John Andresakis (M.S. Chemical Engineering, ’81) has been appointed director of Technical Marketing at Park Electrochemical Corporation. In this position, he will assist customers in selecting and implementing the company’s high performance materials. Since 1998, Andresakis worked at Oak-Mitsui, Inc., serving most recently as vice president of Strategic Technology. Named as inventor for eight issued U.S. patents, he has extensive patent, trademark, contracts and licensing experience.
Paul Dul (B.S. Mechanical Engineering/Materials Engineering, ‘88) joined Apcera, maker of the world’s first operating system for the hybrid cloud, as vice president of Product. Dul brings more than 20 years of product management and leadership experience. Previously, he was vice president of Product at Embrane and led the product management team at Andiamo Systems. Earlier in his career, Dul headed product management for Cisco’s $3 billion Catalyst 5000 product line. He earned masters’ degrees in engineering and management from MIT.
James Kane (Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, ’86), associate professor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering, was named professor emeritus at Clarkson University’s 122nd commencement ceremony in May. He was honored for more than 25 years of exemplary service to the university. In addition to his classroom instruction, Kane wrote 42 articles in professional journals and is the author of “Boundary Element Analysis, in Engineering Continuum Mechanics.” He also co-edited two academic books.
Joe Rimiller, P.E., P.T.O.E. (B.S., Civil Engineering, ’01; M.S. Transportation & Urban Engineering, ‘03) joined BETA Group Inc. as a senior project engineer. A registered Professional Engineer in Connecticut and also a registered Professional Traffic Operations Engineer, Rimiller will focus on traffic signal design and traffic impact studies. He serves as secretary/treasurer of the Connecticut Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.
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Published: June 4, 2015