Brian Daly has had an illustrious career spanning over seven years as a process design engineer. He began working for Fluor Corporation after graduating from the University of Houston in May 2002 doing basic design work on refineries and chemical plants. Then in 2005, he moved on to Catalytic Distillation Technologies working on scaling up pilot plant scale proprietary process technologies to industrial scale process units.
Finally, in 2009, he found himself a spot with the Process Technology Group of Samsung Engineering America, Inc where he's been assisting with the development of process programming tools and preliminary process simulations.
Though he has a good sense of humor he does suffer from delusions of grandeur that he has actual writing talent. Sadly, his dream of a movie featuring chemical engineers that save the world has yet to be realized...
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