Eric Greene

Naval Architect and Convener, IEC TC 114 62600-
Eric Green and Associates

Profile

Eric Greene received his S.B. in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1979. He founded Eric Greene Associates, Inc. in 1987 to focus on marine composites. Mr. Greene has been a Program Manager for a number of composites-related U.S. Navy technology insertion efforts, including a DDG-51 rudder. He has served as principal investigator for five Ship Structure Committee projects. Mr. Greene has written for Professional BoatBuilder, Marine Technology and Composites Fabricator magazines and is a regular presenter at the International BoatBuilder’s Exhibition conference. He serves on the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) TC 114 international committee 62600-2 on Marine Energy Devices to develop Design Standards as the Materials Subject Matter Expert and Chairman of the U.S. Shadow Committee. In 2013, Mr. Greene developed course content and provided 18 hours of lectures at Webb Institute, where he holds the title of Adjunct Professor.

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