypsilanti MI,
Dimitris Papageorgiou - Ann Arbor MI,
Assignee:
GE Analytical Instruments, Inc. - Boulder CO
International Classification:
G06F 11/00
US Classification:
702188, 702 25, 702 50
Abstract:
A service provider receives fluid test data generated from multiple different entities and permits authorized users affiliated with the different entities, as well as others, to visualize information associated with that data to via the Internet using graphical computer interfaces at respective computers. The fluid test data can be gathered using portable sensor units equipped with GPS and wireless communication to transmit the fluid test data and geographical information to the service provider.

Passive Acoustic Underwater Intruder Detection System

US Patent:
8195409, Jun 5, 2012
Filed:
Nov 3, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/938708
Inventors:
Michael Bruno - Hoboken NJ,
Barry Bunin - Far Hills NJ,
Laurent Fillinger - Hoboken NJ,
Howard Goheen - Manahawkin NJ,
Alexander Sedunov - Jersey City NJ,
Nikolay Sedunov - Jersey City NJ,
Alexander Sutin - Summit NJ,
Mikhail Tsionskiy - East Rutherford NJ,
Jeremy Turner - Hoboken NJ,
Malcolm Kahn - Franklin Lakes NJ,
Hady R. Salloum - Glen Ridge NJ,
Assignee:
The Trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology - Hoboken NJ
International Classification:
G01F 17/00
US Classification:
702 56
Abstract:
A portable threat detection apparatus and method is disclosed which may comprise a plurality of acoustic emission sensors arranged in a cluster, forming a polygon defining at least two axes of alignment between respective pairs of acoustic emission sensors; a computing device in cooperation with a non-transitory computer readable storage medium comprising computer readable instructions for performing: receiving a first signal produced by a first acoustic emission sensor within a respective pair of acoustic emission sensors, in response to the first acoustic emission sensor detecting an acoustic emission from a source, and receiving a second signal produced by a second acoustic emission sensor within the respective pair of acoustic emission sensors, in response to the second acoustic emission sensor detecting the acoustic emission; determining a cross-correlation factor between the first signal and the second signal; and, determining a bearing to the source based on the cross correlation factor.

Monitoring Systems And Methods For Fluid Testing

US Patent:
2005025, Nov 10, 2005
Filed:
May 7, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/840628
Inventors:
Malcolm Kahn - Franklin Lakes NJ,
Glenn Martin - Farmington Hills MI,
Piu Man - Ann Arbor MI,
Assignee:
Sensicore, Inc. - Ann Arbor MI
International Classification:
G06F011/00
US Classification:
702188000
Abstract:
Various sensor unit configurations are disclosed within the context of a fluid quality monitoring system. The distribution of sensor units can be accomplished using existing product distribution channels to sell, distribute and install sensor units so that a fluid distribution monitoring system can be established at relatively low cost, on a wider basis, and by locating sensor units at the most desirable location from problem detection standpoint, the location of the end user.

Systems And Methods For Fluid Quality Monitoring Using Portable Sensors In Connection With Supply And Service Entities

US Patent:
2006002, Jan 26, 2006
Filed:
Aug 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/201325
Inventors:
Malcolm Kahn - Franklin Lakes NJ,
Uwe Michalak - Ypsilanti MI,
Assignee:
Sensicore, Inc. - Ann Arbor MI
International Classification:
G01N 11/00
G01N 35/08
G06F 11/00
G01N 33/487
US Classification:
702188000, 436055000, 073053010
Abstract:
A method of monitoring fluid quality is described. At least one of raw fluid quality data and processed fluid quality data is communicated from one or more portable sensor units configured for wireless communication to one or more wireless transceivers, the raw fluid quality data and processed fluid quality data having been generated based upon measurements made using the portable sensor unit(s) at different locations corresponding to different points of fluid delivery. The locations are controlled by separate entities. At least one of the raw fluid quality data and the processed fluid quality data is communicated from the wireless transceiver(s) to a data collection system. At least one of the raw fluid quality data, the processed fluid quality data, and fluid quality measures derived therefrom is communicated to additional entities other than the separate entities.

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