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Chemical engineer

John Naku Zabasajja, Ugandan, American chemical engineer. Achievements include composite electrode patents used in liquid double layer capacitors, batteries and fuel cell applications. National Science Foundation fellow University Akron, 1983-1987. Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Electrochemical Society.

Background

Zabasajja, John Naku was born on September 12, 1955 in Uganda. Came to the United States, 1976. Son of John and Loy (Matama) Zabasajja.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, University Akron, 1980. Mark Scheme, university Akron, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering, University Akron, 1987.

Career

Research associate Auburn (Alabama) University, 1987-1990. Senior research engineer Dow Chemical, Plaquemine, Louisiana, 1990-1993, project leader, 1993-1995. Senior process engineer Motorola, Phoenix, 1995-1998, technical staff engineer/scientist, since 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include composite electrode patents used in liquid double layer capacitors, batteries and fuel cell applications.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Patentee in field. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Electrochemical Society.

Connections

Married Juliet Lubandi, August, 1986. Children: Jacqueline, Jennifer, Jonathan.

father:
John Zabasajja

mother:
Loy (Matama) Zabasajja

spouse:
Juliet Lubandi

child:
Jacqueline Zabasajja

child:
Jennifer Zabasajja

child:
Jonathan Zabasajja