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Dec- 2009

Curriculum Vitae
Contact Information
Name: Itay Erlich Jantzis
Address: 75 West St, New York, NY 10006
Telephone: 646-320-3514
E-Mail: erlichitay@gmail.com

Personal Information
Date of Birth: 01/09/1982
Place of Birth: Venezuela
Citizenship: Israeli
Gender: Male
Employment History - Work History:
Dec of
2008-now Lab manager at the college of Staten Island (City
University of
NewYork), Taking part and leading students in
academic research,
Operating industry projects for the CePM (Center for
Engineered
Polymeric Materials at the CSI).

2006-2008 Supervisor of security control room at DHL Petach


Tikva (as
Hashmira Group's employee)

2000-2003 Aircraft Communications Technician in the Israeli Air-


Force
(military service). Was leading a team of 7 IDF
soldiers as well as 6
underground control rooms.

Academic Positions:
2004.2008 Headed the Plastic Engineer Division of the
Student Union of Shenkar College

Research:
Oct 2009-now “Development of a Metal Micro-Textured Thermal
Interface Material”
at the College of Staten Island (instructed by Dr. Alan
M. Lyons)
May-Sep 2009
“Hydrofluoric acid Resistant - Hard Coatings for Glass”
project of the
“Center for Engineered Polymeric Materials” for the
industry, at the
College of Staten Island (instructed by Dr. Alan M.
Lyons)
Feb 2009
-now “Fabricating Three Dimensional Superhydrophobic
Surfaces with
Rapid Prototyping Tools” at the College of Staten
Island (instructed
by Dr. Alan M. Lyons”

2007.2008 "Toughening and Reduction of Shrinkage


Polymerization of Dental nano-Composites" at B.J.M
Laboratories Ltd. (final project of my B.Sc. studies). Copy
of project available upon request.

Education
University:
2004-2008 B.Sc. of Polymer Engineer Degree at Shenkar College
of Engineering
and Design (Israel)
College:
1999-2000 Electronic Technician studies diploma at Amal Bet P”T
College (Israel)
High School:
1996-1999 Majored in Electronics at Amal Bet Technical High
school P”T (Israel)

Professional Qualifications
Languages Skills:
English - reading, writing and speaking skills (good level)
Spanish - reading, writing and speaking skills (good level)
Hebrew - (Mother tongue)

Computer Skills:
Word, Excel, Power point, C++, SigmaPlot
CAD: Solid works an Inventor
CAE: Moldflow

Engineer and Science proficiency in the field of polymers:


Thermoplastics, Thermosetic and Elastomeric materials
Nano-technology: (POSS)
Injectoin, Extrusion, Blow molding and Thermoforming technologies
Copy of "Design project of an injected product" available upon
request
CAD: Inventor and Solid works
CAE: Moldflow
Goniometer – Surface Science
X-ray difftaction
DMA: Dynamic Mechanical Analysis

Professional Memberships:
Student affiliate member of the Society of Plastic Engineers
Career Objective:
My desire is to receive a position that puts me in a challenging,
creative and competitive work environment that will allow me to
implement all my skills, education, competencies, and capabilities
to their fullest potential.

Professional Qualifications:
Discipline and creative crisis management are two concepts that
exemplify my background. Both of them are connected to my
experience in the Israeli Air Force and in Shenkar College of
Engineering and Design. These values became deeply engrained in
my professional evolution and character development. These
qualities put me in the remarkable position of viewing crisis as an
opportunity. They have offered me a wide variety of experiences
and have facilitated my unconventional thought process and
approach to problem solving.

Personal Qualifications:
Growing up I have lived in many different countries: Venezuela,
Mexico, Spain, and Israel. This is on account of my parents being
involved in the Jewish Agency (a diplomatic organization of the state
of Israel). The experiences I acquired by living in different
environments in the world have molded my adaptable nature as
well as exposed me to many cultures and many avenues of thought.
This, along with my professional experience, reinforces an openness
and flexibility in my approach to situations which I consider
invaluable.