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Andres Fortino

Andres Fortino

Principal Fortino Global Education
Dr. Andres Fortino is currently the Principal at Fortino Global Education. He teaches Business Analytics, The Art Of Data Visualization, Applied Data Management, and Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the NYU School of Professional Studies. He also leads seminars for the American Management Association in analytical skills. He served as Provost at DeVry College of New York, Associate Provost at NYU Poly and Dean of the School of Management at Marist College. He worked for IBM Corporation in semiconductor research and development and holds three patents and ten invention disclosures. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and an IEEE Distinguished Speaker in Computer Science. He is a Fulbright Specialist in Technology Management. He holds bachelors , masters and PhD degrees in electrical engineering from CUNY. He has written 8 books and 40 publications.

Currently Teaching

Advanced Methods for Startup and Corporate Entrepreneurs

Learn to use state-of-the-art tools and methods to discover customers’ unmet needs in your market value chain to gain the competitive edge.

Managing Data for Visualization

Explore the techniques and tools used to organize data into manageable and logical components for analysis and visualization.

The Art of Data Visualization

The course offers immersion into the creative process, the discipline of sketching and revising, and the practical use of data visualization tools.

Statistical Foundations of Data Visualization

This course covers the essentials of the statistical foundations of visualizing data.

Data Mining, Predictive Analytics, and Big Data

Gain an overview of the collection, analysis, and visualization of complex data, as well as the relevant pivotal concepts.