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Biographical entry Tanner, Roger Ian (1933 - )

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Born
25 July 1933
Wells, Somerset, England
Occupation
Mechanical engineer

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Roger Ian Tanner was P.N. Russell Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sydney from 1975. His research interests are applied mechanics, rheology and computation.

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Born Wells, Somerset, England, 25 July 1933. Educated Bristol University (BSc (hons) 1956), University of California, Berkeley (MS 1957) and Manchester University (PhD 1961). Engineering Apprentice, Bristol-Siddeley Engines Ltd 1950-53, Technical Assistant, Mechanical Research Department, 1957-58; Lecturer, University of Manchester 1958-61; Senior Lecturer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sydney 1961-64, Reader 1964-66; Associate Professor, Division of Engineering, Brown University 1966-69, Professor 1969-75; P.N. Russell Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sydney 1975- , Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) 1994-97. King George VI Memorial Fellowship for one year study in USA 1956-57; Edgeworth David Medal 1967; Fellow, Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering 1976; Fellow, Australian Academy of Science 1979; Australian Society of Rheology Medallion 1993 (first award). Foreign Secretary, Australian Academy of Science 1993-97.

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