MEng, University of Hartford
BSME, Boston University
Claudio Campana is a Clinical/Applied Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Acoustical Engineering. He was previously the Research Engineer at the Engineering Applications Center at UHart. He holds a Master of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Hartford and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University.
His areas of research include Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing, Online inspection/supervision of manufacturing process and Mechatronics Design and Instrumentation. He has undertaken numerous projects with industry which include laser and vision-based non-contact instrumentation for inspection of manufacturing processes and mechatronic instrumentation for test systems and motion control for rehabilitation devices. His research includes grants from NASA CT Space Grant Faculty Collaborative grant on Non-contact Measurement of micro-scratches and cracks using He-Ne infrared laser and research/testing of x-ray-based instrumentation for the Department of Homeland Security. Campana has published various papers for professional society conferences and journals including IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement and Journal of Optics and Lasers in Engineering, Elsevier publications. In partnership with Albert Einstein College New York, he holds a patent for the invention of a mechatronic process for supporting patients with ambulatory systems for rehabilitation.