ENME

National Academy of Engineering Members

Dr. James W. Dally
Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering and
Professor Emeritus
Elected in 1984 for his significant contributions to dynamic photoelasticity, stress wave propagation, and fracture mechanics.

Dr. George E. Dieter
Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering and
Professor Emeritus
Elected in 1993 for contributions to engineering education in the areas of materials design and processing.

Dr. Millard S. Firebaugh
Glenn L. Institute Professor of Engineering and Professor of Practice
Elected in 2000 for innovation and U.S. Navy leadership in submarine design, propulsion, and construction.

Dr. Robert E. Fischell
Professor of Practice
Elected in 1989 for pioneering contributions to satellite altitude control and for leadership and innovation in bringing aerospace technology to implantable biomedical devices.

Dr. Eugenia Kalnay
Distinguished University Professor
Elected in 1996 for advances in understanding atmospheric dynamics, numerical modeling, and atmospheric predictability and in the quality of U.S. operational weather forecasts.

Dr. Jeong H. Kim
Professor of Practice
Elected in 2004 for contributions to national defense and security through improved battlefield communication.

Dr. Ali Mosleh
Professor Emeritus
Elected in 2010 for contributions to the development of Bayesian methods and computational tools in probabilistic risk assessment and reliability engineering.

Dr. C.D. Mote, Jr.
Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering and
Former President, University of Maryland
President, National Academy of Engineering (current)
Elected in 1988 for analysis of the mechanics of complex dynamic systems, providing results of great practical importance in vibrations and biomechanics.

Dr. Elaine S. Oran
Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering
Elected in 2003 for unifying engineering, scientific, and mathematical disciplines into a computational methodology to solve challenging aerospace combustion problems.

Dr. Hratch G. Semerjian
Visiting Professor
Elected in 2000 for developing powerful laser diagnostics of flames, and for providing measurement methods, standards, and data to the chemical and biochemical industry.

    *The above individuals hold appointments in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the title listed.

    Deceased Members

    Dr. Arthur Bergles
    Research Professor
    Elected in 1992 for his seminal contributions and outstanding service and leadership in the field of heat transfer.

    Dr. George R. Irwin
    Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering
    Elected in 1977 for his invention of modern fracture mechanics and its innovative application to engineering design.