Dr. Harshvadan Panchal has 25 years of experience in teaching and research and holds a Ph.D. in Physics. He has 15 years of experience as a university professor, teaching graduate and postgraduate students in the field of Applied Physics. Dr. Panchal’s research was predominantly in the area of solid-state electrolyte materials and semiconducting oxide glasses characterized using X-ray diffraction, AC conductivity, FTIR spectroscopy and various other methods. He has published more than 20 research papers in reputed journals and presented at various conferences. His research work is cited by many authors internationally. He is also a certified engineering technologist, a knowledge base that assists him in teaching college students in the field of electromechanical engineering and mechatronics. Using his experience from various Canadian companies, Dr. Panchal helps Humber students enhance their knowledge and gain valuable hands-on experience in the class. In addition to teaching, he is engaged in research activities at the college. Dr. Panchal has expertise in electronics, sensors, industrial automation and microcomputer-based automation. Specifically, Dr. Panchal’s research area of interest is in the Internet of Things, the application of sensors and integration, and industrial automation. Dr. Panchal teaches various courses at Humber College, including industrial automation, microcomputer-based automation, digital electronics, electronics devices, embedded system integration and C programming.
Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology