Teaching Professor, Electrical Engineering
Chris enjoys developing with embedded systems, from the PCBs to firmware to run them. Applications range from real-time asset tracking (people and a campus bus) to the utilization of LEDs as input devices. A long-standing project is investigating how to utilize commercial LEDs matrices as interactive touch displays.
- B.A. Physics, Slippery Rock University, PA, 1989
- B.S. Computer Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, PA, 1991
- M.S. Computer Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, PA, 1994
- Ph.D. Computer Science, Pennsylvania State University, PA, 1999
- embedded systems
- digital design
- signal processing
- computer architecture
- control theory
- PCB layout
- Coulston, C., Hankewycz, D., and Kelleher, A., “A Mobile Application to Track a Campus Bus,” Circuit Cellar, Issue #287, June 2014.