Dr. Fred Barez
DR. FRED BAREZ, PROFESSOR
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
|1973||B.S., Michigan Technological University|
|1974||M.S., University of California, Berkeley|
|1977||Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley|
Professor Barez specializes in dynamics and controls. His current research interest lies in the design of electronic packaging and storage systems for computers. He has extensive experience in the latter systems. He is also developing new research capabilities in forefront technologies such as high vacuum systems, and micro- miniaturization and machining. He teaches courses in dynamics, vibrations, control systems, electronics packaging, high vacuum systems engineering and semi-conductor manufacturing process and equipment, disk drive mechanics and magnetic recording
Dr. Barez is involved in ongoing research in energy efficient and smart home laboratory. It is state-of-the-art research and education capabilities to provide students with relevant experience and skills to enter the workforce for the emerging and growing industries. For more information please see the brochure
Courses Taught in Spring 2013
ME 15 - Empower MAE Students
Empower MAE students to stay on course towards achieving career goals as engineers. Provide tools and opportunities to guide students towards career development, community and service involvement, technology and entrepreneurship. Expose these students to career opportunities through technical seminars, outreach technical and community related projects, and tours.
ME 145 - Electronic Packaging and Design
This course provides an introduction to the fundamental principles of electronic packaging, materials, thermal management, shock and vibrations, EMI/RFI/ESD, fatique, reliability, and standardized test procedures. Simple design to insure product rules and guidelines are presented.
ME 147 - Dynamic Systems Vibration and Control
Mathematical representation of dynamic systems. Damped and undamped free and forced vibrations for single and multiple degree of freedom systems. Vibration control and isolation. Dynamic analysis of control systems. Transient response, frequency response and the stability criteria. State-variables approach. Feedback and feedforward compensation. Emphasis on engineering problems involving analysis and design. Prerequisite: ME 130.
ME 295 A/B, ME 299 (SJSU)
Advanced individual work in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, including but not limited to research, design, development, and simulation studies. Write a detailed engineering report and make a comprehensive presentation. (Prereq: Admission to Candidacy for Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering; written proposal approved by Instructor and Graduate Advisor).
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