Mr. Mobus teaches computer science to undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Washington Institute of Technology, but his background is quite a bit broader. He has a PhD in CS, an MBA in Decision Science, and a baccalaureate in Zoology (with substantial coursework in math, chemistry, and oceanography) from the Seattle campus of UW.
For a time, in a prior life (pre-PhD) he managed a medium-sized electronics design and manufacturing company in Southern California, so he has some real-world management experience.
Georges' first real love in the world of academics is actually biology and specifically evolutionary, cognitive, neuropsychology! In other words, he wonders how the brain works to produce the mind and how did it come about through evolution. He has dabbled in computer models of brain-like systems to control robots.