Electrical & Computer Engineering


Assistant Professor
Business Engineering Complex
BEC 259E
1150 10th Avenue South

Birmingham, AL
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(205) 934-0032
(205) 975-3337

Miscellaneous Information

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND Ph.D. (Electrical and Computer Engineering), University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), 2007.

MS (Electrical and Computer Engineering),University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), 1996.

BS (Electrical and Computer Engineering), University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), 1988. TEACHING EE 210 – Digital Logic

EE 233 – Engineering Programming Methods

EE 254 – Applied Numerical Methods

EE 314 – Electrical Circuits

EE 318 – Signals and Systems

EE 333 – Engineering Programming using Objects

EE 337 – Introduction to Microprocessors

EE 426 – Control Systems

EE 432/532 – Introduction to Computer Networking

EE 497 – Team Design Project RESEARCH My most recent research activities have been focused on the development of system-architecture, algorithms, and computer coding for the simulation of intelligent control of respiratory therapy, using a mechanical ventilator that supports the breathing of critical care patients in a clinical setting. RECENT PUBLICATIONS (2008-2011): Invited book chapter for The Industrial Electronics Handbook, 2nd Edition, Co-Edited by J. David Irwin and Bogdan M. Wilamowski. Chapter entitled Laplace Transforms, Dalton S. Nelson (2010) SERVICE Professional Service: Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

Member, Control Systems Society of the IEEE

Manuscript Reviewer, IEEE Transactions on Education


Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Engineering Honorary) Community Service: Habitat for Humanity, Home Building Project in Center Point, Alabama