Timothy E Lindquist, Ph.D.
Tim Lindquist, Professor of Software Engineering
Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering
Ira A Fulton Schools of Engineering
Arizona State University at the Polytechnic campus
7171 E Sonoran Arroyo Mall
Peralta Hall Room 230D
Mesa Arizona 85212
Email:Tim.Lindquist@asu.edu
Phone:(480) 727-2783
Office:Peralta Hall Room 230D
Hours: T,W,TH 1:30-3pm
Tim Lindquist has held various research, industrial, and government appointments throughout his academic career. These include summer faculty research appointments with the Navy, and serving as a visiting scientist with the Institute for Defense Analyses. He was selected to serve on a NATO technical team to define software standards, and he has participated in related international projects and consortia. He is the author of numerous papers on program verification, software testing, software development environments, and software engineering for distributed, web-based, and mobile applications. Many of his publications report findings arising from the Ph.D. dissertations, as well as masters projects and theses he has supervised. After receiving the bachelors, he began his career in computing as a software developer.

Through various administrative appointments, he led the design, implementation, and assessment of computer science, software engineering and information technology academic programs. Working with ASU Tempe campus colleagues on an effort to increase the quality, capacity and variety of ASU computing offerings, he led the formulation of the computing programs at ASU's Polytechnic campus. He served five years as member of the ABET Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC), and has been an ABET program evaluator for over ten years.

Tim Lindquist joined ASU at the Polytechnic campus as a department chair after serving the department of Computer Science and Engineering at ASU's Tempe campus as faculty member and associate chair. At ASU's Polytechnic campus, he also served as Associate Dean and Director of the Division of Computing Studies, and he spent two years as Interim Dean of the College of Science and Technology. He received the Ph.D. and MS in Computer Science from Iowa State University, and he received the BS in Math/Computer Science from Purdue University.

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