Electrical and Computer Engineering

John F. Donoghue, Ph.D.

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John F. Donoghue, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.  

Campus Address:    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
                                 Cleveland State University
                                 Cleveland, OH 44115

                                 Building:  Stilwell Hall, 341
                                 Phone: 216-687-3535
                                 Fax:     216-687-5405
                                 email:   j.donoghue@csuohio.edu

Education

      • Ph.D., Systems Engineering, Case Institute of Technology.
      • M.F.A. in Creative Writing, The Program for Writers, Warren Wilson College.
      • M.S.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Northeastern University.
      • B.S.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Northeastern University.

Professional Experience

      • Senior Control Engineer, The Industrial Nucleonics Corporation.
      • Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Cleveland State University.
      • Associate Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Cleveland State University.

Research and Teaching Interests

      • Digital signal processing, control systems, senior design, systems and signals, circuits.

Laboratory Interests

      • Responsible for the direction and development of the following departmental teaching laboratories:
          • The Control Systems Laboratory
          • The Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
          • The Senior Design Control Systems Laboratory

Departmental Undergraduate Advisor

      • Responsible for the academic advising of Electrical & Computer Engineering undergraduates.

Recent University Service

      • Chair of a University committee responsible for writing a chapter of the University's NCA Accreditation Self-Study.
      • Member of CSU's Roundtable and its Steering Committee since the Roundtable’s inception in 1996.
      • Responsible for the development and writing of student outcomes assessment plans for each undergraduate and graduate program in the College of Engineering.
      • Responsible for the conversion of all curricula in the College of Engineering from quarters to semesters.
      • Authored the self-studies for the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department's last two (1992, 1998) ABET accreditation visits.
      • Developed and implemented a Peer Review of Teaching System for the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department.
      • Served on the Engineering College's Strategic Plan Development Committee that produced a strategic plan for the College.
      • Served on Departmental, College, and University committees related to undergraduate affairs, recruitment and retention, chair and faculty searches, and University goals.