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KhanDr. Muhammad Khan

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering
Corley Building
1811 N Boulder Avenue
Russellville, AR 72801
E-mail: mkhan3@atu.edu

Education

BSEE - NED Univ of Engr and Tech.
MSEE - National Univ of Sci and Tech.
PHD - U North Carolina at Charlotte

Recently Taught Courses

ELEG 3003 - ENGR MODELING/DESIGN
ELEG 3153 - ELECTRICAL MACHINES
ELEG 3163 - ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS
ELEG 4113 - DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS
ELEG 4122 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS LAB
ELEG 4191 - ELECTRICAL DESIGN PROJECT I
ELEG 4192 - ELECTRICAL DESIGN PROJECT II
ELEG 6883 - ST: RANDOM PROCESSES

Research Interests

Wireless Communications, Acoustic Signal Processing, Industrial Automation and Control, Green Energy and Sustainability Education, K-12 and Higher Education Collaboration

Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy is based on creating and maintaining a transparent dialogue in the class room. I believe that it is essential for students to understand fundamentals of engineering subjects. My goal is to cultivate translational skills in students so that they can apply knowledge from one course to solving problems in another without explicit instructions to do so. I consider myself an unconditional ally of students and encourage them to follow hands on approach to learning.

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