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Gerald A. Alphonse is an electrical engineer, physicist and research scientist, and was the 2005 president of the United States division of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). Alphonse is the author and co-author of over 120 technical papers and holds over 50 U.S. patents, and has served on several of IEEE's committees and boards.
A native of Haïti, Dr. Alphonse holds the BSEE and MSEE from New York University, and a PhD in electrophysics from Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. He joined RCA Laboratories (now Sarnoff Corporation) in 1959. In January 2003, he took retirement from Sarnoff to pursue his interest in consulting start-up high-tech companies.
Dr. Alphonse's career at Sarnoff involves pioneering work and major
contributions in a broad range of technical areas. From 1959 to 1967 he
worked on the development of superconductive
devices. His other research activities include original contributions
in the development of photochromic cathode ray storage and projection
tubes, holography in photorefractive media, broadband acousto-optic
deflectors, holographic data storage, ultrasonic imaging for medical
diagnostics, videodiscs, optical disc media development. He has served
as chief scientist and program manager for the development of
semiconductor laser diode arrays, optical amplifiers, superluminescent
diodes, the psychophysics of large area displays, vision modeling, and
distributed feedback lasers for caesium atomic clocks.
In 1986 he invented and demonstrated the world's highest performance superluminescent diode (SLD), and transferred the technology in 1989 to GE-RCA in Canada, which became a division of EG&G.
Dr. Alphonse spent 16 years as adjunct faculty in the Electronic Physics Department at LaSalle University's
Evening Division, and served for four years as the head of the
department. He has also taught electrical engineering courses in Linear
Systems, Communications, and Microwave Theory at the College of New Jersey.
He has received four David Sarnoff outstanding achievement awards,
an IEEE Region 1 Award, and the IEEE Millennium Award. He is a Fellow
of IEEE, a member of the honorary societies Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, and a member of the Science & Arts Committee of the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.
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Michel (Mike) Frantz Molaire is currently a senior research associate scientist at Eastman Kodak Company.

When Michel F. Molaire came to the U.S. from St Marc, Haiti in 1971, he
couldn’t speak English well. Three years later, he joined Eastman Kodak
as a technician with a two-year degree from New York Technical College.
Taking advantage of Kodak’s tuition aid program- and studying at
night-Molaire earned a BS degree in chemistry (1977), a MS in chemical
engineering (1982), and a MBA from the University of Rochester (1986),
while working full-time at Kodak’s research labs.
By 1982, specializing in polymer science, he straddled the line
between pure and applied research. In 1984, Molaire received the
Eastman Kodak Company Research Laboratories C.E.K. Mees Award for
excellence in scientific research and reporting for his work in “Novel
Organic Molecular Glasses” That research helped to create materials
used in commercialization of Kodak’s 14-inch optical recording media, a
forerunner of today’s DVD media. The same research produced materials
for Kodak thermal print media.
In 1994 he was inducted into Kodak’s Distinguished Inventor’s
Gallery (Inventor Hall of Fame) for reaching the milestone of 20 or
more patents. Today, Molaire holds 49 U.S. patents and more than 110
foreign patents. His research experience includes polymer synthesis,
photo polymerization, molecular glasses, optical recording materials,
organic photoreceptor formulation, infrared sensitive pigments,
electrophotographic transfer materials, photoelectrographic
formulations, and dip coating technology. He is the author of numerous
scientific publications and has presented numerous papers at scientific
conferences.
A graduate of Leadership Rochester, and the United Way African
American Leadership Program (AALDP), he was president of AALDP Alumni
group (1996-1998), board member of Threshold for Alternative Youth
Services Inc. (1993-1996), corporate member of Hillside’s Children
Center (1995-2000), member, Kids on Track committee, United Way of
Rochester (1997-2005), Corporate Member, United Way of Rochester
(2000-2005), Alternate Councilor, American Chemical Society Rochester
Section, Vice President Programs, Society for the Imaging Science &
Technology, Rochester section (since 2007), President Society for the
Imaging Science & Technology, Rochester section (since 2008).
Molaire was inducted into the African Scientific Institute
Fellowship in November 2006. He is a member of the American Chemical
Society, the Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology, and the
Society for Imaging Science & Technology.
Molaire started writing poetry at the age of twelve in French and
Haitian Creole. His first collection of poems, "La Vie Des Oiseaux
Morts" ("The Life of The Dead Birds”) was published in 1965. He
published a second one in 1968, "Plus Pres" ("Nearer"). He published
his first English poetry book, "Shadow of Dreams" in 1995 (Norex
Publications). He is the author/publisher of "African American Who’s
Who, Greater Rochester Area, Past & Present", 1996 (Norex
Publications), and "African American Who Was First, Greater Rochester
Area", 1996 (Norex Publications).

List of Molaire's patents
1- US 7,371,492 Vinyl polymer photoconductive elements
2- US 7,268,363 Photosensitive organic semiconductor compositions
3- US 7,267,915 Photoconductive element having an amorphous polymeric barrier layer
4- US 7,211,359 Coating solution containing cocrystals and or
crystals of a charge-generation pigment or a mixture of
charge-generation pigments
5- US 7,033,716 Two-stage milling process for preparing cocrystals
of titanyl fluorophthalocyanine and titanyl phthalocyanine, and
electrophotographic element containing it
6- US 7,033,715 Uniform cocrystals of titanyl fluorophthalocyanine
and titanyl phthalocyanine formed in trichloroethane, and charge
generating layer containing it
7- US 7,026,084 Cocrystals containing high-chlorine titanyl
phthalocyanine and low concentration of titanyl fluorophthalocyanine,
and electrophotographic element containing it
8- US 7,011,919 Self-dispersing titanyl phthalocyanine pigment
compositions and electrophotographic charge generation layers
containing same
9- US 7,008,742 Heat-induced formation of co-crystalline composition
containing titanyl phthalocyanine and titanyl fluorophthalocyanine
10- US 6,949,139 Process for forming cocrystals containing
chlorine-free titanyl phthalocyanine and low concentration of titanyl
fluorophthalocyanine using organic milling aid
11- US 6,866,977 Photoconductive elements having a polymeric barrier layer
12- US 6,605,399 Sleeved Photoconductive member and method of making
13- US 6,593,046 Photoconductive elements having a polymeric barrier layer
14- US 6,541,171 Sleeved photoconductive member and method of making
15- 6,517,984 Silsesquioxane compositions containing tertiary aryl
amines for hole transport element having a polymeric barrier layer
17- US 6,377,772 Double-sleeved electrostatographic roller and method of using
18- US 6,294,301 Polymer and photoconductive element having a polymeric barrier layer
19- US 6,020,097 Single layer bipolar electrophotographic element
20- US 5,773,181 Non-uniformly substituted phthalocyanine compositions preparation methods, and electrophotographic elements
21- US 5,766,810 Methods for preparing cocrystals of titanyl
fluorophthalocyanine and unsubstantiated titanyl phthalocyanine,
electrophotographic elements, and titanyl phthalocyanine compositions
22- US 5,733,695 Electrophotographic elements with generating layers containing polyester ionomer
23- US 5,629,418 Preparation of titanyl fluorophthalocyanine
24- US 5,614,342 Methods for preparing cocrystals of titanyl
fluorophthalocyanine and unsubstantiated titanyl phthalocyanine,
electrophotographic elements, and titanyl phthalocyanine compositions
25- US 5,523,189 Electrophotographic recording elements and preparation method
26- US 5,288,691 Stabilizers for dye-donor element used in thermal dye transfer
27- US 5,240,802 Aggregate photoconductive element and method of making same
28- US5, 238,766 Coating compositions containing a titanyl fluorophthalocyanine pigment
29- US 5,238,764 Electrophotographic elements containing a titanyl fluorophthalocyanine pigment
30- US 5,232,804 Electrophotographic element and method of making same
31- US 5,204,198 Photo electrographic elements utilizing nonionic sulfonic acid photo generators
32- US 5,176,977 Nonpolymeric amorphous developer compositions and developing processes
34- v 4,902,605 Photoresist composition comprising cyclohexyleneoxyalkyl acrylates
35- US 4,792,517 Laminate for the formation of beam leads for IC chip bonding
36- US 4,767,883 Polymerizable cyclohexyleneoxyalkyl acrylates
37- US 4,661,429 Photoelectrographic elements and imaging method
38- US 4,650,734 Color filter elements and electrophotographic method of making same
39- US 4,629,093 Proportioning dispenser for powdered products
40- US 4,626,361 Binder-mixtures for optical recording layers and elements
41- US 4,619,890 Optical recording element having a polymerized crosslinked homopolymer smoothing layer
42- US RE32, 136 Electrostatographic developers comprising toners
containing polyester having p-hydroxybenzoic acid recurring units
43- US 4,499,165 Amorphous compositions of dyes and binder-mixtures
in optical recording elements and information recorded elements
44- US 4,485,161 Electrophotographic elements having barrier layers
of crosslinked polymers of aliphatic or aromatic monomers containing.
Alpha.beta. -ethylenically unsaturated carbonyl-containing substituents
45- US 4,473,626 Electrohardenable materials for photoelectrophoretic imaging
46- US 4,446,302 Electrostatographic developers comprising toners
containing polyester having p-hydroxybenzoic acid recurring units
47- US 4,419,434’’’ Image transfer film unit with modified surface layer containing capillaries
48- US 4,416,965’’’ Electrostatographic developers comprising toners Containing a polyester having p-hydroxybenzoic acid recurring units
49- US 4,322,490 Photopolymerizable compositions featuring improved monomers

List of Molaire’s publications and presentations
1. M. F. Molaire, “A Free-Volume Model for
Photopolymerizable/Crosslinkable Dry-Film Systems” J. Polymer Science,
Vol. 20, 847-861 (1982)
2. J.L.R. Williams, M.F. Molaire, “Photoreactive Polymers,”
Kirk-Othmer: Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Vol. 17, 3rd Edition,
680-708, (1982)
3. J.L.R. Williams, M.F. Molaire, “Photoreactive Polymers, “
Encyclopedia of Semiconductor Technology, Encyclopedia Reprint Series,
Martin Grayson, Series Editor
4. M. F. Molaire, Influence of Melt Viscosity on the Writing
Sensitivity of Organic Dye-Binder Optical Disk Recording Media,”
Applied Optics, Vol. 27, pp 743-746 (1988)
5. M.F. Molaire, Roger Johnson, “Organic Monomeric Glasses, A Novel
Class of Materials.” J. Polymer Science, Vol. 27, 2569-2592 (1989) 6.
M.F. Molaire, J.T. Henry, T. Zubil, J.E. Keading, “Cocrystalline
Mixtures of Titanyl Fluorophthalocyanine, IS&T 1997, Seattle,
Washington
7. M.F. Molaire, E, Magin, P. Borsenberger, “Photogeneration in
Dual-Layer Organic Photoconductors,” SPIE 1997, San Diego, California
8. M. F. Molaire, “Free Volume Trapping in Dual-Layer photoconductors”, IS&T 1998 Proceedings, Toronto, Canada
9. Michel F. Molaire, Lloyd Lobo, Theodore Zubil, Lori VanEpps, and
Michael Sykes, “Newtonian, Colloidally Stable, Ultrasonic-Insensitive,
Charge Generating Layer Dispersion”, NIP 22, International Conference
on Digital Printing Technology, Denver. Colorado, Sept. 2006
10. Liang-Bih Lin, Ralph H. Young, David S. Weiss and Michel F.
Molaire, “Organic photoreceptors for digital electrophotographic,“
Proc. SPIE, Vol. 3422, 27 (1998)
11. Douglas E. Bugner, Jeanne E. Kaeding, and Michel F. Molaire
“Photoelectrographic masters containing nonionic acid photogenerators”,
Proc. SPIE, Vol. 2171, 168 (1994)
12. Michel F. Molaire, “A Semi-Empirical Model For Dip Coating:
Thickness and Thickness Uniformity Control,” IS&T's NIP21:
International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, Baltimore,
MD; September 18, 2005; p. 17-19
13. Michel F, Molaire, “Free-Volume Trapping in Multiactive
Photoconductors,” IS&T's NIP 14: International Conference on
Digital Printing Technologies, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; October 1998;
p. 486-489; ISBN / ISSN: 0-89208-212-7
14. Michel Frantz Molaire and Theodore Zubil, “Cocrystalline
Mixtures of Titanyl Fluorophthalocyanine and Unsubstituted Titanyl
Phthalocyanine: The Mechanical Amorphization Process, Its
Characterization, and Conditions for Cocrystallization”, IS&T's
NIP20: International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, Salt
Lake City, UT; October 31, 2004; p. 487-491; ISBN / ISSN: 0-89208-253-4
15. Michel F. Molaire, “Aqueous Surface-Smoothing Layer Compositions
for High-Quality Photoreceptors,” 23rd International Conference on
Digital Printing Technologies and Digital Fabrication 2007, Anchorage,
Alaska; September 2007; p. 653-656; ISBN / ISSN: 0-89208-273-9
16. Michel F. Molaire, Theodore Zubil, William Gruenbaum, IS&T's
NIP 15: International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies,
Orlando, Florida; October 1999; p. 668-671; ISBN / ISSN: 0-89208-222-4
17. Michel F. Molaire, Michael Sykes, and Richard Greenaway,
“Universal Printer Benchmark Test Protocol”, The International
Symposium on Technologies for Digital Photo Fulfillment, Las Vegas,
February 28 – March 1, 2009
18. Wayne T. Ferrar, David S. Weiss, Michel F. Molaire, Xin Jin, and
Louis J. Sorriero, “Electron-Transporting Polyamides for Organic
Photoreceptors”, 24th International Conference on Digital Printing
Technologies and Digital Fabrication 2008, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania;
September 8, 2008; p. 176-179; ISBN / ISSN: 978-0-89208-279-7
19. Michel F. Molaire, Wayne T. Ferrar, Randy G. Galipo, Michael
Sykes, and Theodore Zubil, ” Cross-Linked Naphthalene Bisimide
“E-Barrier” Layer Compositions Using Blocked Isocyanate Chemistry”,
24th International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies and
Digital Fabrication 2008, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; September 8, 2008;
p. 184-187; ISBN / ISSN: 978-0-89208-279-7
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