Lynn Robert Carter: holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder; an M.S. in Mathematics (specialization in Computer Science) and a B.S. in Mathematics (specialization in Computer Science) from Portland State University.
Carter has served as both an academic at Carnegie Mellon University and one of its subsidiaries, iCarnegie, Inc (subsidiary of Carnegie Mellon University) for 23 years.
Additionally, he has 17 years of industrial software development and research experience at major companies including Tektronix, Motorola, GenRad, and several high-tech startups.
His Academic experience includes:
At Carnegie Mellon Carter was active at the Software Engineering Institute on major projects with the United States Strategic Command, Naval Space Command, Air Force Material Command, and the Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity. He is the founder, architect, and lead professor of two Professional Master’s Degree programs at Carnegie Mellon’s innovative Silicon Valley Campus. Carter also served Carnegie Mellon at its Qatar Campus in the Middle East, and has supported programs in Japan, India, Kazakhstan, and Mexico.
Carter served the software profession as a member and officer of IFIP Working Group 2.4 earning the coveted Silver Core Award; and served at ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) as a Computing Accreditation Commission evaluator, commissioner, and member of the Executive Committee for over 10 years.
Martin Radley Martin Radley holds a M.S. in Software Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. He also served on the faculty at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley, where he designed, developed, and coached students through professional master’s programs using a story-centered, learning-by-doing pedagogy.
Radley has developed and taught courses on software methodology (agile and traditional), project, portfolio and people management for Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley’s ‘learn-by-doing’ Master’s Degree programs.
He has co-developed and taught courses on managing outsourced software development projects covering the outsourcing lifecycle, defining the outsourcing strategy, building a successful supplier selection process, identifying the true costs of doing business, project monitoring based on SLAs and building partnerships with suppliers. He has also developed and taught courses on software project management for Carnegie Mellon University’s Executive Education programs and has coached teams of adult learners through Carnegie Mellon’s Silicon Valley’s Master’s Degree programs.
Radley recently designed and implemented a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) curriculum using Lego MindStorm Robots for a high school in India. The students were constantly working collaboratively in teams, effectively communicating their experiences and honing professional skills – all while having fun.
Vipul Seth has nearly two decades of experience in sales & marketing, product strategy, innovation, alliances and business development, especially for entering new markets. His experience is spread across various industries, including education, technology, training, skills development, content and international collaborations etc. in various companies such as (iCarnegie Global solutions, (a subsidiary of Carnegie Mellon University), Panopto Inc, Hero Mindmine (Hero Group) & Aspire Human Capital Pvt. Ltd.), KPO (WNS), retail banking (HDFC Bank Ltd), credit cards (American Express) and manufacturing (Daubert VCI), where he was actively involved in designing the launch of products, promotional plans, media releases, franchise development, brand building and extensive sales & marketing, to establish & build brands and generate revenue.
Seth is a management graduate, specializing in Marketing and hold a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Delhi University.