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Hi I am looking for a job in metallrugy or materials science. I am very good at using all materials testing instruments. characterization
techiniques. I am giving my resume below. if you come across any thing that relates my resume please let me know
Also if you have any comments on my resume please let me know
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MURALI GORANTLA 1435 Forest Ln, Fairborn, Oh-45324, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com , (937) 654-4560
OBJECTIVE "Meticulous, Self-motivated Professional seeks a challenging and rewarding position in an organization, where creative and innovative approaches are required for problem solving, strategy development, and fulfillment of business goals"
SUMMARY  3 + Years of research experience specializing in Material characterization and Microscopy  2 + years of experience in Failure analysis as a part of research (SEM/TEM/OM)  2 + years of extensive experience in Polymer extrusion and fiber spinning  Extensive experience in Metallography, Materials testing and software packages
EDUCATION Master of Science, Materials Science Wright State University, Dayton, OH Mar 2006 GPA 3.60/4.0 Bachelor of Technology, Metallurgy, JNTU, Hyderabad, India, Apr 2002 GPA 3.78/4.0
EXPERIENCE Research Assistant, Wright State University-Dayton, Oh Sep’ 2003 -Present.  Optimized the processing conditions to Modified Wet spinning of nanofibers (<500nm) of several polymers including Polyvinyl Butyrate (B-79), Poly Acrylonitrile (PAN)  Successfully constructed the Modified wet spinning apparatus that was optimized to produce nanofibers (100nm-10µm) in a Spool  Examined the extent of alloying of lead in copper using scanning electron microscope (SEM)  Performed surface characterization of the Polymer Nanochannel fibers using SEM  Performed failure analysis and compared between sintered and unsintered products  Designed fluid cell in soildworks and studied the behavior of fibers inside the fluid cell at various injection speeds  Labs Supervised: Metallography, Machining, Materials Testing, and Strength of materials.  Experiments conducted: Polishing, etching and characterization, Rockwell hardness, Vickers Hardness, Impact test, Tension Testing, Shear Strength, Thin-walled Pressure Vessel and Beam Bending.
Research Assistant, JNTU, India Jun’ 2001-Apr’ 2002  Developed software application in C language using graphics for the gating system of casting.  Assisted Preparing samples for Metallography and Material characterization
INSTRUMENTAL SKILLS Scanning electron microscope (SEM), Eurotherm 818, Transmission electron microscope (TEM), Micro Hardness Tester, Optical microscope (NIKON Epiphot), Mounting Press, Instron 4505 Tensile Tester, Impact testing Machine, Universal Fatigue Testing Machine, Harvard 33 Syringe pump
SOFTWARE SKILLS Languages : C, C++, Data Structures Packages : MS-office, EDS 2000, Omni Met, Clemex, Solid Works
ADVANCED COURSE WORK Metallurgical & Statistical Analysis, Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Physical Polymer Science, Powder Processing of Materials, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Advanced Ceramics and Applications, Thermodynamics of Solids, Phase Transformation in Solids, Electro Metallurgy, Numerical Methods and algorithms, Nonferrous Metallurgy.
PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS  M. Gorantla, S. E. Boone, M. El-Ashry, D. Young, “Continuous Polymer Nanofibers By Extrusion Into A Viscous Medium: A Modified Wet Spinning Technique”. (Accepted for publication in Applied physics letters)  M. Gorantla, S. E. Boone, C. Clark, R. Esser, M. El-Ashry, D. Young, “Extrusion of a Solvated Polymer Into a Moving Viscous Medium Allows Generation of Continuous Polymer Nanofibers Via Hydrodynamic Focusing”(Submitted for Advanced materials)  Murali Gorantla, Srinivas Mellacheruvu, Henry Daniel Young, “Fabrication and Fiber Mechanics of Nanofibers Produced by a Modified Wet Spinning Technique”, Proc. of MS&T 2005, Pittsburg, PA, Sep 2005.
 Murali Gorantla, Purushottam kakarlapudi, “Silica aerogels”, Proc. of COSMET 2001, INDIA, Aug 18-20, 2001.
CONFERENCES  Ohio Nano summit March 2005 WPAFB Dayton, Ohio  Materials Science and Technology (MS&T) September 2005, Pittsburgh, PA  Materials Research Society (MRS) November 2005 Boston, MA
LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES, AWARDS & ASSOCIATIONS  Vice-president of ASM International, WSU, Dayton, OH 2004-2005  President of Indian Student Association, WSU, Dayton, OH 2004-2005  Member of Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society (TMS), American Ceramics Society, Association for iron and steel technology, Materials research society  General Secretary of Metallurgical Students Association, JNTU, Hyderabad, INDIA 2000-2002
REFERENCES Available upon request
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If your interested, you may want to check out Fort MacMurray in Alberta Canada. Huge tar sands /oil development there with lots of expertise needed in such areas as welding engineering/ piping metalugy/ corrosion and such.
Accomadations may be a problem but hey-the money is really good. Google it and see if it suits you. And BTW-if you like frontier towns then thats the place to be. Good luck!!!
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