Industrial Experience



Teaching Material

Senior Design

Christopher S. Greene, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
University of St. Thomas School of Engineering

Dr. Greene joined the Engineering School at the University of St. Thomas in 2002 following more than 24 years in industry developing products for aerospace and industrial control applications.  His experiences have included doing research in controlling aircraft and spacecraft and applied adaptive estimation to the detection of accidents on freeways and to navigation system development.   He has worked for a variety of companies including Honeywell's Systems and Research Center and later their Avionics Division.  Following a brief period at Diversified Technology Systems where he directed the development of automated semiconductor processing equipment, he went to work for Horton (later known as Nexen Group Inc.) where he became the Product Manager for their industrial products. 

His interests include developing new methods of teaching Signals and Systems, applying control technology to new applications and applying PC-based control solutions to industrial control problems.   He teaches various Electrical Engineering courses including Control Systems and Automation, Signals and Systems and Digital Electronics Design.