William Greer, Web Professor

Professor Greer entered electronics in 1966 as a USAF Radio Relay Repairman. In 1972 he helped build the first golf scoreboard to use a microprocessor — an Intel 4004 — for control. Subsequently, he worked in cathodic protection and office equipment repair, then as National Service Manager for an importer of calculators and cash registers. After a stint as a Field Service Engineer in the wafer fabrication industry, he taught electronics for several years at the Albuquerque Technical-Vocational Institute before joining Contemporary Controls in June 2000 as a product specialist.

For any questions or comments, please contact him at bgreer@ccontrols.com