Patents by Inventor Jason J. Parks

Jason J. Parks has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20210052439
    Abstract: One example pant-like garment may comprise a front panel comprising a front garment-side layer, a front body-side layer, and one or more front chassis elastic members disposed between the front garment-side layer and the front body-side layer, and a rear panel comprising a rear garment-side layer, a rear body-side layer, one or more rear chassis elastic members disposed between the rear garment-side layer and the rear body-side layer, and one or more rear panel leg elastic members directly overlapping the one or more rear chassis elastic members in a vertical direction perpendicular to longitudinal and lateral directions. The garment may further comprise an absorbent assembly disposed between the front panel and the rear panel.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 31, 2018
    Publication date: February 25, 2021
    Inventors: Eric S. Krueger, Jason K. Sieck, Kenneth J. Wagner, Donald J. Osentoski, Jason G. Csida, Bradley W. Schoon, Ronald A. Hilt, Chadwick I. Romzek, Justin M. Mueller, Sohyun S. Park
  • Publication number: 20210045938
    Abstract: Pant-like absorbent articles having improved chassis structures are disclosed. One pant-like garment comprises a front panel comprising a front garment-side layer, a front body side layer, and front elastic members therebetween, and a rear panel comprising a rear garment-side layer, a rear bodyside layer, and rear elastic members between the rear garment-side layer and the rear bodyside layer, a portion of the rear elastic members proximate a rear waist end edge are being uncovered by one of the rear garment-side layer and the rear bodyside layer. The garment may further comprise a rear secondary elastic member disposed overlapping the uncovered portion of the rear elastic members, and wherein one of the rear garment-side layer and the rear bodyside layer is folded over the rear panel secondary elastic member and overlaps the other one of the rear garment-side layer and the rear bodyside layer.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 31, 2018
    Publication date: February 18, 2021
    Inventors: Kenneth J. Wagner, Jason K. Sieck, Eric S. Krueger, Donald J. Osentoski, Jason G. Csida, Bradley W. Schoon, Ronald A. Hilt, Chadwick I. Romzek, Justin M. Mueller, Sohyun S. Park
  • Publication number: 20200208747
    Abstract: A fluid transfer system includes a valve tree, the valve tree having a master valve having a flow axis and a header. The fluid transfer system further includes a coupler disposed between, connected to, and in fluid communication with, the valve tree and the header. The coupler has a fixed length and includes a coupler multi-path flow connector in fluid communication with the valve tree. The coupler also includes a flow control valve having a flow axis, the flow control valve directly coupled to the coupler multi-path flow connector and in fluid communication with the header.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 11, 2019
    Publication date: July 2, 2020
    Inventors: Chad BABINEAUX, Scott BENDER, Steven BENDER, Jerod BUSHMAN, Jason CADE, Brenton J. GRESKA, Glenn C. PARKS, JR.
  • Patent number: 10615169
    Abstract: Methods and apparatuses for selectively depositing silicon nitride (SiN) via high-density plasma chemical vapor deposition (HDP CVD) to form a SiN pad on an exposed flat surface of a nitride layer in a 3D NAND staircase structure with alternating oxide and nitride layers are provided. In some embodiments, selective etching is performed to remove undesirable buildup of SiN on sidewalls of the oxide layers of the staircase structure. Nitride layers of the staircase structure are replaced with tungsten (W) to form tungsten wordlines, while the SiN pads are replaced with tungsten to from landing pads, which prevent punchthrough of the tungsten wordlines on the staircase structure by interconnects extending thereto.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 1, 2018
    Date of Patent: April 7, 2020
    Assignee: Lam Research Corporation
    Inventors: Bart J. van Schravendijk, Awnish Gupta, Patrick A. van Cleemput, Jason Daejin Park
  • Publication number: 20200024491
    Abstract: Computing devices may require disassembly to repair or replace a defective or damaged component, or to facilitate recycling at the end of the computing device's service life. While pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) is good at creating secure connections between components within the expected operating conditions of the computing device, PSA resists intentional disassembly of such components. The presently disclosed PSA with thermally conductive release tabs provides a mechanism for effective spot-cooling of the PSA between adhered components. Once the PSA reaches a low temperature threshold, one component may be mechanically separated from another component. This yields potentially faster and easier disassembly of adhered components than prior art techniques.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 23, 2018
