While Jassonís research has led to many awards and recognition his most outstanding award was to receive the 2000 Scientists Organization Award of the Dow Chemical Company in recognition for outstanding contribution to the field of olefin polymerization catalysis by the invention of novel single site catalysts. In this work he designed, tested, and scaled-up catalysts for development and implementation in the production of specialty EPDM elastomers and synthetic rubbers with a combined market volume of 500 million pounds/year. This catalyst is still in commercial operation today.
Currently Jasson resides in Midland, MI with his wife, Carolina Lopez and his two children Daniella Patton (16) and Tara Patton (15).
For more information Jasson can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Content Updated: 2009