Editorial Team

Editor: Saeid Moslehpour

Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

University of Hartford



Associate Editor: Carlotta Berry

Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology



Assistant Editor: Timothy Adekunle

Assistant Professor of Architecture

College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture

University of Hartford



Assistant Editor: Rungun Nathan

Associate Professor and Program Chair, Mechanical Engineering

Penn State Berks



Subject Matter Experts

Name and Affiliation

Technical Areas

Akin Tatoglu

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering

University of Hartford


Akin Tatoglu is an Assistant Professor at Mechanical Engineering, University of Hartford, CT. He focuses on mobile robot navigation and 3D reconstruction of objects and environments. Dr. Tatoglu is driven by the fundamental challenges that various autonomous mobile robots have in common: localization and traversing through unstructured environments. In particular, he is interested in identifying surrounding objects and interacting with them, as well as obstacle avoidance techniques. He has contributed to the development of various mobile robots and implemented their control system and sensor fusion algorithms. As a roboticist, his interests include mechatronics, energy efficient hybrid robotics design, cyber-physical systems, machine learning, adaptive systems and artificial intelligence.

Christian Bach

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Technology Management

University of Bridgeport


Biomedical engineering

Claudio Campana

Research Engineer

University of Hartford


Mechanical engineering

Farid Farahmand

Assistant Professor, School of Engineering and Science

Sonoma State University


Farid Farahmand received his PhD in 2005 and is currently the Chair of the Engineering Science Department (Electrical Engineering) at Sonoma State University in California, U.S.A. He is also the director of Advanced Internet Technology in the Interests of Society Laboratory. Prior to his academic position at Sonoma State, Dr. Farahmand worked as the research scientist at Alcatel-Lucent Corporate Research and was involved in development of terabit optical routers. Farid has received multiple Fulbright Fellowships, and he has been a Fulbright Scholar since 2014. Dr. Farahmand holds multiple international patents, numerous reference conference articles and journal publications, and several book chapters, on the subjects of wireless communications, Internet-of-Things, optical networking, green networking, and delay tolerant networks. He has also authored many educational papers focusing on eLearning and Active Learning in classrooms. Farid is actively involved in many conferences and serves as the reviewer and co-editor to a number of technical conferences and journals. He is a member of IEEE, ASEE, and Engineers Without Borders-USA.

Fred Simons

Professor, Emeritus

Florida State University



Gonca Altuger-Genc

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Technology

Farmingdale State College


Self-directed learning, lifelong learning, online earning (game-based, simulation-based and remote laboratories), research-based and project-based learning, flipped classrooms

John R Baker

Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering

University of Kentucky



Finite element methods

Stability in machining

Ladimer Nagurney

Professor, Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering

University of Hartford


Wireless and personal communication

Satellite communication

Sensors and instrumentation

Engineering education

Miad Faezipour

Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Engineering

University of Bridgeport


Digital/embedded systems and data acquisition system design

Biomedical signal/image processing and behavior analysis

Assistive technology and human-machine-interface

High speed network/packet processing

Deep packet inspection architectures

Ravindra Thamma

Associate Professor, Manufacturing & Construction Management

Central Connecticut State University



Rungun Nathan

Associate Professor and Program Chair, Mechanical Engineering

Penn State Berks


Dr. Rungun Nathan is an associate professor and program chair for the mechanical engineering in the division of engineering at Penn State Berks.  He got his BS from University of Mysore, DIISc from Indian Institute of Science, MS from Louisiana State University and PhD from Drexel University.  He has worked in the area of Electronic Packaging in C-DOT (India) and then as a Scientific Assistant in the Robotics laboratory at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.  He worked as a post-doc at University of Pennsylvania in the area of Haptics and Virtual Reality.  His research interests are in the areas of unmanned vehicles particularly flapping flight, mechatronics, robotics, MEMS, virtual reality and haptics, and teaching with technology.  He has ongoing research in flapping flight, Frisbee flight dynamics, lift in porous material and brain injury. He also has ongoing research with the design of experiments for in class use, online classes etc.  He is an active member of ASEE and ASME and reviewer for several ASME, IEEE and ASEE, FIE conferences and journals.

Steve Barrett

Professor, ECE, Associate Dean of Academic Programs

University of Wyoming


Embedded systems

Active learning

Robotics in education

Ted Sussmann

Assistant Professor, Civil, Environmental, and Biomedical Engineering

University of Hartford


Ted Sussmann, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Civil, Environmental, and Biomedical Engineering Department in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture at the University of Hartford. Prior to joining the University of Hartford, Ted was employed by the U.S. Department of Transportation for 16 years.  Previously Ted worked as part of a startup software application to help engineers visualize data when assessing infrastructure condition.  Ted is coauthor of a textbook on railway geotechnics, a topic that remains central to his research.   While Ted?s research is focused on advanced materials and processes for infrastructure condition assessment and renewal, he has a special interest in technological history including early infrastructure such as canals.

Timothy Adekunle

Assistant Professor of Architecture

University of Hartford


Dr. Adekunle is an Assistant Professor of Architecture in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) at the University of Hartford, USA. He holds a Ph.D in Architecture with a specialization in Sustainable Architecture from the University of Kent, UK and a master?s degree from the University of Nottingham, UK. He has both academic background and professional experience in the field of architecture, architectural engineering, architectural technology and building construction. His research interests include sustainable architecture, the design of resilient buildings, low-carbon and renewable materials, architectural technology, prefabricated building construction, building structures, computer and building simulation as well as post-occupancy evaluation.

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