    Publication date: January 23, 2020
    Inventors: Gregory YODER, Randall J. PARK, Jason F. LEE
  • Publication number: 20190204742
    Abstract: Methods of forming an electronic device, comprise: (a) providing a semiconductor substrate comprising one or more layers to be patterned; (b) forming a photoresist layer over the one or more layers to be patterned, wherein the photoresist layer is formed from a composition that comprises: a matrix polymer comprising a unit having an acid labile group; a photoacid generator; and an organic solvent; (c) coating a photoresist overcoat composition over the photoresist layer, wherein the overcoat composition comprises: a matrix polymer; an additive polymer; a basic quencher; and an organic solvent; wherein the additive polymer has a lower surface energy than a surface energy of the matrix polymer, and wherein the additive polymer is present in the overcoat composition in an amount of from 1 to 20 wt % based on total solids of the overcoat composition; (d) exposing the photoresist layer to activating radiation; (e) heating the substrate in a post-exposure bake process; and (f) developing the exposed film with an or
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 19, 2018
    Publication date: July 4, 2019
    Inventors: Choong-Bong Lee, Stefan J. Caporale, Jason A. DeSISTO, Jong Keun Park, Cong Liu, Cheng-Bai Xu, Cecily Andes
  • Publication number: 20190181004
    Abstract: Provided herein are methods of filling gaps using high density plasma chemical vapor deposition (HDP CVD). According to various implementations, carbon-containing films such as amorphous carbon and amorphous carbide films are deposited by HDP CVD into gaps on substrates to fill the gaps. The methods may involve using high hydrogen-content process gasses during HDP CVD deposition to provide bottom-up fill. Also provided are related apparatus.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 16, 2018
    Publication date: June 13, 2019
    Inventors: Wei Tang, Jason Daejin Park, Bart J. van Schravendijk, Shu Tsai Wang, Kaihan Abidi Ashtiani
  • Patent number: 10311983
    Abstract: A control assembly for a nuclear reactor having a pump includes a duct having an inner volume and defining a coolant flow path, a plug fixed to the duct, a rod disposed within the inner volume and having a rod end that is configured to engage a neutron modifying material, a first piston disposed within the inner volume, slidably coupled to the duct, and coupled to the rod, and a biasing member coupled to the rod and the first piston. The biasing member is positioned to apply a biasing force that repositions the first piston, the rod, and the neutron modifying material in response to a loss of pump flow without scram condition.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 31, 2015
    Date of Patent: June 4, 2019
    Assignee: TerraPower, LLC
    Inventors: Jesse R. Cheatham, III, Robert A. Corbin, Pavel Hejzlar, Christopher J. Johns, Jon D. McWhirter, Jason Brian Meng, P. Harley Park, Robert C. Petroski
  • Patent number: 8432269
    Abstract: Systems and methods are provided for disabling a vehicle. An exemplary system includes, but is not limited to an antenna that is adapted to be attached to the vehicle. The antenna is configured to transmit and receive communication transmissions. A telematics unit is communicatively connected to the antenna. The telematics unit is adapted for attachment to the vehicle and is configured to communicatively connect to a necessary sub-system of the vehicle, to receive telecommunications from a user through the antenna, and to disable the necessary sub-system in response to receiving an instruction from the user to disable the vehicle.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 10, 2009
    Date of Patent: April 30, 2013
    Assignee: General Motors LLC
    Inventors: Jeffrey P. Christensen, Michael D. Solomon, Carl J. Hering, Ryan M. Edwards, Jason J. Parks, Travis L. Bradburn, Laura R. Chmielewski
  • Patent number: 8392112
    Abstract: A method and system for dynamic determination of optimal route delivery receives a point of interest location, a current vehicle location, and a date of first set of route directions from a telematics unit over a wireless network by a software application running on a navigation server. The application accesses the first set of route directions and a second set of route directions from a database located on a telematics service provider premises. Both the first and second set of route directions are between the current vehicle location and the point of interest. If there is a traffic obstacle along a route between the current vehicle location and the point of interest location and the traffic obstacle was implemented after the first set of directions, a live advisor sends a notification to a user and provides the user with an alternate method of delivering route directions over the wireless network.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 29, 2008
    Date of Patent: March 5, 2013
    Assignee: General Motors LLC.
