Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs, College of Engineering and ComputingSharon Adamus’ leadership in the development of the school’s undergraduate programs draws from her extensive study and experience in forward-thinking higher education programs.
Assistant ProfessorResearch Interests: Fatigue and Fracture, electrochemistry and corrosion, computational materials, reliability, thermodynamics and heat transfer, failure mechanics.
Assistant Professor, Systems Engineering and Operations Research, College of Engineering and ComputingMatthew Amissah is an Assistant Professor in the Systems Engineering and Operations Research department at George Mason University. His research broadly entails an application of concepts and tools from the fields of Modeling & Simulation and Systems Science to support architecting and design of complex systems. He obtained the doctoral degree in Engineering Management & Systems Engineering from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.
Associate Professor, Director of Master of Science in Data Analytics Engineering Program, VolgenauJames Baldo's engineering career has provided him with a broad foundation of knowledge and experience in engineering systems responsible for detecting, identifying, tracking, and predicting the behavior of objects based on multiple sources of data. The environment that Baldo works in has been greatly affected by big data which has resulted in utilizing new technologies and analytical methods.
Dean College of Engineering and ComputingKenneth Ball was appointed Dean of the Volgenau School of Engineering in August 2012. He previously served as the L.S. Randolph Professor and Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech from 2004-12, overseeing rapid growth in the department with research expenditures increasing five-fold to approximately $20M, and with large increases in student enrollment.
Instructor, Data Analytics Engineering, VolgenauF. Brett Berlin's passion for new value creation is built on over 40 years of professional experience innovating and advocating for innovators applying leading edge information solutions to mission challenges. He has served with outstanding teams in various roles, including: senior strategy executive, consultant and mentor; applied information and systems technologist; collaborative leader; computer scientist and public policy entrepreneur.
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and ComputingWhen Alok Berry earned his MS in physics in 1969, the evolution of circuitry computing was picking up speed as it moved beyond individual chips to more complex microprocessors. To this day, key areas of interest for Berry are semiconductors and new electronic materials. Berry engages this knowledge with students in courses covering electromagnetic theory, linear electronics, and circuit analysis. He has been a teaching fellow and research assistant at the University of Missouri, and a lecturer in Physics at the University of Delhi.