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Chi Chia-fen

Chia-fen Christine Chi is a Taiwanese industrial engineer. Chi Chia-fen earned her bachelors of science degree from the Tunghai University Department of Industrial Engineering. She completed masters and doctoral studies at the State University of ...

                                               

Derman Christopherson

Sir Derman Guy Christopherson was a British engineering science academic. He was born the son of a clergyman, Derman Christopherson the vicar of Plumstead in southeast London, and Edith Frances Christopherson. Soon afterwards, the Christopherson ...

                                               

Roland Clift

Clift was born 19 November 1942 and studied Chemical Engineering at Cambridge Trinity College, achieving first class honours in 1964. He received a PhD from McGill University in 1970 for work on particle-fluid interactions, and this was his main ...

                                               

Michael Constantinou

Michael C. Constantinou is an American structural engineer who is currently a Samuel P. Capen Professor and SUNY Distinguished Professor in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering at the University at Buffalo, State Univ ...

                                               

John Coulson

John Metcalfe Coulson was a British chemical engineering academic particularly known for co-writing a textbook on chemical engineering with Jack Richardson, which became an established series of texts now known as Coulson & Richardsons Chemical E ...

                                               

Peter Danckwerts

Peter Victor Danckwerts, was a chemical engineer who pioneered the concept of the residence time distribution. In 1940, during the Second World War, he was awarded the George Cross for his work in defusing Parachute mines. He later became Shell P ...

                                               

Richard Darton

Richard Charles Darton, was Head of the Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford from 2004 to 2009. For 2008-2009 he was President of the Institution of Chemical Engineers. From 1 January 2010 till 31 December 2014 he was President ...

                                               

John Davidson (chemical engineer)

John Frank Davidson FRS FREng FIChemE was a British chemical engineer and former Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge. He is regarded as the founding father of the Fluidization in Chemical Engineering.

                                               

Ahmed Cemal Eringen

Ahmet Cemal Eringen was a Turkish- American engineering scientist. He was a professor at Princeton University and the founder of the Society of Engineering Science. The Eringen Medal is named in his honor.

                                               

Alper Erturk

Erturk leads the Smart Structures and Dynamical Systems Laboratory at Georgia Tech. His publications are mostly in the areas of dynamics and vibration of smart structures and energy harvesting. Erturk made fundamental contributions in the field o ...

                                               

Ian Fells

Ian Fells is Emeritus Professor of Energy Conversion at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, and former chairman of the "New and Renewable Energy Centre" at Blyth, Northumberland, England.

                                               

Gerhard Fettweis

Gerhard Paul Fettweis is a German-American Electrical Engineer and Professor for Telco-Engineering. Gerhards father Alfred Fettweis invented the Wave Digital Filter. With a scholarship from the prestigious Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes Ger ...

                                               

Jacob Fish

Jacob Fish is a researcher and professor in computational mechanics. He was the Rosalind and John J. Redfern, Jr. Chaired Professor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and director of RPIs Multiscale Sci ...

                                               

Suleiman Fortia

Suleiman Al-Fortia is a member of the Libyan National Transitional Council representing the city of Misrata. Fortia received his undergraduate degree from the University of Tripoli and a Doctor of Engineering in architecture from a British univer ...

                                               

Terence Fox

Terence Robert Corelli Fox, often called T.R.C. Fox, was a notable British chemical engineer. He was a member of the Atomic Energy Council and the first Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge. Fox was born on 2 May ...

                                               

Frederick Charles Frank

Sir Frederick Charles Frank, OBE, FRS, known as Sir Charles Frank, was a British theoretical physicist. He is best known for his work on crystal dislocations, including the idea of the Frank–Read source of dislocations. He also proposed the cyclo ...

                                               

Gilbert Froment

Gilbert F. Froment is professor emeritus of chemical engineering at the University of Gent, Belgium, and research professor of Texas A&M University. Froments career and influence bridges the gap between academic kinetic and chemical reaction ...

                                               

Emmanuel Gonzalez

Emmanuel A. Gonzalez, Ph.D. is a Filipino educator and engineer. He became the Existing Installation Business Director at Jardine Schindler Elevator Corporation in 2015, a joint venture between Jardine Matheson and Schindler Group, until he moved ...

                                               

Alain Gringarten

Alain Gringarten is a French scientist, professor, and former Director of the Center for Petroleum Studies at Imperial College, London, UK.

                                               

Herbert Haslegrave

Herbert Leslie Haslegrave was a British engineering academic who developed Loughborough Technical College into Loughborough University of Technology, and was its first Vice-Chancellor.

                                               

Kenneth Holmberg

Kenneth Gosta Holmberg is a Finnish engineering researcher and professor. He defended his doctorate in technology in 1984 and has worked as a researcher at the Helsinki University of Technology and a research professor at VTT. He has provided sev ...

                                               

Tim Ibell

Ibell grew up in Constantia, Cape Town, South Africa attended Western Province Prep school and the Diocesan College. He read Civil engineering at the University of Cape Town and graduated in 1988. He moved to the UK and took a PhD from the Univer ...

                                               

Jiang Haokang

Jiang Haokang was a Chinese aerospace engineer and a professor at Beihang University. An expert on aeroengine testing and flow measurement technology, he won the State Science and Technology Progress Award in 1993.

                                               

Michael Ernest Kassner

Michael Ernest Kassner is an American materials science engineer who serves as the Choong Hoon Cho Chair and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Southern California ...

                                               

Frank Lees

Francis Pearson Lees, usually known as Frank Lees, was a chemical engineer and a Professor at Loughborough University who is noted for his contribution to the field of industrial safety.

