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William L. Luyben
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Division of Chemical Engineering Lehigh University
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William L. Luyben acquired his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State College the place he was the valedictorian of the category of 1955. He labored for Exxon for 5 years at the Bayway Refinery and at the Abadan
Refinery (Iran) in plant. technical service and design of petroleum processing items. After earning a Ph.D. in 1963 on the College of Delaware, Dr. Luyben labored for the Engineering Division of DuPont in process dynamics and management of chemical plants. In 1967 he joined Lehigh University where he’s now Professor of Chemical Engineering and Co-Director of the process Modeling and
Management Heart. Professor Luyben has published over 100 technical papers and has authored or coauthored 4 books. Professor Luyben has directed the theses of over 30 graduate college students. He is an energetic guide for industry in the world of course of control and has a global reputation in the sphere of distillation column control. He was the recipient of the Beckman Education Award in 1975 and the Instrumqntation Technology Award in 1969 from the Instrument Society of America. .,y<i ,
Overall, he has devoted ove$? Three$,years to, his profession as a instructor,