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Paul Ellison

Research Design Engineer

 

ProjectIn-house Designed Diamond Anvil Cell Gearbox for Gas Loading 

Emailpaul@physics.unlv.edu

EXPERIENCE:

Paul joined the Physics Department at UNLV in June 2012.  Before coming to UNLV, he spent over 20 years doing Research and Development for private industry.  Paul started his R&D career with a high-precision tool & engineering company back in 1988.
Over the years, he has played a vital role in numerous R&D projects while working in product development for companies such as Harley-Davidson, General Dynamics and other ISO 9000 & 9001 subcontracted engineering companies specializing in R&D design and prototypes.
Paul completed his apprenticeship classroom education at Milwaukee Area Technical College, consisting of 4 semesters for Tool & Die Making, as well as 4 semesters for Prototype Model/Pattern Making.
He is a State of WI registered journeyman, and is recognized by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers as a journeyman in both Tool & Die, and Pattern/Model Making.
He also holds several certifications in CAD Modeling, Simulation and Prototype Design.
Paul is responsible for the design, development, and fabrication of experimental apparatus for the Physics & Astronomy department, as well as the instruction and guidance of experimental physics students and staff.