March 7, 2008, 10am-2pm

Host: Seagate Technology, Bloomington, MN


I.Introductions


Dennis Evans, Industrial Hygienist introduced Seagate to the audience. There were 28 attendees including 10 industry professionals present. Dennis proceeded to moderate the session.


II.Student Papers


Dr. Bryan Beamer and Dr Elbert Sorrell's students from UW Stout presented:   


  1. Lucas Digman - University of Wisconsin-Stout, Take a Breath: An Investigation into the Application of Closed Circuit of Self Contained Breathing


  1. Kaprice Knaup - University of Wisconsin-Stout, Ion Implementation and the Control Used to Measure Radiation Exposure


  1. Andrew Englund - University of Wisconsin-Stout, Hexavalent Chromium Exposure during the Demolition of Decommissioned Semiconductor Fabrications


  1. Chad Stuart - University of Wisconsin-Stout, The Process of Selecting Qualified Construction Contractors


Dr. Todd Loushine's student from UMD presented:


5. Keith Mullen - University of Minnesota - Duluth, An Analysis of the use of Mathematical Models to Predict Chemical Inhalation Exposures versus


IV. Discussion and Adjournment

There was excellent interaction between students and Chapter members. The meeting was adjourned at approximately 1:00pm.


The next meeting topic is Optimizing Exhaust Ventilation. It is tentatively planned for June at FSI.


Submitted By Twin Cities Chapter President: Jay Rodstein - Honeywell, 763-954-2718, jay.rodstein@honeywell.com