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The Chemistry of Technical, Legal, & Business Integration – Selected Publications & Monographs

Dr. Reuven K. Mouallem, LL.M. – Selected Publications, Monographs, & Presentations

IP Management Consultant/Strategic Advisor, Patent Attorney, and Founder

 

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Dr. Mouallem has authored numerous technical, legal, and business publications and monographs; a selected listing is provided below. The subjects span an array of technologies in addition to topics focused on intellectual property, legal strategies, and management & business perspectives.

 

Furthermore, Dr. Mouallem has made many presentations worldwide in his capacity as an IP attorney, business-management expert and lecturer for FlashPoint IP – a leader among intellectual property firms, as well as an R&D scientist and manager in various industrial, academic, and governmental settings. A reference list is provided below.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS & MONOGRAPHS

Business Strategy, Intellectual Property, & Information Technology Focus

 

103. “IP Management Reorganization for Genzyme Corporation,” LL.M. Case Study, Robert Schuman Law School, Center for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI), University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France, 2011.

 

102. “Patent-Portfolio Valuation for Genzyme Corporation,” LL.M. Case Study, Robert Schuman Law School, Center for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI), University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France, 2011.

 

101. “A Strategic Fit from Strategy Analysis to Formulation for IP Portfolio Implementation at Genzyme Corporation,” LL.M. Case Study, Robert Schuman Law School, Center for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI), University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France, 2011.

 

100. “Choosing Your Patent Counsel and Determining an Appropriate Patent Filing and Prosecution Strategy: Part 4 in a Series on Protecting Your Inventions with Limited Resources,” IEEE Instrum. Meas. Mag., 2011.

 

99. “Business and Legal Aspects of Advancing Your Patent Disclosure: Part 3 in a Series on Protecting Your Inventions with Limited Resources,” IEEE Instrum. Meas. Mag., 2010.

 

98. “Being Aware of Details in Preparing a Patent Disclosure: Part 2 in a Series on Protecting Your Inventions with Limited Resources,” IEEE Instrum. Meas. Mag., 2010.

 

97. “A Do-It-Yourself Approach to Securing Patent Protection: Part 1 in a Series on Protecting Your Inventions with Limited Resources,” IEEE Instrum. Meas. Mag., 2010.

 

96. “Hybrid Innovation in Biochip/DNA Microarray Technology: A Case Study on Affymetrix, Inc.,” Research Report, Institute for Technology and Enterprise, Polytechnic University, New York, 1999.

 

95. “The Integration of IT Management and Virtual R&D Enterprises,” Research Report, Institute for Technology and Enterprise, Polytechnic University, New York, 1999.

 

94. “The Dynamics of Economic Growth in Industrial Markets and Their Relation to Innovative Activity,” Research Report, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1998.

 

93. “Strategic Thinking as a Critical Asset: Turning Corporate Strategy into Competitive Advantage,” Research Report, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1998.

 

92. “Texaco Inc.: Market Structure, Business Conduct, and Public Policy,” Executive Memorandum, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1998.

 

91. “Understanding Pricing Structure,” Research Report, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1998.

 

90. “Assessing Developments in Fuel-Cell Technology,” Research Report, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1998.

 

89. “Aligned for Growth: A Case Study for Best Practices in Technology Management and Business Integration,” Case Study, Texaco Inc., Beacon, 1998.

 

88. “Facets of a Strategic Technology Center: Ingredients for a Research Enterprise in the Industrial Sector,” White Paper, Texaco Inc., Beacon, 1998.

 

 

Science & Technology Focus

 

87. “X-ray Absorption Near-edge Structure Analysis of the Chemical Environment of Zinc in the Tribological Films Formed by Zinc Dialkyl Dithiophosphate Decomposition on Steel,” Tribology International, 2005.

 

86. “An Investigation of the Tribological Properties of Thin KCl Films on Iron in Ultrahigh Vacuum: Modeling the Extreme-Pressure Lubricating Interface,” Wear, 2002.

 

85. “Use of Inconspicuous Chemically-Encoded Markers for Tracking International Freight,” Research Proposal, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Arlington, 2000.

 

84. “Probing the Surface Chemistry of Lubricant Additives on Steel,” in BNL National Synchrotron Light Source Activity Report 1998, Brookhaven National Laboratory, National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1998.

 

83. “Focusing of Low-Energy Ions by Magnetic Field,” in Experimental Innovations in Surface Science: A Guide to Practical Laboratory Methods and Instruments, 1998.

 

82. “Base Oil and Additive Effects in the Thermo-oxidation Engine Oil Simulation Test (TEOST),” Subjects in Engine Oil Rheology and Tribology, SP-1209, Society of Automotive Engineers, 1996.

