Dr. Aissi has developed a state of the art laboratory in the area of integrated systems and design of smart systems. This laboratory is being used for both instruction and applied research which has led to several publications. He was also a Co-Pi in the industrial ties project to design a special type of a shock absorber controller to limit vibrations to reduce bit failure during drilling.
Dr. Aissi has also been successful in publishing his research. His most recent publications include:
- Zubair, M., and Aissi. C., “A Labview Project: Design of an Automated Water Heating System,” ASEE/GSW annual conference proceeding, 2013.
- Aissi. C., and Zubair, M., “Introducing Chaotic Circuits in Analog Systems Course.” ASEE/GSW annual conference proceeding, 2013.
- Manepalli, U., Elsayed, M., and Aissi, C., “Stepper Motor Control Using Labview in a Computer Numerically Controlled Desktop Mill,” ASEE/GSW annual conference proceeding, 2010.
- Elsayed, M., and Aissi, C., “Analysis of the Frequency Response Function and Stability in Drillstrings using active circuit model,” The Journal of Applied Science & Engineering Technology, Issue 3, 2009, pp. 29-38.
- C. Aissi and D. Kazakos, “A review of chaotic circuits, simulation and implementation,” proceedings of the 10th WSEAS International Conference on Circuits, July 10-12, 2006, Crete Island, Greece.
Funding for his research comes from various sources. His most recent successes include the following:
- Principal Investigator, “Enhancement of the Integrated Systems Technology Laboratory,” STEP grant, May 2013- May2014, $12,957. The main objective of this proposal is to enhance the integrated system Laboratory for teaching and research
- Principal Investigator, “Enhancement of the Microprocessor control system Technology laboratory,” STEP grant June 2011-June 2012, $14,306. The main objective of this proposal is to enhance the microprocessor control system Laboratory for teaching and research.
- Principal Investigator, “ An Interdisciplinary Instrumentation and Measurement Laboratory for Undergraduate Instruction and research,” Board of Regents Support Fund (BORSF) Enhancement Program, June 2006 –June 2009, $86,045. The main objective of this proposal is to develop a new Instrumentation and Measurement Laboratory for teaching and research.
- Co-Principal Investigator, “Development of a shock sub with controllable damping to reduce bit failure in oil and gas drilling,” Board of Regents Support Fund (BORSF) R&D, Industrial Ties Subprogram Program, June 2004 –June 2008, $180,000. The main objective is to design a special type of a shock absorber controller to limit vibrations to reduce bit failure during drilling.