Dr. Mohamed Ismail
Adjunct Professor of Engineering
Building/Office: Engineering (ENG) Slot Number: 46
Dr. Ismail has a Bachelor of Mechanical Design and Production Engineering, a Master of Applied Sconce in Industrial Engineering, an MBA in Finance and International Business, and a Ph.D. in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE). Dr. Ismail held many industrial positions as a Research and Development Engineer, Operations and Purchasing Engineer, and Operations Manager. He has research contributions in four main areas of research: 1) Systems Optimization, 2) Manufacturing Systems Analysis and Design 3) Outcome-based Assessment Systems and. Dr. Ismail is the creator and the developer of Progressive Modeling, A new systems modeling and optimization approach, FactDesign, a manufacturing systems analysis and optimization Windows-based platform; OBACIS, a Web/Windows/Excel outcome-based assessment and continuous improvement integrated platform for Engineering and Higher Education, and HEDAL, a healthcare engineering and big data analytics lab and software platform. Dr. Ismail is showcasing/publishing his research findings and its software artifacts at well-reputed national and international conferences and leading industrial engineering journals.
- Ph.D of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, University of Windsor, ON, Canada. 2011
- Master of Business Administration (MBA), American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt. 2005
- MSc of Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Design and Production Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt. 2004
- BSc of Mechanical Design and Production Engineering, with Honors, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt. 1998
Manufacturing Systems Analysis and Design, Smart Manufacturing/Industry 4.0, Lean Manufacturing, Systems Modeling and Optimization, Supply Chain Management, Bio-Inspired Optimization Algorithms, Healthcare Engineering, Big Data Analytics, and Outcome-Based Accreditation.