Diana Grauer, Ph.D., is Director of Research and Chief Research Engineer for TechnipFMC, managing research and development across the organization. Diana joined TechnipFMC as Director of External Technology Engagement leading TechnipFMC’s Venturing, Open Innovation, and Technology Watch programs.
Diana joined TechnipFMC from Hoerbiger, where she was Vice President of Engineering. Prior to joining Hoerbiger, Diana held various management roles within Cameron, OneSubsea, and Schlumberger. Diana joined Schlumberger from the U.S. Department of Energy, where she was a Research Engineer and Laboratory Program Manager for the Department of Energy Efficiency & Industrial Technology department at the Idaho National Laboratory.
Diana has also taught Mechanical Engineering courses at Idaho State University and Kansas State University. Diana holds both a B.Sc. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Kansas State University where she graduated with honors.