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Dr. Boetticher completed his Ph.D. in Computer Science at West Virginia University. The title of his dissertation topic is, "A Neural Network-Based Bottom-Up Approach for Building a Software Reuse Economic Model."

Professionally, Dr. Boetticher has over 23+ years corporate and industrial-based experience as an Information Systems consultant, Chief Architect, project manager, project lead, Database Analyst, Systems Analyst, software engineer/developer, and graphics artist. Previous engagements include, but are not limited to: The U.S. Olympic Committee, NASA, LDDS WorldCOM, Bailey Network Management, Dime Savings Bank of New York, Mellon Mortgage, Linden Capital, and ViaCom. As an Information Consultant for Boetticher, Dawson and Associates for eight years, he secured and facilitated the management of several consulting engagements averaging over $560,000.

Dr. Boetticher served on the executive committee for an IEEE Software Engineering Standards Committee (Reuse Interoperability Group) to establish industry reuse standards (executive board members included representatives from the Army Reuse Center, Boeing, NIST, NASA, DISA, Fidelity Investments, IBM, MCI, MITRE, Raytheon, SAIC, SPS, and ARPA).

He has served as co-chair, general chair, and vice-chair for various international conferences and workshops including PROMISE and IEEE IRI.

He also served in the capacity as a leader/presenter for 6 conferences/workshops, had 9 invited presentations in academic/industrial settings, wrote 2 books, 6 journal papers, 2 research chapters, 12 conference papers, and 9 workshop papers. In 2004 he received two "best paper" awards.

In 2011 Dr. Boetticher was awarded a US patent in Computational Bioinformatics (United States Patent 60/961,631). The title was Molecular Phenotyping of Severe Asthma.

He has produced 137 Educational YouTube videos (after revising, 122 visible), with 5,130 subscribers, and 1,634,689 views in 209 countries and territories.

Dr. Boetticher was the UHCL commencement speaker in Spring, 2011.

Dr. Boetticher has been nominated for the prestigious Piper Award for outstanding teaching numerous times. He was a finalist for the award 9 times and in 2011 was the UHCL representative at the state level.

He is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Houston - Clear Lake.

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