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Hall, Janne


PhD, Electrical Engineering, Jackson State University, 2021 Master of Science, Computer Science, Texas Southern University 2014 Bachelor of Science, Electronic Engineering Technology, Texas Southern University, 2000


09/08/2020-05/31/2021 Jackson State University, Jackson, MS JSU ERDC Critical Infrastructure Cyber Protection Program-Graduate Research AssistantConducting research in cyber protection for critical infrastructures. Researched Industrial Control Systems (ICSs) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems for critical infrastructures. Research focused on creating and testing frameworks using hardware PLCs and Software Python in efforts to prevent cyber-attacks. Part-time

08/01/2020-05/31/2021 Texas Southern University, Houston, TX Engineering Department- Adjunct Professor for 111 Circuit Analysis I Laboratory, 211 Circuit Analysis II Laboratory and 215 Digital Systems Laboratory courses -Prepared experimental procedures, setup experiments using circuit simulation software (PSpice, Analog Discovery and Multisim) and videos, monitored students conducting experiments, ensured students. understood/completed lab experiments and understood equipment (DMM, Function Generators, Power Supplies, Logic Analyzers, Network Analyzers, and Oscilloscopes) – Created/Graded assignments, quizzes, test, midterms, finals -Posted grades and assignments using Blackboard and TSU portal. Part-time

07/15/2019-04/20/2020 Jackson State University, Jackson, MS Faculty Development for Student Success at the Center for University Scholars- Graduate Research Assistant -Researched concepts to facilitate the successfulness of new faculty members and designed the web site to reflect this information. Part-time

01/22/2018-01/01/2019 Jackson State University, Jackson, MSElectrical and Computer Engineering Department- Graduate Teaching Assistant for 330 Electronics I (Lecture and Laboratory) and 331 Electronics II (Lecture and Laboratory) courses Assisted students with understanding/completing lab experiments and equipment -Graded lab reports, assignments, quizzes, tests, midterms, and final exams. Part-time

12/01/2014-01/01/2018 Texas Southern University, Houston, TX Engineering Department- Adjunct Professor for 131 Direct Current Circuits, 111 Direct Current Circuits Laboratory, 133 Alternating Current Circuits & 113 Alternating Current Circuits Laboratory courses -Prepared and presented lectures -Prepared experimental procedures, setup experiment equipment, monitored students conducting experiments, ensured students understood/completed lab experiments and understood equipment (DMM, Function Generators, Power Supplies and Oscilloscopes) – Created/Graded assignments, quizzes, test, midterms, finals -Posted grades and assignments using Blackboard and TSU portal. Part-time


• Sprint/Nextel-RF Engineer of multiple quarters and years

• Texas Southern University, Department of Engineering Distinguished Alumni Recipient 2017

• Alpha Epsilon Lambda – Jackson State University Mu Chapter-Honors

• Golden Key International Honor Society

• National Society of Leadership and Success Sigma Alpha Pi-Honors


Oral Defense-Development of an Online Model for Electrical and Computer Engineering Programs with Virtual Labs 03/04/2021

Sahin, Ismet

Education and Training


Research Interests



Student receives Apple scholarship

Samuel Kanu, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mathematics major here at Texas Southern University, was selected into the Apple HBCU Scholars program.   This is the second year of the initiative Apple launched in partnership with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund to provide opportunities in the tech industry for students and enhance engagement with faculty on HBCU campuses.  During the week of February 13th, Apple hosted 35 students from 16 HBCUs for a 5-day immersive experience at its headquarters in Cupertino, California where they learned more about the company’s culture, ecosystem and community. In May, they will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through a paid internship.  Upon returning to school for their final year, students will receive scholarship funding to complete their education, and continue their experience with Apple and TMCF as Ambassadors to the program.  Please join us in recognizing Samuel Kanu on this great accomplishment. Additionally, Samuel is the President of the TSU student chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers and a TSU Calculus Bowl champion!

Multipurpose Engineering Computer Lab


TECH 258

Engineering Computer Lab

Engineering Computer Lab

Students will utilize computer programs such as AutoCAD and Microstation as tools in computer, and civil engineering design and documentation solution that supports Building Information Modeling workflows.

There will also be use of other relevant software to explore structures with emphasis on both the analytical and graphical approaches to trusses and building frames, design in steel of tension members, beams, columns, welded and bolted connections; eccentrically loaded and moment resistant joints; and plate girders.

