Peter J Nystrom, Age 61Webster, NY

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Webster, NY

Rochester, NY

62 Glenwood Dr, Webster, NY 14580

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Position: Professional/Technical

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Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Peter Nystrom

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License #: E-8021 - Expired
Category: Engineering Intern

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Senior Research Engineer And Electrical

Location:
3 Ravinia Dr, Dunwoody, GA 30346
Industry:
Research
Work:
Xerox Corporation since Aug 1987
Senior Research Engineer/Electrical
Xerox Corporation May 1985 - Aug 1987
Engineering Technician
Redcom Laboratories May 1980 - May 1985
Technician
Education:
Rochester Institute of Technology 1990
MS, Computer ScienceLanguage Theory, Architecture, Genetic Algorithms (Thesis)
Rochester Institute of Technology 1987
BS, Electrical EngineeringEmbedded Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Digital Logic
Skills:
Electronics, Testing, Engineering, Mems, Design of Experiments, Engineering Management, Manufacturing, Integration, Embedded Systems, Simulations, Systems Engineering, Labview, Inkjet, Image Processing, Sensors
Interests:
Home Brewing
Automotive
Windmills
Construction/Landscaping
Camping
Tractors
Hiking
Bbq/Smoking
Ice Hockey
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Peter Nystrom

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Peter A Nystrom

Skills:
Fundraising, Leadership, Public Speaking, Marketing, Microsoft Word, Budgets, Customer Service, Strategic Planning, Editing, Nonprofits, Media Relations, Public Policy, Social Media, Government, Community Outreach, Public Relations, Event Planning
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Mrts Ii At Xerox Corporation

Location:
Rochester, New York Area
Industry:
Research

Publications

Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For Transferring Heat From A Thermal Inkjet Printhead Substrate Using A Heat Sink

US Patent:
6343848, Feb 5, 2002
Filed:
Jan 19, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/232820
Inventors:
Richard H. Berg - Greece NY
Peter J. Nystrom - Webster NY
Assignee:
Xerox Corporation - Stamford CT
International Classification:
B41J 29377
US Classification:
347 18
Abstract:
A heat sink, provides a heat transfer pathway to remove heat from the rear face of a printhead substrate. The heat sink is located between the printhead substrate and the printer carriage. The heat sink may, in one embodiment, be biased to float substantially normal to the rear face of a printhead substrate using a biasing device, such as one or more springs, or a one or more spring clips. The springs, which are compressed, tend to urge the face of the heat sink against the back face of the printhead, forming an interface between the two faces. Additional force can be provided by a carriage arm, as its radius acts as a moment arm to assist in pressing the two faces together. A low thermal heat conductivity contact resistance and an improved thermal resistance to heat dissipation between the printhead substrate and the heat sink are provided by the high pressure interface resulting from the use of the springs and the radius of the carriage arm. An additional layer of heat conductive material can be provided at the interface of the heat sink and the printhead substrate. This can reduce the ability of air pockets to form between the heat sink and the printhead substrate.

Systems And Methods For Stitching Overlapping Swaths

US Patent:
6540315, Apr 1, 2003
Filed:
Jan 16, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/046195
Inventors:
Peter Nystrom - Webster NY
Mark Cellura - Webster NY
John Walsh - Rochester NY
Assignee:
Xerox Corporation - Stamford CT
International Classification:
B41J 2938
US Classification:
347 12
Abstract:
System and methods for using a fluid ejection system to distribute fluid drop density of a region between at least two overlapping swaths having pixels on a receiving medium. Using the method, overlapping swaths are stitched together by distributing a fluid ejection pattern between the overlapping swaths within the overlapped region. Because small drops of fluid can be distributed within a single region, the fluid ejection pattern can be controlled and intermediate density regions can be created by distributing the fluid of drops within a region between two fluid ejector heads or between two swaths of the same fluid ejector head. The distribution can be linear or non-linear. Furthermore, overlapping swaths are stitched together by randomly varying a stitch location within the overlapped region. In this case, a stitch location is randomly varied in the slow scan direction.

Ink Jet Apparatus

US Patent:
6955419, Oct 18, 2005
Filed:
Nov 5, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/702935
Inventors:
John R. Andrews - Fairport NY, US
Cathie J. Burke - Rochester NY, US
Peter J. Nystrom - Webster NY, US
Richard Schmachtenberg, III - Aloha OR, US
Assignee:
Xerox Corporation - Stamford CT
International Classification:
B41J002/045
US Classification:
347 70, 347 68
Abstract:
A drop emitting apparatus including a diaphragm layer disposed on a fluid channel layer, a thin film circuit having raised contact regions disposed on the diaphragm layer, and a plurality of electromechanical transducers conductively attached to the raised contact regions.

