Joel Gray is a certified Instrumentation and Radio Technician with a degree in Electronic Telecommunications; and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with Honors at the University of Texas at Dallas with a Minor in Nanotechnology. His completed coursework has included intensive classes in Electromagnetics, RF Design, Communication Systems and Signals & Systems. He is now continuing on to finish a degree in Biomedical Engineering.
He has also recently attended an official course for Radiation Safety Officers offered by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and recently completed advanced courses in Biology, Advanced Microbiology, Biomaterials and Medical Devices, Human Physiology for Electrical Engineers to better understand biochemical reactions at the cellular level.
Joel-Anthony Gray – Mold Assessment Consultant Texas MAC ID # MAC1387
AARST – NRPP National Radon Proficiency Program Measurement Provider License #108991 RT
Scantech was started as a specialized technical consulting service over 10 years ago in 2002 and has been conducting EMF / EMI / RF / Radon / Radiation and other energy surveys / consultations / inspections for hundreds of highly satisfied homeowners and businesses including many Fortune 500 corporations in the Dallas / Fort Worth area and beyond. ScanTech has had experience in radon gas and radiation testing for several years, a certificate in X-Ray Safety and has an ongoing education in medical geology and environmental chemistry.
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In conjunction with receiving a recent degree in Electrical Engineering, Joel-Anthony Gray has over twenty years of technical experience in the fields of computer repair, information technology, networking, audio/video equipment, photography, electronics, electromechanical control systems, automotive mechanics, wireless networks, telecom, biomedical technology, chemistry, microscopy, plasma physics, radiation measurement, ultra-high vacuum systems and nanotechnology including semiconductor fabrication and characterization.
His broad technical background and expert troubleshooting ability in a variety of fields enables him to find relevant insights and offer fresh perspectives in order to solve difficult problems quickly and cost effectively.
ENVIRONMENTAL, ELECTROMAGNETIC & BIOMEDICAL COURSEWORK BREAKDOWN
University of Texas at Dallas
- Electromagnetics I (EE 4301)
- RF Circuit Design (EE 4368)
- Organic Chemistry I & II (CHEM 2323 / 2325)
- Introduction to Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (NANO 3301)
- Nanotechnology Research (1 year) (NANO 4V95 / 4V97)
- Nanoscale Fabrication Engineering (Integrated Circuit Technology) (EE 4330)
- Nanotech Instrumentation, Microscopy & Spectroscopy (NANO 3302)
- Plasma Technology / Plasma Science (PHYS 6383 / NANO 4391)
- Materials Science (NANO 3310)
- Advanced Electron Microscopy (MSEN 6340)
- Nanotechnology Internship (NANO 2486)
- Engineering Physiology of the Human Body (BMEN 3330)
- Biomaterials & Medical Devices (BMEN 4360)
- Biology I for Science Majors (BIOL 1406)
- Advanced Microbiology (BIOL 2421)
Tulane School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine
- Principles of Industrial Hygiene (GEHS-6720)
- Radiological Health (GEHS-6300)