Andrew Fish, Ph.D.

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Professor, Electrical Engineering

Electrical & Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department
Tagliatela College of Engineering
Education

Ph.D Electrical Engineering - University of Connecticut
M.S Mathematics - Saint Mary's University (San Antonio)
M.S Electrical Engineering - University of Iowa
B.S Electrical Engineering - Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Military Experience
  1. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, U. S. Air Force Reg. 8/68
  2. Captain, U.S. Air Force 8/71.
  3. Senior Engineer USAF Security Service Cobra Mist Project
Scholarly Activities

Reviewer

Novel Stability Conditions for Markovian Jump Systems with Interval Time-Varying Delay Author(s): Chen, Yonggang; XIA, Jianwei; Pan, Quanxiang, 23rd Chinese Control and Decison Conference to be held in Mianyang, Sichuan, China in 2011.

Visiting Professor

I sponsored: Yufeng Ding, Associate Professor, P. Eng.
School of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering
Wuhan University of Technology, P.R. China

External Recognition

  1. World Class Researcher Clarivate Analytics 2018
  2. Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award 2016
  3. Marquis Who’s Who in Education 2011
  4. Marquis Who’s Who Among American Teachers 2008
  5. Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering Fifth Edition 2008
  6. Marquis Who’s Who in Finance and Business
  7. Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering Fifth Edition 2000
  8. Marquis Who’s Who in America Fifty-fourth Edition 2000
  9. Marquis Who’s Who in America Fifty-third Edition 1999
  10. Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering Fourth Edition 1998/1999
  11. Marquis Who’s Who in World Seventh Edition 1984/1985
  12. Marquis Who’s Who in Frontiers of Science and Technology First Edition 1984/1985
  13. 1995 Citizen Ambassador Program Initiative for Education, Science, and Technology to the Republic of South Africa - Invited to be a Delegate
  14. 2000 Citizen Ambassador Program Initiative for Contol Systems to the Peoples Republic of China

Professional Memberships
  • AAUP
  • IEEE
  • NSBE
  • Connecticut Farm Bureau
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Professional Papers - Colloquiums

Journal of Computer Science, Informatics & Electrical Engineering, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2011 The Development of Nonlinear Model Reference PID Controller for a bipedal robot Kanjanapan Sukvichai, Senior Lecturer, Kasetsart University, fengkpsc@ku.ac.th Andrew Fish Jr., Professor, University of New Haven, afish@newhaven.edu.

“Orbit Behavior for a Class of Autonomous Nonlinear Continuous Dynamical Systems” by Andrew J. Fish Jr., 23rd Chinese Control and Decision Conference to be held in Mianyang, Sichuan, China in 2011.

“Design of a Stable Humanoid Robot Trajectory using a Real Human Motion”, by P. Hoonsuwan, S.Sllapaphiromsuk, K Sukvichai, A Fish Jr., ECTI-CON, May 2009

THE APPLICATION OF NONLINEAR MODEL REFERENCE PID CONTROLLER FOR A PLANAR ROBOT ARM”, by KANJANAPAN SUKVICHAI, Dr.Andrew Fish Jr. ECTI-CON 2008

“Bounded Solutions for a Class of Autonomous Nonlinear Continuous Dynamical Systems”’ by Andrew J. Fish Jr.DCDIS 4th International Conference on Engineering Applications and Computational Algorithms, July 27-29, 2005 (invited paper)

“An Empirical Comparison of Several Approaches to Solving the Traveling Salesman Problem”, by Rodney DellaFelice and A. Fish. 1999 10th Annual UTC Engineering Conference & Technology Expo

“A Nonlinear Controller for an Automobile Suspension System”, by Andrew J. Fish Jr. and Mr. Cheol Jo, 1999 10th Annual UTC Engineering Conference & Technology Expo

“A Nonlinear Controller for an Automobile Suspension System”, by Andrew J. Fish Jr. and Mr. Cheol Jo, Proceedings of the Tenth Yale Workshop on Adaptive and Learning Systems, June 1998 (Invited Paper)

“Adaptive Control of a Single-degree-of-freedom Flexible Arm” by D. Baley and A. Fish, 1997 8th Annual UTC Engineering Conference & Technology Expo (UTECA)

“Adaptive Control of a Single-degree-of-freedom Flexible Arm” by D. Baley and A. Fish, Presented at the Yale 9th Workshop on Adaptive and Learning Systems, June 1996 (Accepted to late to be published in the Proceedings)

