I have been an Associate Professor at SPSU since 2010 in the Mechanical Engineering program, within the Systems & Mechanical Engineering Department. I am also the Coordinator for the ME program. I enjoy teaching college engineering students at all levels, especially in the mechanics courses. Currently I am developing a Dynamics Laboratory where ME 4501 - Vibrations & Controls Lab - is being offered fall semester 2012 for the first time.
Other courses i teach are ENGR 3125 - Machine Dynamics & Vibrations, and ME 3501 Dynamic Systems & Control Theory.
My current research is in vuvuzela noise, environmental noise, and tire/pavement interaction noise.
I am a member of the Georgia Pavement Research Center (GPRC), Institute for Noise Control Engineering (INCE), Acoustical Society of America (ASA), and American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).
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Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-915-6855 if you have consulting or research needs in noise measurement & control, mechanics in general, or have a real-world mechanical engineering design project that might be appropriate for our senior engineering students.
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