Sal Taddeo – Computer Automated Design

Sal Taddeo is a man with many hats. He can do anything he sets his mind to. With a mind that soaks up information like a sponge, Sal Taddeo is constantly learning and teaching himself how to do more. From serving as the President and CEO of two prestigious companies, as well as working as the Director of Sales for Approved Oil, one of New York’s leading and premier full serviced energy companies. Sal Taddeo can do it all. One of Sal Taddeo’s best skills is his ability with Computer Automated Design. (CAD)

Sal Taddeo

Computer automated design boasts itself by covering a large amount of applications including automotive engineering, civil engineering, composite material design, control engineering, dynamic system identification, financial systems industrial equipment, mechatronic systems, steel construction, structural optimization and the invention of novel systems. It is a complex skill to have, and one Sal Taddeo excels at. The concept of computer automated design always interested Taddeo thus causing him to want to learn more on the subject. Computer automated design essentially runs simulations of imputed structures and parameters and outputs an evaluated performance.

Sal Taddeo studying hard to earn his certification. A concept that started in 1963 and was noted in the IBM Journal of Research and Development, Sal Taddeo wanted to join in on the fun of Computer Automated Designing. Now with his certification, Sal Taddeo can study the next step of computer automated design in AutoCad that it has transformed into by biologically inspired machine learned and search techniques such as evolutionary computation and swarm intelligence.


About Sal Taddeo

Sal Taddeo grew up in Brooklyn, New York City in the United States of America. He attended Regina Pacis Grammar School and Bishop Ford High School, he then went to the Institute of Design and Construction where he studied courses such as Facility Operations and Project Management, Methods of Construction and Site Safety, Construction Management, and Zoning and Building Law.
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