Process Automation Hall of Fame

All inductees to Control's Hall of Fame are nominated and selected by the existing Hall of Fame members. The criteria in consideration when reviweing and voting on each inductee is excellence, diligence and influence to the process control industry. The Hall of Fame member are considered "Prudentes Temporo Mentoris" or "wise control mentors."

CG1502 WebCover2015 Process Automation Hall of Fame

Our three honorees found chemical engineering their gateway drug into process automation and a source of basic process knowledge.
Don Bartusiak | Armando Corripio | James Downs

 

 

CG1402 WebCover2014 Process Automation Hall of Fame

2014's inductees took very different paths to our process automation Hall of Fame.
Dave Emerson | Paul Murrill

CG1302-WebCover.jpg2013 Process Automation Hall of Fame

The kings of Control. Four automation leaders as varied as the suits in a deck of cards.
Dennis Brandl | Dr. John MacGregor | Dr. Peter G. Martin | Ian Verhappen

 

 

CG1202_WebCover.jpg2012 Process Automation Hall of Fame

Three men whose careers changed the automation industry and the world.
Mark Nixon | Tom Phinney | Vern Heath

CG1102_WebCover.jpg2011 Process Automation Hall of Fame

These Hall of Fame inductees are multi-talented in the interdisciplinary field of automation.
John Berra | Dr. Sigurd Skogestad | Dr. Maurice Wilkins

CG1002_WebCover.jpg2010 Process Automation Hall of Fame

The Process Automation Hall of Fame adds four new luminaries.
Joseph S. Alford | John Gerry | Willy Wojsznis | Yutaka Wakasa

CT0902_webcvr.jpg2009 Process Automation Hall of Fame

Meet the Process Automation Hall of Fame inductees of 2009.
Hans Baumann | Renzo Dallimanti | Pat Kennedy | Carroll Ryskamp | Cecil Smith

CT0802_WebCvr.jpg2008  Process Automation Hall of Fame

A walk in the hall. Manager/system architect/teacher: This year's crop of everyday process automation heroes.
Vernon Travathan | William M. Hawkins | Dale E. Seborg

cover_002.jpg2007 Process Automation Hall of Fame

Each year, the top three vote getters are inducted by their peers into the Process Automation Hall of Fame. The careers of this year’s class run the gamut from the theoretical to the ruthlessly practical.
James H. Christensen | Thomas F. Edgar | Angela Summers

cover_06_002.jpg2006 Process Automation Hall of Fame

Editor in Chief Walt Boyes reports on the automation stalwarts whose contributions to the art and practice of the discipline earned them a spot as inductees into the Process Automation Hall of Fame.
Edgar H. Bristol II | Richard E. Morley | Wyman "Cy" Rutledge | Kathleen Waters

 

 

CT0502_CVR.jpg2005 Process Automation Hall of Fame

Control lines up this year's Process Automation Hall of Fame inductees, three chemical engineers who got interested in the nuts, bolts and wires of control processes they learned about in school.
Richard Caro | William "Bill" Luyben | Russell Rinehart

 

 

CT0402_CVR_0.jpg2004 Process Automation Hall of Fame

This year's inductees embody the leadership, knowledge and true spirit of the process control profession.
Terry Blevins | Thomas M. Stout | Ted Williams

 

 

CT0302_CVR_0.jpg2003 Process Automation Hall of Fame

Our 2003 Hall of Fame inductees exemplify excellence, diligence, and influence in the control profession.
Karl Ǻström | Lynn Craig | Charles Cutler

 

 

 

 

2002 Process Automation Hall of Fame

Marion"Bud" Keyes | Terry Tolliver | Harold Wade

2001 Process Automation Hall of Fame

Béla Lipták | Greg McMillan | Greg Shinskey