NOYESDB

Noyes Daniel B

Email: NOYESDB@alfredstate.edu
Department: Electrician + Computer Tech
Office Location:School of Applied Technology
Office Phone: 607-587-3135

Education
 

Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell, Alabama, Associate in Applied Science degree, November, 1991     Specialization:    Avionic Systems Technology

Jamestown Community College, Olean, New York, Associate in Applied Science degree, December 1984
Specialization:    Electrical Technology

University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire 92 credit hours toward B.S. degree, 1967 - 1971 Specialization:    Biology

U.S.A.F. Electronic Technical School, Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi 36 weeks, 94 G.P.A.


Teaching Overview

 Robotics & Computerized Control Technology Associate Professor                                              12/97 - PresentS.U.N.Y. College of Technology at Alfred, School of Applied Technology, Wellsville, New YorkResponsibilities include digital, relay logic, motor control, stepper motors, automated and robotic equipment,PLC and PLC ladder diagramming/programming, and pneumatics, both in class and labs. 

Electronics Instructor    8/91 - 12/97S.U.N.Y. College of Technology at Alfred, School of Vocational Technology, Wellsville, New YorkResponsibilities included freshmen electronic theories and labs in AC/DC, resistive/reactivecomponents, filters, power supplies, electronic components, circuit analysis, troubleshooting and fabrication. 


Professional Experience

Robotics & Computerized Control Technology Associate Professor                                              12/97 - PresentS.U.N.Y. College of Technology at Alfred, School of Applied Technology, Wellsville, New YorkResponsibilities include digital, relay logic, motor control, stepper motors, automated and robotic equipment,PLC and PLC ladder diagramming/programming, and pneumatics, both in class and labs. 

Electronics Instructor    8/91 - 12/97S.U.N.Y. College of Technology at Alfred, School of Vocational Technology, Wellsville, New YorkResponsibilities included freshmen electronic theories and labs in AC/DC, resistive/reactivecomponents, filters, power supplies, electronic components, circuit analysis, troubleshooting and fabrication.

 Technical Assistant                                                                                                                          8/87 - 8/91S.U.N.Y. College of Technology at Alfred, School of Vocational Technology, Wellsville, New YorkResponsibilities include assisting instructors in electrical and electronic labs, supervising work crews on off-campus projects, assisting instructors with special projects, ordering, receiving, and local procurement of department supplies, maintaining student records, and grading daily quizzes. 

Instrumentation Technician                                                                                                             5/87 - 8/87West Valley Nuclear Demonstration Project, West Valley, New YorkResponsibilities included member of start-up team for nuclear waste processing, assisting engineers and process control technicians in testing, troubleshooting, and repairing automated process systems prior to actual “hot” operation and fabrication of test equipment. 

Service Technician                                                                                                                        9/85 - 10/86McGraw-Edison, Dugan Road, Olean, New YorkResponsibilities included mechanical and electrical/electronic maintenance on automated test lines. This included a GE FANUC Robotic workstation controlled by PLC’s.  Responsible for designing and installing modifications and automation of existing systems. 

 Quality Assurance/Laser/Design Technician                                                                                  12/79 - 8/85AVX Ceramics, Seneca Avenue, Olean, New YorkResponsibilities included environmental testing and statistical analysis of product samples utilizing computers. Programming and adapting computer programs to control an automated Laser System. Setup procedures for process used in production, aiding engineers in designing and building prototype equipment, installing new equipment, and maintaining automated production line systems. 


Research

Publications and Events

Honors and Awards

 Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence

The Master Teacher Golden Apple Award

Electronics Technicians International, Accredited by Iowa State University

Instrumentation Society of America

Electromagnetic ComplianceTotal Quality ManagementISO 9000

Senior Electronics Technician

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers         2004 & 2005


Service

Other Information
U.S. Air Force                                                                                                    1973 - 1979U.S. Air Force Reserves                                                                                      1979 - 2006