Frank Luo, Ph.D.
CST, Room 209
B.S., Fudan University, China
M.A., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
M.S., Ph.D., University of Albany
A former semiconductor engineer and electronic devices researcher, Frank Luo joined the full-time staff in Fall 2012 after three semesters as an adjunct. He teaches a variety of technology coursework, including Thin Film, Storage Battery, and Fuel Cell Technology; Electrical Schematics, Circuits I and Circuit II; Power Generation and Power Transmission; Programmable Logic Controls; Process Control and Instrumentation, and Lean Manufacturing. Frank is the lead faculty in the storage battery program and alternative energy program. He is also involved in developing some future programs in the MSTH division. He has just expanded a technology lab with many newly purchased equipments, including 3D printer, CNC machine, lathe and milling machine, and etc. He is happy to provide guidance and necessary tools to students who are interested in building fun stuffs, such as robots, in their extracurricular activities.