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Lawrence Kelley

Mechanical Engineer

Mechanical Engineer since 1992 (BSME). College work focus at Clarkson and Rensselaer was Thermal Science / Energy / Mechanical Systems. Experience includes work designing high-technology polymeric fasteners in the 1990's, computer systems and programming work thoughout my career, and industrial...
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Engineer/Project Manager  
Intertek's CECET: "Center for Evaluation of Clean Energy Technology", May 2013 to August 2014, Clifton Park, New York United States
(Energy)
Lawrence B. Kelley, is a mechanical engineering Project Manager for the Center for Evaluation of Clean Energy Technology (CECET), an Intertek company. CECET is a consortium of public, private and educational institutions joined to establish wind and solar photovoltaic test and research capabilities in New York State. This initiative is led by Intertek; an OSHA accredited Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) that will provide all certification services. Intertek has over 30,000 employees, at 1000 offices and labs in 100 countries around the world. URL: http://www.CECET.com.

Energy Consultant  
MTECH Laboratories, LLC, April 2012 to May 2013

ASHRAE-based energy lighting audits; U.S. Industrial-LED Market Research & Development; Industrial LED Competitive Beta-Testing & Sales Prospect Support; Albany-based U.S. & New York State government agency product registration; MTECH Visualization and R&D Service Marketing.

2012 Newsletter Editor (Volunteer), Albany, New York Region  
New York Solar Energy Society, Inc. (NYSES.org), December 2011 to May 2013

Attend board-meeting teleconferences and New York State chapter / Albany-region events, produce statewide newsletter for posting to section's website.

Schenectady-Section Social Media Consultant (Volunteer)  
IEEE, October 2011 to April 2012

Have been advising IEEE Schenectady Section Volunteer Judy Kilday - since she requested my help in October 2011 - for proper use of free Internet event-promotion tools including LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Google Documents. Have also advised her IEEE Employment group on effective use techniques for LinkedIn, in addition to receiving job networking help myself.

Mechanical Engineer (Volunteer): Wikipedian  
Wikipedia, January 2010 to May 2013

Contributor / Editor domain-expert for fasteners and general mechanical engineering articles. My WP Username = "Lawrence Kelley" (my real name).

Internet Domain Engineer (Mechanical Domains)  
GlobalSpec.com, April 2008 to January 2011

*** PLEASE SEE "PUBLICATIONS" SECTION BELOW TO INSPECT *** *** PARTIAL LIST OF MY GS WORK (URLs) *** Troy, NY Office: Responsible for reviewing and "classifying" (connecting) global engineering, manufacturing, and other industrial-profile company web site products and services to standard GlobalSpec technology areas. Working with editorial team, I blog and interact with the global engineering community at Engineer's Forum "Conference Room Four", http://CR4.globalspec.com (username "April05"). Support customer care and sales teams during prospecting and client calls. Support college work-study and early career engineers in making connections to standard GS areas and templates I inherited and created. Design new mechanical-technology-domain search forms designed for an engineering / technical audience. Improve taxonomy / organization for responsible domain areas, including mechanical fasteners, gas sensing / instruments, and human personal-protective products. Identify and expand taxonomy into profitable / emerging areas. Test new software tools used for web site (schema, database, etc.) publishing. Follow competitors - KellySearch.com, AliBaba.com, GlobalSources.com, ThomasRegister.com, and ensure our products remain competitive. Added new functionality (MS Visual Basic for Access) to our MS Access classification tool / workflow system. Maintain mechanical engineer skills by performing Executive Committee (Vice Chair) volunteer work for my local ASME-Hudson-Mohawk section, including maintainting section’s web site and traveling to Dallas, TX and NYC to represent section. Took 3-credit hour in-class database design course (Kroenke text) at Schenectady County Community College (SCCC), ending May ’08, to keep database skills current (received “A”). Attended Automation Technology East (ATXEast.com) trade show, NYC's Javits Convention Center, June 2010 for LEAN training (Bosch-Rexroth), to meet existing clients, and to learn about important emerging technologies.

