EDWARD MORTON
Assistant Professor


Career:

Professor Morton is a Licensed Professional Engineer and holds BS in Physics and Electronics from CCNY/CUNY and MBA degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Professor Morton's area of work is with Basic Stamp Microcontrollers, LabView systems, Digital controls, computer systems, electronics, programming, MATLAB (a scientific and engineering software tool); Industrial controls, Automation, clean room technology, the design, development and manufacture/installation of DVD, CD, digital audio, MPEG2 (encoding technology) components and systems; and the design, development and manufacture of the electronic/magnetic ballasts and compact fluorescent lamps that comprise the compact fluorescent lamp system. Compact fluorescent lamp systems consume as little as one fifth the power of incandescent systems and last up to 12 times longer.

Courses Taught:

 •  EMT 1111 - Logic and Problem-Solving
 •  EMT 1130 - Electromechanical Manufacturing Lab
 •  EMT 1150 - Electrical Circuits
 •  EMT 1220 - Mechanisms
 •  EMT 1250 - Digital Control
 •  EMT 1255 - Electronics
 •  EMT 2370 - Computer Hardware Systems
 •  EMT 2461 - Electromechanical Systems: Software Interface
 •  CET 3615 - Instrumentation and Data Acquisition
 •  CET 4711 - Computer-Controlled Systems Design I

Membership in professional and scientific societies:

 •  IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers)
 •  NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers)