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Clinical Associate Professor, Industrial, Manufacturing, and Systems Engineering (IMSE)

Dr. Mondragon has been working as a Sr. consultant guiding companies in their implementations of quality models such as CMMI, PSP, TSP and AIM. Dr. Mondragon is a certified Intro to CMMI instructor, PSP Instructor and TSP coach. Dr. Mondragon facilitates process improvement projects and develops skills in project management, project monitoring, risk management, supplier management, requirements engineering, configuration management, measurement and analysis, design, testing, process and product quality assurance, verification and validation, process definition, process performance, and quantitative project management. He coaches self-management teams, develops team building skills, develops defect removal skills for individuals and teams, carry gap analysis and prepares Engineering Process Groups. He is a core committee member for the IEEE CSDP certification and an IEEE sr. member.

Dr. Mondragon is a faculty member in the IMSE department at the College of Engineering. He is the director of the online SE Master’s Program. He has published conference papers and journals in formal requirements’ specification, requirements verification, property specification patterns, requirements modeling, process improvement, SEI Accelerated improvement method, and TSP for services.

Dr. Mondragon research interest is formal specification, verification & validation, requirements engineering, process improvements in small settings, and adapting TSP for system engineering and service systems.

KEYWORDS

  1. Formal Methods
  2. Process Improvement
  3. Process Performance Models
  4. Quality assurance
  5. Requirements engineering
  6. Self-managed teams

UTEP STRATEGIC AREAS

  1. Health & Biomedical Sciences and Engineering
  2. Cross-cutting: Cyberinfrastructure and Collaborative Environments