Company: World Organization of Societal Systems Engineering Inc.
Location: Mukilteo, WA, United States
Dr. Dieter Feldmann started his career in 1961 with the U.S. Air Force and worked on aircraft design. He then got involved working with the United Nations and progressed throughout the U.S. and European industry in successive global assignments. His experience inspired him to established World Organization of Societal Systems Engineering, a nonprofit organization that conducts societal impact studies and develops holistic approaches to achieve business and societal sustainability solutions.
A physicist with a strong engineering skill set, Dr. Feldmann is responsible for advertising the company, coaching, and preparing school systems for the necessity to teach. He looks to empower individuals, organizations and societies while improving the quality of life by offering solutions that solve societal problems and strengthen business initiatives. Dr. Feldmann’s holistic view on the societal development of the 21st century is what enables him to develop innovative solutions and programs that assist in solving complex issues.
Throughout his career, Dr. Feldmann has worked in the field of societal systems engineering, in infrastructure design and implementation, in India, China, the Republic of South Africa, the Republic of Singapore, and the Russian Federation in Moscow. He served as a senior adviser, part-time general manager, senior technical adviser, contractor and management representative for a variety of companies, and also taught at Georgia Tech, the University of Stuttgart and the University of Bochum. He is still a referee for graduate students at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
Dr. Feldmann is a highly accomplished professional who has garnered 51 years of experience. He has been credited with contributing to the safe design of aircraft and airships against atmospheric electricity (lightning) and the protection of helicopters and ships against ballistic threats, such as projectiles, fragments and pressure waves from explosives. He also helped to set up the national STQC Standards, Test and Quality Certification Network and led India into full membership in the International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC), and has worked on various projects that promote sustainability and socio-economic success.
Dr. Feldmann earned a Ph.D. in technical physics at Technical University, Vienna, a master’s degree in illumination engineering at The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, and a master’s degree in material science at Technical University, Vienna. He is a fellow of the UK Institute of Quality.