The students at the University of New Mexico Electrical and Computer Engineering Department are using an integrated set of lectures and labs to better understand basic communications systems.
Mr. Eric Hamke, Mr. Anees Abrol, Dr. Ramiro Jordan
Eric Hamke is a PhD candidate in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque New Mexico. His background involves the study and development of communication systems. His work has also included designing guidance and control systems for autonomous aerial robots.
Anees Abrol is a PhD candidate in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque New Mexico. His background involves the study and development of communication systems.
Dr. Ramiro Jordan is a faculty member of the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at the University of New Mexico and is currently the Associate Dean of Engineering for International Programs. He obtained his PhD from Kansas State University in the area of Spectral Estimation. His research activities include sustainability, Smart Grid, cognitive radio, multi dimensional signal processing, and software development. He is recent activities have focused on creating educational infrastructure worldwide with emphasis on the “culture of quality” in educational programs for accreditation and certification. He holds a faculty position at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina, and has served as visiting and resident professor at universities in Brazil, and many other countries in Ibero-America. He is the Executive Vice President and Founder in 1990 of the Ibero-American Science and Technology Education Consortium (ISTEC), a successful non-profit organization with the mission to accelerate STEM education, R&D and entrepreneurship in Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula. He has served as Vice President for the Americas Region and Executive Committee in the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies. He is on the Board of the Engineering for the Americas Initiative, an initiative hosted by the Organization of American States involving all Heads of State in the Americas Region. He has been involved in the creation and enhancement of several international Technology Parks and has fostered entrepreneurial activities worldwide. He serves on the editorial board of Computers and Software Engineering, is editor of Journal of Computer Science and Technology, and is editor and advisor to The Ibero American Journal on Technology in Education and Education in Technology.