- 1 Gregory W. (Greg) Donohoe
- 1.1 Affiliations
- 1.2 Education
- 1.3 My Schedule
- 1.4 Teaching
- 1.5 Some Background
- 1.6 Current Professional Activity
- 1.7 Music
- 1.8 Quote of the Year
Gregory W. (Greg) Donohoe
- Professor [Computer Science Department]
- University of Idaho
- 875 Perimeter Drive MS 1010
- Moscow, Idaho, USA
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mobile: 208.301.3486
- [Electrical and Computer Engineering], Professor
- [Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers], Senior Member
- [Association for Computer Machinery], Member
- Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of New Mexico, 1989
- M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of New Mexico, 1982
- B.S., Electronic Engineering Technology, Lake Superior State University, 1976
- Registered Professional Engineer, State of Idaho, License #11357
I will be on sabbatical leave during the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters. I will mostly be in town, but working from off campus.
- No office hours while on sabbatical.
Upcoming business travel:
- May 23-26: NASA Tactical Fire Remote Sensing Advisory Committee meeting, NASA Ames, California.
- April 14-16, 2016, ABET Symposium, Hollywood, FL.
- August 11-18, National University of Costa Rica, Heredia, Costa Rica
- August 20-22, Think Big event, Coeur d'Alene, ID
- September 1-18, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia
Since I will be on sabbatical leave during Fall 2015 and Spring 2016, I will not be teaching classes.
Classes Taught Recently
I've taught 30+ different classes at the University of New Mexico, New Mexico Tech and the University of Idaho. Most in the areas of signals and systems or computer engineering.
- ISEM 301: Information and Society
- CS 401+501: Contemporary Issues in Computer Science
- ECE 444/544: Supervisory Control and Critical Infrastructure
- Contemporary Issues in Computer Science
- Supervisory Control and Critical Infrastructure (ECE 444/544)
- Advanced Computer Architecture (CS 451/551)
- Senior Design (CS 481)
- Computer Architecture and Organization (CS 150)
- Digital Image Processing (ECE 404/504)
- University of Idaho.
- Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Electronics, Branch, Senior Electronics Engineer
- Deputy Program Manager
- DARPA Project Officer
- Kestrel Corporation, Senior Scientist
- University of New Mexico, Academic and Research Faculty Appointments
- New Mexico Tech, Adjunct Faculty
- Sandia National Laboratories, Senior Member of the Technical Staff
- U.S. Navy, Radioman, 1968-71. U.S.S. White Plains, AFS-4. Vietnam & Western Pacific.
Current Professional Interests
- Digital Image Processing
- Image Analysis
- Pattern Recognition
- Real Time and Embedded Computing
- Computer Science Education
Professional Areas I've Worked In
Digital signal and image processing. Machine Vision for security monitoring, robot control, scientific and medical image analysis. Real-time embedded systems for signal and image processing. Reconfigurable and low-power platforms. ASIC design, FGPA and microprocessor-based systems (VHDL, Verilog). Some reasonably large software projects in C++ and Java, using Object Oriented Programming methods.
Here's the whole gory story: Greg's Publications
Current Professional Activity
In the last few years I've shifted from hands-on research to university administration and project management. I like to work with others to make good things happen. On sabbatical, I will explore research areas and update my skills. Currently looking at Unmanned Aerial Systems (drones) for environmental applications such as wildland fire management, and precision agriculture. I'm particularly interested in how to exploit the data this is becoming available in huge quantities from these affordable and flexible remote sensing platforms.
Past Research Projects
"Music shakes the dust of everyday life off your shoes." - Sonny Rollins
Now into jazz, swing, and world/fusion.
- Play bass with the Hog Heaven Big Band
- Play bass and sing with Gefiltetrout, a Klezmer/Gypsy/Eastern European folk dance band.
Quote of the Year
"Il semble que la perfection soit atteinte non quand il n'y a plus rien à ajouter, mais quand il n'y à plus rien à retrancher."
"It seems that perfection is reached, not when there is nothing else to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.
- Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, "Terre des Hommes".