    Inventors: Travis L. Bradburn, Jason J. Parks
  • Publication number: 20120264395
    Abstract: Various examples of a methods and systems are disclosed herein for routing calls at a call center based on spoken languages. In one example, a method includes, but is not limited to, receiving, by a call center, information indicating a request for assistance from a driver of a vehicle and information indicating one or more languages spoken by the driver. The call center automatically identifies an available advisor who speaks at least one language spoken by the driver. The call center automatically directs the request for assistance to the available advisor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 12, 2009
    Publication date: October 18, 2012
    Applicant: GENERAL MOTORS LLC
    Inventors: Travis L. Bradburn, Eric J. Walper, Chester A. Huber, Scott A. Kubicki, David Rymas, Jason J. Parks
  • Patent number: 8131255
    Abstract: A system for facilitating the use of a single telecommunication device by multiple users is disclosed herein. The system includes, but is not limited to, a telecommunication component that is adapted for attachment to a vehicle and that is configured to utilize a telecommunication network that is configured to allot a predetermined amount of usage time units to the telecommunication component. The system also includes an electronic processing device that is associated with the telecommunication component. The electronic processing device is configured to allocate a portion of the usage time units to each user of a plurality of users of the telecommunication component.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 29, 2009
    Date of Patent: March 6, 2012
    Assignee: General Motors LLC
    Inventors: Travis L. Bradburn, Jason J. Parks
  • Publication number: 20110140871
    Abstract: Systems and methods are provided for disabling a vehicle. An exemplary system includes, but is not limited to an antenna that is adapted to be attached to the vehicle. The antenna is configured to transmit and receive communication transmissions. A telematics unit is communicatively connected to the antenna. The telematics unit is adapted for attachment to the vehicle and is configured to communicatively connect to a necessary sub-system of the vehicle, to receive telecommunications from a user through the antenna, and to disable the necessary sub-system in response to receiving an instruction from the user to disable the vehicle.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 10, 2009
    Publication date: June 16, 2011
    Applicant: GENERAL MOTORS LLC
    Inventors: JEFFREY P. CHRISTENSEN, MICHAEL D. SOLOMON, CARL J. HERING, RYAN M. EDWARDS, JASON J. PARKS, TRAVIS L. BRADBURN, LAURA R. CHMIELEWSKI
  • Publication number: 20110028123
    Abstract: A system for facilitating the use of a single telecommunication device by multiple users is disclosed herein. The system includes, but is not limited to, a telecommunication component that is adapted for attachment to a vehicle and that is configured to utilize a telecommunication network that is configured to allot a predetermined amount of usage time units to the telecommunication component. The system also includes an electronic processing device that is associated with the telecommunication component. The electronic processing device is configured to allocate a portion of the usage time units to each user of a plurality of users of the telecommunication component.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 29, 2009
    Publication date: February 3, 2011
    Applicant: GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
    Inventors: Travis L. Bradburn, Jason J. Parks
  • Publication number: 20100057341
    Abstract: A method and system for dynamic determination of optimal route delivery receives a point of interest location, a current vehicle location, and a date of first set of route directions from a telematics unit over a wireless network by a software application running on a navigation server. The application accesses the first set of route directions and a second set of route directions from a database located on a telematics service provider premises. Both the first and second set of route directions are between the current vehicle location and the point of interest. If there is a traffic obstacle along a route between the current vehicle location and the point of interest location and the traffic obstacle was implemented after the first set of directions, a live advisor sends a notification to a user and provides the user with an alternate method of delivering route directions over the wireless network.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 29, 2008
    Publication date: March 4, 2010
    Applicant: General Motors Corporation
    Inventors: Travis L. Bradburn, Jason J. Parks