The Catholic University of America

Jeffrey E. Giangiuli

Director, Engineering Management Program
Room 100, Pangborn Hall
School of Engineering
The Catholic University of America
Washington, DC 20064
Voice: (202) 319-5191
Fax: (202) 319-6860

E-Mail: Giangiuli@cua.edu
 

Course Taught:

CMGT 505: Decision Analysis

CMGT 562 Engineering Risk Management


Education:

M.S.E. (Engineering Management), The Catholic University of America, 1991
U.S.Navy Officers Nuclear Power Program
B.S. (Systems Engineering), United States Naval Academy, 1984
 

Research Interests:

The application of multi-attribute utility analysis as well as systems analysis and engineering economics to the implementation of environmental, safety, and health regulations.

Professional Experience:

Mr. Giangiuli has been a lecturer in The Catholic University of America Engineering Management Program since the Spring 1992 semester. He has instructed graduate students in the areas of engineering economics, systems analysis, and decision analysis. He is a qualified Nuclear Plant Engineer and Nuclear Weapons Officer, and is a registered Engineer-In-Training.

Mr. Giangiuli is presently associated with the engineering consulting firm, Strategic Management Initiatives, Inc., which is located in Gaithersburg, MD. This firm specializes in assisting the Departments of Defense and Energy to address environmental, safety and health requirements through various management systems including the application of multi-attribute utility theory. Mr. Giangiuli recently served as the lead technical analyst for the Department of Energy's efforts to stabilize and deactivate excess nuclear material and surplus facilities. Mr. Giangiuli is also a Lieutenant Commander in the Naval Reserve and is an active member of St. Peter's Catholic Church in Libertytown, MD.

Recent Publications:

Nuclear Material Stabilization Plan (Department of Energy's response to the Defense Nuclear Facility Safety Board), February 1995.

Application of the Risk-based Priority Model to Prioritize Environment, Safety, and Health Upgrades (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory), August 1992.