University of Delaware - College of Engineering
ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Joseph Bordogna
University of Pennsylvania

ECE 2010-2011
Distinguished Lecturer Series

"Life at the Edge - Embracing Cacophony, Enabling Symphony"


Joseph Bordogna
University of Pennsylvania
October 27, 2010
3:00 PM
204 Kirkbride

Joseph Bordogna is Alfred Fitler Moore Professor of Eng. at the Univ. of Pennsylvania where he served as Director of The Moore School and Dean of the School of Eng. and Applied Science.  His career includes experience as an officer in the U.S. Navy, an engineer in industry, a presidential appointee in the federal government, and President of IEEE.  From 1991 to 2005, he served at NSF, first as head of the Directorate for Eng., then as Deputy Director and COO.  Complementary to these tasks he was a member of the President's Management Council and chaired committees in the President's National Science and Technology Council.  He holds B.S.E.E. and Ph.D. degrees from Penn, the S.M. degree from MIT, and several honorary doctorate degrees.  Presently, he is working with integrative teams focused on developing talent, techniques, and tools necessary for regional prosperity.  A Fellow of IEEE and Eminent Member of Eta Kappa Nu, he received the IEEE Mulligan Education Award, the NSF Distinguished Service Medal, was elected to the ASEE Hall of Fame of Eng. Educators, and a plateau in Antarctica is named Bordogna Plateau in recognition of his NSF Antarctic activities.

 

Current Lectures

2011 - 2012 Lecturer Series

 

Past Lectures
2010 - 2011 Lecturer Series

2009 - 2010 Lecturer Series


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