Athanasios "Alex" Alexandrou, Ph.D.
Professor - Mechanized Agriculture
Office: IT 212
Phone: (559) 278-1951
Teaches undergraduate courses in mechanized agriculture. Research focuses on mechanical weed control as part of organic farming, tractor-implement interaction, soil mechanics with particular interest in soil compaction and its assessment. Research interests also include assistive technology for people with disabilities so that they will remain engaged in agriculture, technology into the classroom, and ancient Greek technology. Joined the department in 2006.
Spring 2020 Courses
|IT 105||Fundamentals of Citrus Processing Lines|
|IT 156||Automated Systems II|
|IT 191T||Fundamentals of Nut Processing Line|
|IT194I||Cooperative Education in Industrial Technology|
|IT 196||Senior Seminar|
|IT 190, IT 199 & IT 298||Senior Projects|
Spring 2020 Office Hours
|Tuesday||10.00am - 12.00pm|
|Wednesday||8.00am - 11.00pm|