Greg Mason, Ph.D., P.E.
Building/Room: ENGR 406A
Teaching and Research Interests
Dr. Mason teaches 300- and 400- level control and DAQ & instrumentation courses. His current research interests include digital controls, robotics, and automation. He has published several papers addressing the uses of advanced controls system techniques in manufacturing. He is also active in pedagogical research, receiving an HP equipment grant for innovative use of classroom technology, NSF grant with Dr. Shuman for developing a learning community, and developing a handheld data acquisition system.
Dr. Mason received a BSME from Gonzaga University, an MS in Computer Integrated Manufacturing from Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington-Seattle. He developed a robotics laboratory for the Department of Defense in Keyport, WA and was involved in numerous automation projects, including a robotic container welding system and a robotic torpedo fueling system. While at the University of Washington Dr. Mason did post-doctoral research for NASA, designing a multirate flutter suppression system for a commercial jet.