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Cover of the Spring 2009 issue


VOL. 35, NO. 3





Engineers elected society fellows

Within the past few months, several College of Engineering faculty were named fellows of societies in their fields:

Teresa M. Adams

The American Society of Civil Engineers chose Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Teresa Adams for election to fellow. Adams’ research interests include infrastructure asset management, geographic information systems in transportation, location referencing systems, spatial/temporal data modeling for transportation, and bridge management.

James A. Dumesic

Steenbock Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering James Dumesic was among four UW-Madison scholars elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 2009 class of fellows. A member of the National Academy of Engineering, Dumesic is renowned for research in kinetics and catalysis, surface and solid-state chemistry.

Max G. Lagally

Erwin W. Mueller Professor and Bascom Professor of Surface Science Max Lagally was elected fellow of the Materials Research Society. Lagally has conducted groundbreaking research in both new and established areas of surface science.

Robert G. Radwin

Biomedical Engineering Professor and Chair Robert Radwin (also industrial and systems engineering and orthopedics and rehabilitation) was elected fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association. Radwin was recognized for his research in occupational biomechanics and ergonomics on musculoskeletal disorders in the workplace.

Douglas T. Reindl, Ph.D., P.E.

Engineering Professional Development (EPD) and Mechanical Engineering Professor Douglas Reindl was elected fellow of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers. Reindl has contributed to industrial refrigeration education through a series of professional practice courses he offers through EPD that focus on industrial ammonia refrigeration systems.

Stephen M. Robinson

Industrial and Systems Engineering Professor Emeritus Stephen Robinson was elected fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. A member of the National Academy of Engineering, Robinson is a pioneer of decision science and stochastic optimization.

Leslie M. Smith

Engineering Physics and Mathematics Professor Leslie Smith was named fellow of the American Physical Society. The honor recognizes her important contributions to the understanding of turbulence in engineering and geophysical flows through theory and numerical simulations.

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