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Shola Olabisi

Senior Lecturer

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
College of Engineering Technology

Office Hours
Monday: 12:30PM - 2:30PM Wednesday: 12:30PM - 2:00PM Friday: 10:30AM - 12PM And by appointment(see me directly/email me for an appt.)

Shola Olabisi

Senior Lecturer

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
College of Engineering Technology

Education

MS, Ph.D., University at Buffalo

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Published Conference Proceedings
Zirnheld, Jennifer, et al. "Evaluation of Epoxy Coated Resistors in High Voltage DC Surge Environments." Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE Power Modulator and High Voltage Conference. Ed. IEEE. San Francisco, CA: n.p., Web.
Journal Paper
Muffoletto, Daniel P., et al. "Effects of Inductance on the Pressure Produced from Exploding Aluminum Metallized Capacitor Grade Polypropylene Films." IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science TPS. (2016): TPS8325. Print.

Currently Teaching

EEET-116
1 Credits
This laboratory develops skills and practice in the construction, measurement and analysis of DC and introductory AC circuits. Standard laboratory equipment is introduced and utilized to measure resistance, voltage and current in basic and relatively complex circuit configurations. Measurements are employed extensively to verify Ohm's Law; Kirchoff’s Voltage and Kirchoff’s Current Laws and to demonstrate current and voltage division. Circuit simulation software is used throughout to support calculations and establish a baseline for comparison. Students collaborate within teams to research technology areas of curiosity, observe trends about the changing world and inform their peers via verbal presentations.
EEET-213
3 Credits
This course covers the analysis, design and implementation of active electronic circuits using diodes, bipolar and field effect transistors and operational amplifiers. The electrical and switching characteristics of semiconductor devices used for analog and digital circuits will be emphasized. Classic applications of analog signal conditioning, A/D & D/A conversion and power transformation (AC/DC & DC/DC) will be examined. Laboratory exercises are designed to illustrate concepts, reinforce analysis and design skills, and develop instrumentation techniques associated with the lecture topics.
EEET-215
2 Credits
Develops the skills to analyze introductory AC and DC circuits and electronics. Topics include Ohm’s Law; current and voltage division; simplification of circuits; reactance and impedance; and operational amplifier applications including current sources, strain gauge amplifiers, differential amplifiers and comparator circuits.
EEET-216
1 Credits
Students, upon completion of this course, will be able to use laboratory tools to analyze and troubleshoot AC and DC and basic electronic circuits. They will be able to operate a power supply, multi-meter, function generator, and oscilloscope.