Mahyar Amouzegar, dean of the College of Engineering, has published a new edition of “Intelligent Automation and Systems Engineering.” This edition revises and extends forty-nine research articles written by top researchers. Topics range from engineering mathematics to computational biology, serving researchers and graduates students with an invaluable source of information and reference as they work with engineering technologies and physical science and applications.
Amouzegar serves as one of three editors of “Intelligent Automation and Systems Engineering.” Written by prominent researchers, the text offers a thorough reference on Intelligent Automation and Systems Engineering.
Amouzegar also serves on the executive board for the Center for Metropolitan Transportation Research, the advisory board for the Center for the Commercial Deployment of Transportation Technologies, and the Military Application Society Council. Mahyar is the immediate past president of the Western Decision Sciences Institute, a Fellow of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications, and a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.