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About Mohammed Ali


Dr. Mohammed Ali joined The University of Texas at Tyler in Fall 2016 as Associate Professor in the Department of Technology. He is also the Program Coordinator at the Longview University Center. In addition to his work at the University, Dr. Ali is associated with the US Navy and Air Force as Fellow Research Scientist. His research articles have been published in 40 peer reviewed journals, he has written a chapter in handbook of non-invasive drug delivery systems, and has presented at over 50 national/international conference proceedings.

Dr. Ali has been the associate editor and an editorial board member of the Journal of Technology Management and Applied Engineering, the ASME Early Career Technical Journal, and Advances in Mechanical Engineering (journal), the journal of Manufacturing and Design Science, and the Journal of Management and Engineering Integration. Dr. Ali received numerous awards in his career, but he is most proud of the Outstanding Faculty Research Award 2019 of The University of Texas at Tyler, ATMAE Faculty Excellence Award in 2011 and the Epsilon Pi Tau Scholarship in 2018. His research interests includes bioengineered submicron and nanoparticle spectrometry, and application in manufacturing of pulmonary drug delivery devices and methodologies, aerosol electrostatics, and simulation of nano- and submicron-particle flow and deposition in the human and animal lungs

Positions

Present Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, University of Texas at Tyler University of Texas at TYler
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2013 - 2016 Program Coordinator, Industrial Systems and Technology and Program Coordinator of Manufacturing and Design, Jackson State University ‐ Manufacturing and Design
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2014 Affiliated Faculty, George Mason University ‐ School of Systems Biology
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2013 - 2014 Faculty Research Member, United States Naval Surface Warfare Division ‐ United States Navy
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2007 - 2013 Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator, Jackson State University
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2010 - 2011 Faculty Research Fellow, Tyndall Air Force Base ‐ United States Air Force
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2007 - 2007 Research Fellow, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
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2005 - 2007 Teaching Assistant, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
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2004 - 2004 Adjunct Professor, University of Arkansas at Little Rock ‐ Department of Mathematics and Statistics
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2004 - 2004 Assistant Professor, University of Information Technology and Sciences, Dhaka, Bangladesh ‐ Information Technology and Sciences
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2000 - 2001 Lab Administrator, Oklahoma City University
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1997 - 1999 Management Consultant, Institute of Water Modeling, Dhaka, Bangladesh
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1995 - 1997 Technical Advisor, Material and Metallurgy Engineering Company, Bangkok, Thailand
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Grants

2018 - Present Mechanistic Implications of Mouthpiece Design Geometry and Powder Mixture Homogeneities on Successful Generation of Aerosolized Submicron Particles from Respiratory Drug Delivery Devices
AP Healthcare
Role: PI
$5,000
2020 - 2022 Quantitative Measurement of Inhaled Ultrafine Particles by Fetal Mice using Multiple Path Particle Dosimetry
UT Tyler Office of Research and Scholarships
$7,195.00
2018 - 2018 Industrial Technology Summer Camp
Soules College of Business, The University of Texas at Tyler
$1,116
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Honors and Awards

  • Outstanding Faculty Research Award, Soules College of Business, The University of Texas at Tyler, 2019
  • US Navy Summer Faculty Fellowship Award, Office of Naval Research, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, Virginia, 2014
  • Best Faculty Award for Research , College of Science, Engineering and Technology, Jackson State University, Mississippi 2012
  • Faculty Excellence Award (FEA), Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), 2011
  • US Air Force Summer Faculty Fellowship Award, Air Force Research Laboratory, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, 2011
  • ASME Early Career Technical Conference Award, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 2010
  • Research Achievement Award, American Association of Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Scientists, 2008
  • NIEHS Fellowship Award , National Institute of Health - National Institute of Environmental Health and Sciences, 2007
  • Best Student Research Award, Arkansas Society for Public Health Education, 2007
  • Graduate Student Research Forum Award, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2006
  • Faculty Inductee, Alpha Epsilon Lambda, Engineering Professional Honor Society, 2006
  • United States National Collegiate Award, United States Achievement Academy, 2001
  • Graduate Inductee, Upsilon Pi Epsilon, Computing Professional Honor Society, 2001

Education

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2008 Ph. D., University of Arkansas at Little Rock ‐ Applied Sciences
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2001 M. S., Oklahoma City University ‐ Computer Science
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1995 M. B. A., Asian Institute of Technology
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1993 M.S., Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology ‐ Industrial and Production Engineering
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1992 B. S., Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology ‐ Mechanical Engineering
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Research Works (28)