College of Engineering alumnus Norman Newhouse is one of nine alumni featured for Masters Week Nov. 1-3, sponsored by the Nebraska Alumni Association, Nebraska Student Alumni Association and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor's Office.
The public is invited to meet the Alumni Masters and hear their perspectives on success during a panel discussion from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1 at the Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center, 2021 Transformation Drive.
Engineering Alumni Master: Norman Newhouse
Vice President, Technology; Hexagon Lincoln
B.S. ’73, M.S. ‘75 – Mechanical Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Ph.D. ’84 – Engineering Mechanics, University of Nebraska
Norm Newhouse has over 40 years of experience in advanced composites design, analysis, manufacture, and testing, working for Hexagon Lincoln and predecessor companies (Brunswick, Lincoln Composites, General Dynamics). His responsibilities have included oversight of the company’s research activities, engineering laboratory, and intellectual property. He has been awarded eight U.S. patents and has patents pending.
Newhouse has 25-plus years of experience supporting the development of national and international standards for high pressure composite vessels and fuel containers for CNG and H2 powered vehicles. He has represented the U.S. as Head of Delegation for ISO TC58, Gas Cylinders, and ISO TC58/SC3, Gas Cylinder Design since 2001.
He serves on the College of Engineering Advisory Board and the Mechanical and Materials Engineering Department Advisory Board, where he has been the department board's chairman since 1994. He is a registered Professional Engineer.
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