Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Phone: 260.422.5561, ext. 2102
Cell Phone: 260.341.1608
Office: Zollner Engineering Center, Room 111E
- ME 4973 ME Senior Project I
- ME 4974 ME Senior Project II
- MTWRF: 7:30-8:30 a.m.
- By appointment
College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Academic Advisor Roles
- M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University (1987)
- B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University (1976)
- Dean, Engineering and Computer Sciences, Indiana Tech, 2005-present
- Dept. Manager, Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering, Indiana Tech, 2002-2005
- Manager of Product Assurance, Raytheon, 1998-2002
- Manager of Specialty Design and Test, Hughes Aircraft, 1995-1997
- Mechanical Engineer, Supervisor, and Manager of Reliability and Environmental Test, Magnavox, 1981-1995
- Test Engineer, International Truck, 1977-1981
- Engineer, Northern Indiana Public Service Company, 1976-1977
- “Pioneering Heat Pump Project” at US DOE Geothermal Technologies Program, 2010 Peer Review
- “Skills for the 21st Century: Energy Engineering” at Need to Go Green Conference, Fort Wayne, IN, 2008
- “The Practicality of Using Wind Power in Indiana,” Dave Aschliman, Electrical Manufacturing and Coil Winding Association, 2004
Dave Aschliman is the Dean for the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences at Indiana Tech. After 21 years of engineering and management experience at Raytheon, Hughes Aircraft, and Magnavox, Dave made a career change.
In 2002, Dave joined Indiana Tech as the Chair of Mechanical Engineering.
In 2005, he was promoted to his current position as Dean for the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences. Dave helped develop the Biomedical Engineering program (launched in 2004) and the Energy Engineering program (launched in 2008).
In 2009, Dave served on the design team that was awarded $1.34 million from the Department of Energy to design and build a geothermal heating and cooling system for Indiana Tech with closed-loop ground piping and vertical wells. The geothermal system became operational in 2010.