Dr. Margaret Mortz, Ph.D.
Dr. Mortz is currently teaching full time in the Engineering and Design Department of Eastern Washington University. She teaches classes on circuits and electricity. These are new classes and take a large amount of time for class preparation.
She also is the owner of Mortz Research and Data Analysis LLC, a consulting company based in Spokane Valley, WA. At this time, she will not have time for new clients.
She received in Ph.D. in electrical engineering from UCLA with a strong background in signal processing and statistics. Prior to teaching at the university level, Dr. Mortz worked in private industry in the biomedical, defense, and electronics industries.
Mortz Research and Data Analysis LLC was creaed for businesses, civic organizations, and non-profits who know the vaue of data.
Examples of Services
Dr. Mortz is multidisciplinary. However, her current teaching duties at Eastern Washington University are taking most of her time. She will not be taking new clients.
Examples of Achievements
Sept., 2013. Served on a review panel for the National Science Foundation to evaluate progress of 3 university winners of grants from the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCOR). http://www.nsf.gov/od/iia/programs/epscor/about.jsp
* Taught engineering classes and criminal justice statistics at Washington State University as a Clinical Associate Professor for 10 years. Taught engineering classes at the University of Denver for 6 years
* Wrote winning proposals and was Principal Investigator on several government grants while working at Q-Dot in Colorado Springs and Martin Marietta (Lockheed Martin) in Orlando Florida. Grants were for defenses systems and for custom circuit designs.
* Developed key patents for a medical pulse oximeter while
working for Ohmeda Biomedical, now part of GE Medical
* Did statistical demographic analysis for non-profits.
* Did custom research for non-profits about programs and grant opportunities.
* Helped prepare a training video for first responders about dealing with people with hearing loss.