Paul M Swamidass
|dept:||Department of Systems and Technology|
At Auburn since 1992
- PhD, (Business) University of Washington - Seattle, USA
- BE (Mech. Engineering), Osmania University, India
- MBA, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, USA
Dr. Paul Swamidass, Professor, was the former Director of Thomas Walter Center for
Technology Management at Auburn University (2005-2014), and its flagship Business-Engineering-Technology
Program for engineering and business students.
Recent book: ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP FROM IDEA TO BUSINESS PLAN: A guide for innovative engineers and scientists, Cambridge University Press, 2016 (Click here to read more about the book).
CLICK HERE FOR BOOK REVIEW published in Technology and Innovation.
For fifteen years, he taught inventing, patenting, and business plan development to engineering and business students using the contents of the above book. He is also author/editor of Innovations in Competitive Manufacturing, AMACOM Books, NY, 2002; Encyclopedia of Production and Manufacturing Management, Kluwer Academic Publishing, Boston , 2000; Cross-Functional Management of Technology: Cases and Readings, Irwin publishers, Chicago, 1996. Dr. Swamidass has published over 100 items including scholarly papers, articles, proceedings, and book chapters on innovation, invention, technology commercialization, and manufacturing management. He was granted four US patents and one Canadian patent.