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About Frederick G. Harmon, Ph.D.

Dr. Fred Harmon has worked in research laboratories, flight testing squadrons (graduate of the Air Force Test Pilot School), and undergraduate and graduate engineering institutions.  Fred graduated from the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) with a graduate degree in electrical engineering (electromagnetics, communication systems) in 1996 and earned a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering (control systems, optimization, clean and renewable energy) from the University of California-Davis in 2005.  Recently, he was an Assistant Professor of Aeronautical Engineering at AFIT where he taught courses in optimization, optimal control, nonlinear control, and energy.  Currently, he is an associate professor of electrical engineering at Cedarville University where he teaches automatic controls, circuits, electromagnetics, optimization, and software programming courses.

Positions

Present Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Cedarville University School of Engineering and Computer Science
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Honors and Awards

  • Professor Ezra Kotcher Award, Air Force Institute of Technology - 2009
  • Tau Beta Pi Thesis Award Advisor-2012

Courses

  • Electromagnetics
  • Automatic Controls and Lab
  • Introduction to C++
  • Circuits and Instrumentation
  • Systems Optimization

Education

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PhD, University of California, Davis
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MSEE, Air Force Institute of Technology
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BSEE, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
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Contact Information

School of Engineering and Computer Science
Cedarville University
937-766-7694

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Conference Presentations (14)

Journal Articles (6)

Conference Proceedings (6)