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chemical engineer

James Edwin Bailey, American Chemical engineer. Recipient Amgen Bio-chemical Engineering award, 1993. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science; member National Academy of Engineering, AIChE (Allan T. Colburn award, 1979, Professional Progress award 1987, Food, Pharmaceutical and Bioengring. division award 1991), American Chemical Society (Marvin J. Johnson award 1990) Sigma Xi.

Background

Bailey, James Edwin was born on February 28, 1944 in Great Falls, Montana, United States.

Education

Bachelor, Rice University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, Rice University, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), University Brussels, 1988.

Career

Engineer, Shell Development Company, California, 1969-1971; from assistant professor to professor, U. Houston, 1971-1980; associate dean, U. Houston, 1976-1978; professor chemical engineering, California Institute Technology, Pasadena, California, 1980-1992; Chevron professor, California Institute Technology, Pasadena, 1989-1992; chemical engineer, Institute Biotechnology, Zurich, Switzerland, since 1992. Distinguished biotechnology lecturer U. Florida, 1988. Distinguished visiting lecturer U. Alberta, Canada, 1988.

Membership

Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member National Academy of Engineering, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (Allan T. Colburn award, 1979, Professional Progress award 1987, Food, Pharmaceutical and Bioengring. division award 1991), American Chemical Society (Marvin J. Johnson award 1990).