Clint Kohl, Ph.D.Professor of Computer Engineering
Dr. Kohl joined the faculty of Cedarville University in the fall of 1994. His graduate research involved the development of a new magneto-resistive non-volatile memory technology. His areas of interest include digital electronics, micro controllers, programmable logic devices, and embedded systems. He has enjoyed advising numerous autonomous robotic competition teams. Dr. Kohl is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the American Society of Engineering Educators.
Education and Credentials
- Ph.D., Iowa State University
- M.S.E.E., University of North Dakota
- B.S.E.E., South Dakota State University
- Diversified Projects in Microcontroller Class Enhances Undergraduate Students’ Learning, Design and Research (Vicky Fang, Samuel L. SanGregory and Clinton E. Kohl) 2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition (2015)
- A Simulated Mano Machine An Novel Project For Computer Architecture Class (Vicky Fang and Clinton E. Kohl) 2008 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition (2008)
- CedarLogic - A New Graphical Digital Logic CAD Tool to Aid in the Teaching of Digital Logic Design (Clinton E. Kohl and Keith A. Shomper) Proceedings of the 2007 ASEE Annual Conference and Symposium (2007)
- Statement of Integration of Faith and the Engineering Discipline (Clinton E. Kohl) Faculty Integration Papers (2012)
- Hobbies: Autonomous Robotics, Camping, Visiting National Parks, Scuba Diving, and Water Skiing
- Why I’m at Cedarville: I want to serve God with all my heart and invest in the lives of young people.