Title: Endowed Chair Professor
Company: University of Texas at Dallas
Location: Garland, Texas, United States
Orlando Auciello, PhD, Endowed Chair Professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of physics.
Having accrued more than four decades of inimitable expertise in his chosen field, Dr. Auciello has garnered a laudable reputation as a distinguished endowed chair professor at the University of Texas at Dallas since 2012. Bearing a particular specialization in physics, materials science and fusion energy, he is also the founder and chief executive officer of Original Biomedical Implants, which is based within the University’s Venture Development Center. Well regarded as an Outstanding Inventor by the U.S. Department of Energy in 1991, Dr. Auciello previously earned distinction as a scientist at the Argonne National Laboratory, a materials scientist at the Microelectronics Center of North Carolina and in multiple educational roles at several academic institutions.
Dr. Auciello first became involved in his profession after reading an article by Albert Einstein, which left him in awe of the universe and eager to make discoveries that could help humanity at large. Throughout the course of his career, he has served as an editor of Plasma-Materials Interaction, a book series that has been in print since 1988, and in similar capacities with such scientific journals as Applied Physics Letters and Integrated Ferroelectrics, among others. In a career suffused with highlights, Dr. Auciello is most proud to have developed UNCD coding technology, which exerted a considerable impact on the proceeding generation of industrial manufacturing.
Prior to his work in physics, Dr. Auciello served to the rank of a lieutenant within the Argentinian Army between 1959 and 1963. Following the conclusion of his service, he attained a diploma in electronic engineering from the University of Cordoba in 1970. Dr. Auciello continued his studies at the University of Cuyo in Bariloche, Argentina, from which he obtained a Master of Science in physics in 1973 and a Doctor of Philosophy in 1976.
In recognition of his indelible contributions to the field, Dr. Auciello was elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Materials Research Society. Likewise, he is a member of the American Vacuum Society and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Outside of his vocational circles, Dr. Auciello enjoys such diversions as drawing and painting.
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