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John Deno

Emeritus Associate Professor
Engineering Technology and Management
Phone: 740.593.1453

Dr. Deno was a full-time faculty member at Ohio University for 20 years and retired in 2005. He currently teaches part-time in the Department of Engineering Technology & Management. In addition to previously teaching metal machinings, he had five years of industrial experience in metal machining and fabrication. His research interests focus on metal machining with an emphasis on machine capability, superabrasive tooling applications, CNC programming and CAD/CAM. He has given several presentations and workshops on CAD/CAM and super-abrasive tooling applications.

Research Interests: Effects of Temperature on the Machining of Metals; sponsored by NSF and the University of Kentucky; Broaching Research; sponsored by American Broach and Machine Company, and Wolverine Broach Company; Diamond Tool Testing & Bench marking; sponsored by Tempo Diamond Corp.; Partnership for Manufacturing Productivity (PMP) with the General Electric Superabrasives and the Industrial Diamond Association of America, Inc

All Degrees Earned: Ph.D., The Ohio State University


Fritz and Dolores Russ Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award, Ohio University, 1992 & 2004

White Outstanding Teaching Award, Ohio University, 2001 & 2005

White Outstanding Research Award, Ohio University, 2004.

Something you may not know about me: Past chairman of the Mid-Ohio Valley chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers; Served as student advisor for the Ohio University student chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME); Presently proctors the SME Certification Exam for Ohio University students