Electrical and Computer Engineering

Norm Galassi

Norm Galassi

Lecturer
Office:
OCNL 342 
Campus Zip: 888 
Phone: (530) 530-898-4957
E-mail:  norm.galassi@gmail.com
B.S. Electrical Engineering


  • Education

    BSEE 2/1965, San Jose State University

  • Experience

    Project Manager or Senior Engineer in a wide range of product development, marketing and
    manufacturing  positions over a 40 year career at HP and Agilent Technologies.

    2000-2002 Agilent Technologies

    • Senior Engineer leading the technical aspects of a project to develop and deploy a 24x7 world wide remote access  and diagnostic  infrastructure for supporting Agilent's line of semiconductor production test systems.


    1965-2000 Hewlett Packard

    • Sr. Engineer, World wide 24/x7 remote access  & diagnostic infrastructure for HP semiconductor production test systems
    • Project Manager, R&D  team developing boot-up & self test code for large multi-processor UNIX & MPE systems.
    • Project Manager, R&D  team performing regression testing, large Unix and MPE based systems
    • Project Manager, R&D team developing a fault tolerant real time system
    • Product Marketing Engineer, HP Measurement and Control product
    • Project Manager and Sr. Engineer, custom automatic test systems for the semiconductor and aerospace industries
    • Test engineer, designed specialized semiconductor production test systems for HP RF diodes and Optoelectronic products.
  • Research and Grants

    Research:

    My research interests include different areas of digital image processing and analysis, computed tomographic imaging, and control systems, stability analysis and systems simulation.

     I have been involved in microscopic sample chemical and morphological identification employing image processing and analysis of Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopic data. I have developed various analysis algorithms for 2D and 3D images, obtained from their hyperspectral data, as well as implemented reconstruction and visualization algorithms for the mentioned 3D chemical images.

    In the field of control systems, I am interested in simulating advanced linear and nonlinear systems, and designing and implementing controllers such as adaptive and optimal controllers.

    Grants:

    • N/A
  • Recent Publications

    Instrumentation and measurement technology, metrology based on microwave techniques.