Frank is the Department's electronics technician and software programmer. He designs, supports, and builds hardware and software systems for the Department's research activities. Students get to know Frank well, and appreciate his skills and attention to their needs.
1992 FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE, Software Design on the Macintosh using C 1991 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE, Psychology 1989 MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, Political Science, Introduction to Business, American History 1980 THADDEUS STEVENS COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, Associate Degree in Specialized Electronics Technology 1978 Willow Street Vo-Tech, 2 year degree Electronics Communication CONTINUING EDUCATION
2014 Visual Studio Pro Windows 7 C++ OSX Xcode C++ CMS Content Management System Crystal A/D converters
Robotic Trade Show MRP II Investments in Excellence Analog Devices Seminar Intro to Statistics Introduction To Multimate Lotus 123 IBM CMS Applied Robotics Rechargeable Batteries Physical Optics HP Logic Analyzers IEEE 488 Bus (GPIB) CAD/CAM PCB Design Structured Programming C Programming Pascal Programming Pascal HP1000 Fortran Programming Basic Programming Computer Manufacturing Programmable Controllers Intro to Computers Programming Microprocessors Microcomputer Fundamentals TT4 Digital Troubleshooting TT3 Digital ICs TT2 Linear ICs TT1 Transistor Course