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Louis Everett, Ph.D., P.E

Louis Everett, Ph.D., P.E

John T. MacGuire Distinguished Professor
Undergraduate Program Director

Engineering Building, A-115
leverett@utep.edu
(915) 747-7987
(915) 747-5019 Fax

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Research Interests

  • Design
  • Automation
  • Robotics
  • Modeling Human-Machine Interactions for Aviation

Research Description

Dr. Everett's research involves the design and use of embedded controllers.

Degrees

Year Degree School
1983 Ph.D. Texas A&M University
1979 M.S. Stanford University
1978 B.S. University of Texas at El Paso

Academic Honors & Awards

2007 Research and Sponsored Projects, Univ. Texas El Paso, "Outstanding Performance Award"
1997 Best Paper Award, ASEE Conference, "Dynamics As A Process, Helping Undergraduates Understand Design And Analysis Of Dynamic Systems"
1995 College of Engineering, Association of Former Students of Texas A&M Distinguished Teaching Award
1994 College of Engineering, Texas A&M, Lockheed Excellence in Engineering Teaching Award
1994 University Honors Program, Texas A&M University, Outstanding Undergraduate Fellows Thesis Advisor Award

Selected Publications

  1. Pennathur, Arunkumar and Louis Everett, "Teaching Engineering: A Comparative Commentary on Analyzing Engineering Teaching as Complex Cognitive Work", ASEE Gulf Southwest Conference, 2009, Baylor.
  2. Everett, Louis, "MSC Adams and Conceptual Understanding: Making Them Connect Through Design", MSC Developers Conference, April 2009, Phoenix Arizona.
  3. Everett, Louis, "Ethical Leadership: Applied Decision and Ethical Theories – Workshop Series for Undergraduates", ASEE Gulf Southwest Conference, 2009, Baylor.
  4. Kephart, K., Elsa Villa, Louis Everett, Arunkumar Pennathur, "Cultivating Authentic Engineering Discourse: Results of Faculty Development Efforts", in ASEE Annual Conference. 2009, ASEE: Austin. p. 7.
  5. Pennathur, Arunkumar, L. Everett, Teaching Engineering: A Comparative Commentary on Analyzing Engineering Teaching as Complex Cognitive Work, Paper 09-37, ASEE 2009, Austin Texas.