136 Kennedy Hall of Engineering
Dr. Bossemeyer teaches courses in analog and digital circuit analysis, signal processing, C programming, and bio-electrical potentials. He and a bioengineering graduate student are currently engaged in a research project with a local cancer surgeon.
The University of Michigan, B.S. E.E., 1974.
The University of Michigan, M.S. E.E., 1978.
The University of Michigan, M.S. Bio.E., 1978.
The University of Michigan, Ph.D. Bio.E., 1981.
While a graduate student, Dr. Bossemeyer developed techniques for applying digital signal processing to analyze nerve bundle electrical signals. He worked with the Neurology Clinic at the University of Michigan Medical Center to develop methods for quantifying thresholds to motion sense and pain sensations. In 1981, Dr. Bossemeyer started his industrial research career at AT&T Bell Laboratories in Holmdel, N.J. working on applied signal processing for speech signals (computer recognition of speech, verification of identity by spoken words, and conversion of text to speech). His career in the telecommunications industry spanned nearly two decades and resulted in over 50 patents. In 2000, he established a consulting company to provide
speech technology services to the government and businesses. He joined the faculty of GVSU as an assistant professor in 2011 following a year as a visiting professor in 2010.