Neumeyer named Engineer of the Year
Posted June 15, 2001; 11:07 a.m.
Charles Neumeyer, who works at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, was named Engineer of the Year by the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers.
Neumeyer is the lead project engineer for the National Spherical Torus Experiment, a fusion energy research device that began operating at PPPL in 1999.
The award cites Neumeyer for his outstanding achievements in engineering, his contributions to the development of fusion as a long-term energy source, and his service in enhancing the prestige of the engineering profession.
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