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Details of Dr. Richard Perry Sheryll   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Scientist & Ocean Engineer
Department Research & Development
Address
Cyclops Research & Development, Inc., 340 West 87th Street
New York
NY
10024
United States
Regions ODINCARSA
ODINWESTPAC
Tel 212-874-2827
Fax 212-874-7933
Email
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph.D. Ocean Engineering
Job type Research , Decision Making & Policy , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Chemical Oceanography , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Research Support Services , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Chemical Oceanography , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Research Support Services
Research Activities Development of the Deep Ocean Benthic Sampler (DOBS)It is the first uncontaminated undisturbed benthic boundary layer sediment core sampler which maintains the native sampled pressure and temperature. Used for mRNA sampling and marine microbial ecology. In addition the device can be used as a deep water ocean observatory platform.

-Rebuilding of vintage helicopters, 1964, Bell-47J2A and 1955, Sikorsky S55 helicopter -Scuba Diving -Metal casting, -Machine work, lathes, end-mills, and a verity of other shop equipment -Photography, 35mm & digital, photo-microscopy, aerial photography & darkroom tech - Expert witness for patent litigations cases
Research Region Atlantic, Pacific, Open Ocean
Working languages English
Skills/Expertise -Benthic sampling -Biological oceanography/marine biology & marine microbiology -Electro-mechanical devices for deep-sea exploration -Instrumentation -Engineering education -Mechanical design & CAD work -Electronics design, analog & digital -High pressure gases -Design for high pressure environments -Electron and light microscopy -Material Science non-destructive analysis -Open & closed water aquarium systems -Deep Ocean Instrumentation Design
Comments Looking for research position. Postdoctoral completed at the American Museum of Natural History 2013,
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Richard SHERYLL)

R.P. Sheryll. ?New Technology for Uncontaminated and Pressure Controlled Deep-Sea Sampling? UMI Dissertation Publishing, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2009, pp 1-611
R. Stolkin, R. Sheryll, L. Hotaling. ?Discovery based classroom projects with ROVs and AUVs?, book chapter for ?Engineering Education?, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research, in press 2008.
R.P. Sheryll. ?Instrumentation for, Deep Ocean Sampling: Problems in; Gas Mixtures used to Perform Work at Depth, Gas Laws Versus Empirical Methods? Stevens Institute of Technology, Samuel C. Williams Library, 2007, pp 1-241.
R. stolkin, L. Hotaling, R. Sheryll, C. Chassapis, B. McGrath, K. Sheppard. ?A paradigm for vertically integrated curriculum innovation ? how curricula were developed for undergraduate, middle and high school students using underwater robotics? International Conference on Engineering Education ? ICEE 2007 Sept. 3-7, Colmbra, Portugal
L. Hotaling, R. Stolkin, R. Sheryll. ?Discovery based learning in the engineering classroom using underwater robotics?. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Chicago, June 2006, Nominated for best paper award
R.P. Sheryll. ?Marine Extremophiles: Collection, Isolation and Culture in Absence of Decompression? International Marine Biotechnology Conference, St. John?s Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada, June 7-12, 2005, pp. 385
L. Hotaling, R. Stolkin, R. Sheryll. ?A simple ROV project for the engineering classroom? Proc. IEEE / Marine Technology Society OCEANS conference, 2006
Liesl Hotaling, Richard Sheryll, Rustam Stolkin. ?Discovery based learning in the engineering classroom using underwater Robotics?. Proceedings of American Society for Engineering Educators-ASEE, Mid-Atlantic Section Conference, Fall 2005
R. Stolkin, L. Hotaling, R. Sheryll. ?Using underwater robotics in the engineering classroom? Proc. ROBOLAB Conference, Austin, 2005
A. E. Charola, R. P. Sheryll.
R. Sheryll. ?Empirical determination of compressibility factors (Z), for gases or gas mixtures, using a new high pressure supercompressibility apparatus? Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, in preparation
A. E. Charola, R. P. Sheryll.
Robert J. Koestler, John J. Lee, Jason Reidy, Richard P. Sheryll, Xenophon Xenophontos.
R. P. Sheryll, A. Elena Charola (Mentor).
A. E. Charola, M. Dupas, R. P. Sheryll. G.G.Freund.
N. Indictor, R. J. Koestler, R. P. Sheryll.
R. stolkin, R. Sheryll, L. Hotaling, ?Braitenbergian experiments with simple aquatic robots?, Proc. IEEE MTS OCEANS conference, 2007
E. De Witt, A. E. Charola, R. P. Sheryll. ?SEM Contribution to the Study of Various Consolidants in French Limestone
R. J. Koestler, N. Indictor, R. P. Sheryll.
L. Hotaling, R. Stolkin, R. Sheryll. ?Discovery based learning in the engineering classroom using underwater robotics?, Proc. ASEE Northeast Regional Conference, 2006
E. De Witt, A. E. Charola, R. P. Sheryll. ?Preliminary Tests on Commercial Stone Consolidants
R. J. Koestler, R. P. Sheryll, N. Indictor.


Created: 2009-09-23 Last Updated: 2014-11-06 by Richard SHERYLL