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  • 7 Knollbrook Ln, Painted Post, NY 14870 (607) 973-2210
  • 2007 Mary St, Bethlehem, PA 18017 (610) 882-9470
  • 2 Duh Dr, Bethlehem, PA 18015

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

School / High School: Thomas M. Cooley

Ranks

Licence: Arizona - Active Date: 2009

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Sasha Marjanovic - Lawyer

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Address:
(480) 297-2830 (Office)
Licenses:
Arizona - Active 2009
Education:
Thomas M. Cooley

Resumes

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Sasha Marjanovic

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Location:
United States
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Sr. Research Scientist At Corning Incorporated

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Location:
Elmira, New York Area
Industry:
Glass, Ceramics & Concrete

Publications

Us Patents

Glass-Ceramic Seals For Use In Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

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US Patent:
7470640, Dec 30, 2008
Filed:
Oct 11, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/546237
Inventors:
Michael Edward Badding - Campbell NY, US
Sasha Marjanovic - Painted Post NY, US
Linda Ruth Pinckney - Corning NY, US
Dell Joseph St Julien - Watkins Glen NY, US
Assignee:
Corning Incorporated - Corning NY
International Classification:
C03C 10/04
C03C 8/24
US Classification:
501 5, 501 8, 501 9, 501 15, 501 21, 501 26
Abstract:
The invention is directed to highly crystalline, frit-sintered glass-ceramic materials and seals made using them that are suitable for solid oxide fuel cell applications. The seals have a coefficient of thermal expansion in the range of 70-130×10° C. , preferably 85-115×10° C. The glass-ceramic materials have a crystalline component and a glass component, the crystalline component being>50% of the glass-ceramic and the glass component being75%. Regarding the crystalline component only,>50% of the crystals in the crystalline component of the glass-ceramic has a structure selected from the structural groups represented by walstromite, cyclowollastonite, μ-(Ca,Sr)SiO, kalsilite, kaliophilite and wollastonite (the primary crystalline phase) and the remaining

Ultra-Low Noble Metal Doped Polarizing Glass And Process

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US Patent:
7510989, Mar 31, 2009
Filed:
Oct 20, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/584065
Inventors:
Nicholas Francis Borrelli - Elmira NY, US
George Bigelow Hares - Corning NY, US
Sasha Marjanovic - Painted Post NY, US
David John McEnroe - Painted Post NY, US
Katherine Rose Rossington - Corning NY, US
Assignee:
Corning Incorporated - Corning NY
International Classification:
C03C 14/00
C03C 3/091
C03C 3/064
US Classification:
501 32, 501 19, 501 66, 501 77, 65102, 65106, 65292, 65268
Abstract:
The invention is directed to a silver-containing polarizing boroaluminosilicate glass composition that has been doped with a noble metal selected from the group consisting of Pt, Pd, Os, Ir, Rh and Ru, including mixtures thereof, to nucleate and precipitate silver ions to silver metal without the need for a reducing atmosphere step. The invention is further directed to a method for making the glass composition of the invention. Using the composition and method of the invention, one can prepare a glass having a selected null transmission range.

Glass-Ceramic Seals For Use In Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

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US Patent:
7674735, Mar 9, 2010
Filed:
Nov 18, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/273022
Inventors:
Michael Edward Badding - Campbell NY, US
Sasha Marjanovic - Painted Post NY, US
Linda Ruth Pinckney - Corning NY, US
Dell Joseph St Julien - Watkins Glen NY, US
Assignee:
Corning Incorporated - Corning NY
International Classification:
C03C 10/04
C03C 8/24
US Classification:
501 5, 501 8, 501 9, 501 15, 501 21, 501 26
Abstract:
The invention is directed to highly crystalline, frit-sintered glass-ceramic materials and seals made using them that are suitable for solid oxide fuel cell applications. The seals have a coefficient of thermal expansion in the range of 70-130×10° C. , preferably 85-115×10° C. The glass-ceramic materials have a crystalline component and a glass component, the crystalline component being >50% of the glass-ceramic and the glass component being 75%. Regarding the crystalline component only, >50% of the crystals in the crystalline component of the glass-ceramic has a structure selected from the structural groups represented by walstromite, cyclowollastonite, μ-(Ca,Sr)SiO, kalsilite, kaliophilite and wollastonite (the primary crystalline phase) and the remaining

Laser Assisted Frit Sealing Of High Cte Glasses And The Resulting Sealed Glass Package

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US Patent:
8245536, Aug 21, 2012
Filed:
Nov 24, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/276631
Inventors:
Stephan Lvovich Logunov - Corning NY, US
Sasha Marjanovic - Painted Post NY, US
Assignee:
Corning Incorporated - Corning NY
International Classification:
C03C 27/06
US Classification:
65 43
Abstract:
A laser assisted frit sealing method is described herein that is used to manufacture a glass package having a first glass plate (with a relatively high CTE of about 80-90×10° C. ), a second glass plate, and a frit (with a CTE that is at least about 35×10° C. ), where the frit forms a seal (e. g. , hermetic seal) which connects the first glass plate to the second glass plate.

