Teichmann, Frederick K.

Birth & Nationality:

    • Cologne, Germany, May 26, 1905; son of Albin and Lilli (Moehle) T.;
    • Entered U.S. 1906;
    • Naturalized 1916;

Education:

    • Aeronautical Engineering Degree, New York University, 1928
    • Master Mechanical Engeering, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (N.Y.) 1935

Career:

    • Assistant in Aeronautical Engineering, New York University 1927-1928;
    • Instructor, (NYU) 1928-1930;
    • Assistant Professor, (NYU) 1930-1941;
    • Associate Professor, (NYU) 1941-1942;
    • Professor since 1943 (NYU);
    • Acting Chairman, Department of Aeronautics, 1941-1942 (NYU);
    • Chairman 1942-1955, 1957-1958 (NYU);
    • Assistant Dean, Day Division College of Engineering, 1952- (NYU);
    • Assistant Dean Grad. Div. Coll. Engineering, 1959 - (NYU);
    • Lecturer in Aeronautics Princeton University, 1929-1930;
    • Exchange Lecturer in Aeronautical Engineering, University of Minnesota, 1938-1939
    • Associate Aeronautical Engineer, Materiel Division, Wright Field, Summer 1938, 1939.
    • Observer, Safe Aircraft Competition, Daniel Guggenheim Fund for Promotion of Aeronautics, 1929-1930.
    • Technical representative A.A.F. with assimilated rank of Colonel, July-Oct. 1945

Memberships:

    • Member American Society of Mechanical Engineer(ing),
    • American Society for Engineering Education,
    • Institute of Aero Science,
    • Tau Beta Pi,
    • Iota Alpha
    • Sigma Xi,
    • Sigma Gamma Tau

Author:

    • Airplane Design Manual, 4th edit. 1958;
    • Misc. articles in technical press.

Source:

    • Who's Who in America - 1962-1963

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