Jack G. Saad
Jack G. Saad earned his ACS Certified BS Chem degree in chemistry from the University of Georgia. As an undergraduate, he worked with a variety of tungsten compounds to induce photo-initiated polymerization of cyanoacrylate using specific wavelengths of visible light, an application used in the adhesive industry. He began his career at Micromeritics Instrument Corp. as a particle size analyst for their contract laboratory service where he developed protocols to obtain particle size distributions using light scattering, x-ray sedimentation, and electro-zone sensing techniques. Beginning in 2004, he worked in the pharmaceutical industry at Kiel Laboratories and Élan Pharmaceuticals as a laboratory analyst for seven years for raw materials testing, manufacturing support, research and development, and quality control. He rejoined Micromeritics in July 2011 as a Particle Size Applications Specialist. In this position, he is responsible for applications support for particle size instrumentation and conducting research on potential applications for instruments and techniques.