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DeRome Osmond Dunn

Associate Professor

DeRome Osmond Dunn
College
College of Engineering

Department
Mechanical Engineering

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

Recent Publications

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