Mr. Juhasz is a practicing systems engineer and entrepreneur with 40 years experience in various industry sectors, including energy, automotive, aerospace, and telecommunications. He is an INCOSE CSEP (Certified Systems Engineering Professional), and has been involved with INCOSE since its inception in 1991. He was a founder and first president of the Cleveland/Northern Ohio chapter of INCOSE, and chair of regional conferences focused on systems methods in the energy sector. Mr. Juhasz supported systems engineering activities in various programs in aerospace, including NASA’s International Space Station and the Constellation System space exploration program, among others, applying general systems engineering practices and model-based engineering methods. In his experience with automotive systems development Mr. Juhasz holds ten patents dealing with technical innovation on vehicle information systems and adaptive braking systems. He was awarded the coveted Rockwell “Engineer of the Year” award for his innovative work on vehicle information systems.
Mr. Juhasz holds Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Cleveland State University, and a Master of Business Administration from University of Detroit. He served as Adjunct Professor at Baldwin Wallace College in the MBA and EMBA programs, teaching Management Decision Models and Information Systems.