Dr. Clayton Daniel MOTE JR.
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Dr. Clayton Daniel MOTE JR.

Immediate Past President, National Academy of Engineering, U.S.A.
Engineering in the 21st Century Session 1 - 30th October 13:30-15:00

Clayton Daniel Mote, Jr. is the immediate Past President of the National Academy of Engineering, and Regents Professor on leave from the University of Maryland where he served as its President, 1998-2010. Mote is recognized for impacts he has made as a scholar, inventor, educator, mentor, and as a leader who has advanced higher education, innovation and the engineering profession. He is the recipient of the ASME Medal, the NAE Founders Award, and the Humboldt Prize of the Federal Republic of Germany. He has authored/co-authored over 300 publications, and holds four patents.

Mote is recognized for impacts he has made as a scholar, inventor, educator, mentor, and as a leader who has advanced higher education, innovation and the engineering profession.

He is the recipient of the ASME Medal, the NAE Founders Award, and the Humboldt Prize of the Federal Republic of Germany. He has authored/co-authored over 300 publications, and holds four patents. Mote is an honorary fellow of ASME, honorary member of ASEE, a fellow of: American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Academy of Mechanics, ASA, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He was elected to membership in the NAE in 1988 and as President in 2013.

Mote was elected to the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and as honorary academician of the Academia Sinica, Taiwan. In 2017, he was elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.

Dr. Mote is committed to ensuring highly competitive talent in the US engineering workforce, facilitating public understanding of engineering, demonstrating how engineering creates a better quality of life and engaging the academy in global engineering issues in support of national interests.

 

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