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Tina Hudson

Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (half-time)

Dr. Tina Hudson’s areas of expertise include analog digital systems and electronic device modeling. She is a dedicated educator who has received the Dean’s Outstanding Teacher Award. Dr. Hudson also has worked as a visiting engineer for Teradyne, Micron and Texas Instruments and built relationships that have led to internships for students, equipment for laboratories, great classroom examples, and funding for educational activities in the department. Microelectronic Systems Education Conference committee since 2007

Teaching Interests

  • Test and product engineering (the automatic testing of analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits with a focus on industrial testing techniques)
  • Microelectronics
  • Analog and mixed-signal integrated circuit design
  • Engineering education methods
  • Integrated circuits emulating neural systems

Research Experiences

  • Developing teaching methods to encourage critical thinking and a deep approach to learning
  • Developing new curricula in test and product engineering for analog and mixed-signal circuits
  • Developing workshops to provide faculty members with tools and terminology to successfully develop publishable pedagogical research
  • Guiding master’s students through the development of novel integrated circuit designs

Select Publications & Presentations

  • Hudson, T. A. and Sipes, S. M., “Developing Critical Thinking Skills in a Mixed-Signal Test and Product Engineering Course,” American Society of Engineering Education Conference, 2014
  • Hudson, T. A. and Copeland, B., “Working with Industry to Create a Test and Product Engineering Course,” Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Microelectronics Systems Education, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, 130-133, 2009
  • Wei, P. and Hudson, T. A., “Performance Improvement of an Asynchronous Sigma-Delta Modulator by Programmable Hysteresis,” Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science, Vol 1, 2009
  • Hudson, T. A., Goldman, M. and Sexton, S. M., “Using Behavioral Analyses to Improve Student Confidence with Analog Circuits,” IEEE Transactions on Education, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Vol. 51 (3), 370-377, 2008
  • Ohlmiller, S. and Hudson, T., “System of Interconnected Reconfigurable Linear Threshold Circuits,” Proceedings of the IEEE Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Vol. 2, 361-365, 2006

Awards & Honors

  • Dean’s Outstanding Teacher, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, 2014

Academic Degrees

  • PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000
  • MSEE, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995
  • BEE, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1992
  • BS, Berry College, 1992