Volume 4 No.2, Spring 2001
Sohail Anwar obtained a Ph.D. in Industrial and Vocational Education from The Pennsylvania State University in December 1995 and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington in May 1982. He completed additional graduate course work in control theory and applied mathematical sciences at the University of Texas at Arlington during 1982-1984. SohailAnwar is currently serving as an Associate Professor of Engineering and the Program Coordinator of Electrical Engineering Technology at The Pennsylvania State University, Altoona College. Since 1996, he has also been serving as an invited professor of electrical engineering at IUT Bethune, France. He is the Subscriptions Editor of the Journal of Engineering Technology (JET) an associate editor of the Journal of Pennsylvania Academy of Science, and the Associate Editor-in-chief of 21st Century Engineers.
Blanton, Wm. Hugh
Wm. Hugh Blanton received the B.S. Technology degree in electronic engineering technology from the University of Houston in 1971, the M.S. in math/physics education from West Texas State University in 1979, the MBA from West Texas State University in 1986, and the Ed.D. in educational leadership and policy analysis from East Tennessee State University in 1992. He has taught electronic engineering technology at various colleges and universities since 1974 as well as worked as a biomedical technologist at Baylor College of Medicine, as a consultant in wind energy at the Alternative Energy Institute, and as a research engineer in instrumentation at Southwest Research Institute. He is currently an associate professor of electronic engineering technology at East Tennessee State University and is interested in applications of DSP, neural networks, and fuzzy logic to telecommunications and control systems.
Chen, Daniel M.
Daniel M. Chen is currently a professor in the Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology at Central Michigan University. He completed his undergraduate studies in mechanical engineering at Taipei Institute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan. He also holds an M.S. from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and a Ph.D. from Kansas State University in that same discipline. He is a licensed engineer in the State of Michigan and a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, and American Society for Engineering Education. Dr. Chen has taught various courses in mechanical engineering technology including kinematics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, machine element design, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, etc. His current research interest is in computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE). He is offering a number of courses in both solid-based modeling and engineering analysis.
Chitsaz-zadeh, M. R.
M. R. Chitsaz-zadeh received a B.S.E.E. degree from the College of Science and Technology in 1974 and Master of Science degree in Engineering in 1982 from Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania. Since 1982, he has been teaching Circuit Analysis, Analog , and Digital Electronics as an assistant, associate, and professor in the Department of Engineering Technology at the Community College of Allegheny County In western Pennsylvania. He has been the winner of the first mini-grant award series from the college to develop computer integrated laboratory manuals using Electronics Workbench for DC and AC circuit analysis courses.
William Huffine is Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of the Electronics Engineering Technology program at the University of Southern Colorado. He has over 25 years of teaching experience at several colleges. He received his B.S.E.E. from California State Polytechnic University, and his M.S.E.E. from the University of Santa Barbara.
Antonis Koukos received his diploma in electrical
engineering from the University of Patra, Patra, Greece in 1989. In 1993 he
received his doctoral diploma from National Technical University of Athens,
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and then worked for Hellenic
Air force Research and Technology Center for two years, during his military
Since 1995 he is a member of the teaching faculty staff of the Technological Educational Institutions of Piraeus, Greece (1995-1996) and Chalkis, Greece (1995 up-to-date) respectively. He has taught electronics, telecommunications, microcomputers, digital systems, computer networks, data transfer systems and, artificial intelligence. Mr. Koukos has been cooperating with Planning S.A., Apotelesma S.A. and other engineering and consulting firms since 1995. He worked in various research and development projects for National Technical University of Athens (1990-1992). Among the significant projects he has worked for, is the project of informatics and telecommunications infrastructure development of the Agricultural University of Athens (1997). His research interest include electronics, VLSI systems, telecommunications systems, ATM Networks traffic and flow control, www-based services, artificial intelligence applications and, decision support systems. Mr. Koukos is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece (TCG) as well as member of other associations and scientific committees.
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