Contract Mechanical Engineer + Database Administrator (DBA)  
GE Energy, June 2007 to April 2008

One-year contract engineer, via Adecco Technical Services. Left GE on very good terms at 11th month into one year contract, upon receipt of better-paying direct-hire offer from GlobalSpec.com (Troy). Still have friends at GE Schenectady. Worked with multiple GE-customized turbine-fleet gas fuels (combustion calculation) software, including Pegasus and custom Excel fuel-curve macros. Supported Schenectady-based engineers during their trips to Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Bangalore, etc. Ran Oracle reports for GE Energy Greenville Executive Dr. Marshalla M. Schile, tracking overseas travel-related costs. My direct-report was senior Mechanical Engineer / Dept. Manager, John Almstead. I was responsible for GE Energy intranet web pages for Gas Turbine-Equipment, Applications Engineering group. My team performed engineering review for GE-Schenectady's commercial quotes group. Web technologies I worked with included Java, Java Script, HTML, and a proprietary version of Microsoft Engineering-Community social-media software written for GE called *SupportCentral*. Organized weekly global Internet-teleconference (WebEx / SameTime) Engineering Proposal Deviation Review ("EPDR") meetings (included senior GE Chief Engineers), recording notes and decisions for inclusion / search in globally shared Oracle database. Weekly EPDR meetings included teams from China, India, Greenville SC, Belfort-France, Atlanta and other global locations. I maintained the local A/E department server. Global presenters prepared MS PowerPoint presentations, which I associated/saved following each weekly meeting. I performed regular backups of global EPDR Oracle database and other important Gas Turbine Applications dept. data. Attended GE Schenectady engineering continuing-education group trainings, including GE Generator and HVAC theory classes, with direct-hire ("blue-badge") staff. Coordinated with Dell-laptop leasing contractor company to order, repair and retire computers.

Independent Mechanical & Software Engineer  
ADK Cleanroom - adkcleanroom.com, September 2006 to June 2007

Performed PC repair work in the Saratoga area, took technical temp-work Capital Region assignments, and did volunteer work for my local ASME chapter. To keep my engineering skills sharp, took two, 3-credit hour community college courses, "Web Page Design Using Adobe Dreamweaver“ (Hudson Valley CC) and "Programming in MS Visual Basic 2005.NET” (Adirondack CC) as evening courses at Capital Region community colleges. Created prototype web-page / registered URL for new startup company aimed at AMD Malta / Luther Forest, "Adirondack Cleanroom", ADKCleanroom.com.

Mechanical Engineer - Mechanical Fatigue Laboratory  
Benet Laboratories - Watervliet Arsenal Mechanical Testing, May 2005 to September 2006

*** Was a direct-hire, U.S. government (GS-pay scale) federal employee. Competitive position / OPM screened. *** Performed cyclic fatigue testing for mortars, cannon sections, and other existing and experimental weapon designs for U.S. Army and other U.S. government military branches, in large high-bay mechanical test facility. Benet Laboratories is a testing laboratory component of the Watervliet Arsenal. Military customers included WA's higher-authority, Picatinny Arsenal (NJ). Oversaw / worked with technicians for test fixturing - including strain gauges and hydraulic systems - testing cannon sections and mortar bases. Captured technical / promotional video of testing using high-speed digital camera and analog equipment, and performed analyzes. Performed procurements related to design projects. Reported details of cannon fatigue testing to senior Army Civilian Project Managers. Participated in Integrated Project Teams, working with colleagues at other Army engineering offices. To track and control costs, generated and shared MS Project schedules, capturing data that included man-hours for federal worker-resources. Performed stress, strain and other material calculations. Researched new materials. Researched and specified dynamic-specification i-beams to support custom cannon-breech testing machine for new weapon system. Created web pages for posting on internal laboratory website. For continuing education, took master's-level continuing education course "Mechanics of Solids" (Rensselaer Professor = Dr. Dvorak). Cont-Ed: December 2005 to Santa Monica, CA composites conference "MIL-17 PMC Coordination Meeting". Represented Benet's Fatigue Lab. Also, Abaris Composites Training (Reno NV). Received written award and cash bonus from my Army Civilian supervisor - Dr. Eric Kathe - related to my lab support of successful Army Captain/RPI-PhD candidate. Eric was also a professor at Union College (Schenectady).