                                               

Ulf Leonhardt

Ulf Leonhardt, FRSE is a German and British scientist. In 2006, he published the first scientific paper on invisibility cloaking with metamaterials at the same time Pendrys group published their paper in the journal Science. He has been involved ...

                                               

Edwin N. Lightfoot

Edwin Niblock Lightfoot Jr. was an American chemical engineer and Hilldale Professor Emeritus in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is known for his research in transport phenomena, in ...

                                               

Ashok Malhotra (professor)

Ashok Malhotra is the son of Colonel A. P. Malhotra Nand Rani Malhotra Nando. He is the brother of Lt. General Anoop Malhotra. He graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology at Delhi in 1971 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, and rece ...

                                               

Allan Matthews

Allan Matthews FREng FIMMM FIMechE FIET FIMF is Professor of Surface Engineering and Tribology at The University of Manchester and Director of the BP International Centre for Advanced Materials.

                                               

Frank Morton (chemical engineer)

Frank Morton MScTech, PhD, AMCT, DSc, FRIC, was a noted professor of chemical engineering, instrumental in the creation of UMIST and commemorated by Frank Morton Sports Day and a medal named after him.

                                               

John W. Mullin

Professor John William Mullin was a British academic and world expert in crystallization. He was born in Cheshire on 22 August 1925, served with the RAF from 1945–48, then studied at the University of Wales, gaining a first class degree in chemis ...

                                               

Dudley Maurice Newitt

Dudley Maurice Newitt FRS was a British chemical engineer who was awarded the Rumford Medal in 1962 In recognition of his distinguished contributions to chemical engineering. Newitt was born in London and started working as an assistant chemist f ...

                                               

Lars Nielsen (engineer)

Lars Nielsen is a Swedish engineer. Nielsen pursued graduate study at Lund University, where he completed a masters degree in engineering physics in 1979, followed by a doctorate in automatic control six years later. He has taught at Linkoping Un ...

                                               

Jeff Offutt

Jeff Offutt is a professor of Software Engineering at George Mason University. His primary interests are software testing and analysis, web software engineering, and software evolution and change-impact analysis. He is the author of Introduction ...

                                               

Johann Joseph von Prechtl

Johann Joseph von Prechtl Lower Franconia – 28 October 1854, Wieden No. 54) was a German-born Austrian technologist and educator. He is regarded as a pioneer of technical education in Austria. From 1796 he studied philosophy, theology and legal s ...

                                               

Ali Progri

Ali Progri was an Albanian engineer. He was a participant in World War II and afterwards was graduated in Kiev, Ukraine. He had a remarkable career and held various high-ranking positions during his lifetime. Ali Progri was awarded the distinguis ...

                                               

Jan M. Rabaey

Jan M. Rabaey is the Donald O. Pederson Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of California Berkeley.

                                               

W. Harmon Ray

Willis Harmon Ray is an American chemical engineer, control theorist, applied mathematician, and a Vilas Research emeritus professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison notable for being the 2000 winner of the prestigious Richard E. Bellman Co ...

                                               

E. Peter Raynes

Edward Peter Raynes FInstP, FRS 4 July 1945) is Professor of Optoelectronic Engineering at the University of Oxford. He was, and continues to be, an early developer and advocate of liquid crystal displays. Raynes obtained his PhD from the Univers ...

                                               

Karl Reid

Karl Reid is the emeritus dean of the College of Engineering, Architecture & Technology, Oklahoma State University–Stillwater and Oklahoma State University–Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, since 1986. On October 25, 2010, he announced his retireme ...

                                               

Karl Reinisch

Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at de:Karl_Reinisch; see its history for attribution. Karl Reinisch was a German electrical engineer and professor for control engineering in Ilmenau. Under his lead, a ...

                                               

Elfyn Richards

Professor Elfyn John Richards was a Welsh aeronautical engineer and acoustical engineer, the first professor of either of these subjects at Southampton University, where he founded the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, and was the second ...

                                               

Jack Richardson (chemical engineer)

John Francis "Jack" Richardson OBE was a UK chemical engineering academic, notable for his research into multiphase flow and rheology, but best known for a series of textbooks.

                                               

Michael Roth (cyberneticist)

Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at de:Michael Roth ; see its history for attribution. Michael Roth 18 June 1936 – 23 July 2019 was a German engineer and professor of automation, specializing in microp ...

                                               

Owen Saunders

Sir Owen Alfred Saunders, FREng, FRS was an English applied mathematician, engineering science academic, and university administrator.

                                               

Fotis Sotiropoulos

Fotis Sotiropoulos is a Greek-born American engineering professor and researcher known for his contributions in computational fluid dynamics for river hydrodynamics, renewable energy, biomedical and biological applications. He currently serves as ...

                                               

Richard V. Southwell

Sir Richard Vynne Southwell, FRS was a British mathematician who specialised in applied mechanics as an engineering science academic.

                                               

Mete Sozen

Mete Avni Sozen was Kettelhut Distinguished Professor of Structural Engineering at Purdue University, Indiana, United States from 1992 to 2018.

                                               

William E. Spicer

William Edward Spicer was an American engineering academic. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on September 7, 1929, Spicer enrolled at the College of William and Mary, earning his first bachelors degree in physics in 1949, followed by an equivalent ...

                                               

Michael Strano

Michael Steven Strano is an American chemical engineer and the Carbon P. Dubbs Professor of Chemical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is particularly interested in quantum-confined materials. Strano was appointed editor-in ...