Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2002
Dr. Pandit is
responsible for directing IIEC operations in all of the U.S., Latin America, South Africa,
and Asia offices and project locations. Following IIECs 1999 merger with the Civil
Engineering Research Foundation (CERF), his primary role is to envision and develop
complementary programs that derive synergies from technological and institutional
innovations in engineering and sustainable energy development. In daily operations, Dr.
Pandit provides hands-on management support to strategic projects and programs. He also
directs the development of policies and procedures for organizational operations and
ENSYS, INC., Vienna, VA, USA
Cultivated a small consulting firm specializing in niche applications of state-of-the-art information technologies, policy methods, and counter-trading for energy/environmental problem solving. Client base included government, multi-nationals, and multi-lateral banks. Specific international project experience included biomass-based cogeneration, knowledge based portfolio management, offset trading, and strategic decision support.
Roy F. Weston, Inc., Washington, DC, USA
Project Director, 1986-1991
Managed a multi-disciplined applied R&D department to market and develop systems and diverse methodologies to solve environmental problems using advanced computer science techniques.
Woodward-Clyde Consultants, Easter Group, USA
Senior Staff Engineer, 1981-1984
Worked on several geotechnical characterization, modeling, and design with field and lab interactions. Projects ranged from fly ash disposal (Consumers Power), offshore foundation studies (Exxon), soil and rock tunneling (SSI), hydro-geologic site investigations, and geotechnical inspection at several construction sites.
Dubon Project Engineering Pvt. Ltd., Bombay, India
Engineer Trainee, 1978-1979
Performed systems engineering for African water resource projects, including analyses of rainfall & flood hydrology, crop water requirement, irrigation and drainage systems, and plot layout.