SOBOYEJO, Prof Winston Oluwole

Born 1964
in

Palo Alto, California, USA

He is a materials scientist whose research focuses on biomaterials and the use of nanoparticles for the detection and treatment of disease, the mechanical properties of materials, and the use of materials science to promote global development.
Gender: Male
Name of Spouse
Father's Name Professor Alfred Sobojeyo
Mother's Name Mrs. Anthonia Soboyejo
Profession
Working Experience

Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University; Bernard M. Gordon Dean of Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Previous Appointments:

– Research Scientist, The McDonnell Douglas Research Labs, St. Louis, MO., 1992;

– Principal Research Engineer, Edison Welding Institute;

– Engineering Faculty, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH;

– Visiting Professor, Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Materials science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997-1998;

– Professor, Princeton Institute of Science and Technology of Materials (PRISM);

– Director, U.S./Africa Materials Institute (USAMI);

– Director, Materials Undergraduate Research Program in PRISM;

– President and Provost, African University of Science and Technology (AUST), Abuja, 2012-2014;

– Chair, African Scientific Committee, Nelson Mandela Institutions (NMI);

– Member, Scientific Advisory Board of the Secretary General of the United Nations, 2014-2016;

Kings College, London, 1985; Churchill College Cambridge, 1988
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PHONE:
508-831-4694;

EMAIL:
wsoboyejo@wpi.edu

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