  • Civil Engineering Design and Documentation Solution
  • Construction Project Administration
  • Engineering Plan and Specification Development
  • Computer Engineering Projects

Students will be able to oversee and participate in construction project administration; assist in overseeing engineering plan and specification development, and ensure compliance with design specifications, codes, and District and other regulatory standards. Their training in AutoCAD will allow them to better understand project performance, maintain more consistent data and processes, and respond faster to change.

The department will now be able to host a number of research opportunities in the area of computer engineering and civil engineering design and planning necessary to meet the changes in global demands.

Students in the Multipurpose Engineering Computer Lab

Students in the Multipurpose Engineering Computer Lab

Micro Processing Lab


TECH 252
Students in the Microprocessing lab

Students in the Microprocessing lab

In this lab students are introduced to microprocessor hardware and software, including microprocessor principles, machine language programming, and input/output functions/timing. Students learn input/output operations, bus systems, subroutine and control signals, utilize micro assemblers to write floating point mathematical routines, learn special purpose language, and generate re-locatable code.

Microprocessing Lab

Microprocessing Lab

Students will have familiarity with low power electronics design, gain strong analysis skills, and an understanding of test development. Students will gain experience with different applications of Six Sigma development methods, Concept Engineering, Robust Characterization (P- Diagram), and Capability Analysis. Students will develop the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.

The department will now be able to host a number of research opportunities in the area of software development to meet real world goals and functions. This can help in the development of advanced technology and artificially intelligent systems.

Geotechnical/Material Testing Lab


TECH 152

Modern equipment in the geotechnical lab

The Geotechnical lab is used to test the structural properties of concretes, grouts, and composite materials. Tests are done to determine the soil
and rock properties under both static and dynamic loading conditions. The lab has equipment to perform a variety of tests including:

  • Moisture Content Atterberg Limits Gradation Tests
  • Compaction and Permeability
  • Shear Strength
  • pH tests, Tri-axial tests, and Specific gravity
  • Concrete and Soil Testing

    Work done in this lab will allow students to understand the theoretical and empirical principles of soil engineering. Subject areas covered include geological formations of natural soils, soil sampling, and classification. Soil properties of major engineering significance will be studied that include the characteristics of water flow through soil, consolidation settlement and shear strength.

    • Soil testing Soil modeling Numerical analyses
    • Slope stability including progressive failure
    • Analytical methods in geotechnical design
    • Geo-environmental engineering

    Upon completion students will be able to identify soil categories, recognize solid composition, calculate soil properties, complete the solid compaction process, and calculate stresses in soil mass due to external and internal loads. Students will also be able to calculate settlements based on varying load and soil conditions. Students will develop a good understanding of shear strength of soils and characteristics of failure planes.

    All skills and theories learned in the geotechnical lab may be applied in the workplace.
    Research is conducted in soil testing, soil modeling, numerical analyses, slope stability including progressive failure, analytical methods in geotechnical design, and geo-environmental engineering. Research may be done to provide insight into the interaction and performance of earth structures, bearing failures and settlement damage. There are opportunities to collaborate with government and private organizations to better predict geotechnical performance.


Environmental Engineering Lab


TECH 253

Student using the equipment in the lab

The students receive instruction about microorganisms, bacterial morphology, communicable diseases (air- and water-borne), water quality, pollution control, and solid waste management.

Students will be ready for the work environment, because of their familiarity with laboratory routines and application of theory to practical experiences. Students will be able to apply the basic principles of hydrology and hydrometeorology, planning and management of water resources, water quantity and quality control, control of water flow to avoid damages, and water resource regulation.

Environmental Engineering lab

Environmental Engineering lab

Students can use the equipment for experimental research on engineering problems and develop new scientific approaches to solving environmental management problems facing the world.

  • Waste Water Treatment
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Microbiology
  • Sanitary Chemistry
  • Environmental Regulations

The lab setting

State of the art environmental engineering lab equipment

Electronics Computer Lab


TECH 256

This lab will help students to stay current with modern software and latest technology trends in electronics engineering.

Students in the Electronics Computer class

The Electronics Computer class

Students will be exposed to structured methods for developing complex technology computer programs using high level programming in a networked environment. The C++ language as a problem-solving tool will be emphasized. Writing industrial application programs such as floating point mathematical routines and special purpose languages utilizing micro assemblers will be taught.

