Purdue University, 1992Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1982
Dr. Momot worked for a short time as a manufacturing engineer at General Electric's NELA park before obtaining a job with IBM as a design engineer working on printers. After obtaining his doctorate, he went to teach at Virginia Military Institute. After five years at VMI, he went to teach at University of Wisconsin-Platteville for twenty-two years. At Platteville, he was very active in curriculum development, assessment, and international programs. He spent one semester teaching in Jönköping, Sweden, and another semester teaching in Dalkeith, Scotland. He also served as department chair while at Platteville. His professional interests are in automation and control. His hobbies include woodworking and photography.
Pi Tau Sigma Outstanding Professor Award2001
Excellence in Teaching Award for the College of Engineering, Math and Science2000
Primarily interested in artificial intelligence and hierarchical control of automated systems, but also interested in pedagogy as applied to engineering.
Basic Linear Theory of Handling and Stability of Automobiles S. Lukowski, M. Momot, D. Kraemer, D. Kunz, "Basic Linear Theory of Handling and Stability of Automobiles", Journal of Automobile Engineering, Vol. 223, PE Publishing LTD., January 2009, pp. 1-10.
The Minor in Microsystems and Nanotechnology at UW-Platteville H. T. Evensen, O. Jadaan, H. Abdel-Aal, J. Hamilton, W. Li, M. Momot, E. Ofulue, N. Safari-Shad, M. M. Patterson, "The Minor in Microsystems and Nanotechnology at UW-Platteville", Proceedings of the ASEE North Midwest Sectional Conference, University of W
An Inexpensive and Robust Testbed for Systems and Controls M. E. Momot, "An Inexpensive and Robust Testbed for Systems and Controls", Proceedings of the ASEE North Midwest Sectional Conference, University of Wisconsin — Platteville, Platteville, WI, October 16-18 2008
An Analysis of a Frictional Coupling Mechanism in Rolling Variators with Initial Point Contact Lukowski, S., Medeksza, L., Kraemer, D., and Momot, M., "An Analysis of a Frictional Coupling Mechanism in Rolling Variators with Initial Point Contact", Proceedings of ASME 2007 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Las Vegas, NV, Septe