Greg Nordstrom came to the Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering in the fall of 2006 from industry, where he worked for several years as a software architect and senior researcher, developing scientific and automation applications for the biotech and drug discovery industries. This work resulted in several U.S.- and international patents, some of which he is listed as co-inventor. Prior to that, Nordstrom was a Research Assistant Professor at Vanderbilt University’s Institute for Software Integrated Systems, teaching and performing research in the area of model-integrated computing. Prior to joining the faculty of Vanderbilt, Nordstrom completed a 23-year career in the United States Air Force, serving as an engineering officer and as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Air Force Academy. Nordstrom holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, and both Master’s and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering. He recently entered his 4th decade of marriage to Vikki, his wife, and they have three grown sons. At Lipscomb, he is a member of the Electrical and Computer Engineering department, focusing on microprocessors, digital computer design, robotics, and embedded systems. Nordstrom is an active member of Bellevue Church of Christ where he teaches adult bible school classes and works with World Bible School.
Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Vanderbilt University,1999
M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Tennessee Space Institute,1992
BSEE, Electrical Engineering, Arizona State University,1987