Associate Director of Information Technology, Department of Global Development
Stefan Einarson serves as IT lead for Global Development in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University. In this capacity, he has been involved with or led numerous Information Technology initiatives specializing in the developing world. He has extensive experience with Information Technology with a focus on building network and communication infrastructures in remote or poorly served areas, database management and machine learning and artificial intelligence. Previous positions in the private sector include manager of Information Technology, helping to lead an over 300 person IT department serving an 8000 person employee base. In this role he led project teams building both the application and network infrastructures for a Fortune 500 company serving over 3 million people in over five states. Through these projects he has extensive project management experience dealing with complex, time dependent assignments in both the corporate and international education worlds.
- M.B.A., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2000
- Bachelor of Sciences, Electrical Engineering, Union College, 1987
Internet strengthening in the developing world
B75 Mann Library
Ithaca, NY 14853
se57 [at] cornell.edu
Stefan in the news
New farming methods and crops that perform better in a changing environment are essential to higher living standards, but obtaining these innovations are too often impossible for small-scale farmers. “Our interest is to have improved seed...
- Department of Global Development
Ceres2030 combines state-of-the-art modelling with expert evidence to strengthen the global agricultural development community as it prioritizes investments to eliminate hunger by 2030.