Chemical engineer

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In occupations, chemical engineer (LH:1) is who practices the art of chemical engineering; one who works in the field of chemistry applied in matters of engineering, e.g. construction, design, synthesis or analysis.

Overview

The following are noted hmolscience related chemical engineers:

# Person Date Summary
Fairburn 75.png William Fairburn

(1876-1947)

1914 His Human Chemistry is the first "book" attempted at formulating the outlines of a science of "human chemistry" with people defined specifically as "human chemicals", quantified by properties such as entropy, that have "reactions" to one another similar to any other chemical reaction, and that application of these basic principles to the operation of business management would facilitate working operations.
Roeber 75.png Eugene Roeber

(1867-1917)

1914 His “The European War” stated that WWI (28 Jul 1914 – 11 Nov 1918) was a gigantic chemical reaction governed by the second law, wherein people’s free will becomes like that of the will of “free” ions of dissociation theory; that entropy will increase as the war goes; that the end result will be a new Europe closer to absolute zero of temperature.
Neumann 75.png John Neumann

(1903-1957)

1932 Published his “A Model of General Economic Equilibrium”, derives a function φ (X, Y) related to the production of goods, based on the model of thermodynamic potentials, and is considered a classic; in 1934, reviewed Georges Guillaume's 1932 economic thermodynamics dissertation, concluded that: "if this [economic-thermodynamic] analogy can be worked out at all, the analogon of ‘entropy’ must be sought in the direction of ‘liquidity’. To be more specific: if the analogon of ‘energy’ is ‘value’ of the estate of an economical subject, then analogon of its thermodynamic ‘free energy’ should be its ‘cash value’."; his 1944 Theory of Games and Economic Behavior compared heat measurement history with utility measurement history.
Coleman 75.png James Coleman

(1926-1995)

1964 His Introduction to Mathematical Sociology, uses concepts such as: chemical reaction, temperature, entropy, molecular interactions, etc., as launching points for discussions in developing sociology theory.
Rossini 75.png Frederick Rossini

(1899-1990)

1971
No image 2.png James Beatty

(1934-c.2005)

c.1972 Interjected into extensive dialogue with Brazilian chemical engineering graduate student Edison Bittencourt on the subject of the implications of thermodynamics to humanities, i.e. economics and sociology, and seeming purpose behavior in biology (powered-chnopsology).
Robert Ulanowicz 75.png Robert Ulanowicz

(1943-)

1979 Conceived (in 1979) of an information theory based version of free energy applied to ecosystems, termed “ascendency”, which he considered as a pseudo-thermodynamic function (first outlined in his 1980 article “An Hypothesis on the Development of Natural Communities”); his 1986 book Growth and Development extends on this using Helmholtz free energy (equation shown); his 2009 A Third Window: Natural Life Beyond Newton and Darwin, seems to argue for the existence of God in the context of an emergent (or process biology) thermodynamic depiction of evolution (or ascendency), supposedly, under the guise of the “ontic openness of nature”; is presently of the view that “entropy or entropy-related measures (such as free energy) should *not* be invoked for living systems!” (email communicate to Libb Thims, 2011), which he says he first argued on page 21 of his 1986 book.
Daniel Hershey 75.png Daniel Hershey

(c.1931-)

1980
Pauling 75.png Linus Pauling

(1901-1994)

1987
Kyle 75.png Benjamin Kyle

(1927-)

1988
Petric 75.png Nedjeljka Petric

(c.1941-)

1991
Cruz Iniguez 75.png Cruz Iniguez

(1948-)

1993
Thims 1995 75.png Libb Thims

(67AE)

1995
Erich Muller 75.png Erich Muller

(1963-)

1998
Gerard Nahum 75.png Gerard Nahum

(1956-)

1998
Bittencourt 75.png Edison Bittencourt

(c.1948-)

1999
No image 2.png Alfredo Infante

(c.1960-)

2001
Groysman 75.png Alec Groysman

(1948-)

2004
Tominaga Keii 75.png Tominaga Keii

(1920-2009)

2004
Sestak 75.png Jaroslav Sestak

(1938-)

2005
Mark Janes 75.png Mark Janes

(1973-)

2006
Morrow 75.png Andrew Morrow

(1961-)

2006
Sekhar 75.png DMR Sekhar

(1952-)

2006
Mary Guthrie 75.png Mary Guthrie

(c.1987-)

2009
Nia 75.png Mohsen Nia

(1958-)

2011
Ferri 75.png James Ferri

(c.1960-)

2011
Riley 75.png Donna Riley

(c.1971-)

2011
Regalla 75.png Vamshi Regalla

(c.1985-)

2012
Aguilera.png Jose Aguilera

(1947-)

2012
Gunduz 75.png Gungor Gunduz

(c.1950-)

2012
Prausnitz 75.png John Prausnitz

(1928-)

2013
Donohue 75.png Marc Donohue

(1951-)

2014
Arias 75.png Jaime Arias

(c.1972-)

2014

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