 

81. “Comparison of Surface Coatings Formed from Carboxylic Acid-Based and Conventional Coolants in a Field-Test Study,” Engine Coolants and Cooling System Components, SP-1162, Society of Automotive Engineers, 1996.

 

80. “The Impact of Base Oil Composition on the Friction Reducing Mechanism of Organomolybdenum Compounds in Engine Oil Applications,” Proceedings of the Japan International Tribology Conference, Yokohama, Japan, 1995.

 

79. “Investigation of the Adsorption of Various Ion Fragments At and Above Hyperthermal Energies on Polycrystalline Metal Surfaces,” Ph.D. Thesis, S.U.N.Y. at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, 1994.

 

78. “Synthesis of Carboranes and Boron-Rich Films from Solid Diborane using Synchrotron Radiation,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology, 1993.

 

77. “Ion and Electron Beam Processing of Condensed Molecular Solids to Form Thin Films,” Proceedings of the Materials Research Society, Vol. 279; Symposium A: Beam-Solid Interactions – Fundamentals and Applications,” Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, 1993.

 

76. “Growth of Dielectric Thin Films by Irradiation of Condensed Molecular Precursors with Synchrotron Radiation,” Proceedings of the Materials Research Society, Vol. 279; Symposium A: Beam-Solid Interactions-Fundamentals and Applications,” Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, 1993.

 

75. “Near-Edge and Photoemission Studies of Condensed Diborane: Evidence for Intermolecular Interactions in the Solid Phase,” Chemical Physics Letters, 1992.

 

74. “Low Temperature Synthesis of Boron Nitride from Condensed Diborane and Ammonia Using Synchrotron Radiation,” Applied Physics Letters, 1992.

 

73. “Efficient Magnetic Focusing of Low-Energy Ions (1-5 eV) onto Solids for use in Surface Chemistry Studies,” Review of Scientific Instruments, 1992.

 

72. “Using Hyperthermal Ions to Selectively Adsorb Surface Intermediates: Evidence for the Adsorption of CH3 on Platinum from a 1-3 eV CH3+ Ion Beam,” Chemical Physics Letters, 1991.

 

71. “A NEXAFS Study on the Adsorption of Ammonia on Clean and Potassium-Promoted Iron,” Surface Science, 1991.

 

70. “The Influence of Elongational Viscosity on the Shear Stability of Polymers in Motor Oils and Industrial Lubricants,” Proceedings of the Japan International Tribology Conference, Nagoya, Japan, 1990.

 

69. “Quaternions: A Mathematics Born Too Early?” Student Monograph, Topics in Philosopy of Mathematics, Department of Science & Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, 1988.

 

68. “A Computer Program and Interface using an Expert System for the Taxonomy of Deciduous Trees Based on Leaf-Analysis Input,” Computer-Application Code and Documentation, Summer Game Institute, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, 1982.

 

 

PRESENTATIONS

Business Strategy, Intellectual Property, & Information Technology Focus

 

67. “Patenting without a Clear Market Horizon,” IP MasterClass – “The A to Z of IP: Navigating the IP Challenges in Securing your Innovations”, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2017.

 

66. “Developing Smart, Value-Added IP Portfolios for Enhanced Patent Asset Monetization and Efficient Resource Utilization,” IP MasterClass – “The A to Z of IP: Navigating the IP Challenges in Securing your Innovations”, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2017.

 

65. “Building Meaningful Asset Value While Being Mindful of Cost Containment,” IP MasterClass – “The A to Z of IP: Navigating the IP Challenges in Securing your Innovations”, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2017.

 

64. “The Secret Sauce for Patent Allowance of S/W in an Anti-Software Patent Environment,” IP MasterClass – “The A to Z of IP: Navigating the IP Challenges in Securing your Innovations”, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2017.

 

63. “More Tales from the Claim Fixer: Digging Deeper into Prosecution Dynamics,” IP MasterClass – “The A to Z of IP: Navigating the IP Challenges in Securing your Innovations”, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2017.

 

62. “Tactics for Successful Patent Outcomes from an Engineering Design Approach,” IP MasterClass – “The A to Z of IP: Navigating the IP Challenges in Securing your Innovations”, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2017.

 

61. “Making Your IP Irresistible: How to Structure Patents as Opportunity Scaffolds,” IP MasterClass – “The A to Z of IP: Navigating the IP Challenges in Securing your Innovations”, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2017.

 

60. “Tactics for Successful Patent Outcomes in the Medical-Device Space,” Innovations in Cardiovascular Interventions – ICI Meeting, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2016.

 

59. “Developing Smart, Value-Added IP Portfolios for Enhanced Patent Asset Monetization and Efficient Resource Utilization,” The A-Z of IP: From Advent of Innovation to Zeroing in on Profitability, The Powerball Collaborative Office Space Forum, Rehovoth, Israel, 2016.

