Consulting Professor Paul Mitiguy
|Teaching at Stanford||Software Consulting Training Textbooks|
|Dynamic Systems (ME161/ME261)||MotionGenesis|
|Graduate dynamics (AA242A/ME331A)||Working Model/Interactive Physics|
|Advanced Dynamics & Simulation (ME331B)||Consulting|
|Undergraduate Dynamics (E15)||Training|
|Undergraduate Statics (E14)||Textbooks|
From Milton Massachusetts, Paul completed his bachelor's degree at Tufts University and
his M.S. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University under Thomas Kane.
After working at M.I.T. Lincoln Laboratory and NASA Ames,
Paul developed professional and educational motion simulation software including
Working Model 2D/3D/4D,
and the symbolic manipulators Autolev and
Paul enjoys programming in various languages, e.g., C++, Java, Fortran, and Matlab.
Paul has been a consulting editor for McGraw-Hill, a consultant for the NIH Simbios National Center for Biomedical Computation, consulting VP for Design Simulation Technology, and a motion consultant for software, biotechnology, energy, robotics, automotive, aerospace, and litigation companies.
Paul is a Senior Consulting Professor at Stanford where he teaches, writes textbooks, and does research in mechanics, dynamic systems, advanced dynamics, and biosimulation. Paul trains professional engineers as well as college/HS physics and engineering instructors and is active in ASME, ASEE, NSTA, and AAPT.
Paul is passionate about the impact of education and technology on society,
with better training and wisdom,
the next generation will surmount successes in an information age
and tackle problems essential to our survival.