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Professor David L. Post has thirteen years of teaching experience. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts, a life member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, a member of the American Society of Engineering Education and holds multiple degrees in Mechanical Engineering. In addition, Professor Post holds a patent for a cryogenic insulation system. Professor Post has worked for global corporations such as Itek Corporation, General Dynamics, and Stone & Webster Engineering. He has worked on well known NASA projects such as Apollo, Viking, Photoheliograph, Large Space Telescope and the Space Shuttle. He has assisted in the design and construction of safety systems for many commercial nuclear power plants, nuclear submarine systems for the United States Navy and cryogenic systems for ships carrying liquefied natural gas. Professor Post’s teaching interests are in the areas of thermodynamics, heat transfer, materials science and physics.
Office: Union Building, Room 403
Roy A. Garber, Instructor. Professor Garber earned his
B.S. from Saint Cloud University in Minnesota before moving into a
thirty-year career in the manufacturing industry. At Benjamin Franklin
Institute of Technology Mr. Garber brings his many years of industry
experience into the classroom. He believes the fundamental technical
knowledge and hands-on skills gained in this major are readily applied
to any high-tech machine environment. His areas of interest are in
Advanced Manufacturing and CNC Machining, Manufacturing Processes, and
Electricity and Electronics for Mechanical Engineering Technologists.
Union Building, Room 404
Eva Palomera-Arias, Lecturer