Dr. Majed Alsarheed has over 20 years of industrial and academic experiences including the start-up and operation of two U.S. companies and one manufacturing facility in Kuwait. Prior to joining the Australian College of Kuwait, Dr. Alsarheed worked for several major Aerospace companies in the United States, leveraging his substantial experience in project management as well as design and development of aircraft equipment. Through his significant background in design and analysis, Dr. Alsarheed has managed multi-million dollar projects from conception to delivery.
Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering, Lehigh University, PA, USA.
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA.
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Widener University, PA, USA.
Executive Leadership Training, Cornell University, NY, USA.
Entrepreneurship Training, Kuwait Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Kuwait.
Teaching Assistant for the Entrepreneurship Program at Lehigh University from January 2007 – January 2009.
Designed and developed a polymer melt modulation device to enhance injection molding products manufacturing (patent pending).
Designed and developed a modular mold assembly, which reduced set-up time significantly.
Designed anchor cables and support arms for the newly designed Airbus Military A400M Retrieval Winch System. The design
enables paratroopers to safely deplane aircraft through the use of static lines and also supports cargo delivery.
Designed oil debris monitoring and collection systems (i.e. chip detectors, chip collector, sight gauges, and high-temperature oil level sensors) used on a wide range of fixed wings (Boeing 777, AC-130, etc.) and helicopters to provide maximum capture efficiency of oil debris in the turbo-jet engine gearbox.