Dr. George Liebermann was Senior Engineering Fellow at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada, where he has held various senior scientific and managerial positions since 1981. He retired in 2011 and currently is teaching at local universities and does consulting in process scale-up. He is recognized by the international technical community as a chemical engineering process research and scale-up expert, whose work has yielded more than 45 U.S. patents. In 1997, he was presented with the Xerox President’s Award, the company’s highest honor.
A Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and Canadian Academy of Engineering, Dr. Liebermann has also contributed to the profession through involvement with AIChE and the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE). As a result of his leadership, the AIChE Process Development Division was created. This division has renewed interest in this area, sparked involvement from existing members, and was the catalyst for the participation of several new industry groups.
Dr. Liebermann is a Xerox Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Design for Six Sigma Black Belt and is currently coordinating the Xerox Innovation Group Six Sigma activities. He also teaches a Six Sigma short course sponsored by AIChE.
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