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University Education

Institution Degree Year
Northeastern University , United States BSc (Mechanical Engineering) 1985-1989
M.I.T , United States Student in SCHEME (Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs) Class of 1986
Indiana University , United States Student in SCHEME (Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs) Class of 1989
Boston University , United States Graduate Student (Manufacturing Systems Engineering Course) Class of 1989


Kevin Dye, B.S.M.E.

Undergraduate Northeastern University, Class of 1985 Completed 5 year Program in 4 years while Co-Founding Decision Support Systems Development Incorporated Baccalaureate of Science in Mechanical Engineering with Focus on Thermodynamical Systems, Pre-Med & Computer Science Faculty Voted Ingersol Rand Award for Seniors for "Academic Performance, Contribution to University Life, and Professional Promise" Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society Pi Tau Sigma, Mechanical Engineering Honor Society Member, Engineering Council President, American Society of Mechanical Engineering, Student Chapter Leader of the A.S.M.E. Human Powered Vehicle Contest Member of & Choreographer for the N.U. Dance Company

Graduate Student in SCHEME: Structure & Interpretation of Computer Programs, M.I. T. Department of Computer Science, 1986 Student in SCHEME: Structure & Interpretation of Computer Programs at Indiana University - Bloomington, 1989

Boston University, Manufacturing Systems Engineering Course, 1992

Independent Study at the University of Massachusetts Amherst with the Chairman of the National Science Foundation Design Methodology Directorate on Object Oriented & Parametric Design, 1993

Reader, MIT-United Technologies Corporation Industrial Liaison Program 1985-1995 Reader, Carnegie Mellon-United Technologies Corporation Industrial Liaison Program 1985-1995 Reader, Rensalaer-United Technologies Corporation Industrial Liaison Program 1985-1995

Numerical Methods Course, Hartford Graduate Center, 1987

Flexible Manufaturing Systems, Price Waterhouse, Otis Elevator, 1989

Shingujutsu Consultants, Creators of the Toyoto Production System & Total Quality Management, Kaizen Program at Otis Elevator, Bloomington, Indiana, 1990

Object Oriented Analysis & Design, General Electric, at The United Technologies Research Center, 1993

Interpretive Structural Modeling, at Ford Motor Company, 1993-95

National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, Rapid Response Manufacturing, Advanced Technology Program in the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Participant in The International Conference on Enterprise Integration Modeling Technologies, Online, 1992-94

Schlaer-Mellor Real Time Analysis System taught at he United Technologies Research Center, 1993

Rapid Prototyping Program at United Technologies Research Center, 1992-94

Sloan Visiting Fellow, 1994-95, Sloan School at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 1994-95

- Interpretive Structural Modeling with Temporal Modal Logic Inquiring System for the Process Handbook Project, The Center for Coordination Science, M.I.T.
- Participant in The Management of Technology Program, MIT
- Participant in the Organizations of the 21st Century Program, MIT

Graduate Certificate in Publishing at Emerson College, 2000-01