Post Graduate Study, University of Cincinnati, 1985 Major: Mechanical Engineering Completed all required course work toward obtaining a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering with emphasis in Noise and Vibration. MSME, University of Cincinnati, 1984, cum laude Major: Mechanical Engineering, Noise and Vibration BSME, Michigan Technological University, 1982 Major: Mechanical Engineering, Noise and Vibration
Applied Statistics and data analysis
Certified Black Belt in Design for Six Sigma - 2012 Certified Green Belt in Design for Six Sigma - 2012
Professional Affiliations / Memberships
Mathematical Association of America (2008 – Present) Society of Automotive Engineers (1980 - Present) Society of Mechanical Engineers (1990 – Present) American Society for Testing and Materials (2008 –Present) National Association of Professional Accident Reconstruction Specialist, Inc. (2010 – Present)
Publications / Presentations
Structural performance of Tailor Welded Sheet Steels, SAE publication 950376, 1995 Kinetic Dummy Head Development, General Motors Corporation, 1997.
Awards / Honors
General Motors President’s Council Honors. (1996) General Motors Award of Excellence. (1996)
Hamed Sadrnia is an adjunct assistant professor at Walsh College. He has been teaching graduate and undergraduate Quantitative methods at Walsh College since 1992. He has a Master and Bachelor degrees in mechanical engineering and he has been working for General Motors in various capacities since 1985. He is a member of various professional societies such as SAE and he is certified six sigma black belt.
Last updated: October 2014