Craig Christensen, PhD
Department of Engineering
Office: Ridgeway Building, Room 300
- PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- MS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|Associate Professor, Suffolk University||2000-present|
|Summer Instructor, Brown University||2004-present|
|Assistant Professor, Merrimack College||1995-2000|
|Lincoln Lab, M.I.T.||1985-1995|
|Recitation Instructor, M.I.T.||1984|
|Teaching Assistant, M.I.T.||1979-1984|
|Photonic Systems, Inc.||2001-2004|
|American Power Conservation||2000-2001|
*work coordinated through Kalman Saffran Associates
- "Impact of Dither Harmonics on Bias Controller Accuracy”, submitted for consideration by IEEE Trans. Instrumentation and Measurement; August 2006.
- “Applications Note: Modulator Bias Controllers” for Photonic Systems, Inc. Burlington, MA. February 2004.
- “Powerline Transceiver System Using a Phase-Locked Loop for 5.0 Mhz On/Off Carrier Signal Detection” for American Power Conversion, Littleton, MA. December 2000.
- “Attracting Undecided Majors into the Engineering Field” ASEE Conference, Lowell, MA. April 2000.
- SPARC CPU-54 Memory Subsystem Timing Simulation” for Force Computers, Germany. March 2000.
- Electronic Deblocker Controllers Reference Manual” for Polaroid Corporation. June 1999.
- Faculty Advisor to IEEE student chapter, 2000-present
- Micro-Mouse Advisor: Top 2 places, 2001 and 2004; hosted in 2002; 3rd place in 2005; 2nd and 3rd place 2006.
- 3-Wheel Race Car: Top 3 places 2001, 2002, 2003; hosted in 2002, 2003.
Introduction to Engineering Design
Introduction to Digital Electronics (& lab)
Electronic Devices I (& lab) (analog circuits)
Electronic Devices II (& lab)
Electronic Devices III (& lab)
Circuit Theory I (& lab)
Communication Systems (& lab)
Pic MicroControllers (as part of Embedded MicroProcessors Course)
Freshman Seminar: Harnessing the Giant - Our World of Energy