|Program:||Electronic Engineering Technology|
|Office Hours||Posted on Office Door.|
|Courses||Lakeland Community College Courses Taught:|
AEUT 1400 Electric Utility Math I
AEUT 1500 Electrical and Construction Print Reading
AEUT 1600 Electrical Circuits I
AEUT 1700 Electric Utility Math II
AEUT 2200 Electrical Circuits II
AEUT 2300 Electric Power Systems Fundamentals
AEUT 2400 Three-Phase Power
CPET 1120 C Programming For Engineering Technology
CPET 2550 Telecommunications Principles
**ELEC 1100 Direct Current Circuit Analysis
ELEC 1200 Alternating Current Circuit Analysis
ELEC 1320 Digital Systems Fundamentals
ELEC 2000 Electronic Technology Field Experience
**ELEC 2101 Linear and Switch-Mode Power Supplies
ELEC 2151 Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits
ELEC 2300 Sensors and Actuators
ELEC 2400 Microcontroller Applications
ELEC 2500 Feedback Control Systems
ELEC 2600 Robotics Project Lab
ELEC 2700 Motor Control and Servo Systems
MATH 0890 Pre-Technical Mathematics
**MATH 1101 Technical Mathematics I
MECT 1000 Introduction to Technology
NUET 1902 Reactor Safey
NUET 2050 Nuclear Field Experience
PHYS 1100 Applied Physics I
Cleveland State University Courses Taught:
MTT 300 Applied Mathematics
MTT 301 Advanced Applied Mathematics
**Courses being taught this semester.
|Academic Credentials||Master of Science in Electrical Engineering - Cleveland State University |
Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering - State University of New York, Binghamton
Associate in Science - The University of the State of New York, Albany
|Information|| Electronic Engineering Technology|
|Academic/Industry Experience||Twenty years experience working in the Radio Communication, Radio Navigation, Telecommunication, and Computer System Engineering fields for the United States Coast Guard. Retired as a Master Chief Electronics Technician (E-9). |
Two and a half years experience working as an Engineering Manager and Electronic Ballast Design Engineer for General Electric. Responsible for delivering new product designs from concept through manufacturing in the Compact Fluorescent Lighting (CFL) area.
Joined Lakeland's Electronic Engineering Technology faculty in 2002. Department Chair for the Electronic Engineering Technology and the Applied Electric Utility Technology Programs.
Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Ohio.
Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Amateur Radio Extra Class License.
FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License (GROL) with RADAR endorsement.
CompTIA Home Technology Integrator (HTI+) Certified Professional.