Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus - Engineering
Assistant Professor at Arizona State University
Dr. Mayyas is an Asst. Professor of Automotive Engineering at the college of Technology and Innovation at Arizona State University ASU-CTI. He is also on the graduate faculty for the Simulation, Modeling, and Applied Cognitive Science (SMACS) PhD program. Dr. Mayyas received his PhD in 2010 from Automotive Engineering Department at Clemson University-International Center for Automotive Research “CU-ICAR” with focus on thermal modeling and monitoring of on-board hybrid electric powertrains. After graduation Mayyas worked as a Post-Doctoral Scholar at CU-ICAR for two years with a focus on developing new testing strategies for on-board hybrid eclectic powertrains called “Vehicle Hardware In-the-Loop” VHiL. Mayyas led several funded projects by the US Army Automotive Research Center ARC and the Toyota Motor Corp. TMC. Dr. Mayyas’s work is well published in the Journals of Energy Research, and the International Journal of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles. Prior to joining Clemson University, Dr. Mayyas served as a senior automotive engineer at the transportation division of the Jordanian Police Department. During his work in Jordan, Mayyas conducted a research on occupant safety and developed several systems and modules to improve the Police fleet performance; one of his patented developments was awarded the best invention award. Mayyas is currently working on Model-Based Automotive System Integration including the add on of advanced hybrid electric power trains modules.