Kala Meah received the B.Sc. degree from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology in 1998, the M.Sc. degree from South Dakota State University in 2003, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Wyoming in 2007, all in Electrical Engineering. From 1998 to 2000, he worked for several power companies in Bangladesh. Currently, Dr. Meah is an Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering program, Department of Engineering and Computer Science, York College of Pennsylvania, York, PA, USA. His research interest includes electrical power, HVDC transmission, renewable energy applications, energy conversion, and engineering education.
James Moscola is an Associate Professor of Computer Science and Computer Engineering at York College of Pennsylvania. He received a B.S. in Physical Science from Muhlenberg College in 2000, a B.S. in Computer Engineering, a M.S. in Computer Science, and a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis in 2001, 2003, and 2008 respectively. His interests include reconfigurable architectures and embedded systems.
Jim Kearns is an Associate Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering at York College of Pennsylvania. He received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (SEAS) and a B.S. in Economics (Wharton) from the University of Pennsylvania in 1982. Subsequently, he received his M.E. from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1984, and his Ph.D. from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1990, both in Mechanical Engineering. While at Georgia Tech he was the recipient of a Presidential Fellowship. Subsequently, he worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Applied Research Laboratory of the University of Texas-Austin. Dr. Kearns has spent the past 22 years at York College of Pennsylvania developing new programs in mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering. In 2016 he co-authored the 6th edition of Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering with Dr. Giorgio Rizzoni of the Ohio State University.
Dr. Eleanor Leung is an assistant professor with the Electrical and Computer Engineering program of York College of Pennsylvania. Her research area is in wireless communications focusing on space-time block coding and the design of signal constellations. Her technical research area is in wireless communications focusing on space-time block coding and the design of signal constellations. She is also doing research work focused on active and collaborative learning in engineering education. Eleanor has a B.S in Electrical Engineering from the University of Calgary and both a M.Eng and a Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from McMaster University.
Jason Forsyth is an Assistant Professor of Engineering at James Madison University. He received his PhD from Virginia Tech in May 2015. His major research interests are in wearable/ubiquitous computing and engineering education.
His wearable computing work develops safety systems that provide continuous monitoring and sensing to protect human life. Previous work examined the role of wearable pulse oximetry in protecting construction workers from carbon monoxide poisoning and developing a warning system for road-side workers and emergency personnel to estimate potential vehicle strikes. His current research interests focus on on-body human activity recognition and interactive machine learning for physical therapy patients and practitioners to increase exercise adherence and clinical evaluation.
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