Title: Assistant Prof. Dr.Position: Academic StaffDepartment: Management Information SystemsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: (216) 578 3776Office: TBF-204AAkademikResumeResearch Interests Primarily development and validation of unified material models incorporating thermomechanical and degradation behavior, especially with a view towards enhancing the reliability of electronic systems; and by extension, issues related to computer modeling for complex systems as well as the broader impact of information technology which in turn can affect education and research. Biography B.Tech.: Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. MS: Mechanical Engineering, specializing in Engineering Design, State University of New York, Binghamton. Ph.D.: Engineering Mechanics, with a minor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson. Ph.D. Qualifiers: CALCE, University of Maryland. Courses GivenIntroduction to Computing and Information ProcessingStructural ProgrammingAdvanced Web Design PublicationsPapers Dube, S., Dube, M. & Turan, A. "Information technology in Turkey: Creating high-skill jobs along with more unemployed highly-educated workers?" Telecommunications Policy 39(10), November 2015, pp 811-829. Dube, M., and Dube, S., "Criticality of Robustness Checks for Complex Simulations and Modeling", Information - An International Interdisciplinary Journal, v. 16 no. 11, November 2013, pp 7917 - 7940. Dube, M., and Kundu, T., "Closure to "Discussion of 'Yield Function for Solder Elastoviscoplastic Modeling'"" (5 pages), ASME Journal of Electronic Packaging, v133 no. 4, December, 2011. Dube, S., and Dube, M., Case Study and Teaching Note: "If You Can't Beat Them, Join Them?" 2010, Ivey Publishing/ Harvard Business Review. Dube, M., and Kundu, T., "Yield Function for Elastoviscoplastic Solder Modeling", ASME Journal of Electronic Packaging, v. 127 no. 2, June 2005, pp. 147- 156. Desai, C., Wang, Z., and Dube, M., "New Thermomechanical Device and Testing Towards Modeling of Joining Materials", Proceedings of IPAC'01, Kauai, Hawaii, July 8 - 13, 2001. Pecht, M., Dube, M., Natishan. M., (CALCE) and Williams, R. Banner, I. Knowles (UK-MoD), "Evaluation of Built-in Test", IEEE Trans. Aerospace and Electronics Systems, vol. 37, no 1, Jan. 2001, pp. 266 - 271. Dishongh, T.J., Dube, M., Pecht. M., and Wyler, J., "Failure Analysis of Liquid Crystal Displays Due to Indium Tin Oxide Breakdown", ASME, Vol. 121, June 1999 Williams, R., Banner, J., Knowles, I., (UK-MoD) and Dube, M., Natishan, M., Pecht, M., (CALCE) "An Investigation of 'Cannot Duplicate' Failures", Qual. Reliab. Engng. Intl, no. 14, 1998, pp. 331 - 337. Dube, M., Dishongh, T.J., Beatty, K., and Pecht, M., " Rapid In-Situ Temperature Measurements of PQFPs During Infrared Reflow", Circuit World, 1998. Dube, M., "Implications of Cannot Duplicate", MFPT Conference, Virginia Beach, VA, March 30 - April 13, 1998. Natishan, M., and Dube, M., "Health Monitoring of Electronics Systems", Proc. Predictive Technology Symp, Alexandria, VA, Nov 6-7, 1997. Dube, M., and Sahay, C., "Uniform Entry Flow for Low Reynolds Numbers", ASME Winter Annual Conference and Exposition, Atlanta GA, Nov. 17 - 22, 1996. Books Dube, S. and Dube, M. (forthcoming). "Basics First”, John Hunt Publishing. Dube, S., and Dube, M. (forthcoming). "Importance of Interdepartmental Control and Potential Pitfalls", Case Study for Chapter 20, Performance Management of Contemporary Management, Charles Wankel, Ed., Palgrave Macmillan.