Bio for Alberto Guzman

 

    Alberto Guzman joined Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in 1967 and served this institution for more than 35 years.  As a vice president and director of the Carnegie Mellon Research Institute, he and his team of scientists and engineers performed extensive high technology research for the Federal government and many domestic and foreign corporations.

 

As an amateur photographer, he enjoyed taking pictures of interesting and beautiful places he visited during his worldwide travels.  He has received many invitations to share with audiences, images he had captured with his camera.  In 2014, Alberto became a lecturer at the CMU Osher Lifelong Learning Institute where he taught courses on climate changes and global warming.  However his last two series of lectures departed from the technology field to focus on a different subject: Venice past and present: Venetian history, culture, arts, architecture and landscapes.  A brief summary of these lectures will be presented today.

 

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