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Claudius A. Carnegie
He a licensed professional engineer in numerous jurisdictions,
who is currently working as the Environmental Engineer in
the Maintenance and Operations Department for the Miami-Dade County Public Schools. He was formerly an Adjunct
Professor in Engineering at Miami-Dade Community College, Kendall Campus (1995 to 1997), Miami, Florida, USA,
and he is currently (1997 to present date) an Adjunct Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Florida
International University (FIU) in Miami, Florida, USA. He is also a Research Associate in the International Hurricane
Center at FIU, involved with applied research in hurricane modification. He is a FAA licensed commercial pilot with
multi- and instrument- ratings for fixed wing land airplanes. Since university graduation in 1971, he has amassed a long
and varied history of professional civil, structural and transportation engineering accomplishments in the UK, Canada,
USA and the Caribbean, including but not limited to general administration, project/construction management of civil,
transportation and facilities type projects. Also, he has been teaching various business, engineering and mathematics
related courses at the community college and university level, in the USA and Canada, since 1980. He is currently an
active participant, web site architect and contributor in the NASA funded ALLSTAR project.
He holds a B. Sc.(Honors) degree in civil engineering from Loughborough University of Technology in the UK, as well as
a M. Eng. degree in civil/structural/transportation engineering from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
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