Dr. Cadet received his doctorate degree in Nuclear Chemistry and Engineering from CUNY in 1987 and joined AT&T Bell Laboratories that same year as a postdoctoral member of Plasma Research Laboratory. During his first year, Cadet developed key technologies that became integral parts of high-speed computing systems. He led Bell Labs to win the prestigious RD-100 award for developing one of 100 most important scientific contributions in the US. His research at Bell labs span over 14 years and his accomplishments during those years are innumerable. Bell Laboratories awarded Dr. Cadet the status of Distinguished Member of Technical Staff (DMTS) in 1997 for his pioneering work in the field of process chemistry and control technology. He was named Black Engineer of the Year by US Black Engineer magazine in 1998. In 1999 Bell labs president presented him with the “Lucent Heroes Award” for his continued research if support of the environment.
Dr. Cadet joined Access Optical Networks Inc. (AON) as Director of optical engineering where he led a group of engineers at Princeton University towards the development of the first holographic data storage system. Dr. Cadet led an investigation of novel optoelectronic devices for power electronics, sensors, and communication. He has published worldwide and presented at several institutions in the United States and Europe.
He authored two book chapters in Acoustic and Fiber Optics.
Research and Professional Experience
Retired Member of Technical Staff – Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories
2007-2011 Visiting Research Scientist, Princeton University, Department of Electrical Engineering, Princeton N.J.
2003-2010 Director of Optical Engineering, Access Optical Networks, Manalapan, New Jersey
2000–2010 Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, Advanced Photonics Research Laboratories, Holmdel-NJ
1997-2001 Distinguished Member of Technical Staff (DMTS) AT&T Bell Laboratories/Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill New Jersey
1989–1997 Member of Technical Staff (MTS) – AT&T Bell Laboratories
1987-1989 Postdoctoral Member of Technical Staff, AT&T Bell Laboratories
US Pat. No. 6,732,545 “Silica Structure Crack Monitoring;”
US Pat. No. 5,948,967 “Acoustic analysis of gas mixtures;”
US Pat. No. 5,625,140 “Acoustic Analysis of Gas Mixtures;”
US Pat. No. 5,877,407 “Plasma Etch End Point Detection Process.”
Ph.D. Nuclear Chemistry and Engineer, 1987, CUNY State University of New York.
M. Phil Chemistry Brooklyn College, 1983, CUNY State University of New York.
As a production engineer for the US Army CECOM, John Delatush was responsible for production data packages, Engineering Change Proposal evaluation and implementation, production schedules and in-service engineering issues on antennas, antenna masts, and communication equipment assemblages.
Prior to that, John served as a systems engineer Naval Systems Command (NWHC) where he oversaw and implemented underwater mines packaging, handling, shipping, and transportation products and procedures. As a design engineer for Naval Systems Command, he designed handling and shipping equipment for Naval Ordnance (of all types) from initial concept to finished production drawings and an MK 51 bomb carrier, which was used to handle and load bombs and rockets onto Navy aircraft and the Adjustable Container Bulkhead for ISO containers.
(1) US Patent No. 4,334,812, Adjustable Container Bulkhead, 1982; and
(2) co-inventor of US Patent No. 8,585,092 Low Friction Apparatus (2013).
BSME Lafayette College, 1970. Assorted Navy and Army Technical Courses.
Jean-Hiram Coffy has significant experience in the following:
Developing Java middle-tier business logic for large hospitality Industry Company.
Architecting, designing, and building enterprise level N-tier distributed web solutions leveraging modern tools and techniques.
Architecting, designing, and building end-to-end N-tier online cloud-based, multi-media system integrating Saleforce™ CRM, Wowza™ Media Server to stream Video On Demand content from Amazon S3 to Flowplayer™ on Ubuntu 10.10 servers running J2EE6, Spring 3, MySql 5 sever, LDAP server and Glassfish v3.
Leading research work at Pitney Bowes R&D labs to identify emerging technologies relevant to Pitney Bowes’ core business and prototyping software systems to demonstrate business value. Led collaborative & multi-functional teams to develop innovative user-centered concepts with compelling business potential starting from idea generation to prototyping.
Working in various capacities in Pitney Bowes Product Development organization. Played major roles in the design and development of embedded software, firmware, and electronics hardware for new products.
Awarded 21 Patents; Representative Patents:
US Patent. No. 6,920,557 “System & Method for Wireless User Interface for Business Machines;”
US Patent. No. 5,974,307 “Method and System communicating with a voice response unit over a cellular telephone network.”
MS Degree in Computer Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Rochester, NY. 1999
BS Degree in Electrical Engineering, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT. 1996
AS Degree in Electro-Mechanical Engineering, Norwalk State Technical College, Norwalk, CT, 1985.
XML: A Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction, Learning Tree International 2009
FJ-310 Developing Applications for the J2EE Platform, Sun 2007
Essential Java Web Server Development, Developmentor 2001.
Java 2 Certification, Sun Microsystems, 2001
Essential XML, Developmentor, October 2000
Jini Code Camp, Sun Microsystems, August 2000
Internetworking Microsoft TCP/IP, Productivity Point International, Inc. 2000.
Essential Java, Developmentor 2000.
JavaOne™ 2000-2003, 2005-2009.