Ph.D.: Electrical Engineering , Wayne State University
Dr. Ali Golbazi is currently the chair of the Department of Electrical & Computer
Engineering and Computer Science at the University of New Haven. He teaches in the
electrical engineering program both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Prior
to joining the University of New Haven, in 1986 Dr. Golbazi was a lecturer at George
Washington University. He is a member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics
Engineers (IEEE), and the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Dr. Golbazi'
s academic and research interests are in fiber optics, optical sensors, and electronics. Dr.
Golbazi serves as the Director of Project Lead The Way (PLTW) at the University of
New Haven. PLTW is the leading STEM curriculum for middle and high schools in Connecticut
and the nation.
Published Books and Articles
"A Pilot Program in Internet-of-things with University and Industry Collaboration:
Introduction and Lessons Learned" 2018 ASEE Annual Conference and Exhibition. M. A. Golbazi, B. Karimi, A. Lizotte.
"A Partnership in Engineering Education: A K-12 Initiative" , Proceedings of the ASE New England Section 2005 Annual Conference. March 2005.
"A pre-biased micro bending optical sensor", International Symposium on Optical Science, Engineering , and Instrumentation, Denver, Colorado. August 8, 1996. Journal of International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), vol. 2839 pp. 426-433.
"A Hybrid Fiber Optic temperature sensor based on internal effect principle "International Symposium on optical engineering and Photonics in Aerospace Science and sensing, Orlando, Florida, April 14, 1993. Journal of International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), vol. 1952 pp. 245-255.
"Light Guides", Contribution to a chapter in Magill's Survey of Science, Salem Press. Nov. 1991, pp.1517-1524.
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