Piezoelectric Transducers

US Patent:
6987348, Jan 17, 2006
Filed:
Sep 16, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/664472
Inventors:
Steven A. Buhler - Sunnyvale CA, US
Karl A. Littau - Palo Alto CA, US
John S. Fitch - Los Altos CA, US
John R. Andrews - Fairport NY, US
Cathie J. Burke - Rochester NY, US
Peter J. Nystrom - Webster NY, US
Richard Schmachtenberg, III - Aloha OR, US
Assignee:
Palo Alto Research Center Inc. - Palo Alto CA
International Classification:
H02K 41/08
US Classification:
310330, 310331
Abstract:
A system and method of operation for a piezoelectric transducer is described which utilizes a mesa structure interposed between a piezoelectric material element and a chamber diaphragm. The system can be used as a sensor where a net motion to the diaphragm causes a net charge equal to the sum of the charges on each piezoelectric diaphragm. Alternatively, the system can be used as an actuator wherein an applied voltage causes movement of the piezoelectric transducer and the chamber diaphragm.

Ink Jet Apparatus

US Patent:
7048361, May 23, 2006
Filed:
Nov 5, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/702247
Inventors:
Richard Schmachtenberg, III - Aloha OR, US
John R. Andrews - Fairport NY, US
Cathie J. Burke - Rochester NY, US
Peter J. Nystrom - Webster NY, US
Assignee:
Xerox Corporation - Stamford CT
International Classification:
B41J 2/14
B41J 2/16
US Classification:
347 71, 298901
Abstract:
A drop emitting apparatus including a diaphragm layer disposed on a fluid channel layer, a roughened bonding region formed on a surface of the diaphragm layer, a thin film circuit having conformal raised contact regions disposed on the bonding region, and a plurality of electromechanical transducers adhesively attached to the raised contact regions and electrically connected to the conformal raised contact regions by asperity contacts formed between the conformal raised contact regions and the electromechanical transducers.

Vented Mems Structures And Methods

US Patent:
7131628, Nov 7, 2006
Filed:
Jul 28, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/901285
Inventors:
Kathleen A. Feinberg - Rochester NY, US
Peter M. Gulvin - Webster NY, US
Nancy Y. Jia - Webster NY, US
Peter J. Nystrom - Webster NY, US
Assignee:
Xerox Corporation - Stamford CT
International Classification:
F16J 3/00
US Classification:
251 12
Abstract:
A vent connects a chamber to the external atmosphere surrounding a device to equalize pressure within the chamber. The vent has a size and shape to allow pressure equalization to occur outside a normal operating cycle of the chamber and controls the pressure to prevent undesirable deflection of a membrane within the chamber and ensure proper operation of the device.

Fluid Coupler And A Device Arranged With The Same

US Patent:
7331655, Feb 19, 2008
Filed:
May 19, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/132470
Inventors:
Peter J. Nystrom - Webster NY, US
John R. Andrews - Fairport NY, US
Assignee:
Xerox Corporation - Norwalk CT
International Classification:
B41J 2/05
US Classification:
347 56, 347 65
Abstract:
Plural film layers are disposed on a substrate. Each film layer has regions devoid of film material, thus forming film layer cavity openings. Each film layer has its cavities arranged to provide fluid coupling with its adjacent film layer or layers. The film layer cavities form a traverse channel coupling the top and bottom film layers and also one or more lateral channels coupling cavity openings in the top film layer. The film layer traverse channel couples with a substrate channel that extends from the substrate top surface to one or more of its other surfaces. A device such as a fluid dispenser, fluid ejector, sensor or bioprocessing device is disposed on the top film layer and fluidly coupled to the plural film layers traverse and lateral channels. The traverse channel and the one or more lateral channels are arranged to transport or flow one or more fluids.

Thin Film And Thick Film Heater And Control Architecture For A Liquid Drop Ejector

US Patent:
7445315, Nov 4, 2008
Filed:
Nov 15, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/990110
Inventors:
Michael Yu Tak Young - Cupertino CA, US
Steven A. Buhler - Sunnyvale CA, US
Scott Jong Ho Limb - Palo Alto CA, US
Karl A. Littau - Palo Alto CA, US
Beverly J. Russo - Sunnyvale CA, US
Scott E. Solberg - Mountain View CA, US
Michael C. Weisberg - Woodside CA, US
Cathie J. Burke - Rochester NY, US
Richard Schmachtenberg - Aloha OR, US
Peter J. Nystrom - Webster NY, US
Sharon Berger - Canby OR, US
Timothy Trang - Portland OR, US
Thomas Long - Corbett OR, US
Assignee:
Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated - Palo Alto CA
International Classification:
B41J 2/05
US Classification:
347 56, 347 62
Abstract:
A liquid drop ejector comprising a jet stack, thin film or thick film heaters formed on the surface of the jet stack, and at least one thin film or thick film temperature sensor operative to provide feedback temperature control for the thin film or thick film heater elements is provided. In one form, the liquid drop ejector also has the thin film or thick film heater elements grouped in segments that are operative to be individually controlled. In addition, in another form, the signal lines provided to the liquid drop ejector are patterned to allow for more uniform resistance over the span of the liquid drop ejector.

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