Kim Fowler is an Associate Professor at the Campbell University School of Engineering.
Kim has spent over 35 years in the design, development, and project management of medical, military, and satellite equipment. His interest is the rigorous development of diverse, mission-critical, embedded systems. Kim has worked for several companies designing embedded systems and consulted for both commercial companies and government agencies. He co-founded Stimsoft, a medical products company, in 1998 and sold it in 2003.
Kim is a Fellow of the IEEE and has been President of the IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society for 2010 and 2011, Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE I&M Magazine, and an adjunct professor for the Johns Hopkins University Engineering Professional Program.
He has published widely with nearly 200 papers, articles, and columns; he has written four textbooks on engineering and instrument design over the past 20 years. He has 18 patents – granted, pending, or disclosed. In December 2018, Kim graduated with a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Kansas State University.