Solutions For Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Seal Failures

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US Patent:
8440367, May 14, 2013
Filed:
Dec 5, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/634282
Inventors:
Michael Edward Badding - Campbell NY, US
Sasha Marjanovic - Painted Post NY, US
Assignee:
Corning Incorporated - Corning NY
International Classification:
H01M 2/34
H01M 8/24
H01M 2/02
H01M 2/08
H01M 8/10
H01M 2/20
H01M 2/14
US Classification:
429509, 429453, 429463, 429465, 429469, 429495
Abstract:
A solid oxide fuel cell that is resistant to seal delamination is disclosed. The solid oxide fuel cell comprises, either individually or in combination, a solid electrically non -conductive frame, a seal structure comprising a material capable of preventing a transfer of charge across the seal during fuel cell operation, and a seal comprising a glass frit that is substantially free of oxides of lithium, sodium, or both lithium and sodium. Methods for manufacturing a solid oxide fuel cell are also disclosed.

Glass Photonic Crystal Band-Gap Devices With Polarizing Properties

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US Patent:
20080007830, Jan 10, 2008
Filed:
May 18, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/804503
Inventors:
Nicholas Francis Borrelli - Elmira NY, US
Sergey Anatolyevuch Kuchinsky - St. Petersburg, RU
Karl William Koch - Elmira NY, US
Sasha Marjanovic - Painted Post NY, US
International Classification:
G02B 5/30
C03B 37/022
C03B 37/025
C03B 37/15
US Classification:
359488, 65401, 65406, 65435
Abstract:
The invention is directed to polarizing devices that can be scaled to polarize electromagnetic radiation having wavelengths in ultraviolet to microwave range; and more particularly to devices suitable for use at visible and IR wavelengths. The device has a length, a width and a thickness, and a patterned system of channels, voids or holes embedded in or through a glass matrix and running through the thickness of the glass to thereby polarize incoming electromagnetic radiation having two polarization modes orthogonal to one another, blocking the passage of or reflecting one mode and permitting the other mode to pass through the device. The glass can be any glass suitable for transmitting the electromagnetic radiation in the range it will be used without excessive transmission losses due to absorbance of radiation in that range by moieties present in the glass. In one aspect, the device according to the invention may be deemed a “universal” polarizer: in the sense that it can be made to work in wavelength ranges from the microwave to the ultraviolet. The devices can also be made of polymeric materials utilizing the principles enumerated in the specification.

Lead-Free Frits For Plasma Displays And Other Glass Devices Utilizing Glass Sealing Materials

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US Patent:
20080058193, Mar 6, 2008
Filed:
Aug 29, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/511642
Inventors:
Melinda Ann Drake - Corning NY, US
Sasha Marjanovic - Painted Post NY, US
Lisa A. Lamberson - Painted Post NY, US
Robert Michael Morena - Lindley NY, US
International Classification:
C03C 8/00
C03C 8/24
C03C 8/14
C03C 8/20
C03C 8/08
US Classification:
501 15, 501 14, 501 17, 501 18, 501 24
Abstract:
The invention is directed to lead-free glass frit compositions that can be used as sealing frits, the compositions being a blend of: (1) at least one of two glass families which are SnO—ZnO—POand alkali-ZnO—POglasses; and (2) at least one cerammed filler material having a crystalline phase selected from the group consisting of beta-quartz, beta-eucryptite, cordierite, and beta-spodumene. The blends of the invention have flow characteristics that enable them to be used at sealing temperatures in the range of 450-550° C., and a CTE value in the range of 60-90×10/° C.

Lead-Free Frits For Plasma Displays And Other Glass Devices Utilizing Glass Sealing Materials

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US Patent:
20090011915, Jan 8, 2009
Filed:
Sep 11, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/208711
Inventors:
Melinda Ann Drake - Corming NY, US
Sasha Marjanovic - Painted Post NY, US
Lisa A. Lamberson - Painted Post NY, US
Robert Michael Morena - Lindley NY, US
International Classification:
C03C 8/24
US Classification:
501 15
Abstract:
The invention is directed to lead-free glass frit compositions that can be used as sealing frits, the compositions being a blend of: (1) an alkali-ZnO—POglasses; and (2) at least one cerammed filler material having a crystalline phase selected from the group consisting of beta-quartz, beta-eucryptite, cordierite, and beta-spodumene. The blends of the invention have flow characteristics that enable them to be used at sealing temperatures in the range of 450-550° C., and a CTE value in the range of 60-96×10/° C.
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