Summary of Faculty Productivity – 2009

Refereed Journal Articles (5)

  1. Agrawal J.P., & Cherner Y.E.(2009). A Classroom/Distance Learning Engineering Course on Wireless Networking with Virtual Lab. The Technology Interface Journal, Winter Special Issue 2009, Volume 10 No. 2, ISSN# 1523-9926
  2. Jin, G., Baek, N., Hahn, J. K., Belamowitcz, S., Mittal, R., Walsh, R., (2009). Image Guided Medialization Laryngoplasty, Journal of Computer Animation and Virtual World 20(1), 67-77, doi: 10.1002/cav.271.
  3. Tetteh E., Latif N., McGlothlin J. & Peters J. (2009). Impacts of frequency and posture on BMI in manual handling tasks. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing. 19(4), 329-343
  4. Wozniak, J, Liles, S. (2009) Political and technical roadblocks to cyber attack attribution. IO Journal, Inaugural Issue, Vol 1 (1), 23-28.
  5. Aryal, G.R., Mapa, L., Tsokos, C.P. (2009). Read Rate Analysis of RFID Systems using Mixed Models. Neural, Parallel and Scientific Computations, Vol 17 (3-4), 339-350.

Book (1)

  1. Tetteh, E. & Latif, N. (2009). Engineering approach to workspace design: Issues for the Obese Workers. VDM Verlag Edition. ISBN 978-3-639-10396-0

Chapters in a book (2)

  1. Liles, S., “The Issues of non-state actors and the nation state.” Threats in the Age of Obama, http://www.amazon.com/Threats-Age-Obama-Michael-Tanji/dp/1934840807, Nimble 2009,  ISBN-13: 978-193484080, ten pages
  2. Tickoo, S. (2009). Chapters 1 through 5 in ANSYS 11.0 for Designers. USA: CADCIM.
    ISBN: 978-1-932709-58-2.

New Edition of Book (12)

(reflects software update)

  1. Tickoo, S. (2009). AutoCAD 2010: A Problem Solving Approach. USA: Cengage, ISBN: 978-1-4390-5567-0
  2. Tickoo, S. (2009). AutoCAD 2010: A Problem Solving Approach (Russian Edition)
  3. Tickoo, S. (2009). AutoCAD 2010: A Problem Solving Approach (Indian Edition)
  4. Tickoo, S. (2009). Autodesk Inventor 2010 for Designers. USA: CADCIM, ISBN: 978-193270968-1
  5. Tickoo, S. (2009). AutoCAD LT 2010 for Designers. USA: CADCIM,  ISBN: 978-1-932709-69-8
  6. Tickoo, S. (2009). CATIA V5R19 for Designers. USA: CADCIM, ISBN: 978-1-932709-70-4
  7. Tickoo, S. (2009). CATIA V5R17 for Designers (Indian Edition)
  8. Tickoo, S. (2009). NX6 for Designers. USA: CADCIM,  ISBN: 978-1-932709-66-7
  9. Tickoo, S. (2009). NX6 for Designers  (Indian Edition)
  10. Tickoo, S. (2009). Solid Edge ST for Designers. USA: CADCIM, ISBN: 978-1-932709-67-4
  11. Tickoo, S. (2009). SolidWorks 2010 for Designers. USA: CADCIM, ISBN: 978-1-932709-78-0
  12. Tickoo, S. (2009). SolidWorks 2009 for Designers (Indian Edition)

Refereed Conference Proceedings (25)

