I joined the Vermont Tech faculty in 2002 and immediately found it to be an exciting and rewarding place to teach. I currently teach courses in materials, statics, and energy systems. In 2011, I spent a semester in Ireland at University College Cork studying wind power and energy modeling. Prior to joining Vermont Tech I taught at the University of Maryland and studied at the University of Washington where I had the chance to spend a summer at NEC in Japan working on optoelectronics technology. Outside of work I enjoy sailing, skiing, and spending time with my family.
John N. Kidder, Jr., Ph.D.
Engineering and Computing
Professor & Renewable Energy Department Chair
BA, Occidental College; MS, University of Vermont; PhD, University of Washington