David P. Madio, Ph.D.

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Title: Patent Engineer

Location: Houston

madio@oshaliang.com

PRACTICE AREAS AND INDUSTRIES SERVED

Dr. David P. Madio, Ph.D. is a Patent Engineer and assists in drafting and prosecuting patents in biotechnology, data and image processing, electrical technology, medical imaging, oilfield applications, optics technologies, and telecommunications.

EXPERIENCE

Prior to joining Osha Liang, Dr. Madio worked in research and engineering as a physicist and petrophysicist in the oil and gas industry.  His focus has been on downhole measurements and data interpretation, with particular emphasis on nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and nuclear measurements.  In addition, his work at the National Institutes of Health was on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) physics and gene therapy.

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Physics, University of Pittsburgh
  • M.S., Physics, University of Pittsburgh
  • B.A., Physics, Wesleyan University

PROFESSIONAL HONORS

  • Distinguished Speaker, Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts
  • Performed by Schlumberger Bronze Award (3D revolution in NMR Fluid Analysis: MRX & DT2 Map)
  • Rotary Foundation Graduate Scholar (International ambassador of good will)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Fast imaging with the MMME sequence, H. Cho, L. Chavez, E.E. Sigmund, D.P. Madio, and Y.-Q. Song, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 180(1), 18, 2006.
  • Transforming NMR Data Despite Missing Data Points, Dean O. Kuethe, Arvind Caprihan, Irving J. Lowe, David P. Madio, H. Michael Gach, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 139(1), 18, 1999.
  • On the Feasibility of MRI-Guided Focused Ultrasound for Local Induction of Gene Expression, David P. Madio, Peter van Gelderen, Alan Olson, Daryl DesPres, Tim Fawcett, Nikki Holbrook, Myrna Mandel, and Chrit T. W. Moonen, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 8(1), 101, 1998.
  • Ultra-Fast Velocity Imaging in Stenotically-Produced Turbulent Jets using RUFIS, David P. Madio, H. Michael Gach, and Irving J. Lowe, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 39(4), 574, 1998.
  • A Programmable Pre-Emphasis System, H. Michael Gach, Irving J. Lowe, David P. Madio, Arvind Caprihan, Stephen A. Altobelli, Dean O. Kuethe, Eiichi Fukushima, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 40(3), 427, 1998.
  • Ultra-Fast Imaging Using Low Flip-Angles and FIDs, David P. Madio and Irving J. Lowe, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 34, 525, 1995.
  • A Novel Eddy Current Compensation Scheme for Pulsed Gradient Systems, R. E. Wysong, D. P. Madio, and I. J. Lowe, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 31, 572, 1994.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

  • A New Capture and Inelastic Spectroscopy Tool Takes Geochemical Logging to the Next Level, R.J. Radtke, Maria Lorente, Bob Adolph, Markus Berheide, Scott Fricke, Jim Grau, Susan Herron, Jack Horkowitz, Bruno Jorion, David Madio, Dale May, Jeffrey Miles, Luke Perkins, Olivier Philip, Brad Roscoe, David Rose, and Chris Stoller, Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts Annual Symposium, Paper AAA, 2012.
  • Thermal Neutron Porosity using Pulsed Neutron Measurements, Scott Fricke, David P. Madio, Bob Adolph, Mike Evans, and Rob Leveridge, Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts Annual Symposium, 2008.
  • Fast Temperature Mapping/Focused Ultrasound, David Madio, Alan Olson, A. Scott Chesnick, Chrit Moonen, Thirty-Eighth Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference, 28, 1997.
  • Measurement of Flow Velocity in Turbulent Jets with RUFIS, D. P. Madio, H. M. Gach, and I. J. Lowe, Proceedings, Society of Magnetic Resonance Fourth Scientific Meeting, 1290, 1996.
  • Linear Least Squares Reconstruction of Missing Time Domain Data, D. P. Madio, H. M. Gach, and I. J. Lowe, Proceedings, Society of Magnetic Resonance Fourth Scientific Meeting, 1528, 1996.
  • Imaging Turbulent Jets in a Stenotic Phantom with RUFIS, D. P. Madio and I. J. Lowe, Proceedings, Society of Magnetic Resonance Third Meeting, 420, 1995.
  • Ultra-Fast Imaging Using Low Flip Angles and FIDs, David P. Madio and Irving J. Lowe, Proceedings, Thirty-Sixth Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference, 294, 1995.
  • Ultra-Fast Imaging Using Low Flip-Angles and FIDs, D. P. Madio and I. J. Lowe, Proceedings, Society of Magnetic Resonance Second Meeting, 471, 1994.
  • Ultra-Fast Imaging of Flowing and Moving Systems with DUFIS, D. P. Madio, R. E. Wysong, and I. J. Lowe, Proceedings, Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Twelfth Annual Meeting, 647, 1993.
  • A Novel Eddy Current Compensation Scheme for Pulsed Gradient Systems, R. E. Wysong, D. P. Madio, and I. J. Lowe, Abstracts, Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Eleventh Annual Meeting, 4028, 1992.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Physical Society
  • Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts