Dr. César Malavé is dean and professor in the 化学工程 Program at Texas A&M University at Qatar. He was previously professor and department head of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University and holder of the Sugar and Mike Barnes Department Head Chair. Under his leadership the department recruited a number of new faculty at both the junior and senior levels, developed a new advanced manufacturing initiative, and launched major initiatives to revamp the undergraduate curriculum and graduate program. His major career accomplishments are in the areas of manufacturing systems analysis; engineering education innovation, and diversity development for engineering faculty and undergraduate student programs. He has been the principal investigator (PI) or coprincipal investigator (Co-PI) of more than $35 million in sponsored research and academic projects.
malavé是工程教育学会（ASEE），在运筹和管理科学（INFORMS），工业和系统工程师协会（IISE），他在那里的工业工程学术部门领导理事会担任美国社会的一员（cieadh），是过去iserc监督小组委员会的主席。他还担任着工程教育中的应用和实践期刊的编委，是最近出版的新书，全球工程的合着者 - 设计，决策和交流。
Malavé earned a B.S. in chemical engineering and an M.S. in operations research from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Ph.D. in industrial engineering from the University of South Florida. He joined the industrial engineering faculty at Texas A&M in 1987.
Malavé is recognized internationally for his contributions to engineering education. His work was the result of a 10-year NSF-funded Foundation Coalition Grant to revamp engineering education. As lead PI for Texas A&M, Malavé coordinated all activities related to curricula development, implementation, and outcomes assessment across partner sites. He disseminated this educational model through workshops in the United States and many countries.
Malavé’s commitment to diversity, promoting a bias- and discrimination-free environment, and providing a university experience rich in diverse perspectives and varied opportunities for all is indisputable. Specifically, as chief of diversity for the College of Engineering at Texas A&M, Malavé led multidisciplinary efforts to develop and implement underrepresented high school recruiting, summer bridge programs, and faculty and staff programs to promote diversity in hiring, retention, and promotion. In 2013 he received the Texas A&M Faculty Diversity Award.
Malavé has served in a variety of administrative positions for the College of Engineering at Texas A&M, including assistant dean for international programs, associate dean for recruitment and international programs, associate dean of engineering and associate agency director of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES). As associate dean for engineering, he was responsible for all international collaborations and undergraduate recruitment programs. As TEES assistant agency director, he was responsible for providing leadership to the Office of Strategic 研究 Development, the Office of Engineering Safety and the overall coordination of the TEES regional divisions.