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Dominic Peroni

Assistant Professor
Department of Engineering Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-475-6343
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Dominic Peroni

Assistant Professor
Department of Engineering Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Education

AAS, Rochester Institute of Technology; BS, State University of New York Empire State College; MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

585-475-6343

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NCAD-112
3 Credits
This course provides a foundation of computer skills common to classroom and work environments in engineering related fields. These include skills with using operating systems, networks, the internet, common office productivity tools, and graphics tools. Assignments will include engineering communication and problem solving components. Effective communication strategies will be explored in giving a presentation. Students will also develop a basic website which will be used as a basis for the student's electronic portfolio.
NCIM-131
3 Credits
In this first course of a six course sequence, students develop basic skills for operating manual and computer controlled machine tools. Laboratory instruction simulates introductory level work in an industrial environment; student work is held to ANSI and ISO referenced standards for dimensional and geometric accuracy. Safe work habits are cultivated, and industrial safety rules are highly stressed during this course.
NCIM-201
2 Credits
Course goals are to prepare students to secure a cooperative or professional work experience in the student's major and to assist the student in acquiring the skills for accessing information, networking, developing resumes and letters, completing various employment-related forms, interviewing, and using various communication techniques in preparing students for the job search process.
NCIM-241
3 Credits
In this course students learn and apply basic optical principles used in conventional manufacturing of precision optical flat elements. Procedures and techniques include blocking, vertical rotary grinding, rough bench grinding, double-sided lapping/grinding, polishing, deblocking and centering. Students practice and apply appropriate handling, cleaning and visual inspection techniques. A brief introduction to spherical grinding will be included.