Henry R. Linden
Henry R. Linden (February 21, 1922 – September 13, 2009) was an American chemist with a focus on energy research, president of the Institute of Gas Technology, founding president of the Gas Research Institute, and president of the Illinois Institute of Technology. Linden was elected to the National Academy of Engineering "for contributions to methods of fuel conversion and energy utilization". He was also a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. The Chicago Sun-Times called Linden "world-renowned authority in energy research". The Illinois Institute of Technology called him "an icon at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) and global authority in energy research".
- National Academy of Engineering, Memorial Tributes: Volume 15 (2011);Henry R. Linden;by Robert S Linden and Margaret M. Murphy
- Chicago Sun-Times:Obituary;Henry R. Linden
- Chicago Tribune:FEATURED ARTICLES ABOUT ILLINOIS INSTITUTE - PAGE 2;Henry R. Linden, 87 years, world-renowned authority in energy research and policy and an icon at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT)
- Chicago Tribune:Henry Linden, 1922-2009: 'Mr. Energy' at Illinois Institute of Technology;October 05, 2009;By Dan Simmons
- Reuters Press Release;Henry Robert Linden: World-Renowned Energy Expert;Mon Sep 28, 2009 3:31pm EDT;IIT Mourns the Loss of Beloved Alumnus and Colleague
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