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Nathan B Dodge
Lecturer I-Electrical Engineering
Office MailstopMail Box: 10148578, ECSN 4.916, Room No.: ECN4916 
Email Address    Primary Phone Number 972-883-2951    Fax Number (972) 883-2710    URL Faculty Homepage    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
 Ph.D.Electrical EngineeringUniversity of Texas at Austin1969
 M.S.Electrical EngineeringUniversity of Texas at Austin1966
 B.S.Electrical EngineeringSouthern Methodist University1963
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Teaching Experience
  • DC and AC circuit analysis
  • Digital systems
  • Electromagnetic theory
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
8/98-PresentSenior Instructor III  University of Texas at Dallas
8/86-12/91Manager of Strategic Development for Computer Science CenterTI Corporate Research Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX
6/69-1/73Project Aerosystems Engineer  General Dynamics, Fort Worth, TX
4/85-7/86Manager, FRESH Program  Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX
2/73-10-83Project ManagerCAD workstation hardware development Texas Instruments
11/83-3/85Vice-President and Manager  LISP Machine. Inc
10/95-8/98Director, University Research  Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX
1/92-9/95Manager, Operations SupportTI Central Research Laboratories Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX
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Professional Career
I spent the majority of my professional career in industry. I spent brief periods with Bell Helicopter and General Dynamics, before joining Texas Instruments. The majority of my working career was spent at TI, from 1973 through 1998, with a brief 19-month hiatus in the middle to work for a startup that was partially owned by TI (1983 to 1985). On retirement from TI in 1998, I joined the University of Texas at Dallas as a Senior Lecturer, and have been a member of the faculty since that time. Although I received my Ph. D. in ion cyclotron wave propagation in an ionized gas (for the purpose of heating a fusion plasma), I immediately entered into a position as a digital design engineer upon graduation, and have spent most of my career in designing or supervising the design of digital and computer systems, or in related staff positions.

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