Dr. Mohammad Amin

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 University of Dhaka, 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 General Electric, New Jersey Electric, 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. 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.

Honors and Awards

  • 2018, Collaborative research grant June 2012- June 2013
  • 2009, President Professoriate Awards
  • 2003, Software grant valued
  • 2002, NU merit awards
  • 1996, NSF Scholarship
  • 1996, R&D award
  • 1993, GAANN Doctoral Fellowship
  • 1980, Merit Scholarship

Publications

  • Dey, P., Romney, G., Sinha, B., Gonzales, R., Farhani, A.. (2012). Relating Automata to Other Fields. 27(4): 68-173.
  • Reeves, J., Turqueti, M., Dey, P.. (2012). Improving Laboratory Effectiveness in Online and Onsite Engineering Courses at National University. 5: 25-38.
  • Dey, P., Romney, G., Badkoobehi, H., Subramanya, S.. (2012). A Structural Analysis of Agile Problem Driven Teaching. 5: 89-105.
  • Dey, P., Sinha, B., Romney, G., Badkoobehi, H., Subramanya, S.. (2011). Finite Automata Visualization. 5(1): 6-11.

Presentations

  • Amin, M. (2012). Sustainability of Engineering via Sustainable Education. Paper presented at the , Valencia, Spain.
  • Amin, M. (2012). Monitoring of Caffeine Levels in Coffee and Tea Using Electrical Measurement Technique. Paper presented at the , Pasadena, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2011). Processing Semantic Information of Interpretable Strings. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2011). Online Laboratories in Applied Engineering to Enhance Student Learning. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2011). Capstone Project for the Community Cox Tech Center Upgrade at YMCA Youth and Family Services. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2011). An Innovative Idea from MSWC Research Project to Protect Life and Property from Wildfire. Paper presented at the , Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  • Amin, M. (2011). Investigation of a Masters Research Project for Validation of Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes. Paper presented at the , Fresno, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2011). Measurement of Activation Energy Using Electrical Techniques. Paper presented at the , Pasadena, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2010). Teaching Mathematical Concepts with Visualization. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2010). Innovative Ideas and New Wireless Applications for Project Courses. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2010). Electrical AC Impedance Technique is a Viable Tool for Many Nondestructive Tests (NDT). Paper presented at the , Pasadena, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2009). Proposal foProposal for a New Graduate Degree in Internet Engineering and Cyber Technology. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2009). Calibration Of Sugar In Soft Drinks Using Electrical Conductance And Density Measurement Techniques. Paper presented at the , Anaheim, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2008). Agile Teaching: Dynamically Adjusting Teaching Strategies for Improved Learning. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2008). Complete Electrical Equivalent Circuit Model For Biological Cell. Paper presented at the , China.
  • Amin, M. (2008). Thinking Dimensions, 0-1 Binary Mathematics and Early Muslim Scientists. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2008). Multi-model Multi-strategy Teaching/Learning in Science, Engineering and Technology. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2008). How to secure e-mail and instant messages. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2007). Round Trips in Modular Staged Problem Based Learning. Paper presented at the , San Jose, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2007). RoundtRoundtrips in Modular Staged Problem Based Learning. Paper presented at the , San Jose, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2007). A New Engineering Program's Needs, Development, Implementation and Assessment Results,. Paper presented at the , Reno, NV.
  • Amin, M. (2007). Measurement of Solderability and Printability of Solder Pastes Using AC Impedance Methods. Paper presented at the , Long Beach, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2006). Next generation Vehicle Tracking and Communication System. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2006). Modeling & Simulation of a Rake Receiver's Performance in the Presence of a Time-Varying Multipath Channel. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Amin, M. (2006). Knowledge Management through Abstraction. Paper presented at the , Las Vegas, NV.
  • Amin, M. (2005). Integrating Networking and Databases. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
Dr. Mohammad Amin

Contact Information

Dr. Mohammad Amin

College: College of Professional Studies

Department: Engineering and Computing

mamin@nu.edu

(858) 309-3422

Kearny Mesa Campus

Education

Marquette University - PHD - Electrical and Computer Engineering