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atmospheric scientist , research chemical engineer

Arthur Wesley Stelson, American research chemical engineer, atmospheric scientist. Achievements include being one of first engineers to apply classical thermodynamics to urban air pollution problems and modelling.

Background

Stelson, Arthur Wesley was born on May 12, 1955 in Pittsburgh. Son of Thomas Eugene and Constance Anne (Semon) Stelson.

Education

Bachelor Chemical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1975. Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, California Institute of Technology, 1982.

Career

Graduate research and teaching assistant California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, 1976-1981. Project engineer Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Florham Park, New Jersey, 1981-1984. Senior research scientist Atlanta University Center, Inc., 1985-1990.

Associate professor Clark Atlanta University, 1990-1991. Senior research scientist Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, since 1991. Member University Coal Research peer review committee United States Department Energy, Pittsburgh, since 1986.

Achievements

  • Achievements include being one of first engineers to apply classical thermodynamics to urban air pollution problems and modelling.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Environmental Science and Technology, Atmospheric Environmental, Journal Air Pollution Control Association, Energy and Fuels, chapter to book.

Membership

Member Republican National Committee, Washington, since 1985. Member administrative board Trinity United Methodist Church, Austell, Georgia, since 1987. Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, American Chemical Society, American Institute Chemists, Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon Sigma.

Connections

father:
Thomas Eugene Stelson

mother:
Constance Anne (Semon) Stelson