Students will receive hands-on experience in high-level, object-oriented language programming using JAVA, which includes inheritance and polymorphism, implementing hiding, and the creation of JAVA applets for internet usage.

Students will have experience analyzing and interpreting technical and design requirements, designing software strategies, and creating code. Students will develop extensive knowledge of software version control procedures and systems, and management of software development.

The department will also host a number of research opportunities in the area of software development to meet real world goals and functions. This can help in the development of advanced technology and artificially intelligent systems.

  • C++ language as a problem- solving tool
  • High-level, object-oriented language programming using JAVA
  • Creation of JAVA applets for internet usage
  • Students in the Electronics Computer Lab

    Students in the Electronics Computer Lab

    Control Lab


    TECH 260

    Student testing equipment

    Students will analyze and design control systems with an emphasis on control software, programmable controllers and data acquisition. They will perform experiments which emphasize the practical aspects of control principles while studying the feedback provided by control systems. Students will learn the control modes and methods of implementation by analog and digital means.

    Students will have experience with hands-on troubleshooting, maintenance and optimization of electronic control systems; proven technical leadership, and systems-level understanding of observatory functions. All this is necessary for the job market.

    The department will now be able to host a number of research opportunities in the area of software development to meet real world goals and functions. This can help in the development of advanced technology and artificially intelligent systems.

    Electronics equipment

    • Electronic Control Systems
    • Programmable Controllers
    • Control Software
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Software Development
    • Data Acquisition
    • Troubleshooting
    • Maintenance and Optimization

    Electronic Control Systems class

    Adeniyi, Adedeji


    Funding, Internship and Employment Opportunities in the U.S. Department of the Navy’s HBCU/MI Program.

    Naval Opportunities Awareness Workshop

    Wednesday May 11 2016
    10:00 am to 12:30 pm

    Science Building 303H

    Please download the flyer here.

    Lewis, J. Jonathan

    Education and Training

    Ed.D., Urban/ITEC Education, 1988, Texas Southern University, Houston

    M.S., Transportation Planning and Management, 1996

    M.S., Industrial Technology, 1986. Texas Southern University, Houston,

    *B.B.A., Cum Laude, Dean*=s List, Business Administration, 1980 Jones
    College, Orlando, FL

    A.A., Deans List, Liberal Arts, 1976. Kingsboro College, Brooklyn, NY

    Technical Training

    Elearning TEGRITY, 2004, Texas Southern University, Houston, TX

    Elearning, 2003, University of Texas at Austin, TX

    Estimating and Project Management, 2003, Las Vegas, NV

    Small Contractors training, 2003, Swinerton Builders, Houston, TX

    Project Management, 2002, Timberline, Portland, OR**

    UNI-GRAPHIC S, 2000, Texas Southern University, Houston, TX**


    GETTING STARTED WITH SAP R/3, 1999, College of Continuing Ed, TSU,
    Houston, TX**

    VENTURE DEVELOPER & MANAGER, 1999, CHS Development Co., Houston, TX**

    UNI-GRAPHICS SOLUTIONS, 1999, San Jacinto Community College, Houston,

    SOLID EDGE BASICS, 1999, Prairie View A & M University, Prairie View,

    DISTANCE EDUCATION CERTIFICATION, 1997, Texas A & M, College Station,

    EDUCATORS TRAINING, 1994 Present (annually), Timberline Corp.,
    Beaverton, OR**

    AUTOCAD – AutoLISP, 1995, Houston Community College, Houston, TX**

    TEXAS DRUG & ALCOHOL, Austin, Texas

    BUILDING & CODE APPLICATION, 1993, SBCCI, College Station TX

    MUNICIPAL INSPECTORS, 1993, Texas A & M, College Station, TX**

    Civil Engineering Tech, 1994, San Jacinto Community College, Houston,

    Architectural Blue Print Reading,

    Structural Blue Print Reading, 1980, Mid-Florida Technical Institute,
    Orlando, FL

    Building Estimating, 1973

    Architectural Drafting, 1972, Manhattan Technical Institute, New York,


    Distance Education Delivery (DED)

    Radiation Safety Officer (RSO)

    Certified Senior Industrial Technologist (CSIT)

    Texas Drug & Alcohol Driving Awareness (TeDADA)

    Driver Training Instructor (DSI)

    Competent Person: Excavation and Trench Safety

    Dissertation title

    /Effects of Coordinated Vocational Academic Education on Academic
    Performance and Standardized Test Achievement of Urban Students/



    Experience in curriculum development and teaching both on the undergraduate
    and graduate levels; educational administration as assistant dean,
    educational specialist, department chair, manager, distance education,
    technology transfer/multi-media program offering. Project management;
    including such major projects as EPCOT Center/Disney World with
    responsibilities in estimating, scheduling, cost-control, coordinating,
    personnel management and motivation, and labor relations and arbitration.


