Mr. Bobby Rauf is the President, Chief Consultant and a Senior Instructor at Sem-Train, LLC. Mr. Rauf has over 25 years of experience in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate Engineering, Science, Math, Business Administration and MBA courses, seminars, and workshops. Mr. Rauf earned his BS in Electrical Engineering, with honors, from NC State University, Raleigh, NC, USA. He earned his Executive MBA degree from Pfeiffer University Misenheimer, NC, US. Mr. Rauf is registered (PE) Professional Engineer, in the State of North Carolina (License/Reg. # 021995) and is a Certified Energy Manager.
Mr. Rauf was inducted as “Legend in Energy” by AEE, in 2014. He is a published author of multiple engineering and energy books and professional development courses. He holds a patent in process controls technology. Mr. Rauf is a member of ASEE, American Society of Engineering Education.
Mr. Rauf is certified to instruct various engineering, ergonomics, and industrial safety courses. He has conducted certification training and trained engineers for Professional Engineering licensure exams in the United States, The United Kingdom, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, The Netherlands and Ukraine, over the past ten years.
Mechanical and Industrial/Systems Engineer with over 25 years of experience in the marine and facilities engineering fields. Provided design support and logistics analysis for the development of new facilities/assets, and modification of existing systems.
Currently working as an independent consultant, training engineers in the preparation for FE and PE exams, conducted by NCEES. I have trained more than 1500 engineers throughout the US, and overseas (KSA), with a passage rate of more than 90%, on the first attempt. The notes for FE and PE were developed over a period of three years. These notes consist of problems the students can be expected to solve in the NCEES exam.
After twenty years as a process engineer and manager in the petrochemical industry, mostly with Atlantic Richfield, Inc., Gennaro (Jerry) Maffia joined Widener University in the fall of 1992 as Chairman of the Department of Chemical Engineering. In 2010, Prof. Maffia retired from Widener as Emeritus Professor joined his alma mater, Manhattan College, as Professor of Chemical Engineering. He served as Interim Department Chair at Manhattan from 2014 to 2016. In the fall of 2016, Prof. Maffia received grants for Process Intensification from the Department of Energy.