Dr. Eugene W. Henry
Professor Emeritus
Electrical Engineering, and
Computer Science & Engineering

384 Fitzpatrick Hall
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Professor Henry taught in the Department of Electrical Engineering for 30 years where he developed courses and laboratories in conrtol systems and computers, and directed 33 MSEE theses and the first Ph.D. in EE: William D. O'Neil, 1965. Subsequently, as a charter member of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, he participated for 11 more years in the integration of Mentor Graphics electronic design automation tools into the computer engineering curriculum. He taught 40 different courses, both on campus and in the London Program. He holds B.S.E.E. (1954) and M.S.E.E.(1955) degrees from Notre Dame, and the Ph.D. (1960) from Stanford University.

Professor Henry has been a NASA Faculty Fellow at the Goddard Space Flight Center, and has industrial experience with the Sylvania Electronic Defense Laboratory, Keltec Industries and the Bendix Corporation. He is a Colonel in the Air Force Reserve (Ret.) with experience at the Communications and Navigation Laboratory, ASD Computer Division and Flight Dynamics Laboratory at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, the Air Force Weapons Laboratory at Kirtland AFB, NM, and the Air Force Flight Test Center at Edwards AFB, CA. He was a registered professional engineer in the state of Indiana.

Professor Henry no longer teaches or supports and directs research projects, but he continues to serve on committees and play trombone in the Notre Dame University Concert Band.

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