• Course Development
    • Engineering Drawing and Graphics. This course has students use modern 3D parametric modeling software to learn 3D modeling and computer aided design concepts
    • Engineering Skills. This is a first year engineering course that is designed to strengthen necessary fundamental skills and critical thinking abilities that first year students missed in high school but that are necessary for university standard academics. Open source computer algebraic software is incorporated for exposure to modern engineering tools.
    • Hydraulics SOFT Lab. This civil engineering lab course focuses on water distribution system design. The course used EPANET as the computational tool.
  • Seminars for the NREM department
    • Organized special seminars for the NREM students. Professionals in the field were invited to present their relevant work experience so students could see real world applications of their education and gain exposure to different problems faced in industry.
  • Title: Assistant Professor School: University of Kurdistan Hewler Location: Erbil, Iraq, Kurdistan Region Date: September 2014 - Present
  • Title: Lecturer School: Mississippi State University Location: Starkville, MS, USA Description: Taught two courses in Strength of Materials and two courses in Dynamics. Date: January 2014 – June 2014
  • Title: Graduate Teaching Assistant School: Mississippi State University Location: Starkville, MS, USA Description: Taught two courses in Statics where I developed and used practical experiments and demonstrations in the class room to teach concepts to students. Date: August 2013 – December 2013
  • Title: Graduate Research Assistant School: Mississippi State University Location: Starkville, MS, USA Description: Investigated problem areas in CFD analysis of small unmanned aerial vehicles. Used in-house CFD software and Mathematica in research to develop surrogate models of small scale UAV propellers for efficient yet accurate CFD simulations of small UAVs. Date: August 2010 – December 2013
  • Title: Lab Assistant School: LeTourneau University Location: Longview, TX, USA Description: Aided professor in an undergraduate Experimental Methods course to set up experiments, teach students in a small wind tunnel lab, and grade assignments. Date: January 2010 – May 2010
  • Title: Mechanical Engineering intern Company: Hawker Beechcraft Location: Wichita, KS, USA Description: worked in Advanced Design department supporting engineers in the development of new aircraft projects. Date: June 2008 – August 2008
  • Carroll, J. and Marcum, D., “Developing a Surrogate-Based Time-Averaged Momentum Source Model from 3D CFD Simulations of Small Scale Propellers,” Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science: Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering, London, UK, July 2013, pp. 1622-1627.
  • Carroll, J. and Marcum, D., “Comparison of a Blade Element Momentum Model to 3D CFD Simulations for Small Scale Propellers,” SAE International Journal of Aerospace, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp 721-726, December, 2013.
  • Carroll, J. and Marcum, D., “Local Adaption Capabilities of Momentum Source Surrogate Propeller Models for Propeller-Aircraft Coupled Simulations,” Engineering Letters, Vol. 21, Issue 4, pp 247-255, December 2013.
  • Othman, S. and Carroll J., ‘A new strategy to enhance traffic safety in developing countries,’ 24th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles, Gothenburb, Sweden, paper number 15-0059. July 2015
Engineering Education development
External aerodynamics using CFD
Engineering Drawing and Graphics
Fluid Mechanics
Engineering Skills
Engineering Mechanics
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