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nuclear engineer , researcher

Edward Eric Tiedemann, American nuclear engineer, researcher. Registered professor engineer Illinois. Donor University of Illinois Grants-In-Aid, Urbana, since 1984; with active power generation project Panama, since 1991; Member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Illinois Society Professional Engineers.

Background

Tiedemann, Edward Eric was born on February 9, 1954 in Belleville, Illinois, United States. Son of Charles Edwin and Delores Ruth (Davidson) Tiedemann.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois, 1976.

Career

Registered professor engineer, Illinois Construction engineer Illinois Power Company, Havana, 1976-1978, project management engineer, Clinton, 1978-1985, member technical staff Clinton Nuclear Station, 1986-1987, technical advisory operations, 1987-1989, probabilistic risk assessment study Clinton Nuclear Station, 1990. DonorU. of Illinois Grants-In-Aid, Urbana, 1984. Active power generation project with the Republic of Panama, 1991.

James scholar University of Illinois, 1972.Mem. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Illinois Society Professional Engineers.

Achievements

  • Registered professor engineer Illinois.

Membership

Donor University of Illinois Grants-In-Aid, Urbana, since 1984. With active power generation project Panama, since 1991. Member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Illinois Society Professional Engineers.

Connections

Married Mary Ann Edwards, April 24, 1977. Children: Brent Edward, Kevin Andrew.

father:
Charles Edwin Tiedemann

mother:
Delores Ruth (Davidson) Tiedemann

spouse:
Mary Ann Edwards

children:
Kevin Andrew Tiedemann

Brent Edward Tiedemann