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Thesis: FMEA Analysis for automotive transmission subassembly PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University 2...

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Thesis: FMEA Analysis for automotive transmission subassembly PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University 2017 – present Terman Faculty Fellow, Stanford University School of Engineering 2017 – present Assist

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Technology 1966-1968 Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Colorado 1968-1969 Associate Professor, Department of Physics and Astrophysics and Department of Chemistry, University of Colorado 1969-1977 Professor, De