Experience: Graduated from “Les Feuillantines” school of glassblowing, Paris, France, 1965 Chief glass-blower at McGill University Montréal, Canada for 38 years. Regular member of American Scientific Glassblower Society since 1974. Director of the Canadian section of: American Scientific Glassblower Society from 2006 to 2010. Demonstrator of “Allan Brown regular member workshop” in annual symposium of American Scientific Glass-blower Society since 2002. Awards: The  Dennis Courtney Award 2010, San-Antonio, Texas Andrews Glass Company Award  2003, Cleveland, Ohio Andrews Glass Company Award 2002, Point Clear, Alabama The annual Wale Award 1999, Princeton, New Jersey A revolutionary vacuum trap International Glassblowing symposium in Corning USA, 2012
A revolutionary vacuum trap Fusion, May 2011 Vacuum lines, design and fabrication Proc. Sym. A.S.G.S., Texas 2010 A Gooch filter in 3 minutes Fusion, November 2009 Bulb Equations Fusion, November 2007, 21–22 Technical paper presented during: First International Glassblowing symposium in Holland, 2007 Different Types of Burner Tips for the National Hand Torch Fusion, May, 2005, 19–21 A Day in the Life of a Scientific Glassblower Proc. Sym. A.S.G.S., 50th, 2004 / 2005, 25–31 CO2 Water-Jacketed Laser Tubes Proc. Sym. A.S.G.S., 49th, 2004 / 2005, 4–1 Some New Tools Proc. Sym. A.S.G.S., 47th/48th, 2002 / 2003, 46–51 Tools: The Extra Hands of the Glassblower Proc. Sym. A.S.G.S., 47th/48th, 2002 / 2003, 36–49 A Doughnut for a Scroll Chuck? Various Holders for the Lathe Fusion, May, 2003, 29–33 NMR Tube Cleaner: A New Design Proc. Sym. A.S.G.S., 47th/48th, 2002 / 2003, 22–28 My Favourite Things Fusion, 1999, 25–28
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