I am looking for survey-books on open math (esp. probability) problems from engineering fields but phrased in mathematical language.

There are hundreds of specialized math-engineering books out there, but I haven't found an introductory survey of math-engineering problems.

Given the diversity of problems in engineering, feel free to post survey books of specific engineering fields eg. "survey of math problems in civil engineering".

The main fields are: chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and systems engineering. So a survey book from each, will be nice.

One excellent related post is Computer Science for Mathematicians .

Thank you

PS Even though engineering is diverse, there are certain mathematical problems that keep repeating such as removing noise, estimating integrals etc. This is the kind of list I had in mind.

Math people are usually far removed from engineering problems so at least having a sense of the themes will be highly beneficial to both math and engineering.

If there is no such survey, then at least list of big open math problems from various engineering fields is good enough. Mathoverflow is a great place to have this list since many people visit it and can add their suggestions. Who knows maybe someone will get inspired to compile a list of the themes in mathematical-engineering problems.