Custom Instrumentation Solutions for Scientific and Engineering Challenges

Jeff S. Worth, AAS, Electronics

Electronics Engineering Technician
Primary office:
Malott Hall
Room 1086


Jeff developed his technical skills with a Diploma in Watchmaking.  In 1991, he obtained an Associate of Applied Science in Electronics:  Analog and Digital Electronics, Microprocessors, Analog and Digital Communications, Industrial Controls.  Later he added a Certificate in Precision Machine Shop.

Jeff previously worked in technical support with Nellcor Puritan Bennett where he worked with diagnostic spirometers and accessories in the Sleep Therapeutic Division.  Later he worked with Beta Lasermike in technical support for laser and ultrasound scanners.

He joined the Instrumentation Design Laboratory in 2004.  Jeff is currently shared with the Physics Department where his responsibilities include management of a Class 100 Clean Room and the operation and management of a wirebonding machine.


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