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The Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) consists of engineering leaders from the electrical and computer engineering industry appointed by the ECE Chairperson who is an ex-officio member of the IAB. These engineering leaders assist the ECE department in assessing the technical content and performance of its programs in Electrical Engineering and in Computer Engineering.

The IAB meets with the faculty of the ECE department once or twice a year to discuss issues and review the outcomes and objectives of the undergraduate and graduate programs.

Members of the IAB

Wayne Campos
Chief Technology Officer
MIET Healthcare, Inc.
Fall River, MA

Carlos Casanova
Architect - Author - Speaker
Casanova Advisory Services
Slatersville, RI

Stephen Collins
Principal Consultant
Westport, MA

Marshall W. Cross
MegaWave Corporation
Worcester, MA

Sara A. Ferland
Computer Engineer
Unmanned Undersea Vehicles & Propulsions Systems
Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC)
Newport, RI

David Hague
Electrical Engineer
Sensors and Sonar Systems Department
Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC)
Newport, RI

Stephen Hall
Product Validation Engineer
Onset Computer Corporation
Bourne, MA

Norm Hildreth
NuDay Consulting

David A. Lincoln
Middletown, RI

Fred Magalhaes
Director, Electric Design and Engineering
General Dynamics Electric Boat
Groton, CT

W. Vance McCollough
Adjunct Professor
UMass Dartmouth
North Dartmouth, MA

Earl Medeiros
Senior Principal Performance Engineer
Engenuity Solutions Group
DELL-EMC Corporation
Hopkinton, MA

Brock Morrissette
Engineering Consultant
Operations Department
Lockheed Martin
Marion, MA

Tom Northardt
Research Engineer
Research, Development, Product Innovation
Middletown, RI

Timothy Palmer
Engineering Manager
Systems & Architecture Center of Excellence
General Dynamics Mission Systems
Taunton, MA

Ken Rapoza
Senior Electrical/RF Engineer
Lockheed Martin
Marion, MA


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