Indium Corporation Announces Updates to its Technical Service Team


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Indium Corporation® is pleased to announce several updates and additions to its technical service team. Adam Murling has been promoted to Technical Services Manager – USA and Sam Lytwynec has been promoted to the role of Technical Support Engineer II. Carson Burt and Joshua Dobransky have both assumed roles as technical support engineers. 

In his new role, Murling leads the Americas Technical Service team. This includes hiring, training, coaching, and managing the team to realize its full potential. He also supervises the team’s project work to ensure exceptional technical excellence is delivered to Indium Corporation’s current and prospective customers.

Murling joined Indium Corporation in 2014 as a Technical Support Engineer. During his time with the company, he has authored multiple tech papers and published several blog posts. He was a recipient of the 2018 Silver Quill Honorable Mention Award and the 2020 Silver Quill Best Paper Award. He was also the moderator for Indium Corporation’s inaugural InSIDER Series webinar. Murling received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Clarkson University. He also completed Clarkson University’s Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) Program, a rigorous, two-and-a-half-year curriculum, while working full-time at Indium Corporation.

Lytwynec has been promoted to Technical Support Engineer II after serving as Technical Support Engineer since 2021. In his new role, he continues to provide leading-edge technical support to Indium Corporation’s customers and potential customers in the Northwest North America region. He is responsible for resolving complex solder process challenges and will have a more direct role in project-related activities.

Lytwynec joined Indium Corporation in 2019 as an R&D Research Associate. In this role, he assisted with lab processes and the development of improved approaches to procedure, chemistry, and experiment design, including work on Indium Corporation’s highly successful DurafuseTM alloy family. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering technology from the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute.

As technical support engineers, Burt and Dobransky both assume responsibility for providing customers technical assistance to resolve soldering process-related issues. This includes assisting customers with optimizing their use of Indium Corporation’s soldering materials, and providing product and process training.

Burt was introduced to Indium Corporation as the Analytical Lab college intern in 2015. He then spent four years as an analytical chemist before rejoining Indium Corporation as an analytical technician. In this role, he was responsible for the calibration and standardization of instruments, interpreting data, and training other technicians. He earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Clarkson University.

Dobransky served as the Engineered Solder Materials (ESM) college intern in 2021. In this role, he was responsible for assessing ESM and thermal interface materials for electric vehicle platforms and other new technology areas. He earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, graduating with cum laude honors.

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From left to right: Adam Murling, Technical Services Manager – USA; Sam Lytwynec, Technical Support Engineer II; Carson Burt, Technical Support Engineer; Josh Dobransky, Technical Support Engineer

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