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Former Lecturers

Richard Scotti (USA ) -

Richard Scotti (USA )

Field Systems Engineering, Self Development and Self Management.
Education Post-doctoral research fellowship at Cambridge University (UK), M.I.T. and Brown University
Ph.D. in Engineering & Applied Sciences from the University of California in Berkeley
M.Sc. in Engineering from the University of California in Berkeley
Bio Prof. Scotti was a Professor of engineering management at the George Washington University from 1990-2001. He performed US Government-sponsored research projects for strategic analysis and planning, re-engineering of research laboratories for the US Army, redesign of safety management for the US Dept. of Energy, sustainable technology and transfer to developing countries for the United Nations. Prof Scotti has published over 75 professional papers and currently leads self-development and management training seminars in the USA, Canada and Europe. In the context of his focus on sustainability and ICT for Development he has been working on projects for The World Bank, the GTZ German Society for Technical Cooperation, InWent, among other international development aid agencies
Courses Richard Scotti has taught "Self-Engineering" since the Winter Semester 2002 and "Qualitative Methods" in the Winter Semesters 2005/06 and 2006/07 at ISNM.