Advisory Board
 

Industrial and Professional Advising Committee

The Industrial and Professional Advisory Council (IPAC) is a select group of alumni from industry, government agencies, and academia who advise the department on academic issues and on current trends and future directions in engineering. The council meets regularly with EECS faculty and students to receive an update on the department, undergraduate and graduate programs and research activities.

If you are interested in finding out how your company can strategically partner with the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, please contact our director, Thomas La Porta at tlp@cse.psu.edu.

CSE IPAC Members:

Jason Armstrong, SID Security Education Academic Liasison (SEAL) to Penn State, NSA Security
Katie Barrett, retired, Software Development Manager, IBM
Donald Chavey, retired, Independent IT Consultant, IBM
Eric Gayle, Silicon Development, Google
David Hurry, Director of Applied Data Science, Merck
Igor Jablokov, Entrepreneur in Residence, Blacksone EN
Amy Purdy, Director of Power Storage, IBM
Shishpal Rawat, Director of Business Enabling Programs, Design Technology Solutions and Intel Capital
Rose Schooler, VP, Intel’s Internet of Things, Strategy and Technology Office
Eric Stahre, President and CEO, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Molecular Imaging and Computed Tomography (CT), GE Healthcare
Jan Uhrich, Chief Delivery Officer, Sutherland Global Services

EE IPAC Members:

Don Carretta, retired, Executive Director-Network, Verizon Wireless
Stephanie De Garay, Industry Team Lead, Rockwell Automation Inc.
Thomas Hartman, President, LB&A Consulting Group
Scott Morris, Deputy Director of Division of Preparedness and Response, U.S. NRC
Raymond Sharp, Director, Software & Digital Technologies
John Shavinsky, Chief Operating Officer, Intrepid Aviation Management, LLC
Jamie Steffie, Engineering Project Leader, Lutron Electronics

IPAC

2016 School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Industrial and Professional Advisory Council.

 
 

About

The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was created in the spring of 2015 to allow greater access to courses offered by both departments for undergraduate and graduate students in exciting collaborative research in fields.

We offer B.S. degrees in electrical engineering, computer science and computer engineering and graduate degrees (master's degrees and Ph.D.'s) in electrical engineering and computer science and engineering. EECS focuses on the convergence of technologies and disciplines to meet today’s industrial demands.

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

The Pennsylvania State University

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