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M.S. in Mechanical Engineering University of Michigan, 1967
Mr. Nielsen has worked in the aerospace industry where, among other duties, he was the project engineer in charge of the F-111 Fighter Aircraft Gyroscope. He also has considerable experience in the laser construction tools industry where he has pioneered many new
construction and machine control products. He has received fourteen U.S. Patents for his various inventions. He has co-authored an article in the American Journal of Fluid Mechanics and has authored several articles in industry trade journals.
Article in Spark Magazine:
Read about Professor Nielsen and his international experience with Calvin students in the latest edition of Spark Magazine.