UAH

David Coe, Ph.D.


Coe-2Associate Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

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EB 217F
(256) 824-3583
(256) 824-6803
coe@ece.uah.edu

Education

2002
1991
1989

Ph.D.
M.S.
B.S.

Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Computer Science, Duke University

Biography

Dr. Coe's research interests include the development of low-cost microfabrication techniques for MEMS devices, the fabrication of integrated microsystems, the development of MEMS-based medical systems, and the use of combustion as a power source for microsystems. His most recent research included the fabrication and testing of pneumatically actuated, microvalve arrays for modulating synthetic jet airflow.

Research Expertise

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Honors & Awards

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Recent Publications

Michael C. Lindsey, David J. Coe, Jeffrey Kulick, Letha Etzkorn, and Yujian Fu, “Design of Safety Critical Survivable Systems Using Autonomic and Semantic Web Methodologies”, International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’12) WorldComp 2012, Las Vegas, NV, July 2012. [SERP Acceptance Rate = 26% as of April 26, 2012]

Elise Haley David Coe, and Jeffrey Kulick, “3-D Visualization of Simulink Physics Models Using Unreal Engine,” International Conference on Modeling, Simulation, and Visualization (MSV’12) WorldComp 2012, Las Vegas, NV, July 2012.  [MSV Acceptance Rate = 29% as of April 27, 2012]

David J. Coe, Joshua Hogue, Jeffrey Kulick, “Software Safety Engineering Education,” Presented at 2011 International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice,  (SERP'11) WorldComp 2011, July 2011, Las Vegas, NV.

J.H. Kulick, D.J. Coe, J.S. Hogue, and R.K. Gaede, "Cyber-physical Systems Design: The Software Safety Engineering & Model-Based Design Divide," 2011 Army/NASA System and Software Engineering Forum, July 26-27, 2011, Huntsville, AL

D.J. Coe, “A Review of Boundary Value Analysis Techniques,”Crosstalk, Vol. 21, No. 4, April 2008, pp. 19-22.

E. R. Haley, G.B. Collins, and D.J. Coe, “The Wonderful World of Wiki Benefits Students and Instructors,” IEEE Potentials, vol. 27, no. 2, March/April 2008, pp. 21-26.

D.J. Coe, “Improving Consistency in Use Case Points Estimates,” Crosstalk, Vol. 21, No. 3, March 2008, pp. 8-12.

J.M. English, J. Kulick, D.J. Coe, and R.K. Gaede, “MEMS-Assisted Cryptography for CPI Protection,” IEEE Security and Privacy, Vol. 5, Issue 4, July/August 2007, pp.14-21.

"MEMS-Assisted Cryptography for CPI Protection," J.M. English, J. Kulick, D.J. Coe, and R.K. Gaede, IEEE Security and Privacy, June 2007.

"Protection of Cryptographic Systems Using Reconfigurable MEMS-Based Tamper Sensors," Jennifer English, David Coe, Rhonda Gaede, Jeffrey Kulick, Proceedings of the Reconfigurable Systems, Microsystems, and Nanotechnology Conference, Redstone Arsenal, May 8, 2007.

"Opposable Gate MEMS Accelerometer with Differential Output," D.J. Coe and J.M. English, Sensor Letters, Vol. 4, No. 3, 2006, pp. 215-221.

"Model of a MEMS Sensor using a Common Gate MOSFET Differential Amplifier," D.J. Coe, J.M. English, and R. Lindquist, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Vol. 39 (2006), pp. 4353-4358.

"A Flexible, Self-Healing, Smart Skin," J.A. Carlson, J.M. English, and D.J. Coe, Smart Materials and Structures, Vol. 15 (2006), N129-N135.

"LTCC Fabrication for a Leaf Spring Vertical Actuator," C.H. Newborn, J.M. English, and D.J. Coe , International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2006, pp. 61-67.

"Pneumatically-actuated micromachined synthetic jet modulators," D.J. Coe, M.G. Allen, C. Rinehart, and A. Glezer, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, Vol. 132 (2006), pp. 689-700.

"A Micromachined Ceramic Vertical Leaf Spring Actuator Using LTCC Materials," Craig H. Newborn II, Jennifer M. English, and David J. Coe, IMAPS Ceramic Interconnect Technology: The Next Generation II, Denver, Colorado, April 2004.

"Pneumatically actuated micromachined synthetic jet modulators," D. J. Coe, M. G. Allen, C. S. Rinehart, and A. Glezer, under review with Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, (2002).

U.S. Patent Number 5,894,990: "Synthetic Jet Actuators and Applications Thereof," Ari Glezer, Mark G. Allen, David J. Coe, Barton L. Smith, Mark Alan Trautman, and John M. Wiltse, April (1999).

U.S. Patent Number 5,758,823: "Synthetic Jet Actuators and Applications Thereof," Ari Glezer, Mark G. Allen, David J. Coe, Barton L. Smith, Mark Alan Trautman, and John M. Wiltse, June (1998).

"Addressable Micromachined Jet Arrays," D.J. Coe, M.G. Allen, B.L. Smith, and A. Glezer, Transducers '95/Eurosensors IX, Stockholm, Sweden, June (1995).

"Micromachined Jets for Manipulation of Macro Flows," David J. Coe, Mark G. Allen, Mark A. Trautman, and Ari Glezer, 1994 Solid-State Sensor and Actuator Workshop, Hilton Head, South Carolina, June (1994).

"Micromachined Jets for Manipulation of Macro Flows," D.J. Coe, M.G. Allen, M.A. Trautman, and A. Glezer, 1994 APS/DFD Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, Vol. 39, No. 9, November, (1994).