Nye A. Clinton, Ph.D.

Dr. Clinton joined MATRIC in December, 2004 and has worked on major projects helping customers develop proprietary and innovative chemical processes. He has broad experience in the development and commercialization of chemical process technologies.

Previously, he joined Union Carbide at Tarrytown, N.Y., where he rose to the level of Associate Director of R&D. He also had responsibility for management of the Bound Brook pilot plant and analytical group. Dr. Clinton was then given responsibility for the R&D portion of the Industrial Performance Chemicals (IPC) Group with the added responsibility for CARBOWAX, Surfactants, Ethanolamines, Alkyl Alkanolamines, and Ethyleneamines. With this new assignment, he moved to South Charleston as Associate Director of R&D, while serving as a member of the IPC Strategic Management Team.

Dr. Clinton has authored or coauthored review articles, chapters in books, and entries in encyclopedias on poly(ethylene glycols), as well as being coauthor of the book “Handbook of Quenchants and Quenching Technology”.

Nye A. Clinton, Ph.D.

SENIOR RESEARCH SCIENTIST

Dr. Clinton joined MATRIC in December, 2004 and has worked on major projects helping customers develop proprietary and innovative chemical processes. He has broad experience in the development and commercialization of chemical process technologies.

Previously, he joined Union Carbide at Tarrytown, N.Y., where he rose to the level of Associate Director of R&D. He also had responsibility for management of the Bound Brook pilot plant and analytical group. Dr. Clinton was then given responsibility for the R&D portion of the Industrial Performance Chemicals (IPC) Group with the added responsibility for CARBOWAX, Surfactants, Ethanolamines, Alkyl Alkanolamines, and Ethyleneamines. With this new assignment, he moved to South Charleston as Associate Director of R&D, while serving as a member of the IPC Strategic Management Team.

Dr. Clinton has authored or coauthored review articles, chapters in books, and entries in encyclopedias on poly(ethylene glycols), as well as being coauthor of the book “Handbook of Quenchants and Quenching Technology”.

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Massachusetts

CONTACT

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