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Joseph J. Quigley, IV
President, Quigley Scientific Corporation, www.qscorp.com
Founder of The Math Club in Lexington, Massachusetts
Joe Quigley has more than 35 years of engineering and scientific work experience for product development issues involving design, manufacturing modeling and analytical engineering analysis. He is the founder and president of Quigley Scientific which he started in 1993.
His skills have been applied to many important developments and critical problems from companies and government agencies totaling more than 75 organizations. He is considered an expert authority in several areas involving mechanical engineering, applied mathematics, applied mechanics, and numerical analysis.
Joe received his BME and MMAE from the University of Delaware, the ME
degree from MIT and further graduate work in engineering science and applied
math from Brown University. He is currently back in school again at Boston University for the Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering.
Joe participates with his community by coaching competitive math teams in Massachusetts for the last twenty years. He is a farm boy from Delaware who personifies the quote by Peter Drucker: "The best way to predict the future is to create it." In so doing, he has created a large community of like-minded parents that have entrusted their young mathematicians and scientists to his rigorous (and fun!) training as if they are, in his words, "baby graduate students". His students have earned a total of 271 perfect scores in the Math Olympiad and last year they acquired one of the highest of total perfect scores in the US all of this from one small classroom in Lexington, Massachusetts.
He resides in Lexington, Massachusetts, with his wife, Claudia. His two children are working professionals now and they both still really like math and science! In his spare time he is an avid aviator with an instrument and commerical ratings. He is now continuing his study to become a CFI (Certified Flight Instructor). Let him know if you want to go flying!
"Work hard. Work smart. Check your
- J. Quigley
"Labora Diligenter. Labora Perite. Comproba!"
- J. Quigley