Professor CD Mote Jr
Dan Mote Officer and President-nominee
US National Academy of Engineering (NAE)
Biography

Dan Mote received the Founders Award of the National Academy of Engineering and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Medal in recognition of his work providing results of great practical importance in the vibration and stability of rotating and translating flexible structures, in the biomechanics of snow skiing injury and also for academic leadership.

He serves on the National Research Council Governing Board, the National Academy of Engineering Council as an officer and co-chairs the Academies Government-University- Industry Research Roundtable. He served as president of the University of Maryland for 12 years and on the University of California, Berkeley faculty for 31 years. He was awarded the Humboldt Prize by the Federal Republic of Germany; Fellowship of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Honorary Fellowship of ASME; the University of California, Berkeley Distinguished Teaching Award and its Distinguished Engineering Alumnus Award.