Wei-Jer (Peter) Han has joined ECE as an assistant professor of practice. Han brings extensive practical experience in electronics design and in applied engineering instruction. He is teaching Introduction to Computer Engineering, mentoring student projects in the design studio, and is involved in ECE's Open Electronics (OpEL) Lab.
As an instructor, an assistant professor, an associate professor, and then an assistant professor of practice at DeVry University, Han has designed, developed, and taught online and on-campus material and courses in electronics, analog and digital systems, embedded system programming, and VHDL since 1998. He received the 2011 Ron Taylor award for excellence of performance.
From 1995-2002, Han was an electrical engineer at Federal Signal Corporation in University Park, Illinois.
Han has designed and released electronics products, including a siren amplifier and controller area network (CAN), an FPGA with Raspberry PI interface, and circuit boards for educational purposes.
Han earned his B.S. in marine engineering from the National Taiwan Ocean University in 1992 and his M.S. in systems engineering from the University of Missouri in 1995.