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Integer announcesIman Salehi, Ph.D., has joined our team as an Autonomy Engineer




In this role, Dr. Salehi will provide operational and technical subject matter expertise for projects involving robotics, autonomous systems, and advanced control of uncrewed maritime vehicles. He’ll be working closely with Louisiana State University from our Baton Rouge office. 


Before joining the Integer team, Dr. Salehi served as a Graduate Fellow at the UTC Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering at the University of Connecticut (UConn). He has authored and co-authored over 20 technical papers and 3 book chapters. He was a co-recipient of the 2020 IFAC Applications Paper Award Finalist and was honored with the 2020 IEEE L-CSS Outstanding Reviewer Award, highlighting his commitment to advancing knowledge and addressing real-world engineering challenges.


Dr. Salehi’s educational background includes a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Hartford and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from UConn, with a focus on Information, Systems, and Control, particularly in robotics applications. Dr. Salehi actively contributes to the academic community as a member of IEEE and serves as a reviewer for renowned conferences and journals. These include various IEEE Transactions, such as Robotics (T-RO); Automatic Control (TACON); Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI); IEEE Robotics and Automation Letter (RA-L); as well as Wiley International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control; and the American Control Conference (ACC).


“Upon graduation, I made the decision to transition from academia to the dynamic environment of Integer Technologies,” said Dr. Salehi. “Here, surrounded by brilliant minds passionate about science and engineering, I am part of a relentless pursuit of cutting-edge technologies, collaborating with industry leaders and academia. Integer Technologies isn’t just a company; it’s a platform for growth and opportunity. That is precisely why I chose to work here — to connect with like-minded professionals from academia and industry.”


When not working on robotics applications, Dr. Salehi enjoys swimming, watching movies, reading books, hiking, and traveling back to Connecticut to spend time with his family.

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Salehi to the team!

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