- Associate Professor, School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering, Ira A Fulton Schools of Engineering
Associate Professor Hessam Sarjoughian joined ASU in fall 2001. He is co-director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Modeling & Simulation (ACIMS). His research at ASU has been funded by NSF, Lockheed Martin, Intel, DISA, and Boeing. Sarjoughian’s professional experience has been with IBM and Honeywell.
Sarjoughian’s research focuses on modeling frameworks that support specification of composable and scaleable simulation and software models. His main areas of research are multi-formalism modeling, hybrid SW/HW system modeling, collaborative model development, distributed simulation and software design. His educational aim is to help M&S become a discipline.
- PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona, 1995
- MS, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona, 1988
- BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mississippi State University, 1984
Barton, C. M., I. I. Ullah, S. M. Bergin, H. Sarjoughian, G. R. Mayer, J. Bernabeu Auban, A. Heimsath, M. F. Acevedo, J. Riel-Salvatore and J. R. Arrowsmith. 2016. Experimental socioecology:Integrative science for anthropocene landscape dynamics. Anthropocene 13(Mar):34-45. DOI: 10.1016/j.ancene.2015.12.004. (link )
Sarjoughian, H., G. R. Meyer, I. Ullah and C. M. Barton. 2015. Managing hybrid model composition complexity: Human-environment simulation models. Pp. 107-134 In: Yilmaz, L. ed., Concepts and Methodologies for Modeling and Simulation: A Tribute to Tuncer Oren. Springer International Publishing Switzerland. ISBN: 978-3319150956.
Maciejewski, R., G. Mascaro, D. D. White, B. L. Ruddell, R. M. Aggarwal and H. Sarjoughian. 2016. Visual analytics for the food-water-energy nexus in the Phoenix active management area. Presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 14, 2016, San Francisco, CA.