Green Tech Problem Solver in Seattle
Location:Seattle, WA, United States (Anywhere)Education level: Masters
Education field: Business
Years of experience: more than 5
Attributes that best describes:
Strong analytical skills
Education: MBA., Management, University of California, Berkeley, California, CA;
BA., Philosophy, Mathematics, and Physics, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder
Current Position and Research: Jeff P. Jordan is President and Majority Stockholder of IntelliJet Marine, Inc. He is responsible for overseeing government R&D contracts relating to marine applications. He has more than 20 years of experience in the development, prototyping, and testing of robotic marine propulsion systems with electronically controllable inlet, pump pitch, and nozzle.
Relevant Experience: Prior to founding IntelliJet Marine, Inc.’s predecessor company Marine Jet Technology Corp., Mr. Jordan was VP Operations for Unisyn Biowaste Technology, a subsidiary of Washington Energy Corp., dedicated to development for full scale conversion of food processing and animal wastes to biogas-generated power and organic fertilizers. There he was responsible for business development, a staff of 4 engineers in the electrical, mechanical, biotechnology, and chemical fields, and the management of construction, as the company was licensed as a general contractor.
From 1977 to 1988, Mr. Jordan was VP Operations for a group of small companies that developed small hydroelectric projects in Montana and Idaho both for independent power generation and for synchronizing to the grid. This group designed, manufactured, installed, and operated equipment for projects it developed. From 1968 to 1970,
Mr. Jordan was a US Navy Officer, designated Communications Officer, on a ship which operated in the coastal waters of Viet Nam.
US Patents , ONR White Papers and ASNE Presentations:
Jeff Jordan, Variable Marine Jet Propulsion. US Patent 2007/7,241,193 B2
Jeff Jordan, Intellijet Propulsion System, Multi Agency Craft Conference (MACC) 2005
Jeff Jordan, Recent Developments in Variable Marine Jet Propulsors, Advanced Naval Propulsion Symposium (ANP) 2008
Jeff Jordan, Submersible Amphibious Assault Vehicles (SAAV), ASNE Day 2012
Jeff P. Jordan, Electronically Controlled Marine Jet Propulsion and Modeling, ASNE Day 2015
Jeff Jordan, Simulation of Detachable Variable Marine Jet Propulsors for AAAV, ONR White Paper,“ 12-14-2015
Jeff Jordan, Streamlined Submersible AAV with Variable Marine Jet Propulsors, ONR, N00014‐16‐R‐BA01, 5-7-2016
Jeff Jordan, Hydrodynamic Feasibility of Streamlined Submersible Amphibious Assault Vehicles (SSAAVs) with Hybrid Variable Marine Propulsion, ONR, N00014‐16‐R‐BA01 White Paper, 7-1-2016
Jeff Jordan, Swarm Submersible Transports, DARPA BAA-16-31 White Paper, 2016
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