Dr. Christopher Miller is an expert in embedded systems, digital system design, wireless communications, mobile computing, test and product engineering and robotics. He is a member of Rose-Hulman’s Grand Challenges Group, an outreach program that works to increase fourth- and fifth-grade students’ interest in STEM through hands-on activities.

Academic Degrees

  • PhD, University of Notre Dame, 2012
  • MS, University of Notre Dame, 2009
  • BS, University of Evansville, 2006

Awards & Honors

Publications & Presentations

  • Miller, C., Hudson, T. and Sipes, S., “Using Industry-Grade Test Equipment in a Digital Test and Product Engineering Lab Course,” Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers’ International Conference on Microelectronic Systems Education, 2015
  • Miller, C. and Poellabauer, C., “Configurable Integrated Monitoring System for Mobile Devices,” International Conference on Mobile Systems and Pervasive Computing, 2014
  • Berry, C., Chang, D. and Miller, C., “From LEGO to Arduino: Enhancement of ECE Freshman Design with Practical Applications,” American Society of Engineering Education Conference, Seattle, 2016

Research Experiences

  • Test and product engineering for digital devices
  • Improving feedback in lab activities
  • Active learning engineering education

Teaching Interests

  • Embedded systems
  • Digital system design
  • Wireless communications
  • Mobile computing
  • Test and product engineering (the automatic testing of digital devices)
  • Robotics
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