Mohammad Mayyas, Ph.D.
Dr. Mayyas is an associate professor of Engineering Technologies at the Bowling Green State University, and an affiliate Associate Research Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Texas Arlington, where he was formally senior research scientist and the chief of robotics division at its Research Institute. Dr. Mayyas is actively involved in establishing collaborative programs between academic institutions in USA and Middle East. .
What I Do
Dr. Mayyas currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses including modeling and simulation of dynamic systems, dynamics, thermodynamics, design of experiments, senior project (Capstone), mechatronics, and robotics. His research interests include Microsystems (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems), Micro-robotics, robotics, Mechatronics, control, manipulation and multi scale assembly, system dynamics and vibration, structural analysis, design of mechanisms, multi-scale multi-physics modeling & simulation, inverse engineering, and advanced micromanufacturing methodologies.
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at ArlingtonDissertation Title: Methodologies for automated microassembly
(June 2004 – Dec. 2007)
Supervising Professors: Panayiotis S. Shiakolas, Harry Stephanou
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at ArlingtonThesis Title: Wafer surface reconstruction and characterization for motion compensation in a femtosecond laser micromachining system
(Jan. 2003 – May 2004)
Supervising Professors: Panayiotis S. Shiakolas, TC. Yih
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Jordan University of Science and TechnologySenior project: Solar tracking control system
(Sept. 1996 – Jan. 2001)
Supervising Professor: Mohammad Othman