Dr. Anthony Barrese

INDUSTRY PROFESSOR & DEAN FOR UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
School: School of Systems & Enterprises
Building: Babbio Center
Room: 5th Floor
Phone: 201.216.8768
Fax: 201.216.5541
Email: abarrese@stevens.edu
Education
  • PhD (1978), Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Master of Electrical Engineering (1971), Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Bachelor of Engineering (1970), Stevens Institute of Technology.

Managerial Training Programs
:
  • Advanced Management Program, Wharton (1987)
  • Executive Program in Marketing & Financial Management, Columbia University (1988,1990)
  • International Management Program, Indiana University (1996)
Research
  • System & Enterprise Architectures
  • Strategic Architectures
  • R&D Governance
General Information

Anthony Barrese came to Stevens from NCR where he was a company officer, and vice president and general manager of the Teradata Industry Application Division and the Network Products Division. He has had thirty-five years of corporate planning, systems engineering and architecture, product management, product development, manufacturing and quality management experience. Prior to NCR, he worked at Bell Laboratories and AT&T on a variety of computing, voice and data communication programs. He teaches courses in systems engineering.

Experience
  • STEVENS INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY, 2005 – Present, Industry Professor – Systems Engineering & Engineering Management  
  • SETON HALL UNIVERSITY, 2004, Adjunct Faculty - Department of Mathematics & Computer Science
  • NCR CORPORATION, 1991-2004, Vice President & General Manager  (2002-2004)-Chief of Staff; (1996-2002)-Teradata Industry Solutions Division; (1991-1996)-Network Products Division; (1995 – 1997)-Computer Systems Quality
  • AT&T COMPUTER SYSTEMS, 1984-1991  (1988-1991)-Director, Product Line Planning & Product Management; (1984-1988)-Department Head, UNIX Systems Engineering & Product Management
  • BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES,1969-1984  (1978-1984)-Supervisor, Systems Engineering and Development; (1970-1978)-Member of Technical Staff - Variety of Voice & Data Communication System programs -and the Safeguard System.

Institutional Service
(Faculty) Member of the Board of Trustees, 2011-2015
(Faculty) Member of the Board's Finance Committee, 2015-2017
(Ex Officio) Member of the Faculty Senate, 2011-2015
Member of the Academic Council, 2017-2019
Honors & Awards
Henry Morton Distinguished Teaching Professor
Tau Beta Pi Alumnus.

 

Appointments
Interim Vice Provost for Academics, 2018-2019
Interim Dean, School of Systems & Enterprises, 2017
Associate Dean, School of Systems & Enterprises, 2010-2018
Professional Societies
Senior Member of the IEEE
Member of ASEE 
Member of INCOSE
Selected Publications
Magazines
  1. Barrese. (Jul 1988). "The Standards Game", UNIX Review.
  2. Barrese. (1998). "Electronic Commerce & Data Warehousing", TeleTimes, (3).
Conference Proceedings
  1. Barrese. "UNIX System V Directions", Compcon 1987.
  2. Barrese. "Challenges Related to Implementing OSI", ENE 92.
  3. Barrese. "(Teradata Datawarehouse) Industry Solutions: the BIG Picture", Partners 2000.
Journals
  1. Barrese & Shapiro. (Nov 1979). "Structuring Programs for Efficient Operation in Virtual Memory Systems", IEEE Transactions of Software Engineering.
  2. Barrese, Parker, Robbins & Steele. (Sep 1983). "Total Network Data System: Environment and Objectives", The Bell System Technical Journal.
  3. Barrese, Bayer & Kevorkian. (1988). "Open Systems and AT&Ts Application Operating Environment", AT&T Technology, 3 (3).
Courses
  • SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering
  • SYS 650 System Architecture and Design