    Stabilized declining enrollment in first year and brought about an increase
    of 300% the second year; completed negotiations and established scholarship
    program that grew to over $25,000.00 ; Integrated computer applications in
    program with awards totaling over $2,400,000 from industry partners.
    Authored early admission policy for university; assisted with negotiations
    to establish high school within college walls; and was successful in
    hosting national conferences in Houston. Lead author for university=s
    distance learning plan; moved up from rank of Coordinator of program to
    Department Chair in 15 months, and received coveted TEACHER OF THE YEAR
    Award in thirty months. Member of University Curriculum Committee that
    realigned program offerings and lead evaluator of program. Chaired
    University Senate Budget Committee; faculty participation in technology
    transfer increased by over 50% while serving as chair of University Faculty
    Development and Sabbatical Committee and Educational Specialist. Recipient
    of several awards from Faculty Development body to participate in
    Specialized Training. Technical Education Consultant to University
    College and Belize Technical Institute in Belize, Central America –
    developed bachelors program offerings in Industrial Education for

    Technical advisor to Governor’s Weatherization Program, Consultant to
    local, private construction firm, and MHMRA, Houston. Pioneered Planning
    Inspection in country and developed Building Inspection procedures. Land
    Development Control Authority has been operating continuously ever since.
    Coordinated staggering work hours for project employing over 10,000.
    Production increased approximately 10% while door-to-door travel time was
    reduced for workers. Scheduled projects, with more than 50 contractors at
    EPCOT Center/Disney World, to ensure efficient coordination and
    minimization of lost time. Brought all in on schedule. Overcame initial
    resistance of some contractors to first minority Code Enforcement Officer
    in Florida community. Initial complaints disappeared; cooperation ensued.


    Energy Efficient Building Association (EEBA)

    Southern Building Code Congress International (SBCCI)

    American Institute of Building Designers (AIBD)

    Texas Institute of Building Designers (TIBD)

    Texas Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association (TEDSEA)

    National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT)

    Institute of Transportation Engineers, Texas (TexITE)

    North American Autodesk User Group (AUGI)

    American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)

    Professional organizations

    National HBCU Faculty Development Network, Tougaloo, MS

    Epsilon Pi Tua, GAMMA PI CHAPTER

    Graduate Faculty, Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas

    Graduate Faculty, Indiana State University, Indiana

    American Institute of Building Design (AIBD

    Texas Institute of Building Design (TIBD)

    Texas Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association (TEDSEA)

    Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

    North American Autodesk User Group (AUGI)

    Greater Houston Builder Association (GHBA)

    Community organizations

    Pathfinder Clubs of North America, Director

    Sagemont Civic Association

    Sagemont Homeowners

    International Student Organization, Sponsor

    International Programs Council


    GHBA Playhouse Competition, 3^rd Place, 1996

    GHBA Playhouse Competition, 1st Place 1995

    Outstanding Instructor and Friend Award, 1995

    Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, 1991

    Academic Scholar, 1985 – 1988

    Outstanding Service to International Affairs, 1988

    Outstanding Service to the Graduate Program, 1988

    Outstanding Service to the Graduate Program, 1987

    Certificate of Appreciation, Technology Education Association, Houston, TX


    Current research involvement includes a study of the curriculum and
    technology in the program. The study entitled “Technology Curriculum: An
    Assessment” is redefining whether training received by students were
    meeting the needs of industry, whether our students having difficulty in
    perusing their careers in the field for which they were trained. Are they
    able to compete both in industry and in furthering their education? What
    programmatic changes need to be made to allow for greater flexibility with
    newer and emerging technologies.

