Dr. Eduardo Miranda
Associate Teaching Professor
A native of Argentina, Eduardo Miranda has an extensive industry experience as a software developer, project leader, and manager. Before joining Carnegie Mellon University he worked for companies such as Ericsson (1996 – 2005) and Lockheed Martin (1991–1996) and taught courses as an adjunct professor at universities in Argentina and Canada, where he lived for nearly 20 years. In 2014 Eduardo received the Master of Software Engineering Coach Award for Outstanding Teaching and Mentorship.
Eduardo is the author of "Running the Hi-Tech Project Office," a handbook for setting-up project management offices based on his experience in this area while at Ericsson and has contributed a chapter to the book "Introduction to Combinatorial Testing." He has authored numerous articles on the use of Petri Nets in software development, requirements analysis, release planning, the use of reliability growth models in project management, estimation techniques, and the calculation of contingency funds for projects.
Eduardo has a Bachelor of Science in Systems Analysis from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina; a Master of Engineering from the University of Ottawa, Canada; a Master Of Science in Project Management from the University of Linköping, Sweden; and a PhD in Software Engineering from the École de Technologie Supérieure – Université du Québec.