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Reinventing Water as a Mineral

John Voeller

Thermal and Fluids Engineering Summer Conference, August, 2015, New York City

Mr. Voeller has been with Black and Veatch for 40 years and has held positions from nuclear engineer to Head of Engineering Computing (12 years), CTO (10 years) and CKO (10 years). He currently acts as advisor to CEO, Chairman and Board levels of international companies on strategic and technology planning 10-20 years out and sits on the Boards of four technology corporations. Mr. Voeller has been a consultant to the Department of Homeland Security Office of Science and Technology since the creation of DHS. In 2003, Voeller was made an ASME White House Fellow in Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President which continued until 2008. In these two roles, Voeller developed strategic and tactical plans for agency, interagency and national initiatives and promoted collaboration and deliberation processes to ensure multi-agency interface and investment optimization. Mr. Voeller has received numerous awards including the James Porter Award for Lifetime Achievement in Technology and Innovation, 2010, the Award of Excellence from Engineering News Record magazine for 1998, and the CIO Enterprise Value Award for 1997 from CIO magazine (first ever awarded). Voeller has a Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and is a member of the Institute’s Engineering Hall of Fame. Voeller is a registered professional engineer in Kansas and Michigan.

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