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Ning Ma, ~58San Francisco, CA

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San Francisco, CA   

Washington, DC   

Chevy Chase, MD   

Work

Company: Dept. of anesthesia & perioperative care Jan 2011 Position: Assistant specialist

Education

School / High School: Capital Medical University Sep 1996 Specialities: Ph.D.

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Lawyers & Attorneys

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Ning Ma - Lawyer

Address:
Demei Law Offices
215-1504800 (Office)
Licenses:
New York - Currently registered 2008
Education:
University of Wisconsin Law School
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Ning Ma - Lawyer

Address:
Demei Law Firm
213-4141676 (Office)
Licenses:
Wisconsin - Good Standing 2007
Education:
University of Wisconsin Law SchoolGraduated 2007
Languages:
English

Resumes

Resumes

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Ning Ma - Santa Clara, CA

Work:
Dept. of Anesthesia & Perioperative Care Jan 2011 to Jan 2012
Assistant Specialist
UCSF - San Francisco, CA Jan 2009 to Dec 2010
Postdoctoral Fellow
Capital Medical University Sep 1992 to Apr 2008
Anesthesiologist
Education:
Capital Medical University Sep 1996 to Jul 2002
Ph.D.
Xuzhou Medical College Sep 1987 to Jul 1992
M.D.

Publications

Us Patents

Shape Memory Alloy Actuated Steerable Drilling Tool

US Patent:
2007022, Oct 4, 2007
Filed:
Feb 13, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/706143
Inventors:
Ning Ma - San Mateo CA,
Ralf J. Muller - Conroe TX,
Leyland Smith - The Woodlands TX,
International Classification:
E21B 47/02
E21B 44/00
E21B 7/04
US Classification:
175 26, 175 45, 175 61
Abstract:
A rotary steerable apparatus is provided having an actuator for pushing the bit or pointing the bit that includes a shape memory alloy. An elongated form of the alloy, such as a wire or rod, is employed in a mechanism that applies force in a direction transverse to the wellbore in response to a change in length of the alloy. Temperature of the alloy is controlled to change shape and produce the desired force on pads for operating the apparatus. The apparatus may be used with downhole power generation and control electronics to steer a bit, either in response to signals from the surface or from downhole instruments.

Aeroelastic Canopy With Solar Panels

US Patent:
2010010, May 6, 2010
Filed:
Nov 3, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/289725
Inventors:
David Taggart - San Carlos CA,
Gianluigi Mascolo - Emeryville CA,
Ning Ma - San Mateo CA,
Assignee:
OptiSolar, Inc. - Hayward CA
International Classification:
E04H 15/02
E04H 15/34
US Classification:
135 96, 135121
Abstract:
An aeroelastic solar-power-generating canopy is described that requires minimal construction efforts. The canopy can be formed over supporting structures such as columns, without requiring an existing roof. The canopy contains a plurality of solar panels arranged substantially adjacent to each other, which are coupled to attachment members. Linking members are coupled to the attachment members, the linking members providing a flexing point for the solar panels. A cable is coupled to the linking members, spanning a substantial portion of the distance covered by the solar panels, providing a restraining force. And, at least one of the attachment members and cable is coupled to a supporting structure, wherein the cable in conjunction with the linking members allows the solar panels to dynamically react to loads, the arranged solar panels operating as a covering and as a source of solar power.

Flexible Roof-Mount System And Method For Solar Panels

US Patent:
2010017, Jul 15, 2010
Filed:
Jan 13, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/318944
Inventors:
Gianluigi Mascolo - Emeryville CA,
David F. Taggart - San Carlos CA,
Ning Ma - San Mateo CA,
Philip Rettger - Moraga CA,
Assignee:
OPTISOLAR INC. - Hayward CA
International Classification:
E04B 7/18
E04D 13/18
E04G 23/00
US Classification:
521733, 248237, 5274521
Abstract:
Systems and methods are disclosed for efficiently securing solar panels on a roof surface that does not require penetration of the roof membrane. Supports for the solar panels are designed with a small footprint with sufficient spacing to allow free drainage between the supports. A simple, low-cost attachment member or clip can be integrated with each support to attach the panel to the support, and in some instances the clip (or its mount on the support) can also be used to lift the support to the roof. The panels can include one or more rails that can slide through a loosened clip, but be held securely in place by a tightened clip. The panels can be installed initially with the clips grasping the rails loosely and once the supports and rails are in their final positions, the clips can be fully tightened to form a rigid solar panel array.

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