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educator , mechanical engineer

Andrew Szeri, American mechanical engineer, educator. Achievements include research in convective/diffusive transport and nonlinear dynamics, including biomedical applications. Recipient young investigator award Office of Naval Research, 1993-1997; Alexander von Humboldt Foundation fellow, 2000-2001. Member American Physical Society (Division Fluid Dynamics), Acoustical Society of America (Fellow), Society Industrial & Applied Mathematics.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Pittsburgh, 1984. Master of Science, Cornell University, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, 1988.

Career

National Science Foundation graduate fellow Cornell University, 1984-1988. Research fellow California Institute of Technology, 1988-1989. Lecturer, postdoctoral researcher U.C. Santa Barbara, 1990-1991. Assistant and associate professor mechanical engineering, U.C. Irvine, 1991-1996. Associate professor and professor, mechanical engineering, UC Berkeley, 1997-present. Associate dean Grad Division, UC Berkeley, 2005-7. Dean of Graduate Division, UC Berkeley, 2007-14. Vice Provost Strategic Academic and Facilities Planning, UC Berkeley, 2014-16.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in transport phenomena and nonlinear dynamics, including biomedical and environmental applications.

Membership

Member American Physical Society (Division Fluid Dynamics), Acoustical Society of America (Fellow), Society Industrial & Applied Mathematics.