Brett Berlin

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Instructor, Data Analytics Engineering

Contact Information

Building: Research Hall
Room 370
Mailbox: 4A7


F. Brett Berlin's passion for new value creation is built on over 40 years of professional experience innovating and advocating for innovators applying leading-edge information solutions to mission challenges. He has served with outstanding teams in various roles, including senior strategy executive, consultant, and mentor; applied information and systems technologist; collaborative leader; computer scientist, and public policy entrepreneur. 

His teaching focus spans emerging cyber-physical challenges/opportunities, global ICT & ethics. He also serves as a strategy advisor and mentor to public and private sector innovators and entrepreneurs and as a public speaker (emerging challenges, innovation opportunities, and ethics). His core interests include public policy, high-performance computing, emerging big data, health informatics, and digital economy and governance challenges. 

In addition to teaching and mentoring, Berlin seeks new capstone engagements with high-quality, core-value-centered innovation teams -- collaborating to address societal and market challenges with cyber-physical and policy innovation. Specifically, sustainable solutions can deliver at the intersection of innovative value creation, human aspiration, and strategic vision.