2018 Engineering Leader Under 40: Ryan Queen

Research and Development Sr. Mechanical Engineer of Advanced Technology, Siemens, Norwood, OH, United States

By McKenzie Burns, Production Coordinator September 13, 2018

Ryan Queen, 36
R&D Sr. Mechanical Engineer of Advanced Technology
Siemens, Norwood, OH, United States
BS Mechanical Engineering, The Ohio State University

Ryan’s patented ideas on technologies like high speed yet low vibration motors have allowed the industry to realize higher process efficiencies and ultimately provide a greener plant environment.  Not only has he helped advance engineering technology, but he is also a strong advocate of engineering through his participation with the global community within Siemens and in global technical conferences such as IEEE-PCIC.  His ability to lead local and global projects demonstrates his ability to be a team player as well. Ryan holds 1 patent, 2 pending patents and 2 disclosed inventions.  As an active IEEE member, he has written 2 technical papers for the IEEE-PCIC conference and his work on projects has been recognized in magazines like Plant Engineering.  He is a member of the Siemens Global Network of Competency (NOC) and contributes to the Rotor Dynamics & Noise and Machine Vibration groups.  In addition to his work with the global community, Ryan also leads and supports the USA based NOC for Rotor Dynamics and Finite Element Analysis groups.

Fun Fact: Ryan enjoys spending time with his family and volunteers at the YMCA as a soccer coach.