Mechanical Engineering Writer - Bulk Palletizing Robotics  
Robotics.org - Robotic Industries Association (RIA), May 2005 to May 2005

My article: http://www.robotics.org/content-detail.cfm/Industrial-Robotics-News/Bulk-Palletizing-Robotics:-Strengthening-the-Food-and-Beverage-Industry's-Bottom-Line/content_id/1082 *** Freelance article I wrote - still on web site during check on March 21st 2011 - has been running / earning revenue for RIA - w/ high-quality robotics-industry industrial advertisers - for over (5) years. *** I telephone interviewed key industry players, including an engineering manager from Fanuc Robotics America, to write article (see piece for names of persons I spoke with). RIA is an important Ann Arbor, Michigan based trade organization and respected robotics-industry publisher. Article also ran in RIA's hard-copy trade magazine as well. The RIA trade organization's web site is viewed by the global engineering community that includes engineers at automobile manufacturing plants, as well as engineers working in the food distribution industry.

Mechanical Engineer (Volunteer): Chair & Webmaster positions - Hudson-Mohawk Section Ex-Comm  
VOLUNTEER-LEADER: ASME.org Hudson-Mohawk Senior-Section Chair, January 2005 to Present, Schenectady, New York United States

Hold Section Chair and Webmaster executive committee positions w/ Hudson-Mohawk section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineer's U.S. Northeastern "District A". Have organized multiple events and been an active member since 2005. See our *Newsletters* section on the ASME H-M web site for details of events I've organized and PDF's I've posted over the years.

Product Line Manager - Nitta-Tecnomors-CRS Robotics Global Lines  
Applied Robotics, April 2002 to September 2003

*** Global partner automatic tool changer, pneumatic gripper, and servo-gripper URLs: Japan: http://www.nitta.co.jp/english/product/mechasen/mechatro/top.html Italy: http://www.tecnomors.it/Home.html Canada: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CRS_Robotics *** Provided North American and European technical support and product training of robot end-effector product-lines manufactured by international suppliers/co-owners. Introduced and supported PC/Visual Basic controlled Servo Gripper for laboratory automation customers. Provided continuous training and support to Regional Sales Managers, European sales office, Engineering department, other staff and customers. Visited suppliers and customers. Conducted consignment product audits for our Italian and Japanese co-owners.

Product Manager, Industrial Modems & I/O  
SIXNET-Digitronics, January 2000 to March 2002

For over two consecutive years, increased global product-line sales of SIXNET's "VT-MODEM" series industrial modems, ethernet switches, and other SIXNET industrial I/O products. Accomplished this through personally identifying and signing new distributors, providing testing, and by providing technical support to OEMs, private-label resellers, system integrators, engineering specifying firms, stocking distributors, and end users. Provided firmware upgrades and modem chipset (AT command set) support to industrial modem, industrial ethernet switch, and other industrial I/O equipment customers. Introduced fiber-optic industrial ethernet switches to Europe-wide distribution team at 2000 Haarlem, Netherlands in-person technical presentation I conducted w/ SIXNET's president. Pursued, established and grew new Netherlands-based distributor, ATS.

