Chemical Engineering Location: Minor Hall, Room 125
Add to Calendar 2020-04-24T11:00:00 2020-04-24T11:00:00 America/New_York Postponed: The Edward L. Paul Lecture Mauricio Futran Charting a Path at Janssen Toward Industry 4.0 Through Deployment of Sensor- and Model-Based Advanced Process Control Minor Hall, Room 125

Charting a Path at Janssen Toward Industry 4.0 Through Deployment of Sensor- and Model-Based Advanced Process Control

About the Speaker

Mauricio Futran is the vice president of advanced technology in the Global Tech Services group of Janssen Supply Chain at Johnson & Johnson, focusing on manufacturing process understanding and reliability. Before joining Johnson & Johnson, Futran was professor and chair of chemical and biochemical engineering at Rutgers University, after working for 28 years in various positions in pharmaceutical product and process development at Merck & Co. and Bristol-Myers Squibb, where he was vice president of process research and development. Futran is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, where he has been chair of its chemical engineering section, and has served on its peer committee, the Board of Chemical Sciences and Technology. He has been a member and chair of the external Princeton Chemical and Biological Engineering Board, and has been a member of the external boards for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Georgia Tech and Rutgers. Futran has chemical engineering degrees from Rice University and Princeton University.

About Edward L. Paul

Ed Paul was a 1952 graduate of UVA Chemical Engineering and the Navy ROTC program. After serving in the Navy, he received his M.S.E. from Princeton University in 1955 and joined Merck Research labs in Rahway, N.J. Ed worked at Merck for 40 years until his retirement as executive director, chemical engineering research and development, in 1994. In 1995, he was recognized with UVA Engineering’s Distinguished Achievement Award. We are thankful for Ed’s contributions to the chemical engineering profession, the pharmaceutical industry, and his impact on human health. In 2016, the Department of Chemical Engineering at UVA established the Edward L. Paul Lecture to create opportunities to connect our faculty with industry leaders. Earlier this year, Ed passed away. To honor his legacy, Michael King created the Edward and Lois Paul Excellence in Music award to recognize an outstanding chemical engineering undergraduate who also has a love of music, as Ed was as passionate about music as he was chemical engineering.

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