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Chemical engineer

Andrzej Michal Anderko, Polish chemical engineer. Achievements include the development of theoretical models for high-temperature electrolyte systems, development equations of state for associated mixtures and development of OLI Systems' Corrosion Simulation Program. Recipient award for Best University Graduates In Poland, Ministry of National Education, Warsaw, 1987. Member AIChemE, American Chemical Society.

Background

Anderko, Andrzej Michal was born on September 29, 1964 in Warsaw, Poland. Came to the United States, 1990. Son of Jan and Lucyna Ludwika (Kanabus) Anderko.

Education

Master of Science in Engineering, Technology University Warsaw, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1989.

Career

Assistant professor Institute Physical Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1990. Research fellow Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory University California, Berkeley, 1990-1992. Senior engineer Simulation Sciences Inc., Brea, California, 1993-1995.

Senior engineer, vice president OLI Systems, Inc., Morris Plains, New Jersey, since 1995. Secretary organizing committee Summer School Experimental Thermodynamics, Zakopane, Poland, 1988.

Achievements

  • Achievements include the development of theoretical models for high-temperature electrolyte systems, development equations of state for associated mixtures and development of OLI Systems' Corrosion Simulation Program.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (book) Modeling Phase Equilibria: Thermodynamic Background and Practical Tools, 1992. Editor: Experimental Thermodynamics: Measurement and Correlation, 1990. Contributor articles to numerous professional journals.

Membership

Member AIChemE, American Chemical Society.

Connections

father:
Jan Anderko

mother:
Lucyna Ludwika (Kanabus) Anderko