Husband  
Husband and Wife, January 1999 to Present

Best partnership decision of my life! Celebrating (12) years of marriage October 15th, 2011.We have one daughter - Mary - born 2004. She's our biggest joy in life, hands-down. :)

Mechanical Engineer + Systems Administrator  
Craftech Industries (CraftechInd.com), August 1995 to December 1999

Performed design of custom and standard ANSI/DIN high-technology polymer fasteners and small parts for semiconductor, electronics, aerospace, municipal water, military and other industrial applications. AutoCAD was my primary design software. Craftech machines and injection-molds engineered fasteners, structural components, and small non-ferrous parts in over (90) application-specific plastics. Craftech also designs and manufactures injection mold tools. I assisted in the acquisition of business used to finance mold tools. While working at Craftech, I was an active member of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE), and attended - along with Craftech ownership and colleague - meetings in Hudson NY - Pittsfield MA - and NYS Capital Region, including a tour of GE's state-of-the-art Polymer Processing Development Center (PPDC) in Pittsfield (Husky and CD-Media Molding Machine tour). Managed NT/VAX computer networks (both servers and workstations). Specified, purchased, installed and upgraded new PCs, printers, and other PC/VAX networking equipment, for both engineers and non-engineering staff. Supported SolidWorks engineering workstations. Supported OCE large-plot (including blue-prints) engineering plotters. Installed Linux operating system to an engineering workstation. Installed and configured Sealevel-Systems CNC-Lathe controller PC cards. Migrated company enterprise software and telephone systems to Y2K compliant. As Systems Administrator, supported Graphics Designer in first-ever web site launch effort by reserving domain name and purchasing needed software, hardware and Internet service. Registered and maintained multiple domain names for Craftech ownership with Network Solutions, and worked with AT&T for both Internet and corporate telephone accounts. Was issued a Craftech Industries American Express Corporate Card - in my name - for computer and engineering equipment purchases. References for my work at CraftechInd.com available upon request.

Member, RPI Student Chapter, Troy, New York (Prof. Joseph Ting)  
ASHRAE, January 1992 to January 1992

Collaborated with MSME / Thermal-Energy Science student colleagues on class projects for Rensselaer professor and New York State Dormitory Authority ("DASNY") mechanical engineering employee, Joseph Ting.

Systems Analyst / Financial Systems Group  
Albany Medical College, January 1992 to January 1992

Financial systems analyst for AMC's accounting group.

Cavalry Scout (19-D) + MANPADS Stinger Missile Soldier  
New York Army National Guard, December 1988 to December 1996

To earn money for a competitive, private engineering college - Clarkson University (Potsdam, NY) - that I planned to attend, I enlisted and initially performed approximately 4-months of basic and advanced "Cav-Scout" training at the U.S. Army facility at Fort Knox, Kentucky. As a 19-D Cav Scout, I was initially attached to the U.S. Army's 1st Battalion / 210th Armor Division, based out of Albany, New York's New Scotland Avenue Armory (across from Albany Medical Center). Later, when the 1st-of-the-210th Armor was re-organized by the U.S. Army, my Albany-based squad was re-trained at Fort Bliss, Texas, and I became qualified as a MANPADS / Stinger Missile soldier, and received a *security clearance* for handling this sensitive weapon system. After retraining, my squad was then attached to the 1st Battalion, 69th Infantry Regiment, a component of the New York State National Guard's 42nd Infantry "Rainbow Division", with a headquarters at an armory in New York City (Manhattan). Before and while attending Clarkson University, I executed (6) years of one-weekend-per-month, 2-weeks per year national guard "active" training, at local armories and at Fort Drum. After my initial six years, I then served (2) years in-active "ready-reserve", and was eligible to be called to duty (activated) in case of state or federal emergency, by either the NYS governor or by the U.S. President.

education

Continuing Education: "Solar Development in New York"  
Lifelong Professional Education, Mechanical Engineering, Sustainable Energy, Jan, 2011 to Jan, 2011
"Dr. Richard Perez, Research Professor, University at Albany’s Atmospheric Sciences Research Center. He directs applied research and teaches in the fields of solar radiation, solar energy applications and daylighting. Dr. Perez has produced over 200 journal articles, conference papers and technical reports. He hold two US patents on methods of load management using photovoltaics. Dr. Perez has received several awards including the Charles Greeley Abbot Award from the American Solar Energy Society. Dr. Pradeep Haldar, Professor of Nanoengineering and Vice President of Clean Energy Programs, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, University of Albany. Dr. Haldar is also the Director of the Energy and Environmental Technology Applications Center (E2TAC) and Executive Director of iClean, the Clean Energy Incubator at E2TAC. Dr. Haldar focuses his research on advanced photovoltaics, advanced fuel cells, next generation superconductors and advanced power electronics..."

