Archie L. Williams, PhD
Professor and Chair of the Department of Engineering Technology
Academic Program: Agricultural Engineering Technology
Research Area: Bioenergy and Climate Change
Circular Bioeconomy Systems
Doctor of Philosophy: Agricultural and Biological Engineering - The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (2006)
Master of Science: Agricultural and Biological Engineering - The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (1999)
Bachelor of Science: Electronic Engineering Technology - Fort Valley State University (1992)
Williams, A.L., D. Ezell, S. Lawrence, T. Payne. 2020. D2L as a Training Platform for Faculty: Lessons Learned. Presented Virtually during the Teaching & Learning 2020 D2L Connection: Worldwide Edition, April 7th, 2020.
Williams, A.L. 2019. 12th Annual Mentoring Conference Takeaways. Presented at the initial FVSU Center for Learning & Teaching Monthly Lecture Series. November 19th, 2019.
Williams, A. L., C. Ogden, and Erika Williams. 2019. Assessment of Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Technologies (DJI Phantom 3 Professional) for Agricultural Applications at Fort Valley State University. Poster Presentation: APLU 2019 HBCU Engineering Workshop.
Mahapatra, A.K., D.E. Ekefre, N. Pattanaik, U. Jena, A.L. Williams, and M. Latimore Jr. 2017. Thermal properties of sweet sorghum bagasse as a function of moisture content. Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal, 19(4); 108-113.
Ekefre, D.E., A.K. Mahapatra, M. Latimore Jr., D.D. Bellmer, U. Jena, G.J. Whitehead, and A.L. Williams. 2017. Evaluation of three cultivars of sweet sorghum as feedstocks for ethanol production in the Southeast United States. Heliyon. 3.
Williams, A.L. March 2018 – Dec. 2020. Assessment of Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Technologies (DJI Phantom 3 Professional) for Agricultural Applications at Fort Valley State University. USDA NIFA Evans Allen Project.
Williams, A.L. March 2011 – Dec. 2014. Biodiesel Feedstock Determination Using an Electronic Nose and Neural Networks. USDA NIFA Evans Allen Project.
Latimore, M, A.K. Mahapatra, D.D. Bellmer, A.L. Williams. Sept. 2010 – Aug. 2013. Evaluation of In-Field Production of Ethanol from Sweet Sorghum.