Dr. Alaraje’s research interests focuses on processor architecture, System-on-Chip design methodology, Field-Programmable Logic Array (FPGA) architecture and design methodology, Engineering Technology Education, and hardware description language modeling. Dr. Alaraje is currently the Electrical Engineering Technology program chair as well as a faculty member at Michigan Technological University, he taught and developed courses in Computer Engineering technology area at University of Cincinnati, and Michigan Technological University. Dr. Alaraje is a Fulbright scholar; he is a member of American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), a member of ASEE Electrical and Computer Engineering Division, a member of ASEE Engineering Technology Division, a member of Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE), and a member of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Department Heads Association (ECETDHA)
Aleksandr Sergeyev is currently an Assistant Professor in the Electrical Engineering Technology program in the School of Technology at Michigan Technological University. Dr. Aleksandr Sergeyev is earned his bachelor degree in electrical engineering in Moscow University of Electronics and Automation in 1995. He obtained the Master degree in Physics from Michigan Technological University in 2004 and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 2007. Dr. Aleksandr Sergeyev research interests include high energy lasers propagation through the turbulent atmosphere, developing advanced control algorithms for wavefront sensing and mitigating effects of the turbulent atmosphere, digital inline holography, digital signal processing, and laser spectroscopy. He is also involved in developing new eye-tracking experimental techniques for extracting 3-D shape of the object from the movement of human eyes. Dr. Sergeyev is he is a member of American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) and actively involved in promoting engineering education.
Professor Fred Scheu earned a B.S.E.E. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and an M.S.E.E. from San Jose State University, San Jose. CA. Professor Scheu has been teaching at the College of Lake County, Il. since 2005 and is the Electrical Engineering Technology Department Chair since 2008. Prior to his teaching career, Professor Scheu worked in the electronics industry developing thermal and inkjet printing technologies. Later he was responsible for the development of state of the art time domain reflectometers and fiber optic components. Professor Scheu holds four patents as the result of his work in industry.
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