Professor and Coordinator, Quality Assurance Manufcaturing and Managemnt
Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Mozammel Khan graduated with a Ph. D. degree in 1979 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
After finishing his formal education, he worked in Universities in Iraq, Kuwait and Singapore for 15 years as Professor and Research Scientist before moving to Canada in 1994. One of his research inventions has been patented by NASA. The invention has been specially published in a Harvard University journal. The Windmill he designed is being manufactured by Japan Wind Power Company of Tokyo.
After joining Sheridan Institute of Technology, he created a new post-graduate Program by the name of Quality Assurance Manufacturing and Management in 1998, the first such Program in the province of Ontario, Canada. The Quality Assurance – Manufacturing and Management program provides relevant industrial experience within the academic environment through industry-related projects, experimentation, classroom lecture and demonstrations, which fosters creativity and innovation. The program prepares students to apply theoretical and practical concepts in most aspects of quality toward professional careers that make significant contributions to supporting both manufacturing and service industries in solving complex quality related problems, monitoring quality of both products and systems, carrying out applied research and development activities for systems in a wide variety of industrial, aerospace, and government organizations.
Due to exemplary successes of the graduates of this program, a book by the name of “Transforming Lives at Sheridan: A Tribute to Dr. Mozammel Khan” containing the feedbacks of its graduates, a few Sheridan dignitaries and leaders of the American Society for Quality (ASQ) in Canada.
He is a senior member of ASQ.
Tuesday, May 21
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM