William Singhose grew up mostly in Oregon and Washington. He went to the University of Oregon for two years before transferring to the Mechanical Engineering department at MIT.
Singhose then went to Stanford to to pursue his Masters in Mechanical Engineering in 1992. He then worked at Convolve, Inc. for 2 1/2 years before returning to MIT to work on a Ph.D. He finished his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in June 1997, completing his thesis on Command Generation for Flexible Systems.
Singhose joined the faculty at Georgia Tech in 1998 as an assistant professor in the School of Mechanical Engineering. He is now a full professor.
Callaway Manufacturing Research Center, Room 432
Georgia Institute of Technology
Automation and Mechatronics; Vibration and oscillation conrol; flexible dynamics; command generation; active seating; crane control; human-machine interfaces; spacecraft control