Freeman, James J
Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering
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- BSEE Gannon University
- MEE University of Detroit
- MSE University of Detroit
- Dr. Engr. University of Detroit
Licenses and Certificates
Registered Professional Engineer in California and Michigan
Clinical Engineering Certification
2006- SJSU, Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering
2002-2006 SJSU, Professor & Chair of Electrical Engineering
1994-2002 SJSU, Professor of Electrical Engineering.
1989-1994 SJSU, College of Engineering, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs.
1982-1989 SJSU, Professor & Chair of Electrical Engineering Department.
1979-1982 University of Detroit, Professor & Chair, EE Department..
1972-1979 University of Detroit, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering.
1969-1972 University of Detroit, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering.
1968-1969 Carnegie-Mellon University, Post-Doctoral Medical Systems Fellow.
1964-1968 University of Detroit, Instructor, Electrical Engineering.
1964-1998 Over $14 million from NASA, NSF, AFOSR and Corporations in Bioengineering, Data Acquisition and Analysis and student internships.
HONORS AND AWARDS
1968-1969 Post Doctoral Grant, Carnegie-Mellon University
1979 Teacher of the Year - Engineering College, University of Detroit
1982 Teacher of the Year - Engineering College, University of Detroit
1994 Chairman of Frontiers in Education Conference, Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society; IEEE Education Society and ASEE/ERM
1994 “Most Inspirational Teacher” Award presented by the Student Society of Computer Engineers, San Jose State University
1996 Faculty Service Award presented by the College of Engineering
1998 “Mentor to Students” Award presented by the Student Chapter of the IEEE
2000 IEEE Millennium Award
1983-1995 Chairman, San Francisco Bay Area I.E.E.E., Student Affairs Committee
1980-1982 Chairman, I.E.E.E. Committee on Student Professional Awareness
1979-1982 Chairman, Region IV I.E.E.E. Student Activities
1977-1982 Founding Member, Michigan Society of Clinical Engineers
1976-1981 Member, Region IV GEMB Council
1974 Member, Tau Beta Phi
1972-1973 Director, I.E.E.E. Southeastern Michigan Section
1971-1972 Charter Chairman, I.E.E.E. Chapter on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Instrumentation and Measurement
Over 40 publications in the area of Engineering Education, Biomedical Engineering, & Fault Tolerant Computer Design.
Developed and taught Short Courses at: Applied Materials, Bendix Research Labs, Ford, Intel, KLA Tencor, National Semiconductor, SEMI, and various Universities and Corporations in China.