M.S. Electrical Engineering
Francis is an adjunct faculty at the University of New Haven in the Electrical & Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department. He also works professionally in the engineering industry as an electrical engineer for Strain Measurement Devices. He is responsible for innovating new products which require designing printed circuit boards, writing firmware and software, designing wireless devices using BLE/ZigBee which interface with iOS devices, and developing control systems for manufacturing.
Prior to Strain Measurement Devices, Francis had internships at Schick Manufacturing, where he designed control systems for high speed razor manufacturing, FAST Inc., designing circuit boards for industrial kitchen automation, and Sikorsky, where the team developed a precision counter vibration method for the high speed X2 helicopter.
Francis has been involved in electronics since early childhood. Mentored by his father, he learned how to solder, breadboard, troubleshoot, build, and repair circuit boards and radios. Francis has a love for knowledge, resulting in being active with many hobbies including music, painting, app development, sports, woodworking, and amateur radio, call sign KC1LWK.