Michigan Tech: Q&A with the Great Lakes Research Center’s Timothy Havens

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Timothy Havens came to Michigan Technological University as an electrical and computer engineering researcher. As of January 1, he’s now the director of the Great Lakes Research Center (GLRC), in addition to continuing his roles as director of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC) and the William and Gloria Jackson Professor in Computer Science. Havens succeeds outgoing GLRC director Andrew Barnard.

“I am extremely pleased that Tim has stepped up and accepted the directorship of the Great Lakes Research Center,” said Dave Reed, Michigan Tech’s Vice President for Research. “Tim has been a very effective leader of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems for several years and I am confident he will bring that experience and approach to the GLRC.”

Read the full article at Michigan Tech.

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