Prairie View A&M University, Engineering, M.S., 1993
University of Texas at Arlington, Electrical Engineering, B.S., 1990
Assistant Professor, Prairie View A&M University, 2003- present
Lead Data Processing System Hardware Engineer, United Space Alliance, 2000-2002
Adjunct Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1998-1999
Assistant Lecturer, Prairie View A&M University, 1993-1996
Research Assistant, Prairie View A&M University, 1990-1991
Assistant Lecturer, Texas A&M University, 1995
Software Evaluator, Texas Engineering Experiment Station, 1994
"An Integrated Microsystem for Environmental Sensing Powered by Energy Scavenging", Collaborative Research with the NSF Engineering Research Center (ERC) for Wireless Integrated Microsystems (WIMs) at the University of Michigan.
The research focus on developing miniature, low-cost integrated Microsystems which can gather information from their environment, interpret the data received and communicate with a host system over a bi-directional wireless link.
United Space Alliance Monthly Award
for Team Work: Received for Space Shuttle Solid State Mass Memory (SSMM)
and Recorder Installation and Integrated Testing, a multi-disciplined
team composed of NASA, USA and Boeing personnel. The team effort in
uncovering generic hardware failure immediately before
Authority-to-Proceed to build the flight units saved the Space Shuttle
Program a large sum of money. April 2002.
United Space Alliance Quest for Excellence Award: Received for contribution in addressing the Space Shuttle STS-102 GPC redundant set anomaly. June 2001.