  1. Zhao, X., Colwell, J. and Jenks, C. TECHNOLOGY CURRICULA IN CHINA AND THE UNITED STATES: WHAT ROLE Do “Soft Skills” Play? ASEE  June 2009 Conference proceedings (Austin TX)  AC2009-486
  2. Colwell, J. Growing Pains:  Managing Rapid Growth in a Graduate Engineering Technology Program  AC 2009-510  ASEE conference Austin TX
  3. Farook O., Sekhar C.R., Bouktache E., Agrawal J.P. Agrawal & Goodall J. (2009). Voice -Video Interactive Robot Design. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009, Austin, TX.
  4. Higley, J. B., Neff, G.P., Zahraee, M.A., Hossain, A., Fathizadeh, M., Nakayama, S. (2009). A Packaging Focused Mechatronics Engineering Technology Program. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009, Austin, TX.
  5. Vuksanovich, B.V., Higley, J. B. (2009). Benchmarking Two Urban MET Programs. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009, Austin, TX.
  6. Hossain, A., Mahajan, V. (2009). Remotely Reconfigurable, Secure Wireless Mesh Network for Bidirectional Data Communication. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009, Austin, TX.
  7. Jiang, K & Winer, C. (2009). Introducing an Application Integration Course in IT Curriculum. Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) pp.33-36, Fairfax, VA.
  8. Jiang, K, Huang Y and Robertson J. (2009).  A Method of Biological Pathway Similarity Search Using High Performance Computing. Proceedings of 30thth Annual International Conference of IEEE/Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society.
  9. Johnson, J. (2009), Experiential Learning at Purdue University Calumet: A Call for Future Research. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland, March 18-19, 2009
  10. Latif, N., Hossain, A. (2009). A New Breed of Interactive and Distributed Classroom Environments for Freshman and Sophomore Technology Courses. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009, Austin, TX.
  11. Wozniak, J, Liles, S. “Political and technical roadblocks to cyber attach attribution,” IO Journal, Inaugural Issue, April 2009.
  12. Jayatissa, H.A., Mapa. L. (2009). Sensitivity of Tungsten Oxide Thin Films for Nitric Oxide and Methane Gases. IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology, Windsor, Canada
  13. Jayatissa, H.A., Li, Z., Mapa, L., and Jayasuriya, C.A. (2009). Electrochemical Sensors for Detection of Biomolecules. IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology, Windsor, Canada.
  14. Ammu, A., Mapa, L., Jayatissa, H.A. (2009). Effect of Factors on RFID Tag Readability-Statistical Analysis. IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology, Windsor, Canada.
  15. Nakayama, S. (2009). A Systematic Process to Validate Safety, Health & Environmental Management Curriculum through Academic Advisory Committee. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009, Austin, TX.
  16. Nakayama, S. (2009). Establishment of a Construction Safety Laboratory through Industrial Partnership.ETD 335. Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC) conference. Orlando, FL February 4-6, 2009.
  17. Ocon, R. (2009). Workplace Bullies: A Rising Workplace Concern and Detriment to Career Success. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009, Austin, TX.
  18. Ocon, R. (2009). Promoting Faculty Development Using Industry Consulting Activities, Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009, Austin, TX.
  19. Pan, L. (2009). A Unified Network Security and Fine-Grained Database Access Control Model, Proceedings of The International Symposium on Electronic Commerce and Security, Nanchang, China, 265-269.
  20. Trekles, A., Kristin, S., Roller, M., Nankivell, K., Jin, G., Mabrito, M., (2009) Second Life as an Experiential Learning Opportunity. Proceedings for the 2010 Computer & Writing Virtual Worlds Conference. West Lafayette, IN.
  21. Roller, M. (2009). Utilization of Avatar Technology within Virtualized Learning Environments. Proceedings for the 2009 Distance Education Conference. Youngstown, OH.
  22. Scachitti, S., Salinas, J., Karanam, D. (2009). Minding the Big Picture: Using Discrete Event Process Simulation as a  Problem Solving Tool for Students. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009,  Austin, TX.
  23. Whittington, J., & Colwell, J. (2009) Should a Cyberethics Class be Required? Plagiarism and Online Learning. Proceedings of the 2009 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14 – 17, 2009, Austin, TX..
  24. Whittington, J., Nankivell, K., & Colwell, J. (2009). The Importance Of Leadership For Women Teaching In Technology. Proceedings of the 2009 Conferences for Industry and Education Collaboration , February 4-6, Orlando, FL.
  25. Winer, C. (2009 October). Chinese vs. U.S. Learning Styles. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group Information Technology Education (SIGITE), Fairfax, VA.

Technical Reports/Trade Journal Articles (8)

  1. Higley, J. B., Vuksanovich, B., Briggs, V., “Experiments with Hammer Forged Barrels on AR-15s, Part II,” Precision Shooting, Volume 57, No. 1, pages 78-85, May, 2009.
  2. Clogston, R., Higley, J.B., “The Rifle Matches at the 2009 Vintage Cup,” Waidmannsheil, GGCA, No. 41, Fall 2009, pg. 18.
  3. Jenks, C. (Arbitrator), “United Industries Corporation and International Association Machinists & Aerospace Workers Union, District Lodge No. 19, Local Lodge no. 498”, (Jan. 24, 2009) Citation: 09-1 ARB ¶4520  Summarized version also in 37 LAIS 56
  4. Jenks, C. (Arbitrator), “Indiana Michigan Power and IBEW, Local 1392”, (October 7, 2009) FMCS 08-59534 Citation: 109 LRP 74734
  5. Lee, J and McCullouch, Bob G. “Review Construction Techniques for Accelerated Construction and Cost Implications” Project No. SPR-3201 Report No. FHWA/IN/JTRP-2009/06, Indiana Department of Transportation and Joint Transportation Research Program. 2009
  6. Abramowitz, H., Roller, M., Ye, J., Xu, D., Johnsen, E., Hagen, T., Zhao, W. (2009). Construction of a Web Based Tutorial for 3D Visualization Ternary Phase Diagrams. Iron & Steel Technology; 6 (10).
  7. Zahraee, M., (2009). Report titled “Summative Evaluation of close-the-gap project” submitted to Riverside Community College to be included as part of their report to NSF.  This was the final report for this three year NSF project.
  8. Zahraee, M., (2009). Report titled “Evaluation of Goods to Go project as of June 2009” submitted to Riverside Community College to be included as part of their report to NSF.  This is a three year grant for which I am the Evaluator.  The Report is available for review.  This was the first formative evaluation for this project.

