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|Kevin||Clements||Professor Emeritusfirstname.lastname@example.org||x 5517||CPE|
|Katherine||Dykes||Adjunct Instructoremail@example.com||x 5517||CPE|
|James||Matthews||Adjunct Teaching Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||x 6106||AK 214|
|Jeff||Mayer||Adjunct Instructoremail@example.com||x 5517||CPE|
|Anthony||McGrail||Adjunct Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Pajic||Adjunct Instructoremail@example.com||x 5517||
|Richard||Stanley||Adjunct Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Robert||Swarz||ECE Professor of Practiceemail@example.com||x 5517||AK 020|
|Edvina||Uzunovic||Adjunct Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Robert||Wheeler||Adjunct Instructoremail@example.com||x 5517||CPE|
Since 2000, my work, research, and passion has centered on the Precision Personnel Locator (PPL) for First Responders. I have come to love the community of first responders, including fire fighters and law enforcement, and want to help them by providing a tool that will enhance their ability to effectively and efficiently deal with crisis situations. Beyond locating personnel, the PPL can relay physiological information back to the commanders, providing information that can potentially indicate when a firefighter has reached his or her stress limit. Learn more...
John A. Orr has held many positions on campus including Provost, Dean of Undergraduate Studies, and head of the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. Dr. Orr's research interests span several aspects of digital signal processing, including applications to indoor navigation systems, and to power quality. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and of the American Society for Engineering Education, and serves as President of IEEE-HKN, the ECE academic honor society. In his spare time John enjoys travelling and working on sustainability initiatives.