It occurs to me that I ought to give y'all some detail on how the Process Automation Hall of Fame works.
I am pleased to announce the Class of 2011 for the Process Automation Hall of Fame. Elected by their peers in the Hall, these automation professionals have made clear and extensive contributions to the domain of process automation, and are being recognized for their work and careers.
You read it here first-- maybe before the inductees themselves have checked their email.
Like the Medieval alchemist Roger Bacon's "talking head" F. Greg Shinskey will soon be providing real time process control expertise through ExperTune. Here's the press release from John Gerry, CEO of Expertune:
It is with deep sadness that I report the passing of my friend Vernon Trevathan. Vernon (who hated to be called Vern) died Sunday in St. Louis, Mo. Here is the message that was sent to the ISA Executive Board, where Vernon was Vice President of the Professional Development Department.
From Dr. Maurice Wilkins, Chairman of WBF:
A couple of weeks ago, I was able to corral the 2008 inductees into the Process Automation Hall of Fame into spending time with me talking about their careers, the automation profession, and the future. Next Monday, March 24th, we'll be having the induction ceremony at the annual Process Automation...
I am delighted to announce the 2008 class of inductees to the Process Automation Hall of Fame: Dr. Dale Seborg, Vice-Chair of the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and co-author, with Hall of Famer Tom Edgar, and D. A. Me...
In a former Masonic Chapel in downto...