Title: (Retired) Control Systems Engineer
Location: Weston, Connecticut, United States
Asish Ghosh, Retired Control Systems Engineer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the fields of engineering and project administration.
Mr. Ghosh started his higher education at Delhi University in India, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in 1954. He continued his education at Cambridge University in England, where he earned a Diploma in advanced studies in 1968 and started as a senior researcher for Imperial Chemical Industries. He became a chartered engineer in the United Kingdom, and in 1974, he moved across the Atlantic to start as a systems engineer for the Foxboro Canada Inc. In 1978, Mr. Ghosh immigrated to the United States and continued working for the Foxboro Company in Massachusetts, starting as a project engineer in 1980. He rose to the rank of senior engineer in 1982, and principal engineer in 1987, before taking on the role of a consultant in 1989. From 1994 until his departure in 1995, he worked as a product manager for the Foxboro Company.
Upon his departure, Mr. Ghosh took a position as vice president of ARC Advisory Group, where he worked for 15 years, until his retirement in 2010. He was recognized with the Dr. Guide Carlo Stella Award from the World Bridge Federation in 2011, is a member of the International Electrotechnical Commission, and is a senior life member of the International Society of Automation. Additionally, he was a former instructor for practicing engineers at the Center for Professional Advancement and pioneered work in automating fluid batch manufacturing processes. Mr. Ghosh authored “Dynamic Systems for Everyone,” both the first edition in 2015 and the second edition in 2017, and co-authored “Batch Process Automation” in 1987, in addition to contributing a variety of articles to professional journals.
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