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Fabio Saniee, Dr. Engr.

Faculty, Engineering and Technology Department

City College of San Francisco

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Fall 2014 Engineering Classes:

 

ENGN 36   Engineering Mechanics: Statics Online

74795 831 Onl HOURS ARR  Saniee, F. 
 
 Orientation Session on Monday August 18, 2014 
in Science 47 (basement) 5-6 PM.
 
 For more information click here.
 
 For the course syllabus click here     

 

 

ENGN 36   Engineering Mechanics: Statics On Campus

   74230 001 Lec M W F 11:10-12:00PM Science Bldg., Room 133

 

 

 

ENGN 20L "Intro. to Circuit Analysis Lab" 1 unit

   74793 002 Lab Thurs 02:10-05:00PM SCIE 047
 

 

ENGN 91 "Applied Engineering and Technology" 2 units

PREREQ.: ENGN 10A, ENGN 10B

74232 001 Exp HOURS ARR

Project Oriented Work Experience Class:

Student must consult instructor prior

to registering. See fog.ccsf.edu/~fsaniee for more details.

 

 

This is a relatively new course and is still under development.

It is designed to serve several purposes with the following attributes

in mind.

-          Undergraduate R&D Experience

-          Highly multidisciplinary

-          Highly student driven

-          Highly career oriented

-          Very flexible

-          Project driven

-          Types of activities matching students skill sets and interests

-          Individual or team oriented

-          Produces a useful result or serve a useful purpose

-          Professional portfolio development required at the end

-          Provoking students inner potential and talents via discovery driven design and development

 

All available projects for Fall 2013 semester are related to CCSF operational processes. Some projects can continue in spring 2014.

 

The student will work on a project individually or as a team member. With some initial training, the student will apply engineering methodologies such as mapping the process, developing a set of measuring indicators for the input and output parameters, analyze the process, DESIGN an improvement patch to TEST in the process under the direct supervision of the Chief Process Engineer.

 

Contact the instructor by email to set up an appointment to discuss the projects,
And for an ADD Code.

 

 

 

Fall 2014

Office:   Science Building, Room 24 (basement)

Office hours:        Wednesdays   12-1 PM

                                 Thursdays      1-2 PM

                           OR by appointment      

 Telephone/Voice Mail:  (415) 452-5282

 Email:  fsaniee@ccsf.edu

 

Link to Engineering & Technology Department    

Link to City College of San Francisco

 

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