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electrical engineering educator

Thomas Cottongim Jannett, American electrical engineering educator. Achievements include development of novel medical instrumentation systems for automated drug delivery and intelligent sensor sys. Research grantee private industry, 1984-1999, The Whitabker Foundation, 1988, National Science Foundation, 1992, Office of Naval Research, 2003. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (articles reviewer).

Background

Jannett, Thomas Cottongim was born on September 19, 1958 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. Son of Thomas Cottongim Junior and Irene Agnes (Davis) Jannett.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Alabama, Birmingham, 1979. Master of Science, University Alabama, Birmingham, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, Auburn University, 1986.

Career

Instructor, U. Alabama, Birimingham, 1981-1982;lecturer, U. Alabama, Birimingham, 1984-1986;assistant professor, U. Alabama, Birmingham, 1986-1991;associate professor, U. Alabama, Birmingham, 1991-1998;professor, U. Alabama, Birmingham, since 1998;chair elect faculty, U. Alabama, Birmingham, 1998-1999. Artlcles and proposal reviewer National Science Foundation.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of novel medical instrumentation systems for automated drug delivery and intelligent sensor sys.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (articles reviewer).

Connections

Married Karen Suzette Boatwright, August 29, 1981.

father:
Thomas Cottongim Jannett Junior

mother:
Irene Agnes (Davis) Jannett

spouse:
Karen Suzette Boatwright