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Williams, Archie L.

Department: 
Agricultural Engineering Technology
Location: 
Stallworth Building
Phone: 
(478) 825-6832/6262/6275
Email: 
williamsa01@fvsu.edu
Fax: 
(478) 827-3062

February 2009-Present: Assistant Professor of Agricultural Instruction - Fort Valley State University
•35 % Teaching duties – Agricultural Engineering Technology
•65% Research duties - Biofuels, Systems and Sensors

1995-2006: Graduate Research Assistant - The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

Faculty Bio
Education: 

Doctor of Philosophy: Agricultural and Biological Engineering - The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (2006)

Master of Science: Agricultural and Biological Engineering - The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (1999)

Bachelor of Science: Electronic Engineering Technology - Fort Valley State University (1992)

Publications: 

1.Williams, A. L., P. H. Heinemann, C. J. Wysocki, D. M. Beyer, and R. E. Graves. 2010. Prediction of Hedonic Tone Using Electronic Nose Technology and Artificial Neural Networks. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. Paper No. IET-08056-2009.R1 Accepted 12/09/2009.
2.Williams, A. L. 2006. Prediction of Odor Pleasantness Using Electronic Nose Technology and Artificial Neural Networks. PhD. diss. University Park, Penn.: The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Agricultural andBiological Engineering.
3.Williams, A. L., P. H. Heinemann, R. E. Graves, E. F. Wheeler, D. M. Beyer, C. J. Wysocki, and W. B. Roush. 2003. Classification of Mushroom Substrate Odors Using a Portable Electronic Nose and Neural Networks. ASAE Meeting Paper No. 034104. St. Joseph, Michigan.: ASAE
4.Williams, A. L. 1999. Detection, Tracking and Selection of Mushrooms For Harvest Using Image Processing. MS thesis. University Park, Penn.: The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
5.Williams, A. L. and P. H. Heinemann. 1998. Detection, Tracking and Selection of Mushrooms For Harvest Using Image Analysis. ASAE Meeting Paper No. 983041. St. Joseph, Michigan.: ASAE

Research Interests: 

•Agricultural sensors
•Artificial intelligence
•Biofuels
•Computer applications
•Instrumentation
•Neural networks
•Renewable energy

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