Brown University School of Engineering

Corporate Affiliates Board

The School of Engineering CAB has been developed to ensure that the growth and evolution of the School accords with industry needs, and that the School will be guided and supported by robust industry involvement.

A main purpose of the CAB is to mutually benefit industry partners and the School. This is accomplished by developing relationships that enhance both student internship and employment opportunities, and explore ways for faculty to partner with industry in performing high-impact research. The CAB will provide the Dean with guidance on the School’s educational program – its quality and relevance to state-of-the-art engineering challenges, together with the preparedness of its graduates.


H. B. Siegel ’83
CTO
IMDb
Seattle, WA


Dan Leibholz ’86 Sc.M.’88
VP, Embedded Systems Products and Tech Group
Analog Devices, Inc.
Norwood, MA 

Tom Shannon ’85 
Partner
Bain & Company
Chicago, IL



Jeff Trauberman ’76, J.D.  
VP, Space, Intelligence and Missile Defense for Government Ops
Boeing
Arlington, VA

Axel zur Loye, Ph.D. ’81
Chief Engineer (dual fuel engines)
Cummins
Columbus, IN

 



Joyce Mullen ’84 P’13 P’13   
VP/GM, OEM Sales Solutions
Dell
Round Rock, TX

 

 

Stephan Kolitz, Ph.D. 
Director of Education
Draper Laboratory
Cambridge, MA

Paul Bechta ’87 Sc.M.’88
Senior Director, Global Services
EMC
Hopkinton, MA

Lou Hector, Jr., Ph.D. 
Technical Fellow, Research and Development
General Motors
Warren, MI

 




Ryan Ross (CAB Chair)
Distinguished Engineer
Juniper Networks
Westford, MA

Tim Denison, Ph.D. 
Director of Core Technology, Neuromodulation
Medtronic
Minneapolis, MN


Lou DiPalma Sc.M. '89 P'08
 
Engineering Director 
Raytheon
Portsmouth, RI


Colin Mercer, Ph.D. 
Vice President, R&D
Simulia
Providence, RI


Michael Pereira 
Senior Vice President, Technology & Operations 
ximedica
Providence, RI