Dr. Lin Lin
Associate Professor & Program Coordinator, Computer Engineering Technology
Office Location: Wheaton 313
Office Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00 – 11:00 am & 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
- CSC*101 Introduction to Computers
- CSC*105 Programming Logic
- CSC*205 Visual Basic I
- CSA*135 Spreadsheet Applications
- CSC*220 Object-Oriented Programming Using Java
- CST*141 Computer Hardware
As the associate professor and program coordinator of Computer Engineering Technology and Engineering Science, Dr. Lin Lin has been a faculty member at Middlesex Community College since 2010. Since Fall 2015, Lin has been serving as the interim division director of the School of Allied Health, Business and STEM. She created and developed the Computer Engineering Technology program. She was the chair of the Programs and Services Evaluation Committee from 2012 to 2015. She also is co-adviser of the Beta Gamma Xi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and founder/adviser of the MxCC Robotics Club.
Since 2015, Lin has served as a faculty representative on the MxCC Foundation board. She has been a site coordinator of the Connecticut College of Technology Consortium and the Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing, a member of American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), and an executive board member and membership co-chair of the ASEE Northeast Section. She also represents all Connecticut chapters on the Phi Theta Kappa New England Regional Board. She briefly served as campus director for NASA Connecticut Space Grant Consortium.
Lin has contributed greatly to bringing in external funding to support programs for the College and collaborated with university and industry partners on research grants. She helped MxCC receive a National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research Grant and oversaw its implementation. In her role as interim academic division director, she oversees the Connecticut Advanced Manufacturing Initiative (CAMI) Grant.
Lin received the 2015 Board of Regents System-wide Teaching Award as a distinguished teacher with a track record of promoting instructional improvements for her programs and is the recipient of the 2015 Board of Regents Teaching Award for Middlesex Community College.
Prior to her teaching career, Lin was a senior engineer at the United Technologies Research Center in East Hartford, Conn., where she coauthored six U.S. and international patents and received an Outstanding Achievement Award, the center’s highest award for recognizing exceptional performance. Her research work focused on the algorithms development for automatic intrusion detection and tracking for digital video surveillance systems. Lin has published numerous peer-reviewed technical journal and conference papers in the area of multi-target tracking. She earned a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Connecticut, MS in electrical engineering/Communication, Telemetry and Telecontrol Research Institute, and a BS in electrical engineering from Hebei University in China.
- “Nuisance Alarm Filter” (EP20050725717, 20080272902)
- “Automatic Video Quality Monitoring for Surveillance Cameras” (20090040303)
- “Method and Device for Consistent Region of Interest” (20090086022)
- “System and Method for Video Processing Algorithm Improvement” (WO/2008/097222, PCT/US2007/003355)
- “Video Aided System for Elevator Control” (20090057068)
- “Video Content Analysis” (WO 2009/126151)
- 2012 Orlando International Academic Conference (Presented topic: First Year Experience: Technology Inside and Outside the Classroom), Jan 2012.
- Lin, Y. Bar-Shalom and T. Kirubarajan, “Track Labeling and PHD Filter for Multitarget Tracking,” IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, AES-42(3), pp. 778-795, July 2006.
- Ravindra, X.D. Lin, L. Lin, Y, Bar-Shalom and S. Gottesman, “Rapid Aim Identification for Surface to Air Missiles with a Hierarchical Search,” Proc. of SPIE Conf. on Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets (#6236-13), Florida, April 2006.
- Lin, L. Lin, Y. Bar-Shalom, S. Gottesman, “Missile Aim Identification,” Proc. of SPIE Conf. on Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets (#5913-65), San Diego, August 2005
- Lin, T. Kirubarajan and Y. Bar-Shalom, “Pursuer Guidance Parameter Identification and Time-to-go Estimation Using Angle-Only Measurements from an Evader,” IEEE Trans. Aerospace and Electronic Systems, AES-41(1), pp. 190-202, January 2005.
- Lin, T. Kirubarajan and Y. Bar-Shalom, “New Assignment-Based Data Association for Tracking Move-Stop-Move targets,” IEEE Trans. Aerospaceand Electronic Systems, AES-40 (2), pp. 714-725, April 2004.
- Lin, Y. Bar-Shalom and T. Kirubarajan, “Data Association combined with the Probability Hypothesis Density Filter for Multitarget Tracking,” 2004 SPIE Defense and Security Symposium (formerly AeroSense), Orlando, FL, April 2004.
- Lin, T. Kirubarajan and Y. Bar-Shalom, “Identifying a Proportional Navigation Guidance Pursuer Using Angle-Only Measurements from an Evader,” Proc. SPIE Conference of Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets, San Diego, CA, August 2003.
- Lin, T. Kirubarajan and Y. Bar-Shalom, “3-D Track Initiation in Clutter Using 2-D Radar Measurements,” IEEE Trans. Aerospace and Electronic Systems, AES-38(4), pp. 1434-1441, October 2002.
- Lin, T. Kirubarajan and Y. Bar-Shalom, “New Assignment-Based Data Association for Tracking Move-Stop-Move Targets,” Proc. Int. Conf. Information Fusion, Annapolis, MD, July 2002.
- Lin, T. Kirubarajan and Y. Bar-Shalom, “3-D Track Initiation in Clutter Using 2-D Measurements”, Proc. SPIE Conference of Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets, Vol. 4473, San Diego, CA, July 2001.
- Lin, “Study on Digital Signal Processing of 2-D Radar Receiver” (in Chinese), Proc. of the Sixth National Conference on Remote Sensing, Telemetry and Telecontrol, Jiangxi, China, August 1997.
- Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Connecticut
Courses taught at Middlesex Community College
- CSC* 101 Introduction to Computers
- CSC* 105 Programming Logic
- CSC* 205 Visual Basic I
- CSA*135 Spreadsheet Applications
- CSC*220 Object-oriented Programming Using Java
Courses taught at Manchester Community College
- CSC* 215 Object-Oriented Programming with C++
- CSC* 226 Object-Oriented Programming with Java
- CSC* 241 Data Structures and Algorithms
- EGR*111 Introduction to Engineering