Gregory Mocko

Associate Professor
School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering

Greg teaches courses in engineering informatics and data modeling, product life-cycle management, and kinematics and machine design. He is the coordinator of the Mechanical Engineering Capstone Design Program. His research interests include model-based systems engineering, modeling & simulation, artificial intelligence in engineering design, ontology development, concept development and creativity, and advanced manufacturing processes.  He has published over 70 peer-reviewed articles. He is a member of ASME, ASEE, and the Design Society (DS).


Professional Preparation

Georgia Institute of Technology, Ph.D. 2006
Mechanical Engineering       
Dissertation: A Knowledge Framework for Integrating Multiple Perspectives in Decision-Centric Design

Oregon State University, MS 2001                 
Mechanical Engineering
Thesis: Incorporating uncertainty into diagnostic analysis of mechanical systems    

University of Connecticut     
Mechanical Engineering, BS 1999
Material Science, BS 1999


2012-present  Associate Professor, Clemson University

2006-2012     Assistant Professor, Clemson University

2001-2006     Graduate Research Assistant, Georgia Tech

2001-2006     Graduate Research Assistant, Georgia Tech

2002          Engineering Trainee, NIST

1999-2001     Graduate Research Assistant, Oregon State University

Awards and Honors
2012 ASME CIE Young Investigator Award
2005 Georgia Tech Frederick Storey Faculty of the Future Fellow
2005 ASME Computer and Information in Engineering (CIE) Robert E. Fulton EIM Best Paper Award