Charles Standridge, Ph.D.

Dr. Standridge

Chair, Computer Engineering
Professor, Product Design and Manufacturing Engineering

Office Address: 332 Kennedy Hall of Engineering
Phone: (616) 331-6750
Email: [email protected]

Teaches: Dr. Charles Standridge joined the faculty in January 1999. His primary interests are in energy systems design as well as production operations and supply chain logistics with the application discrete event simulation methods. He teaches courses in energy systems, production operations and material handling, as well as engineering data analysis and computer programming. He has grants having to do with the gathering and modeling of wind resource data in Lake Michigan; the remanufacturing, repurposing and recycling of lithium-ion batteries used to power vehicles, and energy system curriculum development. 

Degrees: Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from Washington University in St. Louis, 1974.

Master of Science and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering / Operations Research from Purdue University, 1977 and 1978. 

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