Dr. Jamal Bari, Ph.D.
Electronic Engineering Technology
School of Engineering
111 King Hall
- Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering) University of Arkansas
- M.S. (Electrical Engineering) University of Arkansas
- B.S. (Electrical Engineering) University of Arkansas
January 2000 - August 2005 - Assistant Professor
September 2005 - August 2017 - Associate Professor
September 2017 - present - Professor
Professional SummaryDr. Bari is a faculty member at Eastern Michigan University, presently implementing and
coordinating the undergraduate program in Electronic Engineering Technology. In the fall of
1997 he defended his dissertation and earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the
University of Arkansas. The problem he chose for his research is the control of a stochastic,
nonlinear and uncertain model using adaptive control systems, including a modified extended
Kalman filter and neural networks. Results from his dissertation was published in the Proceeding
of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. Dr. Bari has over twenty years of teaching
experience and several years of industrial experience as an electrical engineer. He has taught a
broad range of electronics courses and is experienced in ABET-accredited curriculum
development. He was instrumental in developing 3+1 Articulation Agreement with area
community colleges, which enabled students to transfer Associate of Electronics Technology
degree program and general education coursework into the Electronics Engineering Technology
program without loss of credit hours. He also directed, and successfully completed, a project
funded by NSF for establishing an Instrumentation and Calibration lab.
Interests and Expertise
- ELEC 426 Control Systems
- ELEC 415 Communication Circuits,
- ELEC 214 Digital Circuits Circuit Analysis
- ELEC 218 Motors and Controls
- ELEC Computer Applications for Industry
Jamal Bari, “Teaching Communication Circuits Online Efficiently,” Transactions on Techniques in STEM Education, Volume 2, No 3, Pages 3-9 (April - June 2017)
Jamal Bari, “Designing a Screening Technique to Diagnose Autistic Children,” Transactions on Techniques in STEM Education, Volume 2, No 2, Pages 107-112 (January - March 2017)
Jamal Bari, “Significance of Engineering Technology program in Global Engineering Education,” IEOM Detroit Conference, September, 2016, Detroit, Michigan
Jamal Bari, “Infusing Academic Service Learning into Electronic Engineering Technology Senior Design Project,” ASEE North Central Section Conference, 2016, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Jamal Bari, “A Design Project Infusing Academic Service Learning,” American Society for Engineering Education ASEE North Central Section Conference, 2016, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Bilquis Ferdousi, and Jamal Bari, “Infusing mobile technology into undergraduate courses for effective learning,” Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 176, Pages 307-311 (Feb 2015)
Bilquis Ferdousi, and Jamal Bari, "Emerging Technology to Enhance Collaborative Learning and Student Engagement," Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy 2014, Blacksburg, Virginia
Jamal Bari, and Bilquis Ferdousi, "Introducing Renewable Energy Courses in the EECT Curriculum," 2012 ATMAE Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
Jamal Bari, Richard Sullivan, and Jim Blair,“Security Method in Distance-Learning”, 2004, 34th IEEE Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference, Savannah, Georgia.
Jamal Bari, “A Comprehensive Approach at Teaching Basic Electrical Theory to Freshmen,” 2004 NAIT 37th Annual Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.
Jamal Bari, “Electronic Technology Involving Online Lab-Oriented Course Development,” 2004 NAIT 37th Annual Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.
Jamal Bari, and Zakir Siddique, “Alternative Energy Sources Become a Critical Core Subject for the Engineering Curriculum of the Future,” 2004 ASEE NCS Spring Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Jamal Bari, Richard Sullivan, and Jim Blair, “Online Lab-Oriented Electronic Engineering Technology Course Development,” 2004 ASEE NCS Spring Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Jamal Bari, and Joshi Siddique, “A Pragmatic Look at Teaching Basic Electrical Theory to Pre-Engineering Students,” 2004 ASEE NCS Spring Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Jamal Bari, and Rhonda Copeland,“Infusing Writing in Technology Courses,” presented at the 2004 ASEE NCS Spring Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Jamal Bari, “Energy Efficiency Becoming a Core Subject in the Electronics Technology Curriculum for the New Millennium,” 2003 NAIT 36th Annual Convention, Nashville, Tennessee.
Jamal Bari, “Developing an Integrated Computer Engineering Technology Curriculum,” 2002 IEEE Frontier in Education (FIE) Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.
Jamal Bari, Harvey Lyons, and Jihad M. Albayyari “Developing a Multidisciplinary Electrical Engineering Technology Curriculum with Extended Engineering Technology Core,” 2002 ASEE NCS Conference, Rochester, Michigan
Jamal Bari, “On-line State Estimation for Nonlinear Models,” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. December 1997.
Engin Yaz, and Jamal Bari, “Recursive State Estimators for General Discrete-Time Stochastic Nonlinear Models,” 1997 IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), San Diego, California
Jamal Bari, “A Syntactic Approach for the Recognition of Handwritten Numerical Characters,” Masters Thesis, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. May 1990.
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
- IEEE (Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
- ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education)
- ISA (International Society for measurement and control)
- NAIT (National Association of Industrial Technology)
- Eta Kappa Nu (National Electrical Engineering Honor Society)
Awards and Patents
- Faculty recipients of NSF fund for establishing an Instrumentation and Calibration Lab
- EMU faculty fellow for Academic Service Learning
- Nominated for Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award (EMU)
Designing, developing and implementing the PLC (Allen Bradley) automated system for Whirlpool Corporation. Designing and implementing, wheel clocking mechanism, wheel transfer automation and clear coat operation for wheel manufacturing company, Superior Industries International Inc.
Modeling, analysis, estimation, and control of stochastic, nonlinear, and uncertain systems. Nonlinear, adaptive, digital, and statistical signal processing. Power and Communication systems applications. Pattern recognition using neural networks. Fuzzy Logic Controls. ABET accredited Curriculum development and instruction.