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Courses Taught at Hartford and Yale

University of Hartford

  • ES 142 Engineering Design Principles
  • ECE 210 Introduction to Electrical Circuit Theory for Mechanical Engineering Students
  • ECE 213 Introduction to DC Circuits
  • ECE 215 Laboratory for Circuits 1
  • ES 142 Introduction to Designs and Engineering for Freshman
  • ECE 231 Digital Logic Circuits
  • ECE 232 Digital Logic Circuits Lab
  • ECE 320 Probability and Statistics for Computer Engineering Majors
  • ECE 341 Continuous and Discrete Signals and Systems
  • ECE 351 Electromagnetic Field Theory
  • ECE 360 Introduction to Electronics for Mechanical Engineering Students
  • ECE 361 Electronics I
  • ECE 363 Electronics I Lab
  • ECE 362 Electronics II
  • ECE 364 Electronics II Lab
  • ECE 420 Random Signals and Noise
  • ECE 442 Continuous Control Systems
  • ECE 423 Communications Engineering
  • ECE 471 Electrical Machinery
  • ECE 473 Electrical Machinery Lab
  • ECE 521 Communications Theory
  • ECE 543 Digital Controls
  • ECE 572 Power Systems Analysis
  • ECE 573 Power Electronics
  • ECE 642 Advanced Controls
  • ECE 671 Transformers: Theory, Design and Practice
  • ECE 591 ST Tracking of Targets Using FLIR and TBD Methodology
  • ECE 591 ST Advances in Alternate Energy Sources – Solar and Wind
  • ES 440 Automatic Control Systems for Mechanical Engineers

Yale University

  • EENG 325a – Electronic Devices for Electrical Engineers


Master of Engineering Thesis Supervision

Approximately 30 Thesis supervised over the past 20 years since the graduate program
was initiated under my leadership in 1993 at the University of Hartford.

Select Master of Engineering Theses advised:

  • Design of five-limb cores for Power Transformers by Jorge Kuljis, May 2010
  • Design of battery and battery chargers for an Electric Vehicle, specifically the GREEN 707 – converted Chevy S-10, by John Diapolo-Tromba, May 2012. GREEN 707 club at the University of Hartford: Has by now raised $30,000 for the GREEN-707 EV project under my supervision as a Faculty Advisor for the GREEN 707 club.