Dr. Todd Hubing is the
primary designer and instructor for the EMC short courses described on this website.
He is the Michelin Professor for Vehicle Electronic Systems Integration at the Clemson University
International Center for Automotive Research in Greenville, SC, USA. There his research focuses on
the reliable integration of low-cost, safety-critical electronics in an electromagnetically harsh
environment. He is an IEEE Fellow and a Fellow of the Applied Computational Electromagnetics
Society. Dr. Hubing holds a BSEE degree
from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an MSEE degree from Purdue University and a Ph.D.
in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University. Before coming to Clemson in 2006,
he worked for IBM in Research Triangle Park, NC (7 years) and the Missouri University of
Science & Technology, formerly University of Missouri-Rolla (17 years). He is a past
president of the IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society and currently serves on the society's
board of directors.
Dr. Nancy Hubing participates in the design of the short courses and
tutorials offered by LearnEMC and occasionally participates in instruction of the courses.
She is an engineering educator with 17 years of teaching experience at the Missouri University of Science
& Technology (formerly University of Missouri-Rolla) in Electrical & Computer Engineering,
Basic Engineering, Interdisciplinary Engineering, and as Director of Freshman Engineering.
She holds a BSEE degree from Purdue University, and MSEE and Ph.D. in Electrical
Engineering degrees from North Carolina State University. She is particularly interested in
engineering education, and has been presented four campus Outstanding Teaching Awards, the IEEE St.
Louis Section Outstanding Engineering Educator Award (2002), the DOW Outstanding New Faculty Award
for the Mid-West Section of the American Society for Engineering Education (1995), and several
paper awards in the area of engineering education.