 

58. “Maximizing Value as an IP Objective,” Protecting Your Innovation Seminar, TLV Startup Hub, CITI Accelerator TLV, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2016.

 

57. “Pharma-Related Online Databases: Overview, Tools, Functionalities, Patent Search Strategies, and Practical Examples,” National Seminar on Patentability Criteria in Pharmaceutical Inventions, The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), The Ege University EBILTEM Technology Transfer Office, and The Turkish Patent Institute, Izmir, Turkey, 2014.

 

56. “Patent Drafting and Its Tricks: A Discussion Platform for Strategy Formulation,” Invited Distinguished Seminar, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2014.

 

55. “Risk Assessment for Different Types of IP Assets in Various Technology Areas (Electronics, Software, Pharmaceuticals, Mechanics, and Medical Devices),” Patent Valuation and Commercialisation – Making the Most of Patents for Business Conference, The European Patent Academy of the European Patent Office (EPO), Athens, Greece, 2014.

 

54. “Innovation & Technology Strategy,”  Graduate Management Course, Executive MBA Program, Department of Industrial Engineering & Management, The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel, 2009 -2010.

 

53. “Strategic Technology Forecasting,”  Undergraduate Management Course, School of Management, Jerusalem College of Technology, Jerusalem, Israel, 2010.

 

52. “Managing Innovation & the Innovative Process,”  Undergraduate Management Course, School of Management, Jerusalem College of Technology, Jerusalem, Israel, 2009.

 

51. “Managing Innovation and International Entrepreneurship,” Graduate Business Course, International MBA Program, Graduate School of Business, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, 2009.

 

50. “Intellectual Property – Protecting Your Ideas,” Guest Lecture Series, Graduate School of Business, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, 2009.

 

49. “Halakhic Issues in Science & Technology,” Interactive Class, The Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy, Yeshiva University, New York, 2001.

 

48. “Innovation Business Strategies and Strategic Thinking,” Graduate Business Course, Management of Technology Program, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, New York, 1999.

 

47. “Sharing Resources for Strategic Advantage and Growth,” Partner-Interface Forum, Caltex, Manila, Philippines, 1998.

 

46. “Growth Opportunities in Developing Countries,” Regional-Manager Conference, Caltex, Bangkok, Thailand, 1998.

 

45. “Filling the Pipeline: Applied R&D Meets the Refinery,” Strategic-Alliance Assembly, Texaco, Caracas, Venezuela, 1998.

 

44. “Managing Strategic Relationships in Leveraged Research Partnerships,” Texaco Virtual Technology Conference, World Wide Web, 1998.

 

43. “Oracle Corporation and the Proposition of the Network Computing Environment: A Case Study,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1998.

 

42. “Three Topics in Project Management: Managing a New Technology R&D Project, Managing Multiple Small Projects, and Planning a New Product,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1998.

 

41. “Project Management in Action – Showcase Project: Implementing Project Management in AT&T’s Business Communications System,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1998.

 

40. “Process Improvement in Product Design and Manufacture: A Case Study,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1997.

 

39. “The Interactions of Marketing, Manufacturing, and R&D in Product Design and Introduction: A Case Study,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1997.

 

38. “Improving Quality in Your Business,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1997.

 

37. “Chemistry and Physics Education in a Middle-Eastern Context,” Guest Lecture, Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane, Morocco, 1996.

 

36. “Assessing the Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) Project,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Management, Polytechnic University, Hawthorne, 1996.

 

35. “Technology Transfer: From Academia to Industry to Across the Ocean,” People-to-People – Citizen Ambassador Program, Physical Chemistry Delegation to the People’s Republic of China, Shanghai, China, 1996.

 

 

Science & Technology Focus

 

34. “General Chemistry Lecture and Laboratory,” Two-Semester Course Sequence, The Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy, Yeshiva University, New York, 2001.

 

33. “A NEXAFS Study of Anti-Wear Additives and Friction Modifiers,” American Physical Society National Meeting, Atlanta, 1999.

 

32. “An Investigation of the Surface Chemistry of Lubricant Additives on Steel by NEXAFS Spectroscopy,” American Vacuum Society National Meeting, Baltimore, 1998.

 

31. “In-Situ Catalyst Characterization for Gas-To-Liquids Applications,” Texaco Virtual Technology Conference, World Wide Web, 1998.

 

30. “Probing the Surface Chemistry of Lubricant Additives Using NEXAFS Spectroscopy,” American Chemical Society National Meeting, Boston, 1998.

 

29. “Lubricant-Additive Chemistry Effects of Diesel Engine Soot on Wear Performance as Studied by XPS and Solid-State NMR,” 72nd Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, University Park, 1998.

