Suresh S Iyer, Age 49Saint Paul, MN

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Saint Paul, MN

Woodbury, MN

216 N Palmetto Blvd, Clemson, SC 29631 (864) 654-7863

216 Palmetto Blvd, Clemson, SC 29631 (864) 654-7863

813 College St, Clemson, SC 29631 (864) 654-6223 (864) 654-7863

1121 Crossing Pl, Commerce, GA 30529 (706) 335-6953

Seattle, WA

Kirkland, WA

3472 Cherry Ln UNIT F, Saint Paul, MN 55129

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Work

Position: Clerical/White Collar

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Resumes

Resumes

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Six Sigma Black Belt At 3M

Location:
Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area
Industry:
Research
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Manager - Finance At Canara Hsbc Life

Location:
United States
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Suresh Iyer

Location:
United States
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Suresh Iyer

Location:
United States

Publications

Us Patents

Michael-Adduct Fluorochemical Silanes

US Patent:
7335786, Feb 26, 2008
Filed:
Mar 29, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/693510
Inventors:
Suresh Iyer - Woodbury MN,
Oscar S. Benz - Minneapolis MN,
Thomas P. Klun - Lakeland MN,
Wayne W. Fan - Cottage Grove MN,
Assignee:
3M Innovative Properties Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
C07F 7/04
US Classification:
556485
Abstract:
Fluorochemical silane compounds and coating compositions derived therefrom are described. The compounds and compositions may be used in treating substrates, in particular substrates having a hard surface such as ceramics or glass, to render them water, oil, stain, and soil repellent.

Fluorinated Composition, Method Of Coating The Composition, And Article Thereby

US Patent:
2011031, Dec 29, 2011
Filed:
May 19, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/111504
Inventors:
Suresh S. Iyer - Woodbury MN,
Richard M. Flynn - Mahtomedi MN,
Moses M. David - Woodbury MN,
International Classification:
C09D 181/02
C09D 183/16
B05D 1/38
US Classification:
524500, 4274071, 42725514
Abstract:
A fluorinated composition includes: a polyfluoropolyether silane represented by the formula:a polyfluoropolyether silane represented by the formula:Rrepresents a perfluoroalkyl group having from 1 to 12 carbon atoms, optionally substituted with at least one catenated oxygen atom or —NR— group, wherein Rrepresents a perfluoroalkyl group; Zrepresents —RSR—, —RS(═O)R—, or —RS(═O)R, wherein Rand Rindependently represent alkylene groups having from 1 to 12 carbon atoms; each Yindependently represents a hydrolyzable group; and p is a number in a range of from 3 to 50; Zindependently represents —RSR—, —RS(═O)R—, or —RS(═O)R, wherein Rand Rindependently represent alkylene groups having from 1 to 12 carbon atoms; Yindependently represents a hydrolyzable group; Rrepresents a perfluoroalkylene group having at least 3 carbon atoms, optionally substituted with at least one catenated oxygen atom or —NR— group, wherein Rrepresents a perfluoroalkyl group; Rindependently represents a covalent bond, or —(OR)—, and wherein Rindependently represents a branched perfluoroalkylene group, and b independently represents a number greater than or equal to one.

Coatings For Barrier Films And Methods Of Making And Using The Same

US Patent:
2013032, Dec 5, 2013
Filed:
Aug 7, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/961442
Inventors:
Suresh Iyer - Woodbury MN,
Alan K. Nachtigal - St. Paul MN,
Joseph C. Spagnola - Woodbury MN,
Mark A. Roehrig - Stillwater MN,
Assignee:
3M INNOVATIVE PROPERTIES COMPANY - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
H01L 23/29
C09D 5/00
US Classification:
428447, 427387, 42725528, 2041921
Abstract:
A barrier film including a substrate, a base (co)polymer layer applied on a major surface of the substrate, an oxide layer applied on the base (co)polymer layer, and a protective (co)polymer layer applied on the oxide layer. The protective (co)polymer layer is formed as the reaction product of a first (meth)acryloyl compound and a (meth)acryl-silane compound derived from a Michael reaction between a second (meth)acryloyl compound and an aminosilane. The first and second (meth)acryloyl compounds may be the same. In some embodiments, a multiplicity of alternating layers of the oxide layer and the protective (co)polymer layer may be used. An oxide layer can be applied over the top protective (co)polymer layer. The barrier films provide, in some embodiments, enhanced resistance to moisture and improved peel strength adhesion of the protective (co)polymer layer(s) to the underlying layers. A process of making, and methods of using the barrier film are also described.

