Dr. Mingder Lu
Senior Vice President and CTO
Dr. Lu holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the National Taiwan University and an MS and PhD in Chemical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. He held various technical positions at COADE Engineering Software, John Brown Engineering Company, and Sunny Engineering before joining Chemstations as the head of software development. He is known in the industry as one of the world’s premier experts in chemical process simulation. His responsibilities include supervising the CHEMCAD architecture and development strategy. He is a member of AIChE.
President, CEO and COO
Mr. Brown holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston and an MBA from the University of Texas – Austin. He joined Chemstations in 1993 as a Technical Support Engineer and moved into the sales division in 1995. Steve led and managed growth, first within North America and later for the entire global direct and channel operation. He is now responsible for all of the day-to-day operations of Chemstations’ business. He is a member of AIChE.
Manager of Technical Support
Mr. Hill holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston and an MBA from Rice University. He joined Chemstations in 1997 as an intern and then moved into the technical support division. David has provided technical support to hundreds of customers and has delivered training in several countries. His responsibilities include managing operations of the technical support group, providing technical expertise to distributors, and representing Chemstations at technical forums and trade shows. He is a member of AIChE.
Manager of Development
Aaron holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston. Aaron worked for two years at Wright Killen and Associates developing refinery profitability, scheduling, and laboratory information software before joining Chemstations in 1995. After more than a decade in technical support, Aaron began working with the development team in 2006. He is a member of AIChE.