Dr. Eric G. Eddings is a professor and chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Utah. He previously served as associate dean for Research in the College of Engineering for eight years before being appointed to Department Chair.
Eddings is engaged in research that ranges from fundamental lab-scale investigations through pilot-scale process evaluation of new energy-related technologies.
Before joining the University of Utah, Eric spent six years with Reaction Engineering International (REI), a consulting/R&D firm, in both technical and management positions. Prior to graduate school, he spent six years with Sperry-Univac (later renamed Unisys).
Eddings consulted for more than 25 years on environmental and operational issues for various industrial-scale thermal processes, including the electric utility, cement and metallurgical industries.