Engineering Technology Faculty
B.S in Industrial Technology, Kent State University
M.S. in Industrial Engineering Technology, Youngstown State University
PhD Candidate, Education, Walden University
Robert Frank is an Assistant Professor and secondary faculty member for CF’s engineering Technology A.S degree program, QUALITY specialization. Mr. Frank’ professional career as a practicing engineer included positions ranging from computer network engineer to systems analysis. As a project engineer, he is experiences in coordinating and monitoring project assignments in process improvement and control, plant inspection, and plant operations development. He also advised and lead management in the application of new technologies.
Working in industrial manufacturing environments, Mr. Frank focused on formalizing processes and emphasizing lean manufacturing. He has implemented technologies using Allen Bradley Siemens Programmable Logic Controller’s, Rockwell Automation, and Human Machine Interfacing (SQL), Stored procedures, Triggers, Query Statements, Database Replication and Data warehousing, Crystal Reports, Java, and HTML.
Mr. Frank has been teaching at College of Central Florida for 5 years and holds the following certifications: Microsoft Certified Database Administrator, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Microsoft Certified Professional Trainer, Oracle: SQL and PL/SQL, ASQ: Six Sigma Certified Quality Engineer, and Manufacturing Skills Standard Certified.