Barsony, Charles Louis

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Barsony, Charles Louis

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[ca. 1969]

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Charles (Chuck) Louis Barsony earned his Bachelor of Applied Science from The University of Toronto, his Masters of Applied Science in 1979 from the University of Waterloo, and his Doctor Universitatis from the Technical University of Heavy Industry - now called Miskolc University. Chuck Barsony has also achieved Professional Engineer status. Chuck Barsony started at Ryerson in 1969 in the Electrical Technology, then the Electrical and Computer Engineering Departments. From 1974 until 1981 he acted as the Assistant Chairman of the Department. Chuck was also involved in CATE - Centre for Advanced Technology. He retired in 1996, but still listed as a Professor Emeritus under the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. During his time at Ryerson he participated in wind turbine testing on the roof of the Monetary Times Building, and acted for 21 years as the faculty advisor for RYEHAM - Ryerson's amateur radio club. Outside of Ryerson, he acted as Ontario's Chairman of Computer & Automated Systems Association of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

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