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Dr. John Wyatt

Education

Ph.D., Engineering, Southampton Institute, United Kingdom

Courses Taught

TKI 3343 CAD/CAM
TKI 3383 Forecasting & Cost Modeling
TKI 4224/6224 Quality Assurance
TKI 3183 Machine Metal Processing
TKI 3243 Industrial Metrology
TKT 9000 Research/Dissertation

Research Interests

Research interests are manufacturing process in particular machining. Also, as a spin off from the machining research, Dr. Wyatt has become both interested and active in residual stress research and the development of new applications and technology from the original patent which was granted in 2005. In conjunction with the residual stress area. Dr. Wyatt also has an interest in the damage that these processes impart on the manufactured surface of the component with respect to its functionality. In particular the effect of machining and other manufacturing processes on component lifecycle (i.e. metal fatigue) have an important role in the automotive, aerospace and defense industries.

Selected Publications

Wyatt, J. E., Berry, J. T., & Williams, A. R. (2007). Residual stresses in aluminum castings Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 191, 170-173.

Selected Presentations

Earle, M.T., Wyatt, J.E. (2014, March). Preparing to teach STEM in middle school using understanding by design framework: focus on using CAD in creative arts. Paper presented at IEEE Integrate STEM Conference, Princeton, NJ.

Wyatt, J.E. Giordano, M. (2014, November). Offering online courses the first year review: Where do we go now? Technology-Tomorrow’s Gateway. Paper presented at the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering National Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Wyatt, J.E. Giordano, M. (2014, November). Using Automation Studio to expand face-to-face laboratory facilities and to construct an online classroom. Technology-Tomorrow’s Gateway. Paper presented at the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering National Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Wyatt, J. E., Myers, O.J. (2015, November). A new way of looking at shear angle from the standpoint of tool/chip engagement time. Building Bridges. Paper presented at the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering National Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Wyatt, J. E., & Berry, J. T. (2011, February). Shaped castings and machining. Paper presented at Annual Meeting and Exhibition of The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, San Diego, CA.

Wyatt, J. E., & Berry, J. T. (2011, November). Mapping of superficial residual stresses in both machined and cast components. Paper presented at ATMAE Annual Conference, Cleveland, OH.

Professional Leadership

Chair of Departmental Scholarship Committee
Member of Departmental Appeals Committee
Chair of Graduate Handbook Committee
Departmental representative on College of Education Scholarship Committee
College of Education member on University Council for Courses & Curricula
Member of the College of Education Strategic Planning Committee
Chair ATMAE Board Directors