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Dr. D. Steven Barker
Electrical Engineering Technology
Technology Building 125
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo State College
Buffalo, NY 14222
Office Phone: 716-878-6814
Technology Department Phone: 716-878-6017
Course Webpages - Fall 2016
Information for all courses:
- WebPages Introduction
- Homework-Credit Guide (WebCHARLIE)
- Preclass-Quiz Guide
- Common Questions and Answers
Courses this semester on Tuesday and Thursday:
- ENT300, Analytical Methods, 2.5-hours lecture/week - 10:50 to 12:05 - CLAS-B119
- ENT462 & ENT462W, Control Systems II, 4.5-hours lecture and lab/week - 1:40-3:55 TR
- ENT342, Electrical Networks, 2.5-hours lecture/week - 5:00 to 6:15 TR
Other Courses Previously Taught by Dr. Barker
- TEC313, Statistical Quality Control , 3-hours lecture/week
- ENT313W, Computer Methods, 3-hours lecture and lab per week
- TEC314, Electro-Mechanics , 4.5-hours/week including lectures and labs
- ENT331, Electrical Circuits and Devices I, 2.25-hours lecture, 2.25-hours lab/week
- 331a (one lecture Fall 2016) Summary2 AC Circuits
& a YouTube example.
- ENT332, Electrical Circuits and Devices II, 4.5-hours lecture or lab/week
- ENT335, Industrial Electronics , 4.5-hours/week including lectures and labs - 1:40 to 3:55
- ENT341, Electronics, 4.5-hours lecture and lab/week
- ENT361, PLCs, 4.5-hours lab and lecture/week (previously ENT495 and ENT497)
- ENT461, Control Systems I, 4.5-hours/week including lectures and labs - 9:50 to 12:05
- ENT465 & ENT465W, Senior Design, 4.5-hours project work/week
- Associate Professor at Buffalo State College, since Fall 1999
- Assistant Professor at Buffalo State College, Fall 1995 to Spring 1999
- Industrial Experience: ten years in the aerospace industry in
Southern California designing and simulating satellite control
- Prior University Teaching Experience: five years at the University
teaching electrical engineering courses
- Prior Community College Teaching Experience: eight years in Wyoming
teaching physics and pre-engineering
- Degrees: BA Physics (1969), MS Physics (1972),
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering (1984).
- Former member of ASEE and IEEE.
Current Interests in Education and Research
- Educational Interests:
- In-class exam on preclass quizzes (new Fall 2015).
- Preclass-Online quizzes (new Spring 2014) plus quizzes in class (new Fall 2014).
- "Flipping the Classroom" (new Spring 2013). Modeled by
Salman Kahn's Kahn Academy.
- Improving Algebra Skills of Engineering Technology Students using
- Educational Uses of Linux,
- MBTI Personality-Model Utilization,
- Global sustainability.
- Research Interests:
- Industrial Automation.
- PID Controller Tuning.
- Systems that promote global sustainability.
The web contains many MATLAB tutorials.
Use WebCHARLIE, Click on the Iceberg. --->
<---- See Course Webpages, Click on the Globe.