    Materials in construction and the energy efficiency of buildings is also
    one of my concerns. A few years ago I received funding to develop methods
    and usage of formed steel in residential construction. Steel-framing was
    used to conduct construction procedures and instruction/information in real
    time. Project is on-going and an assessment is warranted to determine
    outcomes and involvement. This interest covers the areas of quality,
    performance, and productivity in education involving human and natural

    Research Interests

    Field 1, Field 2, Field 3

    Research/Scholarly Activities


    Recent Publications

    Teaching Materials Developed

    Lewis, J. Jonathan, Technical Writing: e-Learning Course Packet

    Lewis, J. Jonathan and Elizabeth S. Hartwell, Guide to classroom

    Lewis, J. Jonathan and Elizabeth S. Hartwell, Principles of Driver

    Developed computer aided teaching materials which are now being used in
    Construction Technology program.

    Developed new courses for the undergraduate and graduate programs

    Multi-media materials developed for program and school.


    Lewis, J. Jonathan and Elizabeth S. Hartwell Guide to Classroom
    Manuscript developed and used in classroom for ongoing
    certification exercises (1994/2000).

    Lewis, J. Jonathan and Elizabeth S. Hartwell Principles of Driver
    . Manuscript developed and tested in classroom for ongoing
    training exercises (1994/2000).

    Lewis, J. Jonathan, Editor, The Foundation Program Newsletter, (1995 –

    Wickliff, A. Martin, J. Jonathan Lewis, and Richard Carlson. Employee vs
    Management: Discrimination in the Workplace
    , Consultancy Report for
    MHMRA, Houston. May 1993

    Lewis, J. Jonathan and Perkins, Iris. 3 + 1: BTC and University College
    of Belize,
    Consultancy Report for the Belize Technical College (BTC) in
    corporation with the Ministry of Education and USAID, Belize City, Belize

    Lewis, J. Jonathan and Michael Price. Terticery Education: A Joint
    Consultancy Report for the Commission on Education,
    Government of Belize/USAID, Belize City, Belize >91

    Technical Presentations

    Jones, Dorothy L. R., M. Shelly Hunter, and J. Jonathan Lewis (2004),
    /Teaching and Learning with Teachnology: Creating Successful
    E-Portfolios,/ National HBCU Faculty Development Symposium, Miami, FL.

    Lewis, J. Jonathan (2003) Community Development – Mental Health Summit

    Rozman, Stephen L. and J. Jonathan Lewis (1998) Alcohol and Other Drug
    Prevention at HBCU=s: Faculty Roles. The Higher Education Center on
    Alcohol and other Drug Prevention Symposium, Baltimore, Maryland

    Lewis, J. Jonathan, Jessie Silverglate, and Ellis (1997) Technology
    Transfer, National HBCU Faculty Development Symposium, Memphis, TN.**

    Lewis, J. Jonathan (1995) “Who’s Driving Whom?” Driver and Traffic Safety
    Education Conference, Houston, Texas

    Lewis, J. Jonathan and O=Neal, Van (1994) “Bill of Rights on the
    Roadway.” Traffic Safety Conference, Houston, Texas

    Lewis, J. Jonathan and Price, Michael (1991). Terticery Education: A
    Joint Partnership. Commission on Education, Government of Belize/USAID,
    Belize City, Belize



    Fannie Mae Foundation Community Development Leadership Program (CDLP)**

    SATOP Space Alliance Technology Outreach Program**

    Texas Parks and Wildlife Urban Programs

    Scheduling With Primavera, Primavera Systems (2000)

    Project Estimating, Timberline (2000)

    Project Management, Primavera, $4,500.00 (1999)

    Estimating, Cost Accounting, and Management, Timberline (1999)

    Expedition: Project Control, Primavera, $40,900.00 (1998)

    Technology Systems – HISD, $9,000.00 (1998)

    Cold-Formed Steel in Residential Construction, NAHB/AISI/RTI, $40,000.00

    Project Scheduling (LAN Package), Primavera. (1996)

    Perusing Excellence in Teaching: Multi-media Teaching/Learning. Office of
    The Provost: Enhancing Teaching and Learning. $1,500 (1995)

    Technology Curriculum: An Assessment. University Organized Research.
    $3850.00 (1994)

    Project Management and Scheduling, (Software Package), Primavera. $4,000.00

    Program Computerization, Timberline Software Corporation, Oregon. $9,770.00

    Design of Baccalaureate Program: Belize Technical College. Government of
    Belize/USAID/TSU. $1,720.00 (1993)

    A Study of the Feasibility of a Dual Degree Program with The University
    College of Belize and the Belize Technical College. Government of
    Belize/USAID/TSU. $1,720 (1991)

