Clyde A. Lettsome, Ph.D., P.E., M.E.M. – Researcher, Consultant, Contractor, Technical Business Analyst, and Educator.
Dr. Lettsome is a digital signal & image processing, digital communications, and computer design expert (and solutionist) with over 16 years of technical, business, education, and research experience helping students, consumers, entrepreneurs, and other engineers understand technologies.
Dr. Lettsome worked for 2 years as an electrical engineering consultant for Sigma Electrical and Environmental Engineering. He later worked for 1 year as a telemetry engineer for Computer Sciences Raytheon, a space program contractor, and 2 years as a digital signal processing and digital engineer for Rockwell Collins.
Dr. Lettsome’s practical experience isn’t just one dimensional. He worked as a graduate research assistant (GRA) at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) for 2 years. He also worked as a graduate teaching assistant (GTA) at the Florida Institute of Technology (1 year) and at Georgia Tech. (over 5 years), one of the top 5 engineering/technology universities (according to US News & World Report). He spent almost all of his time as a GTA as a course instructor teaching “Circuits and Electronics”.
Dr. Lettsome has received a number of awards. He is a recipient of 3 National Science Foundation education related fellowships. In 2004 he was recognized as an outstanding graduate student instructor by the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering for teaching Circuits and Electronics.