B.S. Electrical Engineering Technology, State University of New York College of Technology at Alfred
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Alfred University
Areas of Expertise
Microelectronics, thin films, instrumentation systems, data acquisition Systems, circuits, and electronics
|ELET 7104||IC Technology|
|ELET 1103||Circuit Theory I|
|ELET 1151||Circuit Theory I Lab|
|ELET 1142||Electronic Fabrication|
Prof. David J. Hunt currently teaches at the rank of Associate Professor in the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology depart at Alfred State College. His specialty is on the electrical related courses, such as Introduction to Electrical Circuits, Electronic Fabrication, Circuit Theory I, Microelectronics, IC Technology, and Instrumentation. Prof. Hunt was born and raised in rural western New York. He attended Alfred State College from 1989-93, receiving his B.S. in electrical engineering technology in 1993. He did his graduate work at Alfred University from 1996-98, receiving his M.S. in electrical engineering in 1998. His graduate thesis was “RF Plasma Deposition of Magnesium-Aluminum Oxide.”
Prof. Hunt has worked at Alfred State College since 1998 and has served as Department Chair for 6 years. Prof. Hunt received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Faculty Service in May 2016. Prof. Hunt is known for his passion in teaching and for his dedication to students, who respect him for the wealth of information and support that he offers them. He makes the world their learning ground, as he provides practical and professional knowledge to them that they will need to be competitive in their field of study and work. His students strive to meet the challenges he presents them, and they do so willingly because of their regard for his abilities and intelligence.
Prof. Hunt is also faculty adviser of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Club and Co-Advisor to the Robotics Club and has traveled with the club to regional and national competitions.