About the Author

Timothy Schulz is a Professor at Michigan Tech. From 1999 until 2007 he served as Department Chair for Electrical and Computer Engineering, and from 2007 until 2012 he served as Dean for the College of Engineering. Prior to joining Michigan Tech in 1992, Tim worked for the Environmental Research Institute of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and for the Ground Systems Group of Hughes Aircraft Company in Fullerton, California. His formal education includes a bachelor’s degree from Long Beach State University, a master’s degree from the University of Southern California, and a doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis. He is a Fellow of the Optical Society of America and of the International Society for Optics and Photonics.  Tim has published several technical papers on the topics of sensing and imaging, and has managed research programs for various agencies including the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, the Army Research Laboratory, the Space Telescope Science Institute, the Army Night Vision Laboratory, the Maui High Performance Computing Center, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, and the National Science Foundation.  This is his first blog.

Tim lives in Houghton, Michigan with his wife Roxanne, his two sons Daniel and Matthew, and a loving yellow lab named Sunny.

Mike DelpMarch 27, 2012 - 2:29 am

Hi Tim……

Just found this site…..very nice and thanks for the mention.

yrs,

delp

Ron BarchJanuary 3, 2015 - 8:53 am

Hi Tim, Computer crashed and lost your address. Please send me your mailing address as I want to send you one of my newsletters. Ron Barch

James McCulloughApril 21, 2018 - 9:33 am

Hi Tim,
Just saw the picture of us all- Tim, Jerry, me, Chad and you, from our White Fly adventure a few years ago. My only regret is that we did not keep in touch.

I’m working on a revised version of the book, Voelker’s Pond, with new photos and essays, and wondering if you have any shots of the cabin and pond I might be able to use for the book, of course crediting your photographic talents.

No worries or pressure. It’s in proof right now, but feels a bit empty.

I have had shoulder surgery on my right side, of course my casting arm, but may be able to fish by late summer. I was wondering if we might try a repeat of the get-together on the big water for white flies. I mentioned it to Jerry… it’s a bit early to commit, but it’s an idea!

Best,
James

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