Oates is an economy-sized, semi-retired engineering software developer and software
retired from bioMerieux,
Inc. (formerly Organon Teknika Corporation, a subsidiary of Akzo Nobel, nv) in
2004, where he played an integral part in the development, testing, deployment,
and support of the BacT/ALERT microbial detection system and the Redy 1000
portable sorbent dialysis machine.
now teaches part-time in the Science and Mathematics Division of Oklahoma City Community College.
degrees in industrial
engineering (BSIE, 1970) and computing
science (MSCS, 1975) from the University
resides with his wife, Sue,
and canine house pests, Tuxedo and Daisey, in Norman,
Oklahoma, USA, home of the University
of Oklahoma. Daughter and son-in-law, Carri
and Dustin, live nearby in Oklahoma City.
sites have information about Chuck: members.cox.net/chuxstuff, myspace.com/prof.oates, facebook.com/prof.oates, picasaweb.google.com/CLOates,
and, of course, www.ChuckOates.com.
can e-mail Chuck by following this link.
Chuck also attended Rice
University in Houston, Texas where he served as drum major of
Rice’s Marching Owl Band