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educator , researcher , Mechanical engineer

James Harry Kane, American mechanical engineer, educator, researcher. Recipient grant National Science Foundation, 1987, 91, grant National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1990. Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, International Association Boundary Element Methods, Phi Kappa Phi.

Background

Kane, James Harry was born on March 3, 1948 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1977. Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering, University Connecticut, 1986.

Career

Design engineer, Lycoming Division, Textron Corporation, Stratford, Connecticut, 1974-1976;structural analyst, Lycoming Division, Textron Corporation, Stratford, Connecticut, 1976-1978;supervisor computer aided design, Lycoming Division, Textron Corporation, Stratford, Connecticut, 1978-1980;instructor, U. Bridgeport, 1980-1984;vice president, Computer Aided Engineering Associations, Woodbury, Connecticut, 1984-1986;assistant professor, Worcester (Massachusetts) Polytechnic Institute, 1986-1988;associate professor, Clarkson U., Potsdam, New York, since 1989. Co-organizer symposia and multiple technical sessions on various aspects of computational mechanics.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: (textbook) Boundary Element Analysis in Engineering Continuum Mechanics, 1993. Co-editor: Superlarge Problems in Computational Mechanics, 1989, Advances in Boundary Element Analysis, 1992. Member editorial board International Journal Numerical Methods in Engineering, since 1990, Computational Mechanics, An International Journal, since 1991.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, International Association Boundary Element Methods, Phi Kappa Phi.