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George Buckbee, P.E., BS ChE 1984 Washington University, MS ChE 1986 Univ. of California, Santa Barbara. 20 years experience in process control applications. George has worked for Procter & Gamble, TOP Control, sanofi-aventis, and ExperTune. George has many years of practical experience applying process control to solve real-world problems in the Oil & Gas, Chemical, Pulp & Paper, and Pharmaceutical industries. He is the author of numerous publications in the field, including multiple chapters in the "Instrumentation Engineer's Handbook, 4th Edition". George has authored numerous articles for Control Magazine, Control Engineering, InTech, Chemical Processing, and Chemical Engineering magazines.

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