Tufts Gordon Institute Welcomes Four New Faculty
From experience in medical device startups to innovation technology consulting, to Six Sigma quality management, this fall’s new faculty members present a wide range of expertise. Learn more about these new lecturers’ impressive backgrounds.
Daniel Hannon – Experience Design
Dr. Hannon is a Professor of the Practice in Human Factors at Tufts University Department of Mechanical Engineering. Presently, his work is focused in multiple areas, including transportation human factors, medical product design, educational technology, team performance, and the use of technology in mental health practice. Read more.
Kishore K. Pochampally – Quantifying Process Capability; Systems Engineering, Reliability and Failure; Design of Experiments and Process Control; Project Management and Software Methodologies
Kishore Pochampally is an Associate Professor and the Chairperson of the Department of Quantitative Studies, Operations and Project Management at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). Prior to SNHU, he worked as a post-doctoral fellow at M.I.T. Sloan School of Management. Read more.
Irina Sigalovsky – Systematic Innovation
Irina Sigalovsky is a Principal and Director of the Training Practice at GEN3 Partners, Inc. Irina leverages TRIZ-based methodology for systematic innovation to help clients focus their innovation investments, cut costs and accelerate new product development.
Josh Wiesman – Entrepreneurship & Business Planning
Josh Wiesman is the President and CEO of Precision Ventures, a Boston based operational fund that develops and licenses “small ball” medical and consumer products. His current focus is on airway management in anesthesia and infant/child products for feeding and drinking. Read more.