Jill Wallin, P.E. is an Ultrapure Water Engineer for Evoqua Water Technologies. In this role, she is responsible for process development, optimization, troubleshooting and technical support of high purity water systems within the semiconductor markets supported by Evoqua.
Ms. Wallin has over 30 years of facilities and project engineering experience, having worked at Hewlett-Packard (Corvallis, OR site), Intel (Ronler Acres site) and WaferTech (Camas, WA).
Ms. Wallin holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Oregon State University and an M.S. from The Institute of Paper Science and Technology (now integrated into Georgia Institute of Technology as the Renewable Bioproducts Institute). Ms. Wallin is a licensed chemical engineer in the State of Oregon. She is located at the Evoqua office in Vancouver, Washington. She is the author of of “A Case Study of a Hot DI Water Expansion”, presented at Ultrapure Water Austin 2006, along with co-presenting with Glen Sundstrom at the 2018 and 2019 UPM Learning Series on ultrapure water unit operations.