Angel Jordan

Emeritus University Professor – ECE RI
Department Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office 5309 Wean Hall
Telephone (412)-268-2590
Fax (412)-268-2338
Email

Research Interests

Professor Jordan is a University Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Robotics, Emeritus. He is a former provost of Carnegie Mellon. He has also been dean of the engineering college and head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Over the years, he has been interested and has conducted research on Semiconductor Devices, Integrated Circuits, Thin Films, Materials Science and Engineering, Gas Sensing Devices and Systems, Environmental and Biomedical Instrumentation, and Intelligent Sensors. More recently he has been interested in Robotics, Automation, and Software Engineering, focusing on Technological Change and Technology Transfer. He has conducted research on Advanced Video Systems, Technological Innovation, Management of Technology, and Studies of the Computer Industry.

Representative Publications

Angel G. Jordan , “Creation of SPIN-OFFS from the University and Technology Transfer,” Invited Presentation at Universidad Pública de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain, January 13, 2000

A.G. Jordan, "The Digital University, Implications for the University of 2010, " Key Note Speaker, Strategic Direction of Universities, Polytechnic University of Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, February 1999

A.G. Jordan, "Research Trends in the Applications of Automation, " Key Note Speaker, XIX Jornadas de Automática, Madrid, Spain, September 1998

M. Siegel, S. Sethuraman, J.S. McVeigh, and A. Jordan, “Compression and Interpolation of 3D-Stereoscopic and Multi-View Video Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems IV, Vol. 3012, February, 1997, pp. 227 - 238

 Angel  Jordan

Keywords

Robotics, Innovation, and Software Engineering, focusing on Technological Change and Technology Transfer

Education

PhD, 1959
Electrical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University

MS, 1959
Electrical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University

MS, 1952
Physics
University of Zaragoza