Seifollah Nasrazadani, Ph.D. (1990)
Dr. Nasrazadani is a professor and interim chair of Engineering Technology Department, and associate faculty of Materials Science and Engineering Department at University of North Texas. He is a Materials Engineer and Scientist. His fields of research and education are corrosion and surface science (emphasis on manufacturing of micro and nano systems.
Shuping Wang, Ph.D. (1996)
Dr. Wang is an associate professor of Electrical Engineering Technology. Her research interests include optoelectronic applications of organic and polymer thin films such as thin film based sensors, high bandwidth optical switches and modulators, tunable wavelength filters, and photonic control of phased arrays.
Haritha Namduri is from Hydarabad, India. She graduated from Chaitany Bharathi Institute of Technology in 2001 with a Bachelors degree in mechanical Engineering (specialization in production). She completed her MS program in Mechanical Engineering Technology at UNT in May 2003. The topic of her research is Characterization of Iron Oxide Deposits Formed at Comanche Peak Steam Electric Station (CPSES)". She is working on her doctoral degree in Materials Science and Engineering at UNT.
Jorge Diaz is from Bucaramanga, Columbia. Jorge graduated in 1999 from the Universidad Industrial de Santander with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He taught Reliability Centered Maintenance in Mechanical Vibration Laboratory at the same institution. He co-designed and co-wrote an information system for managing insert tools and working materials as a thesis project for his undergraduate degree. He is currently involved in evaluation of corrosion inhibitors used to minimize corrosion of secondary side system in Comanche Peak Steam Electric Station.
Madhuri Pasala holds a bachelor degree in Metallurgy and Materials Technology from JNTU of Hyderabad India. She joined Materials Science and Engineering Department of UNT. She has experience in laser particle analysis, photolithography, and microscopy. She is currently working on deposition and characterization of thin films using electrochemical processes.
Christian Winter is from Alttrebbin, Germany. He is an undergraduate student of Electronics Engineering Technology. He joined UNT in fall 2002 and is currently a junior. After graduating, Christian will pursue licensing requirements towards becoming a Professional Engineer. He wishes to enter a graduate program in Electrical Engineering.
Shingo Hattori is an undergraduate student of Engineering Technology Department. He has received his High School Diploma from Japan. He joined UNT in fall 2003 as an international student and he is currently a sophomore. His goal is to peruse research in Mechanical Engineering.