 

28. “A NEXAFS Study of Anti-Wear Additives and Friction Modifiers,” 72nd Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, University Park, 1998.

 

27. “The Effects of Ligand-Exchange Reactions on the Activity of Organomolybdenum Friction Modifiers in Energy-Conserving Lubricants,” 72nd Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, University Park, 1998.

 

26. “Applications of NEXAFS Spectroscopy to Tribological Systems,” National Synchrotron Light Source Users’ Meeting, Upton, 1998.

 

25. “XPS and Solid-State NMR of Soot Produced in a Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine: Impact of Lubricant Additive Chemistry on Wear Performance,” American Chemical Society National Meeting, Dallas, 1998.

 

24. “Combining X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy with Ex-Situ Experiments for Chemical Information on Surface Compound Formation,” Eastern Electron Spectroscopy Society Spring Meeting, Akzo Nobel, Dobbs Ferry, 1997.

 

23. “The Tribological Characteristics of Lubricant Additives as Measured with an In-Vacuum Friction Machine,” American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, 1997.

 

22. “Harnessing the Power of Directed Basic Research in Field-Test Studies,”  Texaco Research Roundtable, Ghent, Belgium, 1996.

 

21. “An XPS Study of Electrochemically-Induced Oxide Formation in the Presence of Carboxylic Acid Corrosion Inhibitors on Aluminum and Copper Surfaces,” American Vacuum Society National Meeting, Philadelphia, 1996.

 

20. “Molecular Modeling and Simulation of the Possible Modes of Chemical Approach and Bonding of DTPA (Dithiophosphoric Acid) on Fe(110) in the Silicon Graphics Computing Environment,” Texaco Technology, Beacon, 1996.

 

19. “Base Oil and Additive Effects in the Thermo-oxidation Engine Oil Simulation Test (TEOST),” Society of Automotive Engineers’ Fuels & Lubricants Fall Meeting, San Antonio, 1996.

 

18. “Applications of Surface Science to Lubricants, Coolants, and Oil Recovery Technology,” Texaco Technology Conference, Houston, 1996.

 

17. “Havoline Engine Treatment,” Texaco Technology Conference, Houston, 1996.

 

16. “XPS of Organophosphorus and Organomolybdenum Compounds and Their Tribological Properties,” Limits of Lubrication Conference, Williamsburg, 1996.

 

15. “Electrochemical Corrosion Testing: An Effective Tool for Corrosion Inhibitor Evaluation,” American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, 1996.

 

14. “Applications of Surface Science to Lubricants Technology: Chemical Approaches to Tribology,” Ford Research Laboratory, Invited Speaker, Dearborn, 1996.

 

13. “Comparison of Surface Coatings Formed from Carboxylic Acid-Based and Conventional Coolants in a Field-Test Study,” Society of Automotive Engineers‘ International Congress and Exposition, Detroit, 1996.

 

12. “Applications of Surface Science to Tribology: Chemical Perspectives on Mechanical Systems,” Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, and Mechanics Colloquium Series, Troy, 1995.

 

11. “A Novel UHV Surface Analysis Instrument for Studying Tribological Problems in Automotive Lubricant Applications,” American Chemical Society National Meeting, Anaheim, 1995.

 

10. “The Investigation of ZDTP Anti-Wear Surface Morphologies by Coupling Atomic Force Microscopy with Friction Experiments,” Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, 1994.

 

9. “On the Understanding of the Role of the Catalyst and Promoter in Co-Mo Hydrodesulfurization Catalysts: A Surface Science Approach,” Advanced Graduate Student Seminar Series, Department of Chemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, 1991.

 

8. “The Interaction of BF3 and NH3 Co-Adsorbed on a Ni(111) Surface: Investigation of a Model Hard Acid-Hard Base Adsorption System,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Chemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, 1991.

 

7. “Ultra-Low Energy Interactions (≤ 3 eV) of CH3+ Ions on Platinum,” American Chemical Society National Meeting, New York, 1991.

 

6. “Applications of Nonlinear Optical Probes to Surface Science: A Study of the Interaction of Ammonia with Rhenium(0001) by Second Harmonic Generation,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Chemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, 1990.

 

5. “Chemistry of Hydrocarbon Reactions on Aluminum and Platinum,” Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Chemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, 1990.

 

4. “Electronics for Chemists,”  Undergraduate Laboratory Course, Department of Chemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, 1990.

 

3. “General Chemistry,”  Undergraduate Laboratory Course, Department of Chemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, 1990.

 

2. “Elongational Viscosity as a Probe of Engine Oil Shear Stability,” Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 1989.

 

1. “Investigation of the Raman Spectroscopy of Tryptophan: Overcoming Challenges with Micromolar Concentration Analysis,” Undergraduate Research Project, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, 1988.

 

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