David L. (Dave) Carmon, Sr. Adjunct Associate Professor
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, Greensboro, North Carolina, 2004.
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1977.
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1974.
A.A.S., Wayne Community College, Goldsboro, North Carolina, 1968.
Academic Experience at N.C. A&T State University
2011-date Part-Time Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering.
2010-2011 Part-Time Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering.
1984-1999 Part-Time Adjunct Instructors, Department of Mechanical Engineering.
2012 – date Consultant Engineer; GMA Associate; Exeter, New Hampshire
2001-2009 Senior Lead/Distinguished Engineer: General Dynamics, Greensboro, North Carolina
Led teams of engineers, manufacturing engineers, shop associates, and program support personnel on major projects such as underwater electronic systems and electro-optics circuit packs.
1999-2001 Director of Engineering, General Dynamics, Greensboro, North Carolina
Managed a Physical Design Group with design responsibilities of performing stress analyses, machine design, shock/vibration analyses, design of electronic cabinets and enclosures, design of electro/optic circuit packs, and other projects.
Managed a Cross Companies team consisting of SAIC, NAVSEA, General Dynamics-Bath Iron Work, and BAE. Responsible for design/development of ruggedized Common of the Shelf (COTS) Computer Hardware for installation onto U.S. Navy Ships.
1992-1999 Member of Technical Staff, General Dynamics/Lucent Technologies , North Greensboro , North Carolina
Design engineer on various Navy and Commercial Projects.
1987-1992 Planning Engineer, AT&T, Greensboro, North Carolina,
1977-1987 Planning Engineer, Western Electric,
Led a group of engineers and design support personnel in developing a design modification of towed-array and inboard electronics.
Led a team of engineers in the Headquarters Engineering Group.
Developed/Designed ships installation plans, Greensboro, North Carolina
1974-1977 Member of Technical Staff, Bell Laboratories, Whippany, New Jersey
1968-1973 Draftsman A, Bell Laboratories, Greensboro, North Carolina.
Certifications or Professional Registrations
Registered Professional Engineer, State of North Carolina (1982)
Top Secret Security Clearance since 2001
Current membership in professional organizations
Honors and Awards:
Pi Tau Sigma
Institutional and Professional Service (2007-2013)
Assisted Mechanical Engineering Department Chair with ABET Assessment, January 2010 - May 2010.
Reviewer of Three Courses (General Engineering, Physics, & Statics) developed under Golden Leaf Foundation to ensure transferability from community colleges to the state’s senior engineering degree granted senior colleges; June 2010-December 2011.
Assisted in development of the new “Mechanics and Material Laboratory Course(MEEN-305); January 2010 – December 2012.
Active Member of Laboratory Committee; 2011-2012.
Active Member of ABET Assessment Committee; 2011-2012.
Member of the Engineering Pathway Team- review/develop engineering courses at community college transferable to the state’s senior engineering colleges: 2011- Present.
Professional Development Activities (2007-2013)
Corrosion Engineering Workshop; June 2007; Washington, D.C.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) training; Blue Ridge Numerics; Charlottesville, Va; May 2008.
Subject Matter Expert (SME) as a Design Engineer and Integrated Product Team (IPT) leader for General Dynamics during their process of obtaining. Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) certifications Level III and Level V: 2007/2008.
Developed seven “Statics/Strength of Material Lectures” for General Dynamics; 2008.
Presented seven “Statics/Strength of Material Lectures”; General Dynamics; 2008.
President; NCA&T State University Alumni Association (Gate City Chapter); 2009-2011.
Vice- President; NCA&T State University Alumni Association (Gate City Chapter); 2005-2009.