Dr. Charles H. Voss, Jr.

Retired from LSU as the F.J. Haydel, Jr./Kaiser Aluminum Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at LSU in 2003 after serving 43 years on the faculty. In 1962 he joined the faculty of Louisiana State University as an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and was promoted to Full Professor in 1967. His research and publications were in the biomedical area and include heart pacemakers, arificial hearts, hearing aid design, protection for Hansen's disease patients and biotelemetry applications.

From 1982 until retirement in 2003, Dr. Voss served as Undergraduate Coordinator, advising students during all registration for classes. He was a member of many important department and college committees dealing with academic matters. As an indication of the importance of these assignments, consider that at least 2600 ECE students graduated from LSU during the time Dr. Voss became Undergraduate Coordinator in 1983 until he retired.

After service in the U.S. Navy (1943-1946) he received B.S. (1949) and M.S. (1956) degrees in Electrical Engineering at LSU. He earned a Ph.D. degree from North Carolina State University in 1963.

Dr. Voss now serves the department as a member of the ECE Advisory Board. He is extremely busy in retirement and enjoys getting reports from students as well as talking to the ECE faculty and staff that he has known over the years.



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