COLLEGE OF SCIENCE,
ENGINEERING AND
TECHNOLOGY
Visiting Instructor
TECH 313 | (713) 313.7023
talusanipr@tsu.edu
Curriculum Vitae

Education and Training

  • Institution: University of Houston (Houston, Texas) Dates: 01/1969 to 12/1970 Degrees Obtained: MS, Electrical Engineering-Computer Systems, 12/1970 Masters Thesis: Comparison of Describing Functions of a Non-linear System with Dead band (Chair: William P. Schneider.)
  • Institution: University of Houston (Houston, Texas) Dates: 01/1970 to 12/1974; 01/1980 05/1985 Completed 48 additional graduate hours in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Institution: Osmania University (Hyderabad, India) Dates: 06/1963 to 12/1967 Degrees Obtained: BS, Electronics and Communication Engineering, 12/1967 Senior Project: Pulse Width Modulator (Advisor: Umapathi Reddy)

Certifications: CCNA, CCNI, MCP, A+, NET+

Research Interests

Recent Publications (out of a total of xxx)

  1. Farrokh Attarzadeh, Deniz Gurkan, Miguel Ramos, Mequanint Moges, Victor Gallardo, Mehrube Mehrubeoglu, Reddy Talusani, Shruti Karulkar, NSF GRANTEE PRESENTATION: Results of an Innovative Approach to Learning via Peer-to-Peer Undergraduate Mentoring in Engineering Technology Laboratories, Proceedings of the 2010 ASEE Annual Conference, Louisville, Kentucky. Abstract Accepted.
  2. Farrokh Attarzadeh, Deniz Gurkan, Miguel Ramos, Mequanint Moges, Victor Gallardo, Mehrube Mehrubeoglu, Reddy Talusani, NSF GRANTEE PRESENTATION: RESULTS OF AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO LEARNING VIA PEER-TO-PEER UNDERGRADUATE MENTORING IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY LABORATORIES, Proceedings of the 2009 ASEE Annual Conference, Austin, TX.
  3. P. Reddy Talusani, Earnest G. Robinson, Minicomputer Technology Curriculum in collaboration With Digital Equipment Corporation, Presented at the 1986 Annual Conference of Texas Technical Society
  4. P. Reddy Talusani, Mathematical Computations for the Brown & Root Navigation and Positioning System, Technical document T-1974-05-08, Brown & Root, Inc., May 1974

Funding

PI, NSF ATE start up grant to enhance Biomedical Equipment
Technician Program, $50,000
co-PI working on a curriculum development project An Innovative
Approach to Learning via Peer-to-Peer Undergraduate Mentoring in
Engineering Technology Laboratories funded by NSF in collaboration with
the Team of Engineering Technology Professors at the University of Houston,
$199,985
PI, Digital Equipment Corporation start up grant for Mini/micro
Computer Technology Program, $50,000
National Merit Scholar