[Photo of Hank Dietz]

Dr. Henry G. (Hank) Dietz
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and James F. Hardymon Chair in Networking

University of Kentucky
College of Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
453 F. Paul Anderson Tower
Lexington, KY 40506-0046

Phone: (859) 257 4701
Fax: (859) 257 3092
Email: hankd@engr.uky.edu
Office: 203 Davis Marksbury Building
Lab: 108/108A Davis Marksbury Building
329 Rose Street, Lexington, KY 40506-0633

I try to be available for advising without any appointments any time I'm in my office or lab.
My photo (right) will often tell you where I am, and there are also slow-update live cameras.
Spring 2016, I'm typically available in either 203 or 108 Marksbury weekdays between 8:30 AM and 4:00 PM.

Spring 2016 Classes:
EE599-003/EE699-003: Software Toolchains for Embedded Systems, was scheduled for TR 9:30-10:45 in room 243 Mining and Mineral Resources, but has been cancelled (I have too much to do with reworking EE380/EE480)
EE380/CS380: Computer Organization and Design, was scheduled for TR 12:30-1:45 in room 110 White Hall Classroom Building, but has been moved to TR 12:30-1:45 in room 153 Chemistry-Physics Building
EE480/CS480: Advanced Computer Architecture, MWF 3:00-3:50 in room 203 Ralph G Anderson

Research URLs: Aggregate.Org, Senscape.Org, CVVE, Purdue (archived), Linkedin
Student Group URLs: IEEE, Digital Photography Club, Linux User's Group
(Prof. Dietz is a CSA as described at Crisis Management & Preparedness)
(Register your Unmanned Aircraft System with FAA by Feb. 19, 2016; Prof. Dietz did)
Conferences: IS&T Electronic Imaging, LCPC, SC16

Other Useful URLs:
Curriculum: IEEE Computer Engineering Curriculum (local copy), PIAEE
Local Stuff: LEX18, myUK , Marksbury room reservations
Personal: Dr. Sabire Ozcan (wife), Dr. Paul Dietz (brother), Dietz Company, GCHS 1977, Image Of The Day
Random postings (most as "ProfHankD"): Instructables, Thingiverse Things, DPReview (Technology Enabling Art), PentaxForums, Dyxum, FDReview, AllPhotoLenses, Kofte


The Aggregate. The only thing set in stone is our name.