Nathan Dodge

Lecturer I - Electrical Engineering

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Electrical Engineering
University of Texas at Austin - 1969
M.S. - Electrical Engineering
University of Texas at Austin - 1966
B.S. - Electrical Engineering
Southern Methodist University - 1963

Research Areas

Teaching Experience
  • DC and AC circuit analysis
  • Digital systems
  • Electromagnetic theory

Appointments

Director, University Research
Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX [1995–8]
Vice-President and Manager
LISP Machine. Inc [1983–3]
Manager of Strategic Development for Computer Science Center
Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX [8–1991]
Senior Instructor III
University of Texas at Dallas [8–Present]
Project Aerosystems Engineer
General Dynamics, Fort Worth, TX [6–1]
Manager, FRESH Program
Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX [4–7]
Project Manager
Texas Instruments [2–Present]
Manager, Operations Support
Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX [1–9]

Additional Information

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.

News Articles

Pomara, Dodge Recognized as Outstanding Teachers at UT Dallas
Two educators at the University of Texas at Dallas — Dr. John Pomara and Dr. Nathan Dodge — have been selected as outstanding teachers for the 2006-2007 academic year.

Pomara, an associate professor in the School of Arts and Humanities, will receive the Chancellor’s Council Award, which is provided annually by The University of Texas System to recognize excellence in teaching at each of the system’s nine general academic institutions.  Dodge, a senior lecturer in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, has been selected for the newly created President’s Outstanding Teaching Award, established this year by UT Dallas President David E. Daniel to recognize the contributions of non-tenure track faculty.