Ramin Moghaddass

Asst. Professor

Locator Code:
630

 
About
Ramin Moghaddass is an assistant professor in the College of Eningeering's Department of Industrial Engineering. Dr. Moghaddass studies complex, sensor-driven engineered systems. He develops a new generation of flexible and large-scale models for real-time system health monitoring inspired by dynamic structures and networks. His research is applicable in a number of engineering systems, including wind turbines, power systems and other sensor- intensive engineering systems.
Career

Education

2013Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering University of Alberta
2008M.S. Industrial Engineering Sharif University of Technology
2005B.S. Industrial Engineering Sharif University of Technology

Professional Experience

2015 - Assistant Professor, University of Miami
2013 - 2015Research Scholar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2013 - 2013Instructor, University of Alberta
Research

Research Interests

Data-Driven Decision Making under Uncertainty and Dynamic Environments, Survival Analysis and Condition Monitoring for Degrading Systems, Time-series (and longitudinal) Data Analysis, Predictive Analytics Using Large-Scale Data, Healthcare Analytics & Causal Inference, Applications: Energy Grid Condition Monitoring, Healthcare Management, and Maintenance Modeling and Optimization