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DeRome Osmond Dunn

Associate Professor

DeRome Osmond Dunn
Contact
McNair Hall 621
Education
Ph.D.Engineering Science Mechanics / Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
M.S.Mechanical Engineering / North Carolina A&T State University
B.S.Mechanical Engineering / North Carolina A&T State University
Ph.D.Engineering Science Mechanics / Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
M.S.Mechanical Engineering / North Carolina A&T State University
B.S.Mechanical Engineering / North Carolina A&T State University

Bio

DeRome Osmond Dunn is a NCA&TSU Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor. His interests are fatigue, fracture, mechanical deformation, & material behavior. His interest extends to numerical methods applicable for modeling fatigue, fracture, mechanical deformation, & materials, continuum behavior & fluids. Continuing knowledge development in experimental methods & instrumentation for these topics is an interest. He leads classroom activities providing students this information. He attended NCA&TSU for his BSME & MSME degrees. Later he attended Virginia Tech securing his Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Mechanics.

DeRome Osmond Dunn is a NCA&TSU Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor. His interests are fatigue, fracture, mechanical deformation, & material behavior. His interest extends to numerical methods applicable for modeling fatigue, fracture, mechanical deformation, & materials, continuum behavior & fluids. Continuing knowledge development in experimental methods & instrumentation for these topics is an interest. He leads classroom activities providing students this information. He attended NCA&TSU for his BSME & MSME degrees. Later he attended Virginia Tech securing his Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Mechanics.

Research Interests

(1) Developing numerical computation processes that apply to analyzing Micro x-ray CT data of the ERC. (2) Strategies and how to carry out practices to impact/improve student learning in the classroom. (3) Programming to expose k-12 and current undergraduate students to STEM to improve their interest in STEM and also their persistence to pursue STEM if they enter STEM studies.

(1) Developing numerical computation processes that apply to analyzing Micro x-ray CT data of the ERC. (2) Strategies and how to carry out practices to impact/improve student learning in the classroom. (3) Programming to expose k-12 and current undergraduate students to STEM to improve their interest in STEM and also their persistence to pursue STEM if they enter STEM studies.

Recent Publications

  • Devdas Pai, Ajit Kelkar, Richard Layton, Mark Schulz, DeRome Dunn, Samuel Owusu-Ofori, Abhijit Duraphe, Richard Layton, Samuel Owusu-Ofori, Devdas Pai, Ajit Kelkar, DeRome Dunn (1998). (Vertical integration of the undergraduate learning experience). 3, pp. 1 ). age.
  • Devdas Pai, Ajit Kelkar, Richard Layton, Mark Schulz, DeRome Dunn, Samuel Owusu-Ofori, Abhijit Duraphe, Richard Layton, Samuel Owusu-Ofori, Devdas Pai, Ajit Kelkar, DeRome Dunn (1998). (Vertical integration of the undergraduate learning experience). 3, pp. 1 ). age.
  • Devdas Pai, Ajit Kelkar, R Layton, Mark Schulz, DeRome Dunn, Samuel Owusu-Ofori, Abhijit Duraphe, Devdas Pai, Ajit Kelkar, R Layton, DeRome Dunn, Samuel Owusu-Ofori (1998). (Vertical integration of the undergraduate learning experience). ). proc. of ASEE Annual Conference, Seattle.