Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston, 1954. Master of Science in Metallurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1956. Degree in Metallurgical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967.
Engineering assistant, Raytheon Manufacturing company, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1954; assistant chief cast metals branch, Watertown (Massachusetts) Arsenal's Rodman Lab, 1955-1960; assistant professor mechanic engineering, Northeastern U., 1960-1966; associate professor mechanic engineering, Northeastern U., 1966-1984; professor mechanic engineering, Northeastern U., 1984-1992; professor emeritus, Northeastern U., since 1992. Member technical advisory board Thermomagnetics Corporation, Woburn, Massachusetts, 1970-1973.
Diocese of Boston board directors Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, Boston and New York City, 1970-1988. Board directors National Conference Christiand & Jews, 1974-1992. Diocesan spiritual commissioner Greek Orthodox Diocese of Boston, 1976-1988.
Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Defense Preparedness Association, American Foundrymen's Society, American Powdered Metllurgy Institute, American Society Engineering Education, American Vacuum Society, Investment Casting Institute, American Institute Metal l. Engineers, American Society Materials, American Welding Society (Adams Memorial award 1972), Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sigma.
Married Freda Anne Scontras, November 16, 1958. Children: Michael Frederic, Yoanna Maria, Frederic Peter.