Dr. Sabatino Nacson, Ph.D.
A Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry, Dr. Nacson has 25 years of comprehensive experience
and knowledge in new product development, engineering, chemistry, instrumentation
and field applications. His experience covers pharmaceutical, security, life science,
environmental and industrial environments.
He has a vast experience ensuring that norms, regulations and standards are observed
by engineers, technicians and other personnel within the context of ethics, safety and
regulations. He is a problem solver and decision-maker who is constantly upgrading
skills while innovating new ways to improve efficiencies. As well as being a strong
individual contributor, he is an effective leader and co-operative team player who
continually contributes to the achievement of team targets. Dr. Nacson is fluent in
English, French, Italian and Arabic.
· Ph.D. (Analytical Chemistry) University of Toronto, 1986
· Master of Engineering -Institute of Aerospace Studies 1981
· Honor B.S. (Chemistry), York University, 1978
· Electrical Technologist, Don Bosco Institute of Technology (Italy) 1971
Dr. Sabatino also holds a position with TeknoScan Systems Inc., Vaughan, Ontario as CTO & Co-CEO focusing on new product development in the security, environmental and pharmaceutical markets. His areas of research leading to new product development include developing the company IP, patent filing and publications. As head of the R&D department, he handles daily managerial functions of a team of engineers, scientists. He possesses excellent software and hardware skills.
Managerial functions include budgeting, allocation of resources, applications for government funding and working with various security agencies in responding to their technological needs, improvement to existing instrumentation, consumable markets analyses and upgrading existing screening equipment for cost saving and reliability.
Dr. Nacson is an Adjunct Professor of Chemistry at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, where he has conducted research and supervised PHD and Masters level students in chemistry. Teaching interests cover analytical chemistry presented on instrumentation analysis, lectures based on ion mobility, spectrometry and mass spectrometry. He has been an invited speaker at the Department of Chemistry, Waterloo University, an invited lecturer at Ryerson University and an invited speaker at a mass spectrometry group meeting. Joint publications on research were also done at UW and TSI.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS MEMBERSHIPS:
· Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario
· Canadian Spectroscopy Society
· Canadian Society of Mass Spectrometry
· Society of Chemical Engineering of Ontario
· American Chemical Society