Student, Eau Clare (Wisconsin) State University, 1951-1953; Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin, 1956; student, Oak Ridge (Tennessee) School of Reactor Technology, 1957; Master in Mech. Engineering, Stanford University, 1959; Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering, University Tennessee, 1962.
Nuclear engineer Union Carbide Nuclear Company, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1956-1959. Head tennis coach University Tennessee, 1961. Professor chemical engineering, head tennis coach Clemson University, South Carolina, 1962-1973.
Head chemical engineering, head tennis coach Tulane University, New Orleans, 1973-1977. Head tennis professional Timberlane Country Club, Gretna, 1973-1976. Vice president academy affairs, assistant tennis coach Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, Indiana, 1977-1981.
Head biomedical engineering, director rehabilitation engineering center Louisiana Technology University, Ruston, 1981-1984. Dean school of engineering, professor engineering science California Poly University, San Luis Obispo, 1984-1991. Program director biochemistry and biomass engineering National Science Foundation, Washington, 1987-1990, section head bioengineering and environmental systems, 1989-1990.
President Synthesizer, Inc., since 1988. Dean engineering University Maryland, Baltimore County, 1991-1994, director bioengineering, research professor, 1994—2005, professor emeritus, since 2005. Visiting professor Princeton University, New Jersey, 1970, University Yamagata, Japan, University Hokkido, 1975, University Minnesota, 1997.
Adjunct professor department chemical engineering University Louisville, 2002-2008. Consultant Westvaco, Charleston, South Carolina, 1964-1967, DuPont, Ponchartrain, Louisiana, 1974-1979, American Enka Corporation, 1970-1971, Milliken and Company, 1978-1979, Exxon, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1978-1979, El Paso Products Company, 1980-1982, Electronics Associates, Inc., Long Branch, New Jersey, 1984-1988, CRAY Research, 1986, European Democrat Students, 1995. Varsity football and tennis University Wisconsin, Eau Claire, football advisory council, since 2003.
Semi professional football Chippewa Marines, 1952-1953. Co-program director National Heat Transfer Conference, Baltimore, 1997, chairman conference coordinator committee, 1998, 99.
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Consultant American Red Cross. Narrator five part television series on biomedical engineering, 1982, television biomedical Engineering Station WEAU, Eau Clare, Wisconsin, 1982. Keynote speaker First Cray Acd., Research Louisville, 2001.
Recorded for Wisconsin Public television Network Biotechnology/Bioengring. Head tennis professional Montebello Tennis Club, 1989-1990. Referee Sunshine Cup International Junior Tennis Tournament, Miami, 1966-1969.
Administrative board Methodist Church, since 2010. Fellow American Institute of Chemical Engineers (chairman heat transfer energy conversion division, chairman national heat transfer coordinator committee 1998, director annual biodownstream processing symposium 2003-2008, chairman committee Donald Q. Kern award 1997, chairman committee Max Jakob Memorial award 1997, distinguished speaker), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (executive board, bioprocess engineering program, chairman bioprocess engineering subdivision, chairman national heat transfer coordinator committee 1998, director annual biodownstream processing symposium 2003-2007, distinguished speaker), American Institute Medical and Biological Engineering (founding fellow academy council), biomedical Engineering Society (honorary, emeritus fellow). Member International Society Oxygen Transport Tissue (co-founder 1973, president 1983, executive committee, founder, chairman committee Melvin H. Knisely award since 1983, keynote speaker 25th anniversary Milwaukee, 1997, 26th annual meeting, Budapest, Hungary 1998, keynote speaker Bari, Italy 2004, editor-in-chief Springer/Plenum, Oxygen Transport to Tissue, Advances and Experimental Medicine and Biology since 1999, named Duane F. Bruley award in his honor, C. William Hall award 2007, Medical Advancement Bruley D.F. 2009), New York Academy of Sciences, California Society Professional Engineers (honorary), Society Automotive Engineers (Ralph R. Teetor Educational award 1986), National Society Professional Engineers, American Society Engineering Education (First Place Research award 1967, biomedical Instrumentation and Technology Outstanding Research Paper award 1966, 97), Louisiana Engineering Society (Charles M. Kerr Public Relations award 1983), United States Professional Tennis Association (Distinguished Service award), United States Tennis Association (honorary life), Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi.
Married Suzanne Bigler, June 14, 1959. Children: Scott, Randall, Mark.