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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Dr. Gurmukh Singh

Dr. Gurmukh Singh

  • April 26, 2024
  • Marketing and Communications staff

Senior Lecturer Gurmukh Singh of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences was selected as a technical committee member of the upcoming 12th International Conference on Information Technology and Science (ICITS-2024) to be held in Phuket Island, Thailand, from June 19-21.

Dr. Singh’s major responsibility is to review scholarly articles in the field of information technology and information sciences and give his expert comments on those papers to be considered for publication in the conference proceedings. A link to the ICITS-2024 Conference is given here:

During the Fall 2023 semester, Singh had an honor of evaluating a Doctor of Philosophy dissertation that a graduate student completed with a faculty member from the Sciences and Technology Department at Pune University, Pune, India. He was picked from a panel of three foreign examiners to act as an external foreign examiner of the Ph.D. thesis, “Shape Optimization And End Correction Modeling of Reactive Mufflers.”

The Ph.D. involved a systematic investigation of the transmission loss as a function of frequency using the horn driver exciter for three distinct muffler sizes at the Electro-Acoustic Research Laboratory, Wadia College, Savitribai Phule, Pune University. For each frequency, the input sound pressure level is held constant, and the corresponding output pressure level is recorded at the output port with the help of an acoustic analyzer.

A comparative study of these three model mufflers of varying lengths and cross sections is explored with lab-grade mufflers for the transmission loss by performing computer simulation through an algorithm developed with the MATLAB software system, while comparing their response with and without end correction.

Furthermore, a comparative study of insertion loss in expansion chamber of mufflers is performed using white and pink noise sources for motor bikes using gasoline/petrol fuel. Such similar studies are very important to reduce environmental noise pollution not only in big Indian metro cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Chanai and Kolkata, but also in several congested and highly populated cities around the world. The current investigation seems to be an excellent step in the right direction.

Before joining the SUNY Fredonia Department of Computer and Information Sciences in Fall 2005, Singh worked for two years as a contingent faculty member in the Department of Physics at SUNY at Fredonia, where he taught around 10 upper and lower-level courses in Physics. To this day, Singh has taught more than two dozen Computer and Information Sciences courses at SUNY Fredonia. He is authorized to teach around a dozen online CIS courses using FREDLearn, OnCourse and ANGEL LMS.

Singh has published over 220 research papers in multiple research areas, such as information systems, computer science and machine learning, and has directed several graduate students for their M.S. (honors) and M. Phil. dissertations in India and the U.S. Almost 70 undergraduate students have done their senior project, honors, and independent study work under the supervision of Singh in the U.S.