B.S. (Hons), Civil Engineering, London University
M.S., Naval Architecture, MIT
Marine-Mechanical Engineer, MIT
Ernst Frankler is a professor of Ocean Apparatus and shipping at MIT.
He has an MBA, Operations Management, Boston University
Ph.D., Economics, University of Wales
DBA, Operations and Production Management, Boston University
EXPERIENCE (partial listing)
Management Consultants to 8 major industrial (manufacturing) companies, 16 shipping companies, 67 port authorities, 14 shipyards, 11 governments, and various international organisations.
Professor of Ocean Systems, MIT, 1968-96.
Professor of Management, Sloan School of Management, MIT, 1992-96.
Consultant to the World Bank, 1969-83.
Professor of Ocean Systems and Management, Emeritus, MIT, 1996 to date.
Principal Advisor on shipbuilding, Mitsui Heavy Industries, Chiba, Japan, 1973-78.
Principal Advisor on shipyard design, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Ulsan, Korea, 1978-83.
Ports, Shipping, and Aviation Advisor, the World Bank, in charge of ports, shipping, and shipbuilding projects worldwide, 1983-87.
Principal Advisor, Port of Singapore Authority, 1987-95.
Advisor, Maritime Port Authority of Singapore, 1996 to date.
Chairman, American President Lines, Inc., Ltd., 1998 to 2001
Director, American President Lines, Inc., 2000 to date..
Director, APL Ltd. Inc., 1998 to 2003.
Senior Advisor, International Maritime Organisation, 1987 to 1998.
Advisor, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. 1985-1993
Director, American Eagle Tankers, Inc., 1994 to date.
Director, Neptune Orient Lines, 1988-2001.
Consultant to CEO, Hyundai Corporation, 1986 to date.
Member, Advisory Board, Panama Canal Authority