Six years as a research engineer in the petrochemical industry. Thirty-one years as a professor of chemical engineering at Virginia Tech. Author of the 1970s "Bugbook" series,some of which were translated into Italian, German, French, Spanish, and Japanese.
Laboratory education, especially step-by-step experiments.
1973 Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award (Dreyfus Foundation) Dupont Travel Prize (Caltech) 1978 Faculty Service Award (National University Extension Association) 1984 DELOS-Tektronix Award (AIChE)
B.S.ChE, Caltech, 1960 Ph.D. ChE, University of California, Berkeley, 1965
1970s: Sole author of Bugbook series on digital electronics and microprocessor interfacing/programming. Also, 1974 to 2002: 29 years experience in teaching laboratory courses at undergraduate and graduate levels plus short courses to professional engineers.
English Language Arts, Specialty, Math, Graphing, Other (Math), Science, Astronomy, Chemistry, Computer Science - Technology, Health, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Informatics, General Science, Writing, Robotics, Engineering