2014 NAE Annual Meeting

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  • Robert E. Schafrik
    General Manager, Materials and Process Engineering Department, (retired) GE Aviation

    Robert E. Schafrik recently retired as general manager of the Materials and Process Engineering Department at GE Aviation (formerly GE Aircraft Engines) in Cincinnati, a position he held since 1999. During his tenure he and his team reduced the development time for several new materials, including low rhenium turbine blade alloy, R65 (a ...

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  • Robert A. Brown
    Boston University

    Robert A. Brown, recipient of the 2014 Simon Ramo Founders Award, is being honored “for contributions to understanding of viscoelastic liquids and crystal growth, commitment to diversity in engineering, and leadership in transforming disciplines and institutions.”

    Robert A. Brown (NAE), a distinguished chemical engineer, is president ...

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  • Robert J. Graves
    Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College

    Robert J. Graves is John H. Krehbiel Sr. Professor of Emerging Technologies and director of the masters in engineering management program at Dartmouth College’s Thayer School of Engineering. He also holds an adjunct appointment in Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business Administration and is an emeritus research professor at Rensselaer ...

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  • Corale L. Brierley
    Vice President, National Academy of Engineering and Principal, Brierley Consultancy LLC

    Corale L. Brierley is principal and founder (in 1991) of Brierley Consultancy LLC, which provides technical and business consultation to the mining and chemical industries and government agencies. Previously, she worked as chief of environmental process development for Newmont Mining Corporation (1990–1991), general partner at VistaTech ...

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  • Wanda M. Austin
    President and Chief Executive Officer, The Aerospace Corporation

    Wanda M. Austin is president and chief executive officer of the Aerospace Corporation, a leading architect of the nation’s national security space programs, with nearly 4,000 employees and annual revenues of more than $850 million. She assumed this position on January 1, 2008.

    Dr. Austin is internationally recognized for her work in ...

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