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Matthew S. Klee

Professional Recognition

Agilent Life Sciences & Chemical Analysis Division Innovation Merit Award
2005, for leading MSD development and commercialization projects

Hewlett Packard Best of Everything Reward
2001, for exceptional assistance to HP Field Organization

Chromatography Forum of the Delaware Valley Award

1991, for research contributions to the field of chromatography and for service to the Chromatography Forum

Merit Award - Society for Technical Communication
1990-1991, Technical Publications Competition, for primer "GC Inlets - An Introduction"

Atlanta Chromatography Discussion Group Student Award
1980, for achievements as a graduate student in chromatography research

Leadership in Professional Organizations

ACS (American Chemical Society)
member since 1978
Congressional Liaison (DE Congressman Thomas Carper) 1983

CFDV (Chromatography Forum of the Delaware Valley) 1981 - present

Lead 15-member Executive Committee in development and implementation of technical programs, short courses, awards, and publications.

Program Chairman
1986 - 1987
Developed and implemented 10-month technical program including speaker selection, meetings arrangements, and publicity.

Executive Committee
1983 - 1997

Contributing Author
Modern Practice of Gas Chromatography

(consistently highest student evaluations); GC Short Course (over 10 yr)

FACSS (Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies)

General Chairman
1992 Philadelphia Meeting
Managed the operational aspects of the meeting, including contract negotiation, recruitment and leadership of >20 committee chairmen.
Developed and managed a budget of >$260,000, resulting in the second most financially successful FACSS meeting to date, and with a high quality of execution.

Program Chairman
1985, Philadelphia
Recruited and lead a Program Committee of >20 scientists from around the US.  Developed and implemented a technical program of approximately 550 scientific papers.  Initiated and lead new efforts to identify alternate sources of program funding, leading to the most financially successful FACSS meeting to date.  

Governing Board Representative
  1985 - 1993
Conceived of and lead implementation of many changes in management, accounting, and attendee (customer) focus.

CPAC (Center for Process Analytical Chemistry) NSF/University/Industry
University of Washington, Seattle, WA    
Member of initial organizing task force  1983
Technical Monitor 1983 - 1991

Editorial Board, Journal of Microcolumn Separations

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