Research interests include: network planning and design, computer networking, next generation networks and telecommunications policy, regulation and law.
Ron Fulle is an associate professor in the Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering Technology Department. He has taught at RIT since 1998. Previously he was an executive with AT&T. He teaches disciplines that he practiced in industry to both on campus and to on line undergraduate and graduate telecommunications students. Fulle's special areas of interest and courses taught include: Network Planning & Design, Computer Networking, Next Generation Networks and Telecommunications Policy, Regulation and Law. He also created a 3-in-1 topics course that includes: Engineering Economics, Ethics and Project Management. Fulle's first book was published by the RIT Press in 2009 and is titled: Telecommunications History & Policy into the 21st Century. Fulle is an active member of IEEE, IEEE Communications Society-Past Chair of Rochester Society, ASEE and the NSP Alumni Association.