Contributor biographical information for Programmable logic controllers : industrial control / Khaled Kamel, Ph. D., Eman Kamel, Ph. D.

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Khaled Kamel is a Professor in the Computer Science Department at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas. He previously worked for the Air Craft Engine Group at General Electric Company as an instrumentation engineer and as a professional consultant, advising such clients as NASA Kennedy Space Center, IBM, GE, Vermont America Multimetal Co., and U.S. Army ARDEC.

Eman Kamel is an Assistant Professor of Engineering Technologies at Texas Southern University and a senior control engineer at PLC Automation. He worked as a process automation lead at Dow Chemical and as a control engineer at several companies, including GE Jet Engine, Philip Morris Co., VITOK Engineering, and Evana Tools.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Programmable controllers.
Automatic control.