Journal Editorship (3)

  1. Evans, R, Editor, South Shore Journal
  2. Jiang, K.,  Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine.
  3. Latif, N., Member  Editorial Board, Journal of Engineering Technology

Externally Funded Awards (6)  $243,228

  1. Hossain, J. Higley, M. Zahraee, M. Fathizadeh, G. Neff. NSF-CCLI, $149,372
  2. Jin, G. VR Sonic, $42,000
  3. Winer, C., CPATH CISE NSF grant, $44,951
  4. Jiang, K, Intelligent Software $225
  5. Bouktache, E., BP America $500
  6. Mapa, L., Central Steel and Wire $6,500

Internally Funded Awards (14) $73,830

  1. Farook, O., Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP). Award amount $1500.00.
  2. Farook, O., Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP). Award amount $1500.00.
  3. Fathizadeh, M., Undergraduate Research Project (UGRP) Award amount $830.00.
  4. Jin, G. Immersive Virtual Reality based Rehabilitation System with Data Glove: a Pilot Study, $15,000
  5. Jin, G., Faculty Award in Distance Education Developing & Design  Grant Amount $3,000
  6. Johnson, J., International Travel grant. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland, March 18-19, 2009, Travel Award Amount Approx. $8,000
  7. Korchek, D.,Northwest Indiana Summer Research and Instructional Development Grant, Grant Amount $15,000
  8. Mapa, L., Undergraduate Research Project (UGRP) Award amount $500.00.
  9. Mapa, L., Lean Six Sigma VCAA award.  Award amount $8000.00.
  10. Nankivell,K., Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP). Award amount $1500.00.
  11. Nakayama, S., Faculty Award in Distance Education Developing & Design  Grant Amount $3,000
  12. Nakayama, S. PUC Faculty Summer Research Grant / “Proactive Safety Management in Highway Construction”  Grant Amount $3,000
  13. Ocon, R., Title(s) 2 Experiential Learning Course Design and Development Awards (Revision of Ols 350 and New Course, OLS 550)  Total Grant $3,000
  14. Schachitti, S. “Point of Care Audit and Feedback Tools to Improve Patient.” Regenstrief Institute for Healthcare, in response to a Discovery Park internal RFP (Total grant $40,000; 25% effort $10,000

Continuing Education Activities (through DEEL) (4)  $110,968

  1. Gregory, A., Land Survey Systems – Fall 2009 Semester  $17,768
  2. Gregory, A., Surveying Computations– Spring 2009 Semester  $12,000
  3. Scachitti, S, Mapa, L. and Rickerson, R.,DWA. and PUC Lean Six Sigma Educational Partnership.  Amount: $43,200
  4. Zahraee, M. ,Higley, J.,Rickerson, BP Apprenticeship Training, Amount $38,000.

Sitting on the Boards of Professional Societies (Nationally) (11)

  1. Gregory, A., Member, Board of Directors Engineering Technology Leadership Institute,
  2. Gregory, A., Vice Chair, National Society of Professional Surveyors – Trig Star Committee
  3. Farook, O., Assistant Program Chair of the ASEE’s Engineering Technology Division Board
  4. Jenks, C. National Mediation Board (Arbitration Panel)
  5. Jenks, C.,Social Security Administration / American Federation of Government Employees (Arbitration Panel)
  6. Jenks, C.,American Arbitration Association (Arbitration Panel)
  7. Jenks, C., Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (Arbitration Panel)
  8. Latif, N., Member, Board of Directors, International Association of Journals and Conferences
  9. Pena, J., American  Society of Testing materials , member (Committee C09. 23, 24, 49, 64)
  10. Scachitti, S, MTM Association for Standards and Research, Board of Directors
  11. Zahraee, M. , Member of Executive Board of TAC /ABET

Development contributions (role in securing gifts, gift in kind) (16) $581,837

(Data provided by PUC Advancement office)

