Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering magna cum laude, Lafayette College, 1936. Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1940.
Instructor heat power engineering, Illinois Institute Technology, Chicago, 1939-1941;
professor mechanic engineering, charge machine design, Illinois Institute Technology, Chicago, 1949-1957;
development engineer, Western Electric Company, Kearny, New Jersey, 1941-1942;
heat transfer development engineer, M.W. Kellogg County, New York, 1942-1947;
engineer centrifugal engineering department, Clark Brothers Company, Olean, New York, 1947-1949;
director, School Mech. Engineering, University Pennsylvania, 1957-1960;
professor mechanic engineering, School Mech. Engineering, University Pennsylvania, 1957-1969;
construction engineering turbomachinery problems.
Founder, president Turbo Research, Inc., 1961-1974, Trumpler Associations, Inc., 1974-1990, Turbotherm Corporation, 1974-1990. President Turbo Research Foundation, 1966-1989.
Fellow American Society of Mechanical Engineers (life. Chairman heat transfer 1953). Member American Society Engineering Education, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma.
Married Edith M. Osterman, June 7, 1938. Children: Jean Elizabeth, Allan Paul, Martin Robert.