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Shola Olabisi

Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical, Computer, and Telecommunications Engineering Technology
College of Engineering Technology

585-475-5726
Office Hours
Tuesday: 10:00AM - 11:00AM, 3:30PM - 4:30PM Thursday: 10:00AM - 2:00PM And by appointment(see me directly/email me for an appt.)
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Shola Olabisi

Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical, Computer, and Telecommunications Engineering Technology
College of Engineering Technology

Education

MS, Ph.D., University at Buffalo

585-475-5726

Currently Teaching

EEET-222
1 Credits
Provides experience in the design, prototyping, measurement, and analysis of op-amp circuits. Circuits include microphone pre-amps, integration and differentiation, comparator circuits, and signal conditioning.
EEET-242
1 Credits
Provides experience with motors, generators, and transformers. Topics include power factor, magnetism, electro-magnetic force, fields, armatures, commutators, rotors, stators, brushes, starters, controllers, DC machines, AC motors, alternators, single phase and three phase dynamos, three phase circuits, phasors, transformer properties, isolation, efficiency, and voltage regulation.
EEET-112
1 Credits
Develops skills and practice in the design, fabrication, measurement and analysis of practical DC circuits used in electronic devices. Topics include the measurement relative to: resistance, current, and voltage with circuit techniques of Ohm's Law; current and voltage division; simplification of series, parallel, series-parallel circuits: bridge and ladder networks: Kirchhoff's Laws; power; and transient circuit behavior. Laboratory verification of DC analytical and techniques is included. Printed circuit board (PCB) design, fabrication, and assembly is also included emphasizing the development of soldering skill proficiency.
EEET-221
2 Credits
Develops the knowledge and ability to design active electronic circuits, such as audio amplifiers, using op-amps. The operational amplifier and its applications are covered in detail. Applications include math operations like integration and differentiation, comparator circuits, and signal conditioning. The effects of op-amp limitations, both DC and AC, are studied.

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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.