Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering

Matthew I.  
Campbell, Ph.D

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Oregon State University, USA
Dr. Matt Campbell is a mechanical engineering professor with research focusing on automating difficult or tedious engineering design tasks. For over 20 years, he has focused on methods that independently create solutions for typical mechanical engineering design problems like gear trains, sheet metal, planar mechanisms, and planning for manufacturing, assembly and disassembly. In 2020, he was named an ASME fellow for his achievements in machine design, design theory, artificial intelligence, graph theory and numerical optimization. Prior to his current position within the School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering at Oregon State University, he was a William J. Murray Fellow at the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, a Hans Fischer Senior Fellow at the Technical University of Munich, and a 2005 NSF CAREER awardee. He has over a hundred published articles and has been acknowledged with best paper awards at conferences by the ASME, ASEE, and the Design Society. He received his PhD from Carnegie Mellon University in 2000 with honors and membership in Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Tau Sigma.

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