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Dr. Thomas C. Gilbar

  • Position: Chair, FWB Coordinator, and Lecturer
  • Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Office Location: FWB - Building 2, Room 259
  • tgilbar@uwf.edu
  • Campus: 850.314.6917

Biography:

Dr. Thomas C. Gilbar is Chair, Lecturer and Undergraduate Advisor for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, a faculty member since 2003, he has taught many courses. They range from Digital Logic Design and Computer Architecture to Circuits, Electronics, Software Tools, and Digital/VHDL Design. His research interests are Digital Circuit Design, Microprocessors, and Artificial Neural Network.

Gilbar has a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Florida Atlantic University. He has two degrees from Florida International University – a M.S. in Computer Engineering and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. His work has been published in Annual Review of Communications and IEEE Southeastcon, among others.

Degrees & Institutions:

Ph.D. Computer Engineering, Florida Atlantic University
M.S. Computer Engineering, Florida International University
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Florida International University

Research:

Digital design, neural networks, student internships, effective strategies for student success in a distance learning environment, microprocessors.

Current Courses:

  • Digital Logic and Computer Systems
  • Circuits I
  • Digital Logic and Computer Systems lab
  • Engineering Internship
  • Co-Op Work Experience
  • Capstone Design I
  • Capstone Design II

Classes Taught:

  • Digital Logic and Computer Systems
  • Circuits I
  • Digital Logic and Computer Systems lab
  • Engineering Internship
  • Co-Op Work Experience
  • Power System Design

Special Interests:

Bringing STEM education to elementary and middle school kids.

Publications:

His work has been published in Annual Review of Communications and IEEE Southeastcon, among others.


Keywords: digital circuit design, microprocessors, artificial neural network