Simon Padron, is a mechanical engineer with Parker Hannifin at the Parker Filtration Innovation Center. His current area of research is focused on the simulation of filtration processes and the design of novel nanofiber production equipment. Padron has previously published his work in peer-reviewed journals with a focus on simulation and experimentation of nanofiber formation. He also has been granted patents for nanofiber production devices. In 2010, Padron received a bachelor’s degree in physics and mechanical engineering from Texas-Rio Grande Valley. He received his master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Texas-Rio Grande Valley in 2012.
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