    Zhang, Yuhong

    Education and Training

    • Ph. D. Electrical Engineering, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, 2008
    • M. Sc Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, 2000
    • M. Sc Applied Mathemetics, Hebei University if Technology, Tianjian, China, 1987
    • B. Sc Mathematics, Shandong University, Jinan, China, 1984


    Research Interests

    Recent Publications (out of a total of xxx)

    Journal Publications

    1. Y. Zhang and E. Salari, Modeling and Analysis of a Hybrid CAC Scheme
      in Heterogeneous Multimedia Wireless was accept in /International Journal
      of Handheld Computing Research (IJHCR/), Jan, 2012
    2. Y. Zhang and E. Salari, A Hybrid Channel Allocation Algorithm with Priority to Handoff Calls in Mobile Cellular Networks, /[LINK] [] Computer Communications/, Vol. 32, PP. 880-887, 2009.
    3. Y. Zhang and E. Salari, Utilisation analysis and comparison for multimedia wireless networks, /[LINK] [] International Journal Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing/, Vol 3, No. 3, PP. 185- 190, 2008.
    4. G. Martins and Y. Zhang, Design of Wave Digital Lattice Filters with Flat Passband, Equiripple Stopband and Nearly Constant Group Delay, /[LINK] [] International Journal of Electronics and Communications/[LINK] []
      , Vol. 58, pp. 30-36, 2004.
    5. Y. Zhang, Reliability Analysis of an (N+1)-unit Standby System with Pre-emptive Priority Rule, /Journal of Microelectronics and Reliability[LINK] [] ,/ vol. 36, No. 1, pp. 19-26, 1996.


    Principal Investigator, [LINK] [] EAGER: A Study of Security Countermeasures for Cyber-Physical Systems NSF, Award No. 1059116. $80,000, 09/15/2010-08/31/2012

    Principal Investigator, /Reducing Blocking Artifacts in JPEG Compressed Images Using an Adaptive Neural Network-based Algorithm/, TSU Seed Grant, id=mce_marker5,000, 2009.

    Wanyan, Yachi

    Education and Training

    • Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso 12/2008 Dissertation: Expert system design guide for lower classification roads over high PI clays Research Advisor: Dr. Soheil Nazarian
    • MS in Civil Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso 07/2003 Thesis: Expediting rigid pavement construction by using alternate pavement sections Research Advisor: Dr. Soheil Nazarian
    • B.E. major in Civil and Environmental Engineering, minor in Applied Computer Science, Tongji University, Shanghai, China 07/1998


    Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.), Texas, No. 106375.

    Research Interests

    Recent Publications (out of a total of xxx)


    Wanyan, Y., Abdallah, I., Nazarian, S. and Puppala, A.J. (2010) An Expert System for Design of Low-volume Roads over Expansive Soils Transportation Research Records: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2010

    Wanyan, Y., Manosuthkij, T., Abdallah, I., Nazarian, S. and Puppala, A.J. (2008) Expert System Design Guide for Lower Classification Roads over High PI Clays Research Report: FHWA/TX-08/0-5430-2

    Wanyan, Y., Portillo, E., Abdallah, I. and Nazarian S. (2008) Expert System for Pavement Remediation Strategies (ExSPRS) Users Manual Research Report: FHWA/TX-08/0-5430-P2

    Manosuthkij, T., Puppala, A.J., Nazarian, S. and Wanyan, Y. (2007)
    Comparisons between Measured and Predicted Swell Strains using PVR and
    Suction Based Models in Proceedings, Sessions of Geo-Denver, pp. 1-11

    Sheng, Z., Aristizabal, L.S. and Wanyan, Y. (2004) Well Spacing and Its Impacts on Surface Water Flow in El Paso Lower Valley in Proceedings, World Environmental and Water Resources Conference, ASCE, Salt Lake, Utah, June 27-July 1, 2004, 6p. CD-ROM.

    Vrinceanu, Isabela

    Education and Training

    • 1993 Engineering Diploma Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
    • 2000 M.S. Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology
    • 2002 Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology


    • ENGR 131 Engineering Graphics
    • CIVE 223 Hydrology and Water Resources
    • PHYS 116 University Physics Laboratory I
    • PHYS 213 College Physics Laboratory I
    • PHYS 214 College Physics Laboratory II
    • PHYS 215 Physics for Engineers Laboratory I
    • PHYS 217 University Physics Laboratory II
    • PHYS 218 University Physics Laboratory III


    Finite Element analysis as applied to microstructure properties of

    Research Interests