William Barlow View All Faculty
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Disciplines/Field of Instruction

  • Electrical and Computer Engineering

Degrees Received

  • M.S., 2002, Electrical Engineering, The University of Pittsburgh
  • B.S., 1989, Electrical Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University

Courses Taught

  • EGR 100 - Engineering:  Calling and Vocation
  • EGR 101 - Introduction to Engineering (Lab)
  • ELE 222 - Circuit Analysis II
  • EGR 212 - Linear Circuit Analysis
  • CPE 303 - Microprocessor Systems
  • CPE 304 - Advanced Digital Logic
  • CPE 490 - Embedded Systems


  • US Patent US 7,556,619 “Fluid Delivery System Having a Fluid Level Sensor and a Fluid Control Device for Isolating a Patient From a Pump Device.”
  • Patent US 9,011,377 “Fluid Mixing Control Device For A Multi-Fluid Delivery System”
  • Patent US 8,945,051 “Multi-Fluid Medical Injector System and Methods of Operation”
  • Patent US 8,808,253 “Drip Chamber and Fluid Level Sensing Mechanism for a Fluid Delivery System”

Current Projects

  • Interest include embedded systems, circuit design, power electronics, and new product development
  • Director of the Pinkerton Center for Technology Development

Awards and Distinctions Received

  • New Product Development Outstanding Achievement Award, MEDRAD, 2008
  • Plant Engineering Product of the Year Award, Plant Engineering Magazine, 1999
  • The Marketing Awards – Product Introduction Category, Eaton Cutler Hammer, 1999
  • The Marketing Awards – Customer Focus Category, Eaton Cutler Hammer, 1997

Affiliations, e.g., membership in professional organizations, etc.

  • Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

Industrial Experience

  • Over 20 years of New Product Development Experience
  • Chief Engineer / Sr. Principal Engineer, 2002 -2010, Medrad Interventional Possis
    Led a team of engineering in developing state of the art cardiovascular injection systems
  • Senior Design Engineer 1997-2002, Eaton Cutler Hammer
    Designed and developed protective relays for large AC motors and plant feeder distribution
  • Engineering Supervisor 1993-1997 Marsh Bellofram Corporation
    I managed the engineering department responsible for new product design, advanced applications, manufacturing engineering, and technical training. 
  • Development Engineer 1989-1993 Moore Products Company
    Developed and designed I/O circuitry and software for a large distributed control system

Ecclesiastical Service

  • Delegate Monacrest Free Methodist Church
  • Board of Administration member of the Pittsburgh Conference of the Free Methodist Church

Miscellaneous, e.g., hobbies, sports, personal info, etc.

  • Sailing and Family

Academic Distinctives

William Barlow is the Director of the Pinkerton Center for Technology Development, a program which allows Geneva engineers to do hands-on, applicable engineering work with industrial and governmental clients.

William Barlow is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

Prior to teaching at Geneva College, William Barlow worked in the field of engineering for more than 20 years.