Patrick B. Stickler, Ph.D., P.E.
Associate Technical Fellow
The Boeing Company
Dr. Patrick B. Stickler, Boeing Phantom Works Research Engineer. Dr. Stickler received a BS degree in Industrial Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. He has Master of Science degrees from Lehigh University and the University of Washington in Manufacturing Systems and Mechanical Engineering, respectively. His Ph.D. is in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington. His doctoral research work was on mechanical behavior and failure mechanisms of composite T-Joint with transverse stitching. Dr. Stickler has worked at Boeing for the past 15 years in manufacturing, design, and research engineering. He is currently on assignment with the 787 Program in Everett, Washington as an Associate Technical Fellow in Technology Integration.
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, August 2001, University of Washington.
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, August 1998, University of Washington.
M.S. Manufacturing Systems Engineering, January 1990, Lehigh University.
B.S. Industrial Engineering, June 1987, Pennsylvania State University.