Timothy Britt

Assistant Professor

Electrical and Computer Engineering

College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture
860.768.4747 UT 223
Education

MM, Music Technology, New York University

MSEE, University of New Haven

BS, Electronic Engineering Technology, University of Hartford

Experience

Teaching

  • Assistant Professor, Department of ECE, University of Hartford
    • Program Director Electronic Engineering Technology, 2011-present
    • Program Director Audio Engineering Technology, 2002-2011
  • Adjunct Professor, Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, New York University
    • Course Coordinator/Redeveloper Music Electronics Course Sequence

Industry

  • 2011 Stratus Sound, Bristol, CT – Sound Reinforcement/Recording Engineer
    • Provide Sound Reinforcement, Audio System consultations and Recording Services for selected clients in the northeastern region of the United States. Example clients in the northeast region of the United States. Past clients include the 4 day long Independent Music Conference held in Philadelphia, PA (Sound Reinforcement)
  • 2006 NoManZero (Band) Bristol/ CT Musician/Producer/Composer
    • Wrote, performed and Co-Produced all tracks for the CD, “Global Warning”.  Jeff Moleski, renowned for working with Grammy winning artists, SmashingPumpkins, co-produced/engineered. This music was supported with live shows on the Lincoln Memorial steps on Washington D.C. in front of thousands of attendees.

Consulting

  • Lady Day Motion Picture - Slated for national release by Disney Corp.

Professional Licenses

  • Certified NICET Technologist
  • Certified Audio/Video Technician (V1)

Service

  • University
    • Field House Sound System Upgrade Advisor
  • College
    • Faculty Search Committee  2004, 2006
    • CETA Construction Advisor – Audio Studios 2004, 2006
    • Parents Day Presentations, 2004, 2005
    • Ward Academic Standards Committee
    • Dean’s Leadership Committee, 2004
    • Teaching Load Committee, 2004

Research and Affiliations

Research Interests

  • Software Synthesis
  • Recording Techniques

Affiliations

  • Neural Networks Technology Center
    • Center funded by grant from Neuralware Inc. Pittsburgh PA
    • Established with objective of promoting use of neural networks in engineering design

Publications

  • Sadeghi, R., Moslehpour, S., Britt, T., Courseware (e-course) Implementation for Web based Distance Learning System (WBDL), Sixth International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation, Conference Proceedings, June 2009, Bridgeport, CT.
  • Sadeghi, R., Britt, T., Moslehpour, S., Combination eLearning Methodologies, Traditional Course To e-Course (Courseware), Sixth International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation, Conference Proceedings, June 2009, Bridgeport, CT.
  • Britt, T., Moslehpour, S. and Sadeghi, R., “Student Position and models in Web-Based distance learning systems”, American Society of Engineering Education 2008 Conference Proceedings, May 2008, Pittsburg, PA.
  • Britt, T., and Moslehpour, S., “Software Synthesis and Audio Engineering Technology”, American Society of Engineering Education 2007 NE Conference Proceedings, May 2007, Kingston, RI.
  • Britt, T., Moslehpour, S. and Sadeghi, R., “Total Quality Management”, American Society of Engineering Education 2007 NE Conference Proceedings, May 2007, Kingston, RI.
  • Britt, T., Moslehpour, S. and Sadeghi, R., “Web Based Distance Learning On Demand Application”, American Society of Engineering Education 2007 NE Conference Proceedings, May 2007, Kingston, RI.
  • Britt, T., Moslehpour, S. and Sadeghi, R., “Pedagogical Views of a Distance Learning System”, American Society of Engineering Education 2007 NE Conference Proceedings, May 2007, Kingston, RI.
  • Britt, T., Eppes, T., “Audio Engineering Technology-A Next Generation Program”, CIEC Conference Proceedings. Febuary, 2004, Biloxi, MS.
  • Britt, T., Eppes, T., “Audio Engineering Technology as a Gateway to Engineering”, American Society of Engineering Education 2003 Conference Proceedings, May 2003, Nashville, TN.