Electrical & Computer Engineering
2005 M.S. University of Alabama in Huntsville, Electrical Engineering
1998 B.S. Purdue University, Physics
Mr. Hite’s interests are in engineering education and laboratory development. Specifically he is interested in how laboratory experiences influence learning and engineering education. Prior to his appointment to Lecturer he served six years as laboratory manager at UAHuntsville. A significant part of this position was in laboratory curriculum and exercise development. During this time he co-authored four in-house laboratory manuals and several standalone laboratory experiments. As Lecturer he has co-authored a textbook, Fundamental Concepts in Electrical and Computer Engineering with Practical Design Problems, which takes a hands-on approach to introductory engineering which includes modular laboratory exercises. In addition he has co-authored several refereed journal articles aimed toward education and laboratory apparatus.
Honors & Awards
- Student Government Association Outstanding Faculty Award (UAH 2009-2010)
- Outstanding Graduate Student, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (UAH 2005)
- Outstanding Staff Award Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (UAH 1999)
- Distinguished Physics Major Award Department of Physics (IPFW 1997)
Dennis Hite, Colin Murphy, Nagendra Singh (2014). "A Relatively Inexpensive 5.8 Ghz Microwave System for Exploring Electromagnetic Phenomena in Laboratories," Universal Journal of Engineering Science, 2, 43 - 48. doi: 10.13189/ujes.2014.020202.
Fundamental Concepts in Electrical and Computer Engineering with Practical Design Problems, Reza Adhami, Peter Meenen, III, and Dennis Hite, Book, Universal Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, 2007.
Dennis Hite, Timothy B. Boykin, Nagendra Singh, and Dashen Shen, “A Simple Fermi-Dirac Integration Circuit,” American Journal of Physics, 73, p. 856, (2005).
Aleksandar Milenkovic, Milena Milenkovic, Emil Jovanov, Dennis Hite, and Dejan Raskovic, "An Environment for Runtime Power Monitoring of Wireless Sensor Network Platforms," in Proceedings of the 37th Southeastern Symposium on System Theory (SSST), Tuskegee, AL, March 2005, pp. 406 - 410.
Timothy B. Boykin, Dennis Hite, and Nagendra Singh, "The two-capacitor problem with radiation," American Journal of Physics, 70, p. 415, (2002).
C. Lengacher, S. Macklin, D. Hite, and M. F. Masters, “Low cost CCD detectors for spectroscopy,” American Journal of Physics, 66, p. 1025, (1998).
Dennis Hite, M. Deebel, E. Thoreson, C. Lengacher, R. R. Miers, and M. F. Masters, “Construction of a heat pipe oven on a low budget,” American Journal of Physics, 65, p. 1017, (1997).