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Stress Engineering Services Appoints Kenneth Bhalla as Chief Technology Officer

Kenneth Bhalla, PhD, PEHOUSTON, TX (March 6, 2019) – Stress Engineering Services, Inc., (SES) the global leader in consulting engineering services, has promoted Kenneth Bhalla to chief technology officer (CTO).

Prior to his promotion, Bhalla led SES’ drilling, completion and intervention systems sub-practice and was one of the key architects of the company’s award-winning Realtime Fatigue Monitoring System® (RFMS®). He has more than 20 years of experience in technology, software and hardware development solutions, business intelligence and corporate strategy, together with technical sales and marketing.

Jack Miller, president, SES, said, “Thanks to his inventive, collaborative spirit, Kenneth has long been a respected and successful leader at SES. As CTO, he will oversee our entire product and service portfolio and lead the effort in developing a long-term technology strategy for SES as the company furthers its commitment to bringing innovation to the marketplace.”

Bhalla said, “It is with great respect and honor that I take on the role of CTO at SES. One of my key goals is to work with our teams to deliver even more innovative products onto the commercial market that add value for our clients. With our incredible team of subject matter experts and our creative company culture, together we will lay down an innovative technology roadmap.”

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Kenneth Bhalla is a principal and Chief Technology Officer at Stress Engineering Services. He has more than 20-yrs of experience spanning various technology developments, software and hardware development solutions, enabling technology, process development, , client training,  business intelligence and corporate strategy, together with technical sales and marketing. Bhalla holds a B.Sc (Eng) and M.Sc (Eng) in Aeronautical Engineering with fluid and structural mechanics and mathematics, from Imperial College, University of London. He also holds a Ph.D in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics from Cornell University.