Hameed Khan

Vice President Technology Transfer at Autoneum

Hameed Khan has a diverse work experience spanning several decades. Hameed started their career in 1976 at Globe Industries, Inc (Uni-Keller - Rieter) as a Chemical Engineer and later worked as a Senior Chemical Engineer and Manager of Product Development. In 1986, they joined UGN, Inc. as the Director of Research & Development, where they played a key role in developing various damping and NVH Fiber & Foam Insulator products. Hameed then moved on to work at Autoneum Holding AG, where they held several positions including Vice President of Research & Development, Vice President of Technology Transfer, and Director of Carpet Product Development. In 2014 and 2016, they served as an Adjunct Professor and Limited-term Lecturer, respectively, at Purdue University Northwest. Hameed also briefly worked as the Director of Innovation Development at Applied Acoustics International® in 2018.

Hameed Khan's education history starts with earning an AS degree in Pre-Engineering from D J Science College in 1968. Hameed then obtained a Diploma in Science from Saint Mary's High School in 1966.

Continuing their education, they pursued a BSc in Industrial Technology at the University of Sindh, completing it in an unknown year.

Hameed Khan furthered their studies by enrolling in Tri-State University, where they earned a BS in Chemical Engineering with a specialization in Chemical Engineering & Polymer Science in 1976.

Later, they attended Indiana Wesleyan University, where they graduated with a Master of Science (MS) degree in Business Administration and Management, General in 1991.

The most recent academic achievement recorded for Hameed Khan is a Master of Science (MS) in Technology, focusing on Organizational Leadership and Innovation Management from Purdue University Northwest in 2014.


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  • Vice President Technology Transfer

    2006 - present

  • Director Of Carpet Product Development Bloomsburg PA Interim

    May, 2007

  • Vice President Research Development

    November, 1992

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