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Timothy O Niu

from Burlington, MA
Age ~49

Timothy Niu Phones & Addresses

  • 39 Locust St, Burlington, MA 01803
  • Sunnyvale, CA
  • 7 Bates Rd, Arlington, MA 02474 (781) 777-1164
  • 7 Bates Rd, Arlington, MA 02474 (781) 777-1164
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Anaheim, CA
  • Auburndale, MA
  • Los Angeles, CA

Work

Company: Celeros, inc - Foxborough, MA 2007 Position: Sr. manufacturing operations manager / sr. project manager

Education

School / High School: BABSON COLLEGE, F.W. OLIN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 2004 Specialities: MBA in Management and Entrepreneurship

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Timothy Niu Burlington, MA

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Work:
Celeros, Inc
Foxborough, MA
2007 to 2011
SR. MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS MANAGER / SR. PROJECT MANAGER

Comsol, Inc
Burlington, MA
2001 to 2006
PRODUCT / MARKETING MANAGER

Carr Engineering Associates, Inc
Wrentham, MA
1999 to 2001
PROJECT MANAGER

Carr Separations, Inc
Franklin, MA
1998 to 1999
MECHANICAL ENGINEER

Living Stream Ministries

1993 to 1998
DIRECTOR / INSTRUCTOR

Education:
BABSON COLLEGE, F.W. OLIN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
2004 to 2007
MBA in Management and Entrepreneurship

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Los Angeles, CA
1988 to 1993
BS in Mechanical Engineering

Publications

Us Patents

Rolling Walker With Load Ensuring Mechanism

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US Patent:
2001004, Dec 6, 2001
Filed:
Dec 22, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/747806
Inventors:
Timothy Niu - Newton MA,
Douglas Parsell - Ridgeland MS,
International Classification:
A61H003/04
US Classification:
280/087021, 482/068000
Abstract:
The rolling walker with load assuring feedback disclosed herein provides unique features to benefit the recovery of convalescing patients with lower extremity or hip injury. Ensuring that the prescribed reduction in weight-bearing is occurring during walker ambulation is the goal of the walker disclosed herein. The walker is based on a rear-entry, four-wheeled design. The walker handles are loaded during usage to relieve stress from the injured body part. To give direct feedback to the user as to the adequateness of the applied handle loading, spring-loaded pistons allow the handles to reach a stable horizontal position only when adequate handle loading is produced. The load that is required to depress the handles to a horizontal position can be easily calibrated to match the prescribed weight removal through adjustment of the vertical position of the spring base. The various spring base positions that correlate with given required handle compression loads are marked on the piston housing for clinician convenience. An additional feature of the walker is a handle/cable/brake system whereby sufficient handle loading correlates with unbraking of the walker wheels. This feature both prevents the walker from unwanted rolling when the patient is not yet properly positioned within the walker and prevents walker movement during insufficient handle loading.
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