Continuing Education: US Green Building Council (USGBC / Upstate NY Chapter) "NYS Green Buildings &   
Event Certificate: AIA/GBCI Approved 1.0 LU/HSW/SD Learning Units, Thermal Science, Energy, Water, Environment, CO2 Emissions, Green Materials, Architecture, Jan, 2011 to Jan, 2011
Speakers: Anna Campas (NYS-OGS), James A. Comegys (NYS-DOH); Event Held: 13 Dec 2011 - 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM; Location: Saratoga National Golf Club. More Details: http://greenupstateny.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1034465&eventId=408094&EventViewMode=EventDetails

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute  
ME Cont-Ed Work (MS Program), Mechanical Engineering / Thermal & Fluid Science, Jan, 1992 to Jan, 2006
Last graduate-level class taken was *Mechanics of Solids* (Shames textbook) w/ RPI professor Dr. Dvorak: completed May 2006 while working at Watervliet Arsenal / Benet Laboratories.

Clarkson University  
BSME, Mechanical Engineering / Thermal Science, Jan, 1990 to Jan, 1992
Transferred from Hudson Valley Community College (Troy, NY).

Guilderland Central High School  
NYS Regents Math-Science HS Degree, Engineering / Computer Science Focus, Jan, 1980 to Jan, 1984


publications

Benet Laboratories Co-Contributor: "Using a Six-Ton Pile Driver to Mimic Firing Pressures of Large C     
Published by (Shock and Vibration Information Analysis Center (SAVIAC))
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME, Dr. Eric Kathe, PhD, Mechanical Engineer, Jack Keating, Senior Fatigue Labora.  Published October 30, 2005

Eric Kathe was primary author, lab manager and an adjunct professor in the mechanical engineering department at Union College (Schenectady, New York). I worked with senior fatigue laboratory engineer Jack Keating and hydraulic-hammer technicians to perform testing that factored into Dr. Kathe's publication and presentation in Florida. I investigated function and then produced a colorized AutoCAD drawing to demonstrate hydraulic flow in our lab's hammer, with my work - and that of my colleagues - used by Dr. Kathe at his 2005 Destin, Florida symposium. (LK NOTE SEPT 2012: BEFORE RECENT SAVIAC.ORG WEBSITE CHANGE, FROM 2005 TO 2011, THIS PDF DOCUMENT WAS POSTED PUBLICLY ON THIS INTERNET IN A WEB ARCHIVE located at http://www.saviac.org/76th_Symposium/Abstracts%202005.pdf. - Larry

Bulk Palletizing Robotics: Strengthening the Food and Beverage Industry's Bottom Line     
Published by (Robotic Industries Association (RIA))
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published May 02, 2005

*** As of time of this writing (March 2011), freelance article I wrote has been running / earning revenue for RIA - w/ high-quality robotics-industry industrial advertisers - for over (5) years. *** I telephone interviewed key industry players, including an engineering manager from Fanuc Robotics America, to write article (see piece for names of persons I spoke with). RIA is an important Ann Arbor, Michigan based trade organization and respected robotics-industry publisher. Article also ran in RIA's hard-copy trade magazine as well. The RIA trade organization's web site is viewed by the global engineering community that includes engineers at automobile manufacturing plants, as well as engineers working in the food distribution industry.

Bi-Weekly Mechanical Engineering & Technology Blogger: GlobalSpec's Conference Room Four (CR4) Engin     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published June 02, 2008

2008 - 2010: Worked with editorial staff, responded to global readers, and submitted blog pieces ~bi-weekly for GlobalSpec's "Conference Room Four (CR4)" Engineers' Forum. Was a Mechanical Engineering & Technology Blogger. Engineering, software, sustainability and other topics. Best blog piece received over 4,000 views.

