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Mechanical engineer

Janet Elaine Hauber, American mechanical engineer. Ford Foudn. fellow Stanford University, 1965, American Society for Testing and Materials fellow, 1967. Member American Association of University Women (vice president 1992-1993), Society Women Engineers, Interplast, Inc. (advisory council since 1996), Sigma Xi, Mathematics and Science Network (board directors since 1994, treasurer 1995-1996, president since 1996).

Background

Hauber, Janet Elaine was born on July 21, 1937 in Milwaukee. Daughter of Ralph Joseph and Ethel Esther (Forsyth) Hauber.

Education

BME, Marquette University, 1965. Master of Science, Stanford University, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1970.

Career

Research metallurgist department chemistry, Lawrence Livermore (California) National Laboratory, 1970-1973;project leader, Lawrence Livermore (California) National Laboratory, 1973-1974;section leader, facility manager, Lawrence Livermore (California) National Laboratory, 1974-1976;deputy division leader, Lawrence Livermore (California) National Laboratory, 1976-1978;deputy division leader mechanic engineering department, Lawrence Livermore (California) National Laboratory, 1978-1986;deputy associate department head, Lawrence Livermore (California) National Laboratory, 1986-1987;section leader, Lawrence Livermore (California) National Laboratory, 1987-1993;engineer-at-large, program manager nuclear cities initiative, since 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Association of University Women (vice president 1992-1993), Society Women Engineers, Interplast, Inc. (advisory council since 1996), Sigma Xi, Mathematics and Science Network (board directors since 1994, treasurer 1995-1996, president since 1996).

Connections

father:
Ralph Joseph Hauber

mother:
Ethel Esther (Forsyth) Hauber