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Massoud Saleh

Massoud Saleh, B.S., M.S.

Engineering, Science Engineering & Math

Email: msaleh@cypresscollege.edu

Phone: 714-484-7000 Ext : 48372

Office Hours :
Monday: 2:35-3:35 pm
Tuesday: 4:00-5:30 pm
Wednesday: 2:35-3:35 pm
Thursday: 1:30-2:30 pm

Location: Room 248

 
 

Biography


I am an engineer by profession who worked in private sector for many years. My Bachelor degree is in Civil Engineering, Masters in Assistive Technology with focus on Accessibility, and I am currently working on my PHD in Engineering and Applied Mathematics with focus on Finite Element Analysis and Structural Topology Optimization.

I am a National Science Foundation Alumnus and ANSI standard committee member with experience in transportation of people with mobility impairment through public transportation. Among projects I have been working are:

  • Boeing Simulation lab (Cal state Long Beach) 
  • Intelligent Stage, a smart environment helping the study of  automation and its effect on aging (Cal state Long Beach)
  • Hybrid aircraft seat and the process of crashworthiness certification through simulation (Cal state Long Beach-Claremont Graduate University)

I have been teaching in Cypress College, Moorpark College and California State University Long Beach. My Goal is to help you finding your passion in engineering and prepare you for a smooth transition to the engineering discipline of your choice.

 

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