- Associate Professor
- Department: School of Safety, Security and Emergency Management
- Office: Stratton 207
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (859)622-2344
- Mailing Address: Stratton 250
Greg Gorbett is an Assistant Professor in Fire & Safety Engineering Technology in the Safety, Security and Emergency Management department at EKU. He spent 7 years working as a private consultant in the fire, arson, and explosion investigation profession prior to coming to EKU. He holds two Bachelor of Science degrees, one in Fire Science, and the other in Forensic Science. He holds a MS degree in Executive Fire Service Leadership and is currently pursuing a MS degree in Fire Protection Engineering from WPI. He currently serves on the NFPA 1033 Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator, as well as a Director for the National Association of Fire Investigators.
Primary Areas of Academic Interest:
Fire and explosion investigation and analysis; Enclosure fire dynamics and fire behavior via residential scale and small-scale experimentation; Fire science and its application to building codes, building construction, fire protection and forensics; Failure analysis and electrical fire causation; Mathematical modeling and computer simulation of fires in buildings; engineering forensic tools; and the use of computer fire models in fire investigation, reconstruction and protection.
|FSE 380||Fire & Explosion Scene Anlysis||Internet Classes SITE||Summer 2015|