People classified with "Engineer"

Total Cataloged: 11

Reginald Engelbach
Reginald Engelbach
Reginald Engelbach (9 July 1888 – 26 February 1946) was an English Egyptologist and engineer. He is mainly known for his works in the Egyptian Museum of Cairo, above all the compilation of a register of artifacts belonging of the...

Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Occupation(s): Egyptologist, Engineer
Contributions catalogued: 5
5 cataloged
Gentry Lee
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Bert Gentry Lee (born 1942) is an American scientist, currently chief engineer for the Planetary Flight Systems Directorate at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and science fiction writer.

Country of Origin: United States of America
Occupation(s): Engineer, Scientist, Television Producer, Media Columnist, Novelist
Specialty(ies): Science Fiction, Fiction
Contributions catalogued: 3
3 cataloged
Arthur C. Clarke
Arthur C. Clarke
Arthur C. Clarke’s legacy bridges the worlds of the arts and the sciences. His work ranged from scientific discovery to science fiction, from technical application to entertainment. As an engineer, as a futurist, and as a humanist, Clarke has influenced...

Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Occupation(s): Inventor, Futurist, Engineer
Specialty(ies): Hard Science Fiction
Contributions catalogued: 76
Joseph John Tylor
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JOSEPH JOHN TYLOR, born in 1851, was the eldest son of the late Mr. Alfred Tylor, of Carshalton, Surrey.

Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Occupation(s): Engineer, Egyptologist
Contributions catalogued: 1
1 cataloged
Hanns Hörbiger
Hanns Hörbiger
Johannes "Hanns" Evangelist Hörbiger, better known as Hanns Hörbiger, was an Austrian engineer from Vienna with roots in Tyrol. He took part in the construction of the Budapest subway and in 1894 invented a new type of valve essential for...

Country of Origin: Austria
Occupation(s): Scientist, Engineer, Astronomer, Catastrophist
Specialty(ies): Theoretical Astronomy, Catastrophy Theory
Contributions catalogued: 1
1 cataloged
Bernard Romans
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Surveyor, artist, naturalist, and author Bernard Romans (ca. 1720-ca. 1783) recorded Alabama's coastline and Mobile Bay, among other areas, in his maps and composed one of the most significant eighteenth-century works on what would become Alabama, A Concise Natural History...

Country of Origin: Netherlands
Occupation(s): Naturalist, Cartographer, Navigator, Surveyor, Engineer, Soldier, Promoter, Botanist
Contributions catalogued: 1
1 cataloged