PHYO HTET HEIN
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Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology Dec-2018 Dissertation: Computational Support for Predicting Requirement Change Volatility in Complex System Design Doctoral Graduate Research Assistant Tuition Scholarship (DGRATS): ~ 95,000 USD M.S in Mechanical Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology Dec-2015 Thesis: Predicting Requirement Change Propagation through Physical and Functional Domains Funded Tuition and Stipend: ~ 55,000 USD
B.S in Mechanical Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology May-2013 Merit-based Academic Scholarship: ~ 99,000 USD (Cum Laude: GPA 3.46)
• Software & Computing Tools: C++, Java, MATLAB, Python, R, Minitab, SPSS, SAS, Microsoft Office Tools, Arena, Dynacam, Gephi, Ansys, PTC Creo (Pro/Engineer), SolidWorks, LabVIEW, Interactive Heat Transfer.
• Engineering Skills: Optimization, Statistical Data Analysis, Machine Learning, Cost & Risk Analysis, Discrete Event Simulation, Flow Layout Optimization, Requirements Analysis, Engineering Change Management, Product Design & Development, 3D Solid Modeling, Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Design for Manufacturing/Assembly (DFM/DFA), Statistical Process Control (SPC), Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA), Quality Function Deployment (QFD), Dynamic/Robotic Systems, Research, Teaching.
• Languages: English (Fluent/Native), Myanmar/Burmese (Fluent/Native), Chinese (Intermediate).
• Other: Oral/Written Communication, Teamwork, Decision Making, Project/Data Management, Multitasking, Dependability, Self-Starter, Ability to Relocate, Travel, and Work with Urgency/Deadlines/Minimal Supervision, Willingness to Learn Related Domain Knowledge.
1. Research Associate, Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne, FL: 2013-2018)
(a) Research Engineer: Systems Research on Intelligent Design and Engineering (STRIDE) Lab
• Led principal investigator’s team for National Science Foundation (NSF) research project that explored prediction computational models for engineering change propagation and requirement change volatility using computational methods such as regression analyses, artificial neural networks, and machine learning algorithms through parallel computing tools, natural language processing tools, network analysis & visualization tools, and data analysis tools in R, Python, Java, MATLAB, etc.
• Managed lab activities and logistics to uphold lab missions.
• Mentored incoming graduate students with research methods and teaching assignments.
• Maintained and upgraded lab computers, equipment, and software.
• Performed personal projects and advised (led) team projects in: Decision & risk analysis: Linear and nonlinear multiobjective optimization and cost & risk analysis of suspension rocker manufacturing process.
Optimization: Linear programming for maximum profit of bone graft products. Statistical analysis: Regression statistic model for automobile fuel economy prediction. System modeling: Parametric analysis of discrete event simulation of airport passenger flow. Complex networks: Analysis of automotive brands market dynamic using complex network metrics. Customer/system requirements analysis: Requirement elicitation for requirement management tool. Advanced manufacturing: Manufacturing/machining process design for student race car suspension rocker.
Computer aided design/finite element analysis: Automobile aluminum alloy wheel. Solid modeling: PTC Creo (Pro/Engineer) model of Menzi Muck A91 excavator model. Structural dynamics: Vibration analysis of beam assembly. Instrumentation systems: Sensor control, motor control, system identification. Dynamic systems simulation: Quarter car suspension model, lumped capacitance heat transfer model of motorcycle engine, modeling occupant response in rear end automobile collisions. Thermal/HVAC system design: Fully-operational cooling tower for heat transfer lab. Senior design: Office of Naval Research (ONR) sponsored remotely controlled underwater ship hull cleaning robotic vehicle.
(b) Teaching Assistant: Mechanical Senior Design, Intro to Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Practicum
• Advised industry sponsored student design teams, designed course manuals, and organized resources.
• Delivered lectures on systemic design tools and methods to class sizes of more than 170 students.
