Henrick Jeanty received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from The City College of New York in 1990. Dr. Jeanty led the research and Technical Analysis group at The Buy, Sell or Hold Company, Inc., designing and implementing technical analysis algorithms. At Nielsen Media Research, Dr. Jeanty was responsible for the architectural design and software implementation of a multi-camera, face recognition, passive people tracker. At United Parcel Service's Research Laboratory in Danbury, Connecticut, Dr. Jeanty was a software architect responsible for the architecture and design of an Optical Character Recognition system to recognize addresses on labels attached to UPS packages. As a post-doctorate at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Laboratory, Dr. Jeanty worked in the Image Processing Group and the Handwriting Recognition Group. He holds two patents related to the areas of online character segmentation and online handwritten character recognition. Dr. Jeanty started his career at The Bell Laboratories Research center in Murray Hill, New Jersey, as a hardware designer.
Dr. Jeanty's interests are in object-oriented software design, logic design and teaching about the ethical issues associated with cyber technology.
PhD in Electrical Engineering, The City College of New York (1990)
MS in Electrical Engineering, Purdue University (1982)
BS in Electrical Engineering, Manhattan College (1981)
• Teaches 4 courses each semester and supervises students working on an independent study project or an industry project
• Member of the Undergraduate Committee.
• Part of a team working on a 3-year grant studying Early Intervention and Early Learning in Special Education.