2000-2002: Authored multiple SIXNET VT-MODEM-1,2,3 PDF Technical Notes     
Published by (SIXNETIO.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published March 15, 2002

*** As of time of this writing (March 2011), tech-notes I did testing for and authored have been generating revenue for SIXNET and posted for over (11) years on SIXNET's web site. *** I had potential VT-MODEM customers that were unsure send me their PLCs so that I could demonstrate proof-of-compatibility. Performed compatibility / configuration testing at SIXNET's Clifton Park office and created Windows configuration files. I generated several *new* technical notes, as well as improved existing ones. Makes I personally worked with included Allen-Bradley, OMRON, Modicon, Telemechanique, Mitsubishi, Modicon, Siemens, and Giddings and Lewis.

Plastic Beam Clamp & Clevis Hanger Asssembly Load Ratings     
Published by (CraftechInd.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME, Irving Gerard, Regina Donovan.  Published June 15, 1997

Web site publication date is approximate. Worked with RPI Mechanical Engineering graduate / Craftech Industries Vice President (one of my direct-reports) Irving "Skip" Gerard to obtain testing data for catalog / web site from Plastics Technology Laboratories (Pittsfield, MA). Provided hardware samples and reviewed data. Coordinated with Graphics Designer for hardcopy / web publishing. Data have been Internet-published for over (~14) years as of time of this writing.

Tribute: Nancy DeLoye Fitzroy (1st Woman to lead ASME)     
Published by (ASME Hudson Mohawk)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published October 31, 2008

Per request from Hudson-Mohawk's American Society of Mechanical Engineers Executive Committee and section chair, I wrote this tribute piece soonafter ASME-global's Honorary Membership was awarded to Ms. Fitzroy. Also leveraged same blog-piece for inclusion on my paying-employer's web site, GlobalSpec's Conference Room Four (CR4).

Electronic Version 1.0 Creator, Editor & Contributor: Applied Robotics "XChange" Monthly Newsletter     
Published by (Applied Robotics)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published June 15, 2003

Using Applied Robotic's GoldMine contact management software, coordinated with in-house web publisher (she used MS FrontPage), regional sales managers and their report, marketing analyst (Connie Schin), and ARI's VP, and revived defunct hardcopy version, creating first *electronic* version of Applied Robotics all-products newsletter. Sent monthly email blast for ~1 year, promoting existing and newly-acquired laboratory automation products I technically-supported, inventory-managed, and whose sales-figures I was responsible for, including CRS Robotics' new Serial Servo Gripper (SSG), Tecnomors' Pneumatic Gripper product line, and STI robotic-cell Light-Curtain products.

Captive Fasteners     
Published by (Wikipedia.org)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 20, 2011

As part of my ongoing volunteer service commitment / adult mechanical-engineering continuing education, contributed GS-Domain-related fastener article to non-profit, globally-known web site. Also attended Wikipedia's 10th Anniversary Party (NYC-sub-group) Meet-Up / Birthday Bash at NYU's Tisch ITP Building on January 15th, 2011. WP event photo posted on Yahoo!'s Flickr: ** http://flic.kr/p/9ukdp7 **.

Mechanical Engineering Services     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer, added Mechanical Engineering Services area to GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description, and classified appropriate companies and organizations to new area.

Electrical Engineering Services     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME, Abraham Michelen.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer for "Engineering Service" areas, upgraded *Electrical Engineering* Services area to a *searchable* web form (developed form w/ checkbox-prompts) on GS web site, and wrote area descriptions and help content for "prompts" (checkbox-help). Worked with Sr. GS Domain Engineer and Electrical Engineering PhD, Abraham Michelen.

Fuel Testers (includes Biofuels and Hydrogen Fuels)     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME, Gary Kardys.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: Per client request, coordinated w/ Sr. GS Engineer, added *Fuel Testers* area to GS web site, created appropriate prompts, and wrote area description and help content for prompts.

Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Services     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer for "Engineering Service" areas, upgraded *Computer-Aided Design Services" area to a *searchable* web form (upgraded from text-only area and developed form w/ relevant checkbox-prompts) on GS web site. Wrote area description and help content for "prompts" (checkbox-help).

Robotic Drilling and Tapping End Effectors     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer, added Drilling and Tapping End Effectors product-area to GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description, developed web form with relevant prompts and help content, and classified appropriate manufacturers to new area.

Anchor Fasteners     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer, per client request, developed "Anchors" (*fasteners* context) product-area on GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description (developed ontology-meaning), developed web form with relevant prompts and help content, and classified appropriate global manufacturers to new area.

Industrial Safety Gates     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer, per client request, developed "Industrial Safety Gates" product-area on GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description (developed ontology-scope to include anti-terrorism Airport Safety Gates), developed web form with relevant prompts and help content, and classified appropriate global manufacturers to new area.

Hydroforming Presses     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer, per client request, added and developed "Hydroforming Presses" product-area on GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description (developed ontology-scope to include fluid-cell, tube and sheet hydroforming), developed web form with relevant prompts and help content, and classified appropriate global manufacturers to new area.

Pipe and Hose Pressing Tools     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer, per client request, added and developed "Pipe and Hose Pressing Tools" product-area on GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description (developed ontology-scope to include hand-held and high-volume production machines), developed web form with relevant prompts and help content, and classified appropriate global manufacturers to new area.

Thermal Management Design and Analysis Services     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer, per client request, developed "Thermal Management Design and Analysis Services" product-area on GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description (developed ontology-scope to include heat exchanger design and analytical services), developed web form with relevant prompts and help content, and classified appropriate global engineering service-providers to developed area.

Fall Arrest Systems     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer for category Personal Protective Equipment, per client request, developed "Fall Arrest Systems" product-area on GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description (developed ontology-scope), developed web form with relevant prompts and help content, and classified appropriate global manufacturers and images to clearly define new area.

Charles Proteus Steinmetz: The Wizard of GE (Parts 1-4)     
Published by ("Conference Room Four" / CR4.GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published September 10, 2008

Serialized blog-piece has captured over 4,000 page views since September 2008. Received email reader feedback, from a Schenectady, New York native, thanking me for writing this blog about the famous GE-inventor he'd known growing up as a young boy.

Drills     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Developed Internet search form for clients including Ingersoll-Rand(IR), Ridgid and CS UNITEC. Collaborated / guided junior Production Engineer to develop ontology scope and power options. Identified global manufacturers and classified clients, keywords and prospects to new search-form area. Answered questions and guided Web Content Technologists (WCT) during client content-entry, also working with paying customers.

Bolt Tensioners     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer, per client request, developed "Bolt Tensioners" (*fasteners* context) product-area on GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description (developed ontology-meaning), developed web form with relevant prompts and help content, and classified appropriate global manufacturers to new area.

Electronics (New Webportal)     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME, Andrew Sleasman, Abraham Michelen, Other GS Engineering Dept. Colleagues.  Published January 13, 2011

In final months at GlobalSpec, was a co-contributor / experienced advisor to new top-level initiative targeting large, global semiconductor, chip and electronic component OEMs (eg, Texas Instruments). My experience at SIXNET-Digitronics 2000 - 2002 was particularly key for me in providing GlobalSpec with my perspective.

Nails     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As part my fastener-domain expansion to bring in new advertising, developed "Nails" product-area on GS web site and internal taxonomy, wrote area description (developed ontology-meaning), developed web form with relevant prompts and help content, and classified appropriate global manufacturers to new area.

Product Development Services     
Published by (GlobalSpec.com)
Authors: Lawrence Kelley, BSME.  Published January 13, 2011

Published to GS website between April 2008 - January 2011: As responsible Domain Engineer for "Engineering Service" areas, upgraded *Product Development Services" area to a *searchable* web form (upgraded from text-only area and developed form w/ relevant checkbox-prompts) on GS web site. Wrote area description and help content for prompts.