Filter Media Treated With Cationic Fluorinated Ether Silane Compositions

US Patent:
2013026, Oct 10, 2013
Filed:
Dec 20, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/881895
Inventors:
Stewart H. Corn - St. Paul MN,
Chetan P. Jariwala - Woodbury MN,
Suresh S. Iyer - Woodbury MN,
Assignee:
3M INNOVATIVE PROPERTIES COMPANY - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
B01D 39/16
US Classification:
210505, 2105001, 55522, 55527, 55523, 55528, 427244
Abstract:
Filter media is treated with a composition comprising cationic fluorinated ether silanes to provide durable water- and/or oil-repellency properties.

Optical Device Surface Treatment Process And Smudge-Resistant Article Produced Thereby

US Patent:
2013022, Sep 5, 2013
Filed:
Nov 7, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/883368
Inventors:
Suresh S. Iyer - Woodbury MN,
Richard M. Flynn - Mahtomedi MN,
Rama V. Rajagopal - Singapore,
Erik D. Olson - Shakopee MN,
Karl J. Manske - Roseville MN,
Moses M. David - Woodbury MN,
Jean A. Kelly - Woodbury MN,
International Classification:
G06F 3/041
US Classification:
345173, 427162
Abstract:
A surface treatment process comprises (a) providing at least one optical device; (b) providing a curable surface treatment composition comprising (1) at least one fluorinated organosilane compound comprising (i) a monovalent segment selected from polyfluoroalkyl, polyfluoroether, polyfluoropolyether, and combinations thereof and (ii) a monovalent endgroup comprising at least one silyl moiety comprising at least one group selected from hydrolyzable groups, hydroxyl, and combinations thereof, and (2) at least one fluorinated organosilane compound comprising (i) a multivalent segment selected from polyfluoroalkane, polyfluoroether, polyfluoropolyether, and combinations thereof and (ii) at least two monovalent endgroups, each independently comprising at least one silyl moiety comprising at least one group selected from hydrolyzable groups, hydroxyl, and combinations thereof; (c) applying the curable surface treatment composition to the optical device; and (d) curing the applied, curable surface treatment composition.

Siloxane Graft Co-Polymers For Mold Release

US Patent:
2013022, Aug 29, 2013
Filed:
Nov 2, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/881127
Inventors:
Chetan P. Jariwalla - Woodbury MN,
Suresh Iyer - Woodbury MN,
Thomas P. Hanschen - Mendota Heights MN,
Assignee:
3M INNOVATIVE PROPERTIES COMPANY - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
C09D 5/00
US Classification:
427135, 524547, 524544, 425 90
Abstract:
A graft co-polymer is provided comprising a vinyl polymeric backbone with grafts of siloxane monomers and monomers containing an anchoring group. Such co-polymers are well suited for coating metal molds. The siloxane groups provide release to the metal mold, while the anchoring groups provide durability to the coating. The durability and release characteristics may be varied by the number of grafts of each monomer and the molecular weight of the siloxane moiety. The co-polymers may be coated from water or organic solvents.

Method Of Reducing Electromigration Of Silver And Article Made Thereby

US Patent:
2013022, Aug 29, 2013
Filed:
Oct 28, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/881571
Inventors:
Suresh S. Iyer - Woodbury MN,
Yu Yang - Eden Prairie MN,
Mark J. Pellerite - Woodbury MN,
Pradnya V. Nagarkar - Weston MA,
Assignee:
3M INNOVATIVE PROPERTIES COMPANY - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
H05K 1/03
US Classification:
174255, 427 58
Abstract:
A method includes: providing a silver-containing conductive member disposed on a portion of a surface of chemically-strengthened glass, wherein the conductive member comprises silver; disposing a layer comprising a curable polysilazane onto at least a portion of the conductive member and at least a portion of the surface of the chemically-strengthened glass adjacent to the conductive member; and curing the curable polysilazane. Electronic devices prepared according to the method are also disclosed.

Surface Treatment Process, Composition For Use Therein, And Treated Article

US Patent:
2013022, Aug 29, 2013
Filed:
Nov 7, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/883671
Inventors:
Suresh S. Iyer - Woodbury MN,
Rama V. Rajagopal - Singapore,
Assignee:
3M INNOVATIVE PROPERTIES COMPANY - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
C09D 7/12
US Classification:
10628714, 427387
Abstract:
A surface treatment process comprises (a) providing at least one substrate; (b) providing a curable surface treatment composition comprising (1) at least one fluorinated organosilane compound comprising (i) a monovalent segment selected from polyfluoroalkyl, polyfluoroether, polyfluoropolyether, and combinations thereof and (ii) a monovalent endgroup comprising at least one silyl moiety comprising at least one group selected from hydrolyzable groups, hydroxyl, and combinations thereof, and (2) at least one organosilane compound comprising (i) a multivalent non-fluorinated segment and (ii) at least two monovalent endgroups, each monovalent endgroup independently comprising at least one silyl moiety comprising at least one group selected from hydroxyl, hydrolyzable groups, and combinations thereof, and/or at least one organosilazane compound; (c) applying the curable surface treatment composition to the substrate; and (d) curing the applied, curable surface treatment composition.

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