Mauro J. Caputi
Associate Professor of Engineering
Degrees: PHD, 1991, Virginia Polytech Inst & State; MS, 1984, Virginia Polytech Inst & State; BE, 1981, Manhattan Coll
Enhancing the first-year student experience
Introducing conceptual engineering design
Promoting effective teamwork
Establishing good communication skills
ENGG 15 Designing the Human-Made World (DESIGN 15)
ENGG 30 Engineering Circuit Analysis
ENGG 33 Electronic Circuits
ENGG 34 Circuit Analysis Laboratory
ENGG 176 Network Analysis
ENGG 180 Digital Signal Processing
ENGG 189 Random Signal Analysis
ENGG 192 Electronics Laboratory
ENGG 195 Advanced Electronics Laboratory
Most Recent Publications:
M. J. Caputi, DESIGN 15 Class Workbook, 5th ed., Hofstra University, Engg Dept., September 2011.
M. J. Caputi, DESIGN 15 Lab Manual, 11th ed., Hofstra University, Engg Dept., September 2011.
M. J. Caputi, Schematic Capture and PSpice Manual for Engineering Circuit Analysis, Hofstra University, Engg Dept., January 2002.
M. J. Caputi, Schematic Capture and PSpice Manual for Electronics, Hofstra University, Engg Dept., January 2002.
M. J. Caputi, "Developing Real-Time Digital Audio Effects for Electric Guitar in an Introductory Digital signal Processing Class" IEEE Transactions on Education, Vol. 41, No. 4, November 1998.
M. J. Caputi, "Digital Audio Effects for Electric Guitar Using the TMS320C31 Processor," Seventh Annual Texas Instruments TMS320 Educators and Third-Party Conference, Houston, Texas, July/August 1997.
M. J. Caputi, "A necessary condition for effective performance of the multiple model adaptive estimator," IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, vol. 31, no. 3, July 1995.
M. J. Caputi, "Mastering electric circuit analysis techniques assisted by a computer expert system," ASEE Middle Atlantic Section 1994 Fall Meeting, Hofstra University, November 1994.
M. J. Caputi, ENGG 34 Laboratory Manual, Hofstra University, Engg Dept., January 1994.
M. J. Caputi and R. L. Moose, "A modified Gaussian sum approach to estimation of nonGaussian signals," IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, vol. 29, no. 2, April 1993.
Professional & Technical Memberships:
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
American Society for Engineering Education.
Theta Tau, professional engineering fraternity.
Eta Kappa Nu, electrical engineering honor society.
Tau Beta Pi, engineering honor society.
Watching classic movies on TCM, reading, being funny.