• Associate Professor
  • Phone: 979-845-1417
  • FAX: 979-845-3081
  • Email: ssuh@tamu.edu
  • Office: MEOB 215
Steve Suh

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1997.
  • M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University, 1991.
  • B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Feng-Chia University, 1984.

Research Interests

  • Characterization and control of dynamic manufacturing instability; Engineering design theory; MEMS and NMEMS fabrication; High-performance microelectronic packaging; Dynamic system diagnostics and prognostics; Linear and nonlinear stress wave propagation; Laser ultrasonic thermometry.

Awards & Honors

  • Ford Fellow, TAMU, 2003-2004.
  • Nominee for TEES Select Young Faculty Award, 2002.
  • Member of Sigma Xi since 1996.
  • Member of ASME since 1989.
  • Member of SEM since 1991.

Selected Publications

  • Wu, X., Song, Z., Du, Y., Mao, E, and Suh, C.S., (2016) “Novel Time-Frequency PID Controller Design for Improved Anti-Interference Performance of A Solenoid Proportional Valve Controlled Hydraulic Cylinder,” Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering, under review as of 11-29-2016.
  • Wu, X., Ma, S., Du, Y., Mao, E, Song, Z., and Suh, C.S., (2016) “On The Design and Physical Validation of A Time-Frequency Controller,” Control Theory and Applications (in Chinese), accepted for publication as of 12-22-2016.
  • Branigan, Z. and Suh, C.S. (2016) “Power Density – An Alternative Approach to Quantifying Fatigue Failure,” International Journal of Fatigue, under review as of 11-1-2016.
  • Yang, Chun-Lin and Suh, C.S. (2016) “Impact of Coupling Strength on Reaching Network Consensus,” Journal of Applied Nonlinear Dynamics, accepted for publication as of 11-01-2016.
  • Wang, X. and Suh, C.S. (2016) “Time-Frequency Based Field Oriented Control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors,” ISA Transactions, under review as of 12-31-2016.