Location: Tewksbury, Massachusetts, United States
Michael Dediu, President at DERC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mathematics and computer science engineering.
Dr. Dediu became involved in this profession as it stemmed from his early passion and interest in mathematics. This nascent interest lent itself well to computers, since computers are largely designed and programmed with mathematics. Since 2010, Dr. Dediu has provided his expertise in this realm for his current company, DERC. Prior to serving as its president, he was a computer specialist for the federal government, vice president of engineering at Artificial Life, director of MIS for Parexel and senior consultant for IBM among a variety of other positions. In the early days of his career in the 1960s and 1970s, Dr. Dediu was a researcher and educator at such institutions as the University of Bucharest, the University of Turin and Case Western Reserve University.
Dr. Dediu holds a Master of Science and PhD in his respective fields which have aided in his work. In 1977, he received awards from Oberwolfach in Germany and the Nazionale delle Ricerche in Italy for his research and mathematics work. He is a member of the IEEE, the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, the Mathematics Association of American, the American Mathematics Society and the Library of Computer Sciences. He has written and published a number of works throughout the duration of his career, including “Lens Spaces” in 1972, “Immersions of Projective Spaces in Euclidean Spaces” in 1973 and “Vector Fields on Three Dimensional Lens Spaces” in 1974.
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