Michael C. Pennotti, PhD
Distinguished Service Professor & Director
- Ph.D. - Polytechnic Institute of New York (Electrical Engineering)
- M.S. - Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (Electrical Engineering)
- B.E.E. - Manhattan College (Electrical Engineering)
Dr. Pennotti’s research analysis includes Organizational Systems, Intersection of Software and Systems Engineering, Quality Management and Improvement, and Applications of Complexity Theory to Systems Engineering and Architecting.
He has over 30 years of industry research experience, including the design, analysis, and improvement of the operational performance in three generations of anti-submarine warfare systems for the United States Navy. He has also played an integral role in helping develop and execute people strategies within international organizations.
Dr. Pennotti is a member of the International Council on Systems Engineering, a senior member of both the IEEE and the American Society for Quality, a former trustee of Caldwell College, and a graduate of the AEA/Stanford Executive Institute for Technology Executives. His research and academic contributions have also resulted in becoming the recipient of the Henry Morton Distinguished Teaching Professor Award in 2006.
Research Projects Interests
Awards and HonorsHenry Morton Distinguished Teaching Professor (2006)
Professional Organizations and Societies
- Dr. Pennotti is a member of the International Council on Systems Engineering, a senior member of both the IEEE and the American Society for Quality, and a former trustee of Caldwell College.
- He is also a graduate of the AEA/Stanford Executive Institute for Technology Executives.