Eric R. Engelmann
Mr. Engelmann has 21 years experience in systems engineering, computer programming, data communications, technical training, consulting, and technology business management, with a recent focus on Internet publishing and knowledge management. His training experience includes diverse courses for computer professionals and professional users, including operating systems support, PC hardware, PC memory management, analog and digital electronics design, calculus, matrix algebra, local area networks, information security, CD-ROM production, data communications, and many Internet related courses.
Designed and delivered Internet courses for the World Bank, EMS Consulting, CPSI, and Naclerio Associates, including: Practical HTML Publishing, Professional HTML Publishing, Internet Publishing, Internet Assistant, Internet Applications, Advanced Netscape, Intro Internet, Advanced Internet Mail, Advanced Web Publishing I & II, Advanced Web Design seminars, WinVN, Web Publishing with Office97, and Internet MultiMedia.
Mr. Engelmann has broad experience with a wide variety of PC and other software since 1982. He has 10 years experience as a professional programmer.
Mr. Engelmann has completed graduate courses in computer design, worked on a variety of computer/datacomm system designs for various US Department of Defense projects, and is expert with current office technology hardware.
BA, Natural Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, 1977
Graduate Studies, Computer and Electronics Engineering, George Mason University, 1982-1986
In addition to managing his own international consulting, programming, publishing, software retail, and training company from 1984 to the present, Mr. Engelmann has been employed by:
The World Bank (Trainer, Consultant), 1988-Present
ACM (Amsterdam - Trainer, Programmer, Consultant), 1987
US Geological Survey (Programmer), 1984
George Mason University (Teaching Assistant), 1983-1984
BDM International (Associate Staff Member/Leader), 1984-1988
Computer Sciences Corporation (AMTS-B, Assoc. Engineer, Engineer), 1977-1982
National Institutes of Health (Jr. Federal Fellow), 1973-1976
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