• Instructed software tools such as PTC Creo (Pro/Engineer), MATLAB, LabVIEW, and Ansys Fluent.
(c) Grading Assistant: Design Methodology, Mechanical Vibrations, Design of Machine Elements, Fluid Mechanics
• Advised student design teams, proctored exams, organized resources, and graded assignments and evaluations.
2. Peer Educator at American Center, United States Embassy (Yangon, Myanmar: 2008 – 2009)
• Instructed English 4 skills to Myanmar Students.
• Coached and mentored new tutors.
• Managed computer labs and self-access learning centers. 3. Science Instructor, Wynn Educational Services (Yangon, Myanmar: 2007-2008)
• Instructed math, physics, and chemistry for National Level Matriculation Examination.
• Trained and mentored new tutors.
• Managed a group of 20 tutors, scheduled monthly duty rosters, and proctored exams.
1. Hein, P.H., Menon, V., and Morkos, B., Exploring Requirement Change Propagation Through the Physical and Functional Domain, ASME 2015 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Boston, MA, DETC2015-47756. 2. Hein, P.H., Morkos, B., and Sen, C., Utilizing Node Interference Method and Complex Network Centrality Metrics to Explore Requirement Change Propagation, ASME 2017 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Cleveland, OH, DETC2017-67930. 3. Hein, P.H., Voris, N., Dai, J., and Morkos, B., Identifying Failure Modes and Effects through Design for Assembly Analysis, ASME 2018 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, DETC2018-86314.
1. Hein, P.H., Voris, N., Morkos, B., Predicting Requirement Change Propagation through Investigation of Physical and Functional Domains, Research in Engineering Design, DOI: 10.1007/s00163-017-0271-6. 2. Hein, P.H., Morkos, B., Investigation of Requirement Change Propagation using Complex Network Metrics and Network Interference Method, Submitted.
3. Hein, P.H., Kames, E., Morkos, B., Computational Support for Predicting Requirement Change Volatility using Complex Network Metrics, Submitted.
4. Hein, P.H., Kames, E., Morkos, B., Exploring Artificial Neural Networks and Complex Network Metrics to Predict Requirement Change Volatility, Submitted.
5. Hein, P.H., Morkos, B., Employing Machine Learning Techniques to Assess Requirement Change Volatility, Submitted.
6. Menon, V., Hein, P.H., and Morkos, B., Application of Complex Network Metrics to Support Computational Reasoning of Requirement Change Propagation in Complex System Design, Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering, In Preparation.
POSTER & RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS
1. 2017 ASME/NSF Design Essay Award & Poster: Integrating Data Intelligence in Product Development. 2. 2016 ASME IDETC/CIE Graduate Research Poster Award: Measuring Requirement Volatility through Graph Theoretic Metrics.
3. 2015 ASME/NSF Design Essay Award & Poster: Next Generation Product Design Development Tool Utilizing Social Media Data – An Intelligent Tool for Design Automation. 4. 2015 ASME IDETC/CIE Graduate Research Poster Award: Enhancing Requirement Change Propagation Tool through Physical and Functional Domains.
HONORS, AWARDS, AND ORGANIZATIONS
• Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society
• Pi Tau Sigma National Mechanical Engineering Honor Society
• Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society
• American Society of Mechanical Engineers
• Campus Service Award & Student Service Award (2012-2013, Florida Tech)
• Excellence Award (2012, Int’l Student Service Organization, Florida Tech)
• Rising Star Award (2011, Int’l Student Service Organization, Florida Tech)
• Distinguished Student Scholar Award (2007, American Center, Embassy of the United States-Burma)
(1) Beshoy Morkos, Ph.D.
Florida Institute of Technology
(2) Chiradeep Sen, Ph.D.
Florida Institute of Technology
(3) Emmanuel Cherian, BS., MS., Mech Engr.
Environmental Test Engineer
Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane
(4) Varun Menon, BS., MS., Mech Engr.