Darius E. Adamczyk

April 4, 2016

Darius E. Adamczyk (BS ELEC EGR ’88; Computer EGR ’88) has been appointed to the newly created role of president and chief operating officer at Honeywell, effective April 4. He will report to chairman and CEO Dave Cote.

The heads of all Honeywell businesses along with HOS Gold will report to Adamczyk, 50, who will be an executive officer of the corporation.

"Honeywell's success over the past decade has set the stage for continued growth of our dynamic portfolio," Cote said. "Our growth strategy focuses on winning in high-growth regions, blending superior software capabilities with our advanced physical technologies to excel as a cyber-industrial company, and effectively using HOS Gold to achieve breakthrough goals with small company speed. Having a proven leader as our COO will enable us to more rapidly achieve these critical growth priorities."

Adamczyk was born in Poland and emigrated to the United States at age 11, speaking no English at the time. He went to Michigan State University and earned a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering before attending Syracuse University for his master's degree in computer engineering, and Harvard University for his MBA.

He is an eight-year veteran of Honeywell.

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