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Scott Curran, East Tennessee Clean Fuels board member and group leader for Fuel Science and Engine Technologies Research at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, has been named a Fellow of SAE International and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, or ASME.

Curran is one of only 24 fellows selected from the more than 128,000 SAE members and one of only 3,336 fellows selected out of the 69,247 ASME members.

SAE recognized Curran for his distinguished contributions to transportation science, including advancing real-world advanced combustion strategies, alternative fuels utilization, and next-generation vehicle technologies for a more sustainable mobility future.

Scott has co-founded and co-chaired two SAE Range Extender Symposiums, organized more than 45 SAE technical sessions, given more than 10 SAE invited presentations, and co-authored 24 SAE papers. Curran is a past recipient of the SAE International Stefan Pischinger Award for Young Industry Leadership and the Forest R. McFarland Award.

Read the full news release here.