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Chemical engineer

George Robert Killat, American chemical engineer. Achievements include 10 patents. Recipient award for technical excellence Michigan Consultant, 1997. With United States Army, 1966-1969. Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

Background

Killat, George Robert was born on December 9, 1945 in North Bergen, New Jersey, United States. Son of Henry W. Killat and Lillian B. Kirchoff.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1972.

Career

Research engineer central research department Dow Chemical Company United States of America, Midland, Michigan, 1972-1978, senior research engineer on polyacrylamides, 1978-1980, project leader for olyamines, 1980-1985, research leader for separations, 1986-1990, technical manager for soils and separations, 1990-1996, senior resource leader for global process separations, since 1996. Member pre-college programs advisory board New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, 1983-1987, member advisory committee chemical engineering department, since 1990. Presenter annual meetings and conferences in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include 10 patents.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor to Encyclopedia Polymer Science and Engineering, second edition, 1985. Contributor articles to science journals, including Hydrocarbon Processing, Chemical Engineering Progress.

Membership

With United States Army, 1966-1969. Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

Connections

Married Linda L. Stebbins, November 27, 1976. Children: Dianna Killat Carroll, Lisa Killat Haas.

father:
Henry W. Killat

mother:
Lillian B. Kirchoff

spouse:
Linda L. Stebbins

children:
Dianna Killat Carroll Killat

Lisa Killat Haas Killat