Lead Forensics
James Stratton

James Stratton, PhD.

Manager Technical Assistance Program

765-494-9135

217-232-2127

stratton@purdue.edu

Responsibilities

Jim is responsible for managing the 40-hour faculty assistance projects within the Technical Assistance Program.

Background

He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Eastern Illinois University in Engineering Technology, where he focused in industrial automation.  Jim’s graduate studies at Purdue University were a continuation of his interests in the manufacturing industry, where he obtained a Master of Science, as well as a Ph.D., in Mechanical Engineering Technology. 

Expertise

Particular areas of interest and expertise:

Technology adoption practices

Industrial automation (PLC configuration and programming, hardware installation)

Manufacturing processes (specification, troubleshooting, operation)

NIST

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