“Cyclic behavior in chaotic systems” by A. Fish and T. Dansereau, Proceeding of the IEEE Regional NY/NJ Control Conference 1994

“Indoor climate control system based on real time simulation of human comfort response” by L. Berglund and A. Fish, Proceeding of the IEEE Regional NY/NJ control conference 1994

“A New Approach in Combined Methods”, Proceeding of the IEEE Regional NY/NJ control conference 1993, by N. Zoghb and A. Fish,

“Exponential Stability for a Family on Continuous Nonlinear Systems” by Andrew J. Fish Jr., Proceeding of the American Control Conference 1992.

“Modeling Error of Nonlinear Systems.” lnvited speaker UCONN Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering Colloquium. Sept. 13, 1991

Theses Supervised

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NONLINEAR INVERSE DYNAMIC PID CONTROLLER FOR THE NONLINEAR BIPEDAL ROBOT WITH SEVEN DEGREES OF FREEDOM, by Kanjanapan Sukvichai, July 2007

NONLINEAR CONTROL DESIGN USING BACKSTEPPING by Edwin Charles, May 2004

AIR SPRING DESIGN FOR AUTOMOTIVE ACTIVE SUSPENSION SYSTEMS by Cheol Jo, Jan 1999

AN EMPIRICAL COMPARISON OF SEVERAL APPROACHES TO SOLVING THE TRAVELING SALESMAN PROBLEM, by Rodney DellaFelice, June 1998

A CONTROL SYSTEM TOPOLOGY DESIGN APPROACH FOR NOISE MINIMIZATION, by Louis Marchitto, June 1997

ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF A SINGLE-DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM FLEXIBLE ARM, by Dale Baley, June 1996

EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL STUDY OF ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING, by Robert Gallagher, Aug. 1995

STUDIES OF HIGH CONTRAST/LOW RESISTANCE ELECTRODE FOR AS THIN-FILM ELECTRO-LUMINENSCENT DISPLAY, DRIVER REQUIREMENTS AND SPICE MODELING, by Zoltan Molnar, June 1995

A NEW APPROACH IN COMBINED METHODS, by Nicholas Zoghb, 1992

Theses Committee Member

ASYNCHRONOUS TRANSFER MODE (ATM) AND IMPLEMENTATION ASYNCHRONOUS TRANSFER MODE (ATM) AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ATM VOICE OVER ATM, by Khunthon Siripaiboon, 1997

IMPLEMENTATION OF A REALTIME ELECTROMC DEVICE TO ANALYZE OBJECTS VIA ELECTRONIC VIDEO SIGNALS, by John J. Scott, 1997

SIMULATION THEORY AND APPLICATION, by Wannakajornkit Boriphan, 1997

CHANNEL CODING THEORY AND SIMULATION USING 64-ARY PHASE SHIFT KEYING, by Abdulkarim Sultan, 1996

QPSK MODEM AND QAM MODEM THEORY, APPLICATION, AND SIMULATION, by Hung-Ming Hung, 1995

FIBER OPTIC PRESSURE SENSOR APPIJCATIONS IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY, by Reyes Padua, 1995

