Michael Jonathon Hopmeier, American mechanical engineer, troubleshooter. Achievements include design and development of novel method of soil decontamination; development widely-used method of technical research at Eglin Air Force Base; initiated and operated concepts technical liason office for special operations forces and conventional defense technologies.
Hopmeier, Michael Jonathon was born on February 17, 1965 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Son of George Howard and Maxine Ethel (Liebowitz) Hopmeier.
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Florida, 1985. Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University Florida, 1988.
Engineering assistant department physics, U. Florida, Gainesville, 1983-1985;
engineering assistant combustion laboratory, U. Florida, Gainesville, 1985-1987;
chief project engineer, Envireco, Inc., Gainesville, 1987-1988;
consultant, Gainesville, 1988;
engineer, Sverdrup Technology, Inc., Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, since 1988. With demolitions HAZMAT staff U. Florida, 1985-1988. Crisis manager EmergencyMgmt., Okaloosa County, Florida, 1988-1991.
Member American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (Sergeant-at-Arms 1984-1987), American Defense Preparedness Association, Society Automobile Engineers, Junior Chamber of Commerce (board directors since 1990, Florida Jaycee of Year 1990-1991).