Phyo Htet Hein
Ph.D. Graduate Student
BS., MS. Mechanical Engineering
SysTems Research on Intelligent Design and Engineering (STRIDE) Lab
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Florida Institute of Technology
150 W University Blvd, Box 6312
Melbourne, FL 32901
Personal Blog: www.phyohhein.me
I graduated from Florida Institute of Technology with Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2013. My master's coursework emphasized in dynamic systems and research emphasized in engineering design, specifically on engineering change management through the utility of requirements in predicting and managing requirement changes. My Ph.D. coursework focuses on design and manufacturing with research emphasis on developing computational support for change propagation prediction using complex networks and machine learning data mining techniques. My research interests expand to product design and development, manufacturing, computational reasoning for complex systems, systems modeling and simulation, optimization, and data analysis. I am currently working as a Teaching and Research Assistant under supervision of Dr. Beshoy Morkos in SysTems Research on Intelligent Design and Engineering (STRIDE) lab at Florida Tech.
My Latest Research
I am currently working on the NSF grant project awarded to my academic advisor, Dr. Beshoy Morkos, for my Ph.D. research.It is a collaborative research between Florida Institute of Technology and Clemson University to explore the evolution of design requirements throughout the design process utilizing network models.
Dissertation: Computational Support for Measuring of Requirement Change Volatility in Complex System Design. In Preparation.
Master Thesis: Predicting Requirement Change Propagation through Investigation of Physical and Functional Domains
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., and Morkos, B., Identifying Failure Modes and Effects through Design for Assembly Analysis, ASME 2017 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Quebec City, 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, In Preparation.
5. 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.
Awards and Posters
1. 2015 ASME/NSF Design Essay Award & Poster: Next Generation Product Design Development Tool Utilizing Social Media Data – An Intelligent Tool for Design Automation. (page 8)
2. 2017 ASME/NSF Design Essay Award & Poster: Integrating Data Intelligence in Product Development.
3. 2015 ASME IDETC/CIE Graduate Research Poster Award: Enhancing Requirement Change Propagation Tool through Physical and Functional Domains.
4. 2016 ASME IDETC/CIE Graduate Research Poster Award: Measuring Requirement Volatility through Graph Theoretic Metrics (page 12) .
MAE 4193: Senior Design 1 Lab
MAE 1202: Aerospace Practicum
MAE 1024: Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
MAE 4190: Design Methodologies and Practice
MAE 4024: Mechanical Vibrations
MAE 3161: Fluid Mechanics
MAE 3090: Design of Machine Elements