Dr. Barry Hojjatie, Ph.D., P.E.
I am the Coordinator of the Engineering Studies Program (RETP) at VSU and Teach Enginnering/Physics Courses.
I teach the following courses at VSU: Engineering Graphics for Design (ENGR 2500), Statics (ENGR 2200), Dynamics (ENGR 3210), Computational Physics (PHYS 3820), Thermodynamics (ENGR 4310), Directed Study in Engineering (ENGR 4950), and some semesters: Introduction to Engineering (ENGR 2010), Mechanics of Deformable Bodies (ENGR 3220), and The Universe of Energy (PHSC 1100).Valdosta State University
Department of Physics, Astronomy, Geosciences and Engineering Studies
1500 N. Patterson St. Valdosta, GA 31698
Phone: (229) 333-5753
Fax: (229) 219-1201
Courses Teaching Experience A Sample of Refereed Publications (1986-2000) Engineering/Physics Links Advantages of VSU
Engineering Studies Program
Engineering at VSU
Click here to see a Snapshot about the HP Award to VSU Engineering Studies Program
SOME OF OUR OUTSTANDING ENGINEERING STUDENTS:
From left Dr. Chatelain (Department Chair), Shayla Graham (Engineering Student), Laura Hachmeister (Astronomy Student), and Caleb Badley (Outstanding VSU Engineering Student). In addition to the outstanding Engineering award received by Caleb Badley, these students received certificates for presentation of their research papers at the Twelfth Annual Symposium on Undergraduate Research. Faculty advisors for the undergraduate reseach projects in engineering (two papers one presented by Shayla Graham and another by Caleb Badley) was Dr. Hojjatie, and in Astronomy (presented by Laura Hachmeister) was Dr. Rumstay.
Richard Vaughan receives his Outstanding Engineering Award from Dr. Chatelain during the award ceremony at Valdosta State University. Other students shown in the picture are Steven McDonald and Kathryn Hall (Engineering) and Chase Rollins (Astronomy). These students received certificates for presentation of their research papers at the Eleventh Annual Symposium on Undergraduate Research. Faculty advisors for the undergraduate reseach projects in engineering and astronomy were Dr. Hojjatie and Dr. Leake, respectively.