Dr. Edward M. Pogozelski
Department of Physics & Astronomy
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Associate Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy
SUNY College at Geneseo
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
Office: ISC 228D
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A short history of Pogo
After completing my Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon in 1988, I was employed at Westinghouse Electric Corp. for 2 years, where I worked on the design and manufacture of U.S. Navy nuclear refueling equipment. In 1990, I left Westinghouse for graduate school. I earned my Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from The Johns Hopkins University in 1996. My thesis topic was "The Experimental Investigation of the Flow Structure Around a Surface Piercing Blunt Body", using Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV). Before coming full time to SUNY-Geneseo, I taught at several colleges in the Rochester area, including SUNY-Geneseo, RIT, and Houghton College. While not teaching, I have done consulting work with Delphi Automotive and HydroAcoustics, Inc., both in Henrietta New York.

This page was updated on 08/16/14.