Center for Manufacturing and Metrology People & Research
Dr. Chittaranjan Sahay Dr. Sahay is the Vernon D Roosa Distinguished Professor of Manufacturing Engineering and Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Associate Dean for CETA. Dr. Sahay has worked in the area of manufacturing and metrology for more than thirty years. He has worked with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for developing fiber probes for making nano level measurements and has published in the subject area. He has also published in the area of uncertainty analysis of cylindricity measurements. He has taught courses in the area of metrology at various levels including newly developed course in Gage Quantification. He is scheduled to teach a course in Principles of Dimensional Metrology and Metrology Projects. He has also received training in coordinate measurement machines,laser scanners and Structured Light Scanners.
Dr. Suhash Ghosh Dr. Ghosh has worked in the areas of design and manufacturing for over ten years. While working with BOSCH India in their distributor type diesel fuel injection pump division, he gained valuable experience in quality inspection tools and methodology. In line with his experience, he is currently developing a course in Advanced Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing for Summer 2012. He has successfully completed the training on FaroARM articulated robotic arm coordinate measuring machine and the structured light scanner/interferometer.
Dr. Louis Manzione Dr. Louis Manzione is the Dean of the College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture and a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hartford. Dr. Manzione has been with the University of Hartford since August 2005. In his external roles and responsibilities, Dean Manzione has also held positions as Chair of Connecticut Broadband Internet Coordinating Council, President Elect of Academy of Science and Engineering, and Chair of Connecticut Nanotechnology Curriculum Committee (2007-2009). Dean Manzione’s expertise is in the areas of micro UAV’s (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), Electronics Packaging and Miniaturization, Nanotechnology Applications, and Supply Chain Engineering. Dr. Manzione has been leading research efforts in a U.S Army research project on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles that has been cited as one of the most accomplished in the United States by the Army Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC).
Dr. Mohammad Saleh Keshawarz Dr. Mohammad Saleh Keshawarz is Professor and former Chair of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Dr. Keshawarz has conducted extensive research in the study and analysis of microstructure of stabilized soil and concrete. He has use scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), and X-ray diffraction techniques in the identification of reaction products of stabilized soils concrete. His research on the microstructure has led to the publication of several research well regarded articles.
Dr. Hemchandra Shertukde Dr. Hemchandra Shertukde is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is a recognized expert in signal and image processing. He has also extensively worked in the area of multi-target multi-sensor tracking using infrared sensors and probabilistic data association techniques. The technique is augmented by the use of a
Dr. Abby Ilumoka Dr. Abby Ilumoka is a professor of electrical and computer engineering at University of Hartford where she has taught since 1992. Her research interests are microelectronic circuit optimization, tunable microwave filter synthesis and complex adaptive systems design. She is an expert in “Fuzzy Logic” which allows computers to make human like decisions from incomplete and approximate information that will be found often in manufacturing metrology. As one of the state’s most distinguished engineers, she was inducted in May 2011 into the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE) an institution that provides science and technology advice to government agencies and the Connecticut General Assembly.
Dr. Hisham Alnajjar Dr. Hisham Alnajjar is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Associate Dean of the College. He has worked extensively in signal and image processing including character recognition. His research interests include sensor array processing, digital signal processing theory and real-time applications, power systems in addition to engineering education. These will be important for defect identification on manufactured items.