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Faculty & Staff

There are multiple levels of employees within the EAET department: Chair, full-time faculty, affiliate faculty, and staff.

  • The Department Chair is the head of the EAET department and of all the programs.
  • Full-time faculty hold office hours and do advising.  Each program has one full-time faculty member that acts as the Program Coordinator, head of the program.
  • Affiliate faculty are part time instructors; they do not hold office hours and may not teach each semester. Their contact information is found on their program's faculty & staff page.
  • Staff are personnel who run the office and the laboratories.

Full-time Faculty Office Hours Spring 2018

 


Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

LinkedIn: Mingli He

B.S., Nanjing Aeronautical Institute; M.S., Ph.D., University of Central Florida; Chair Engineering & Engineering Technology and Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology.

 Dr. Mingli He assumed the role as Chair of the Engineering & Engineering Technology Department on July 1st, 2013, after having served in various MSU Denver faculty positions since August 1998.

Dr. He brings many years of industrial experience and classroom experience to the position. He has worked at Aeroengine Research Institute, Shenyang, China; University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida; Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers, Orlando, Florida; AT&T Microelectronics Plant, Orlando, Florida; Gulf Coast Reginal Maritime Technology Center, Orange, Texas; and most recently as Coordinator of the Mechanical Engineering Technology Program at MSU Denver. He is a tenured full professor in Mechanical Engineering Technology.

Dr. He processes a strong background in CAD, Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, as well as his teaching.

Dr. He is a member or been associated with in various organizations such as ASME, SAE, SME, ASHRAE, SMACNA and ASEE.

Dr. He has worked on various projects such as the DEMOSAT Project – NASA; The Colorado Space Grant Consortium to develop interest in the STEM programs in education. He is currently working with CCCS on the CHAMP program and DPS on Career Path Way program.



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
61

Directory Profile

Bio:

B.S., M.S., Technical University of Budapest; Ph.D., Colorado State University; Professor of Civil Engineering Technology.



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

Aaron Brown is an associate professor in the Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology. He has a Ph.D. in Civil Systems Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a certificate in Engineering for Developing Communities and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering. He has directed much of his work towards a focus in the areas of Appropriate Design, Humanitarian Engineering, Humanitarian Technology and Sustainable Design. At MSU Denver he has developed curriculum and directed undergraduate research around these topics and also established a humanitarian engineering club that engages students in service-learning engineering activities that benefit vulnerable communities.  Dr. Brown is involved with Engineers without Borders and has worked on projects that help vulnerable people both at the local level and in locations all over the globe. His work has been featured on National Public Radio, the Denver post, and in other local and national level media.  Hee was named "Community Game Changer" by CBS Denver. He is also the recipient of the 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Award which recognizes work “ for the greater good”. He was awarded this for his efforts to promote social justice and peace through capacity building in vulnerable communities.

Professor Brown's background also includes aerospace industry work. Among his notable project contributions were design work on the landing mechanism for the Mars Science Laboratory Rover Mission AKA Curiosity. Mechanism design work for Hubble Robotics and on Global Precipitation Measurement Instrument Missions. Additionally, Professor Brown has worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology designing test equipment to measure stress-strain relationships to superconductor performance.

His past work on the tethering landing mechanism used to lower the Mars rover Curiosity to the Red Planet’s surface is part of a $2.5 billion program NASA says will assess whether the Gale Crater area of Mars has ever had the potential to support a habitable environment



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

B.S., University of Colorado, M.B.A., University of Denver; Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Technology.



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
61

Directory Profile

Bio:

Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder; M.S., Applied Mechanics, Colorado School of Mines; B.S., Hydraulic Engineering, Chendu University of Science and Technology, China. Professor of Civil Engineering Technology.



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
61

Directory Profile

Bio:

B.S. and M.S., Technical University of Budapest; Ph.D., Budapest University of Technology and Economics; Professor of Civil Engineering Technology.



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

Dr. Lin Huang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology (EAET) at Metropolitan State University of Denver, where she has been a faculty member since 2010.

Dr. Huang received her M.S. degree in Micro-Electronics from Fudan University in China and completed her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Florida Atlantic University in USA. Her research interests are in the area of Biometrics, Pattern Recognition, Signal Processing, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Embedded System Design and VLSI.

Dr. Huang is a senior member of International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology (IACSIT), and a member of American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). She was the Chair of International Conference on Machine Learning and Computing (ICMLC) in 2013, 2014 and 2016. And she was a guest editor for EDP Sciences in 2016. She has been the editor-in-chief for International Journal of Machine Learning and Computing (IJMLC) since 2012



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

B.E., Mechanical Engineering, Mangalore University, India; M.S., Engineering Technology, West Texas A&M University; Ph.D., Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering, Wichita State University; Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology.

He is currently working with CCCS on the CHAMP program and DPS on Career Path Way program.  



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

Diploma of Mechanical Engineering, Polytechnic School, University of Kinshasa, D.R Congo; M.S. in Engineering Systems, Ph.D. in Engineering (Mechanical Specialty), Colorado School of Mines; Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology.



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

B.E., Mechanical Engineering, Tribhuban University, Nepal; M.S, Mechatronics, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea; Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, Western Michigan University; Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology.



Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

B.S.E.E., National Polytechnic School, Quito, Ecuador; M.S.E.E., University of Colorado at Denver; Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Technology. 

Dr. Proano's experience includes engineering training at the NASA Satellite Tracking Station, Cotopaxi, Ecuador.  Once he finished his doctorate degree, Dr. Proano joined AT&T Bell Laboratories in Massachusetts where he worked on large optical and cable telecommunications systems.  After 12 years in Bell Labs, he joined the semiconductor industry working on various aspects of design of integrated circuits for telecommunications, fiber-optics, hard disk drives, and integrated mobile devices, for over a decade.  Dr. Proano has nine U.S. patents in the semiconductor industry.



Position Role:
Full-Time Staff

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
300

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

Associates of General Studies in Multi-Media Graphic and Animation Technology, Red Rocks Community College; Associates of Arts, Red Rocks Community College; B.A. Technical Communications, Metropolitan State University of Denver; Administrative Assistant III Engineering Technology.



Position Role:
Full-Time Staff

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
120A

Campus Box Number:
61

Directory Profile

Bio:

B.S in Architectural Engineering from University of Colorado Boulder, M.S. in Civil Engineering from University of Colorado Boulder



Position Role:
Full-Time Staff

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
327

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

B.A. University of Colorado, M.S. Northern Arizona University



Position Role:
Full-Time Staff

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
185A

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile

Bio:

B.S.M.E. University of Maryland, College Park



Position Role:
Full-Time Staff

Office Location:
AES

Office Number:
165B

Campus Box Number:
29

Directory Profile


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