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Daniel W. Engels received his B.S. from the University at Buffalo, his M.S. from the University of California, Berkeley, and his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology all in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. His master's thesis is in the area of computer-aided design for electronic systems, and his doctoral thesis is in the field of theoretical computer science. Dr. Engels joined the Auto-ID Center after obtaining his doctoral degree. Dr. Engels' research interests include scheduling theory and applications, real-time system design, distributed and mobile computing, and computeraided design for embedded systems.
Innovation in Manufacturing and Distribution Systems (Part Three)
as author at MIT World Series: New Medicines: Can Innovation and Safety Coexist?,
together with: Charles Cooney, Mark R. Bamforth, Abbot Weiss, Peter Walsh,