Instructor

Genevieve M. Lipp

Assistant Professor of the Practice
Electrical and Computer Engineering/Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
Genevieve Lipp is an Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science departments at Duke University. She teaches courses including programming in C++, dynamics, and control systems. She worked previously in the Center for Instructional Technology at Duke and is passionate about using technology to promote learning. She has a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering in the field of nonlinear dynamics, and she earned a B.S.E. in mechanical engineering and a B.A. in German as an undergraduate at Duke University.

  Work experience:
 
1. Company: Duke University
   Title: Adjunct Professor
   Duration: 5 years 9 months ( Present)

2. Company: Duke Center for Instructional Technology
   Title: Online Course Builder
   Duration:2 years 5 months

3. Company: EdgeUp Tutoring
    Title: Tutor
    Duratiom:2 years 11 months

4. Company: Duke University
    Title: Graduate Research Assistant
    Duratiom:4 year 1 month 


   Education:

1. University: Duke University
   Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Mechanical Engineering
   Years: 2010 - 2014
2. University: Duke University
    Degree: B.S.E, Mechanical Engineering
    Years:2006-2010
3. School: St. John's School, Houston TX
    Years:1999-2006

  Main skills: 

  • Matlab
  • Latex
  • Research
  • SolidWorks
  • Public Speaking

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