Alice M. Agogino

Title
Elizabeth Hughes Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Department
Dept of Mechanical Engineering
Haas School of Business
Phone
(510) 666-3704; 643-5316
Research Expertise and Interest
disaster robots, space robots, intelligent learning systems, information retrieval, Intelligent learning systems; information retrieval and data mining, multiobjective optimal design, multiobjective and strategic product design, nonlinear optimization, Intelligent learning systems; information retrieval and data mining; multiobjective and strategic product design; nonlinear optimization; probabilistic modeling; intelligent control and manufacturing; sensor validation, fusion and diagnostics, wireless sensor networks, multimedia and computer-aided design, design databases, design theory and methods, MEMS Synthesis and CAD, artificial intelligence and decision systems, artificial intelligence, fusion and diagnostics, wireless sensor networks, multimedia and computer-aided design, design databases, design theory and methods, MEMS Synthesis and CAD, artificial intelligence and decision
Research Description

She is interested in New product development, computer-aided design and design databases, design theory and methods, intelligent learning systems, information retrieval and data mining, multiobjective and strategic product design, nonlinear optimization, probabilistic modeling, intelligent control and manufacturing, multimedia, graphics, multimedia and artificial intelligence and decision and expert systems.

In the News

July 1, 2012

Key to good design? Start with the end user

An engineer working on a project to improve parks would do well to visit a nearby park to get “a fuller context of what visitors experience,” says mechanical engineering grad student Lora Oehlberg. Oehlberg instructs classes at Berkeley known as the human-centered design course thread, looking at incorporating the needs of the end user into the engineering of goods, products or services.