People

ASM Consortium Director: Tom Williams

Tom is Program Manager for Operator Effectiveness at Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS). He holds Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University and Rutgers University, respectively. Tom’s career includes roles in R&D at Mobil Oil and Mobil Chemical, and in Process Development & Design, Plant Optimization, and Automation at Honeywell’s Chemical Company, Honeywell Performance Materials and Technology. He has served as Operator Effectiveness Leader since 2008 and been actively involved in the ASM Consortium since 2006.

Tom joined Honeywell Process Solutions after completing the Geismar Automation Showcase, a joint project of Honeywell Process Solutions and Honeywell Performance Materials & Technology (PM&T). The Geismar Automation Showcase, sponsored by our Chairman Dave Cote, demonstrates that Honeywell’s automation technologies and solutions drive value in its own chemical facilities. Tom holds three patents, and is a certified Six Sigma black belt.
 
Contact information: thomas.n.williams@honeywell.com ; +1 804 515-1506

 

 ASM Consortium Development and Deployment Manager: Andrew Ogden-Swift

Andrew Ogden-Swift is Director of Technology Strategy at Honeywell Process Solutions and provides a focal point for ASM related product development on the ASM Consortium. Andrew holds a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Leeds and has worked in a range of roles in process control for 30 years. Prior to joining Honeywell in 1993, Andrew also worked for Esso, KBC Process Automation and ABB.

 

 Contact information: andrew.ogden-swift@honeywell.com ; +44 1489 890203 

 
ASM Consortium Principal Investigator: Dr. Paul Derby
 

Paul is a Senior Experience Designer in the Global Experience Design studio within Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions.  Paul has a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology with an emphasis in Human Factors from Texas Tech University.  At Texas Tech University, Paul’s primary research interest was the application of Self-Regulated Learning Theory to simulation-based training.  At Honeywell, Paul assists product teams with conducting in-context user research and developing a strategy to improve end-to-end user experience through human-centered design.  Most recently, Paul has consulted with product teams within the process, mobility, and life safety domains.  In addition, Paul has contributed to research conducted within the ASM Consortium since 2012.  

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Contact information: Paul.Derby@Honeywell.com; +1 763-954-5794 

ASM Consortium Marketing and Program Manager: Subhankar Dey

 

Subhankar Dey is Senior Marketing Specialist, ASM at Honeywell Technology Solutions. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering Degree from National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India. Subhankar has more than 14 years of industrial experience in automation and process control with hands on experience in Chemical, Copper and Glass Industries. In his tenure in Honeywell, Subhankar has worked in various product management roles in marketing and technology for several  Honeywell Process Solution product businesses including Experion HMI. At ASM Consortium Subhankar is responsible for program management, marketing initiatives, communications and value management.

Contact information: subhankar.dey@honeywell.com ; +91 452 2488070 71344 

 
 
ASM Consortium User Member Company Representatives
BP: Zaid Rawi (rawiz@bp.com)
Sasol: Jonathan Parsons (jonathan.parsons@sasol.com)
 
 
 
 
ASM Consortium Associate Member Company Representatives
UOP: Bryan Garney (bryan.garney@uop.com)

 

 

 

 
ASM Consortium University Member Representatives
PennState:  Dr.Ling Rothrock, Associate Professor, (lxr28@engr.psu.edu)
NTU: Moon Seung Ki, Assistant Professor (skmoon@ntu.edu.sg)
 
 

 

 

ASM Consortium Website Management
ASM Website Manager (HL-ASM-WEBMGR@Honeywell.com)