Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Ph.D. Oakland University
- M.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- B.S. University of Detroit
Dr. Mark J. Paulik is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Detroit Mercy. He teaches courses in Engineering Design, Digital Signal and Image Processing, Embedded Systems, Hardware Description Languages, Digital Logic, and Controls. His areas of interest and expertise include Digital Signal and Image Processing, Engineering Education Pedagogy, Embedded systems, and Autonomous vehicle sensor and Navigation systems. His publications have focused on industrial and military object identification, handwritten signature analysis, and modern educational pedagogy.
He is currently doing research on the combined use of computational intelligence techniques for vehicular fault detection, diagnosis, and health monitoring.
He holds the Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Degree from the University of Detroit, the Science Master's Degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Ph.D. Degree from Oakland University.