Frederick J. Carranti
Associate Professor of Practice, Program Director of Engineering Management
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
- MSME, Syracuse University, 1994
- Industrial Assessment Center
- Industrial energy systems
- Engineering education
- Design methodologies
- Second-law analysis
Professor Carranti’s research interests are industrial energy systems, engineering education, design methodologies.
Currently he is working on teaching systems and methods development as part of a team within the College of Engineering and Computer Science exploring educational Best Practices. He is also Associate Director of the U.S Department of Energy Industrial Assessment Center.
- Energy systems
- Engineering design
- Machine design
- The US Department of Energy Industrial Technologies Program Industrial Assessment Center of Excellence Award, 2009.
- The Filtertech, PTS and SGT Award for Teaching Excellence in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, 2009.
Raciti, S., Fahey, T., Hall, B., Driscoll, C., Carranti, F., Foster, D., Gwyther, P., Jenkins, J., Hamburg, S., Neill, C., Ollinger, S., Peery, B., Quigley, E., Sherman, R., Thomas, R., Vadeboncoeur, M., Weinstein, D., Wilson, G., Woodbury, P., Yandik, W., Local Scale Carbon Budgets and Mitigation Opportunities for the Northeastern United States, Bioscience, Vol. 62 No.1, January, 2012.
Callahan, E., Carranti, F. J., Editors, Willatt, W., et alia, Authors, Applied Sustainability Pilot Data Collection and Analysis Training Manual, Syracuse University, 2009. (Submitted for distribution to U. S. Department of Energy.)
Invited Lecture: “A Primer on Energy Conservation for SME’s”, at Benefit the Planet and Your Bottom Line: Sustainability Strategies for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, October 30, 2008
Invited Lecture: “Compilation of NYSERDA-Sponsored Marketplace and Tech Transfer Studies”, at CHP in NYS: Past, Present, and Future Conference, June 9-11, 2008, Brooklyn, New York.