Projects Supervised

CONTROL SYSTEM FOR TRACTIVE EFFICIENCY FOR A TRACTOR, by Chaisiri Chautong, 1997

Professional Service
  • Connecticut Symposium on Microelectronics & Optoelectronics (CMOC) 2010 - present organizational committee
  • Connecticut Symposium on Microelectronics & Optoelectronics (CMOC) 2010 - present poster judge
  • CMOC 2011 - present Session II: Materials & Char,A. Fish (U. New Haven)
  • AAUP-CT Executive Committee State Conference 2007-2011
  • Member of the Editorial Board, Scientific Journals International, present
  • Soliciting Papers for 1999 10th Annual UTC Engineering Conference & Technology Expo Control Systems Technology Group.
  • Symantec External Beta Tester for Norton Anti Virus, 1995
  • Registration Chair, 1994 IEEE Regional NY/NJ Control Conference
  • IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics Reviewer, 1994, “Discrete Time Nonlinear System Algebra: Theory and Applications,” and “Identification of Nonlinear Systems Using Random Amplitude Poisson Distributed input Functions.”
  • IEEE Transactions On Automatic Control Reviewer, 1993, “Identification of Nonlinear Systems Using Random Amplitude Poisson Distributed Input Functions” by Yu-Te Wu and Robert Sciabassi, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Neurosurgery and Behavioral Neuroscience.
Consulting
  • Terry Division of Ingersol Rand Corporation. 1983
  • K and M Electronics 1987
  • Jing Tech 1989
  • Solution Systems 1990
Expert Witness
  • THE ROUND Table Group, Washington DC
Teacing Experience
  • University of New Haven - Professor; 1987. Present
  • Western New England College - Assoc. Prof.; 1984 -1987
  • University of Hartford - Ass. Prof.; 1979 -1984
  • U. S. Air Force Training - Director - ANFPS-95; 1968-1973
  • The University of Iowa. Half Time - Teaching Assistant; 1966-1968
Graduate Courses Developed and Taught
  • EE 604 Discrete and Continuous Systems
  • EE 605 Computer Controlled Systems
  • EE 606 Robotic Control
  • EE 607 Adaptive Control
  • EE 685 Optimization of Engineering Systems
  • EE 695 Independent Study (Control Topics)
  • EE 697-99 Thesis (Control)
Undergraduate Courses Developed
  • EAS 107 Introduction to Engineering (Honors)
  • EE 206 Electronic Materials and Devices
  • EE 355 Control Systems
  • EE 455 Control System Design
  • EE 457 Electrical engineering Lab III (previous version)
  • EE 457 Electrical Engineering Design Laboratory Preparation (controls option)
  • EE 458 Electrical Engineering Design Laboratory (controls option)
  • EE 500 Special Topics (control topics)
  • EE 599 Independent Study (controls topics)
Undergraduate Courses Taught
  • EAS 107P Introduction to Engineering (Project Based)
  • EE 202 Basic Circuits Analysis I
  • EE 206 Electronic Materials and Devices
  • EE 211 Principles of Electrical Engineering I
  • EE 255 Digital Systems I
  • EE 302 Systems Analysis
  • EE 347 Electronics I
  • EE 348 Electronics II
  • EE 355 Control Systems
  • EE 346 Digital Electronic Circuit
  • EE 457 Design Preparation
  • EE 458 Electrical Engineering Design Laboratory
  • EE 500 Special Topics (control topics)
  • EE 599 Independent Study (controls topics)
Course Supportive Grants
  • 1999 — Matrix X with supporting software, technical support for 10 years 20 software licenses — commercial value $1,250,000 for one year—academic value $52,000 per year for ten years $520,000.
  • 1997 -- Professional Vis-Sim & Analyze Dept. License (Computer Program) $4800.00
  • 1996-- Academic Grant for Macsyma Software. $2490.00
Seconday School Contributions
  • East Catholic High School “College Prep Event” Presenter, April 15, 1997
  • Renbrook School Headmistress presentation at the October 1996 NETD, contributor
  • Recruiting visit to Washington Irving High School, New York City
Faculty Senate
  1. Vice Chair of the Faculty Senate 2008-2011
  2. Senator School of Engineering 1988-1994, 1999-2015
  3. External Operations Committee
    - I persuaded the Senate to establish the committee
    - Chair 1994 -1996
    - I am presently a member
  4. Faculty Welfare Representative to the Senate 1997 to present
  5. Non-Tenure Track Faculty Committee
Faculty Grievance Committee

Chair – 2009 to 2015

Faculty Affairs (Welfare) Committee
  1. Faculty Senate Representative 2008 to 2011
  2. School of Engineering representative spring 1996 to 2006
  3. Chair 1997 to present 2004
  4. Handbook Committee. Chair spring 1998 to present
Budget and Finance (Development) Department
  1. Faculty Senate Representative 2008 to present
  2. Member 1997 to 2006
  3. Member faIl 1999 to present
Academic and Student Affairs Committee

Faculty Senate Representative 2008 to present

President's Cabinet

Member 1997 to 2000

Board of Governors Personnel Committee

Member 1997 to 2000

Department Activites
  1. Chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 1992-Jan 1994
  2. Wrote Vol. II General ABET Review 1993
  3. Help develop the Northeast Utilities program at Millstone
  4. Participated in recruiting efforts at Southeastern, Connecticut Yankee, Millstone, and Electric Boat as well as the main campus
  5. Chair of E&CE’s Educational Objectives Committee
Student Professional Society Advisor

IEEE 2004 -- 2009

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