Farrokh Mistree

Farrokh Mistree

Farrokh Mistree

Professor at the University of Oklahoma

Farrokh’s passion is to have fun in providing an opportunity for highly motivated and talented people to learn how to define and achieve their dreams.

Farrokh’s current research focus is model-based realization of complex systems by managing uncertainty and complexity. The key question he is investigating is what are the principles underlying rapid and robust concept exploration when the analysis models are incomplete and possibly inaccurate? His quest for answers to the key question are anchored in three projects, namely, 
Integrated Realization of Robust, Resilient, Flexible and Controllable Networks
Integrated Realization of Engineered Materials, Products and Associated Manufacturing Processes (ICME)
Managing Organized and Disorganized Complexity: Exploration of the Solution Space 

His current education focus is on creating and implementing, in partnership with industry, a curriculum for educating strategic engineers—those who have developed the competencies to create value through the realization of complex engineered systems.

Farrokh co-directs the Systems Realization Laboratory @ OU with Professor Janet K. Allen (Industrial and Systems Engineering). 

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