Odon M. Musimbi, PhD.
Metropolitan State University of Denver
PhD, Engineering (Mechanical), Colorado School of Mines(2011)
MS, Engineering Systems, Colorado School of Mines(2011)
Diploma, Mechanical Engineer, University of Kinshasa (1994)
My name is Julio Proano, Ph.D., I am assistant professor at Metropolitan State University of Denver, having finished my Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, I worked for NASA at a Satellite Tracking Station in Ecuador Subsequently I obtained my M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Applied Mathematics at the University of Colorado, Boulder. My Ph.D. dissertation work (on Neural Networks applied to control systems and automation) went to the DOD in Virginia.
My formal graduate academic training was in Control Systems, Telecommunications and Applied Mathematics. After receiving my Masters and Ph.D. degrees in EE, I joined AT&T Bell Laboratories.
During my tenure at Bell Labs, I became skilled in the formal methodology and processes of Systems Engineering and Systems Architecture applied to large systems. Throughout my career, in the high-tech semiconductor and telecommunications industries, I worked in the following technologies: Mobile phone integrated systems, high-speed optical/copper LAN/WAN Ethernet, Storage Area Networks, Optical Transmission Networks, IP telephony, Cable-TV, Cable Networks architectures, Analog Broadcast Video, Voice/Data Network, Hard Disk Drive technology, etc.
I am co-inventor of nine US patents, and I have an additional US patent application pending, the areas of invention include Optical networks, Storage Area Networks (SAN), SONET, Ethernet, and Hard Disk Drives/read-channel technologies, etc.
Four years ago I joined the faculty of the Metropolitan State University and I have developed curriculum for the following courses: Digital Signal Processing, Very-large-scale Integration Circuit Analysis, Electromagnetic Fields, Electronics, [Mathematical] Transform Methods for Electrical Circuits, Process Control Systems, Programmable Logic Controllers, Hardware Description Language, Introduction to Engineering, Robotics.
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