  1. Bouktache, E., W. Robinson., from Cisco, consisting of 30 routers, 20 switches, 20 IP Phones, 4 Ethernet Security routers, and 4 Integrated Services routers. $51,660
  2. Bouktache, E., Robinson, W., Three Cisco-Panduit Adopt-An-Academy Scholarships: Total Amount Awarded: $4,500
  3. Fathizadeh M., equipment (Lab Simulator and Inverter machine) from Mitsubishi Electric Automation,$83,660
  4. Fathizadeh, M., Technical Support from Mitsubishi Electric Automation,15,000
  5. Higley, Akram Hossain, M. Zahraee, G. Neff, Masoud Fathizadeh, packaging machine from Morrison, $107,000
  6. Higley J, Akram Hossain, Masoud Fathizadeh, equipment from Rockwell Automation, $146,853
  7. Higley J, Akram Hossain, M. Zahraee, G. Neff, Masoud Fathizadeh, automation equipment from Goodman Packaging, Inc., $50,000
  8. Higley, J, Akram Hossain, M. Zahraee, G. Neff, Masoud Fathizadeh, automation parts from Eaton Corporation,$2,830
  9. Higley J, Akram Hossain, M. Zahraee, G. Neff, Masoud Fathizadeh, conveyor belts from Intralox, $2,720
  10. Higley J, Akram Hossain, M. Zahraee, G. Neff, Masoud Fathizadeh, electrical panels and enclosures from Hoffman, $4,000
  11. Higley J, Akram Hossain, M. Zahraee, G. Neff, Masoud Fathizadeh, transformers from Schneider Electric, $1,806
  12. Higley, J, Akram Hossain, M. Zahraee, G. Neff, Masoud Fathizadeh, conveyor accessories from Dorner, $208
  13. Higley, J., Akram Hossain, M. Zahraee, G. Neff, Masoud Fathizadeh, mounting system parts from Balluff, Inc. $100
  14. Hossain , A, Masoud Fathizadeh, Niaz Latif, conveyor system from Shuttle Inc.,$100,000
  15. Hossain ,A, PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) from Diversified Systems in support of laboratory development, $3,500
  16. Tickoo,  S., software licenses for ANSYS $8,000

Cash Gifts ($72,333.00)

(Data provided by PUC Advancement office)

CITG

$12,219.00

Const

$3,175.00

Eng Tech

$7,315.00 (includes scholarship from PMMI)

Const

$20,221.00 (includes endowment from NWIPWA)

CITG

$219.00

Const

$550.00

Eng Tech

$2,155.00

Tech

$26,479.00  (includes $25,000 endowment for PMMI)

New approved graduate courses (9)

ECET55100 Optical Networking

Jay Agrawal

ECET56100 Wireless Networking Jay Agrawal
OLS 58300 Coaching & Mentoring in Organizations Joy Colwell
CMET 50800 Highway Construction & Maintenance Jay Lee
TECH 59800 Directed MS Project Joy Colwell
OLS57600 Advanced Issues in HR Joy Colwell
OLS58000 Interpersonal Skills for Leaders Joy Colwell
OLS58100 Workshop in OLS (variable course title) Joy Colwell
OLS55000 Managing Diversity Ralph Ocon






New graduate program approved (1)

Graduate Certificate in OLS (code: TECH-GRAD)

New mode of delivery of existing courses (10)

IT 508 Quality and Productivity in Ind. & Tech. S. Scachitti Online Delivery
IET 355 Statistical Process Control L. Mapa Online Delivery
ECET 210 C++ Programming O. Farook Synch. Dist. Delivery
ECET 159 Digital Applications Ashfaq Ahmed Synch. Dist. Delivery
TECH581 Data Warehousing & Bus Intelligence B. Nicolai DL-Online Asynchronous
TECH581 DB Modeling & Architecture B. Nicolai DL-Online Asynchronous
TECH599 RFP/Proj Devl & Mgmt B. Nicolai Delivered in China Via Citrix
CGT446 Post-Prod & Spec Effects K. Nankivell Online/Hybrid
Tech 646 Anlys Res Ind & Tech J. Whittington Online/Hybrid
TECH 581 Leadership and Ethics Joy Colwell Online Delivery

Courses delivered for the first time (10)

TECH 581V Infrastructure Asset Management Jay Lee
TECH 581 Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence B. Nicolai
TECH 581 DB Modeling & Architecture B. Nicolai
TECH 581 Web Application Security K. Jiang
TECH 581 Software Development for Virtual Reality K. Jiang
TECH 581 Interactive Multimedia Develop & Research J. Whittington
OLS 58300 Coaching & Mentoring in Organizations James Johnson
TECH 581V Infrastructure Asset Management Jay Lee
OLS 430 Safety, Health, & Environmental Management Systems Shoji Nakayama
TECH 581 Temporary Structures in Construction Jose Pena

Courses offered at the Academic Learning Center (ALC); SDD is Synchronous Distance Delivery


On-site course

SDD course

enrollment

Fall 2008

15

2

243

Fall 2009

17

4

329







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Executive Director Announced

We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Niaz Latif, Dean of the College of Technology, has agreed to assume additional responsibility as Executive Director of the Purdue Calumet Commercialization and Manufacturing Excellence Center (CMEC).   Dr. Latif has served as Dean of the College of Technology at Purdue University Calumet since July 1, 2007. […]