George Mobus

Associate Professor

Institute of Technology,
Computer Science & Systems, Computer Engineering & Systems 
University of Washington, Tacoma 
(253) 692-5894


Home Page
Selected Publications
Adaptive Agents Lab

My textbook, (with co-author Michael Kalton) Principles of Systems Science, Springer (Nov. 2014), is now available for ordering.

YouTube Video

My personal blog,
Question Everything

James Howard Kunstler Podcast Interview

Financial Sense Podcast Interview

A must-see tutorial on Critical Thinking at YouTube

See a demo of my robotics class
Requires iTunes player, or Quicktime.

My presentation on Biophysical Economics at the, Pacific Science Center, Science Cafe in Tacoma

Welcome to my Web Site

This site has several purposes. The primary one is to provide a support center for my students. I have links to course sites and other resources from the Academics page in the menu to the left. Another purpose is to disseminate information on my research interests. My primary interests are in the area of General Systems Science. My textbook, “Principles of Systems Science”, with co-author Michael Kalton, (Springer, Nov. 2014) is available for ordering. This interest is an umbrella for a number of subsidiary project in which I am involved regarding:

I hope you find something of interest or use here. If I can answer any questions please feel free to e-mail me at the above address.

[NOTE TO PROSPECTIVE GRAD STUDENTS: This will be my last year teaching full time at UWT. I will be retiring at the end of summer 2016. I will retain a relationship with the University and teach in a part-time capacity. However I will not be able to take on any new graduate students for thesis work. If you are interested in my projects and wish to work on some aspect of them, I can align you with one of our full-time graduate faculty members who could act as your advisor.]