Dr. Mohammad AminSchool of Engineering and Computing
School of Engineering and Computing
Dr. Mohammad Amin received his Ph.D. and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering & Computer Engineering, and MS degree in Solid State Physics from Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He also received M.Sc. and B.Sc. degrees in Physics from Dacca University, Bangladesh. Currently, he is working as a Professor of Engineering at National University, San Diego, California. Before joining NU, he worked for many organizations including GE, NJE, Marquette University, University of Notre Dame, College of Technology-Makkah, Waukesha County Technical College, University of Wisconsin Center-Sheboygan, etc. He has published and presented more than 100 articles & papers, 3 US patents, and edited 9 books/proceedings. Dr. Amin worked on a special project of solder paste characterization funded by US Navy. The outcomes of this project resulted many scholarly contributions including three US patents, a dozen of research papers, a sensor (IS4000 Solder Paste Sensor) and an R&D Award in 1996. His current research of interests are: wireless sensors, database, and computer applications. As of today, he organized the International Conference on Computer Science and its Applications (ICCSA2002-2006) as Program Co-Chair, the International Computer Science and Technology Conference (ICSTC-2008) as Database Track Chair, and the American Society for Engineering Education/Pacific South West Conference (ASEE/PSW-2009 & 2015) as Program Chair.