James (Jim) J. McKinley of KIN-TEK Laboratories, La Marque, Texas, has been named a 2008 Fellow Member by the Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society (ISA) in recognition of his contributions to calibrating and validating analytical instruments using permeation devices.
McKinley is the founder and president of Kin-Tek Laboratories, Inc. His work since 1970 has focused on the development of permeation tube technology for creating dynamically blended calibration and test gas mixtures with precisely known concentration. He has published dozens of technical papers, holds patents for a gas detection apparatus and an ammonia analysis system, and has presented at numerous conferences around the world. He holds a B.S. in physics and an M.S. in mathematics from the University of Houston. He is also a member of the American Chemical Society.
ISA recently announced the 2008 ISA Honors & Awards recipients to recognize individuals whose support of, and/or contributions to the advancement of the arts and sciences of instrumentation, systems, and automation deserve special recognition. Their recognition will be celebrated at the 46th annual ISA Honors & Awards Gala on October 13 at The Westin Galleria, Houston, Texas, USA. This prestigious black-tie event will be held in conjunction with ISA EXPO'08, October 14 -16th at the Reliant Center in Houston.
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