Dr. Paul Aiken

Dr. Paul Aiken – Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mona-Tech Engineering Services Ltd

Dr. Paul Aiken is an alumnus of The UWI, Mona Campus where he received his BSc and MPhil in Physics. He continued his academic journey at Columbia University, New York where he earned his MSc and a PhD in Electrical Engineering. Over the past 30 years, Dr. Aiken has held several engineering positions in Jamaica and the USA, including being a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) engineer both at The UWI and Columbia University. He served as a Senior R&D and Test Engineer at Intel Corporation where he led international teams of engineers on many high level projects; namely, designing factory ready equipment for testing Intel’s latest microprocessors and developing practical solutions for solving high speed signal and power integrity issues.

Dr. Aiken re-joined The UWI in 2006, where he served as a Senior Engineer and head of Electronics Unit, and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physics in 2007. He was appointed in the capacity of an Associate Dean in the Faculty of Science and Technology in 2011 and later as a Deputy Dean in 2012. In 2013, Dr. Aiken was appointed as Director of the former Mona School of Engineering, which was founded and implemented in Sept 2013 under his stewardship. In November 2014, Dr. Aiken founded and was Managing Director for the Mona-Tech Engineering Services Limited (M-Tech), the commercial arm of the former Mona School of Engineering. In 2018 Dr. Aiken spearheaded the development and implementation of The UWI Mona, Faculty of Engineering and was appointed as Dean of the Faculty in August 2018. He led the process of receiving ABET International accreditation for the BSc Electronics Engineering programme at UWI, Mona. He still maintains his teaching and research duties in the areas of electronics and biomedical engineering. On September 1, 2019, Dr Aiken was appointed CEO of Mona-Tech Engineering Services Ltd.

Dr. Aiken is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He also served as a member of the continuing education committee of the Professional Engineers Registration Board (PERB) and the engineering accreditation committee of the University Council of Jamaica (UCJ). He is a registered Professional Engineer.

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