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THOMAS L. LANDERS, Ph.D., P.E., C.P.I.M.

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RESEARCH

Research Program Leader, Manufacturing and Information Systems, Material Handling Research Center ($13,500), 1993.

Faculty Advisor, Material Handling Institute Integrated Systems and Controls Council & Thompkins Associates Honor Scholarship granted to sponsored graduate student ($4,500), 1993.

Faculty Advisor, Material Handling Institute Stanley-Vidmar Honor Scholarship granted to sponsored graduate student ($1,500), 1993.

Principal Investigator, "Flexible Feeder Process for Repetitive Mixed Model Assembly," funded by Material Handling Research Center ($15,466), 1993.

Principal Investigator, "Integration of Engineered Storage Areas in High-Mix Manufacturing," funded by the Material Handling Research Center ($76,596), 1993.

Principal Investigator, "Interdisciplinary Engineering Program in Electronics Manufacturing," funded by the AT&T Foundation, Manufacturing Technologies Grants Program ($190,000), 1992.

Co-Principal Investigator, "Startup Funding for A Multi-University Material Handling Research Center," funded by National Science Foundation ($250,000), 1992.

Principal Investigator, "Integrated CAD Approach for Conveyor System Design and Development," funded by the National Science Foundation ($10,000), 1992.

Principal Investigator, "Analysis of the Warehouse Layout Problem for an Electronics Assembly Environment," funded by the Material Handling Research Center ($133,787), 1992.

Faculty Advisor, Material Handling Institute Richard Dilling Memorial Scholarship granted to sponsored graduate student ($3,000), 1992.

Principal Investigator, AT&T grant of 6386 Unix server for use in project ($5,000), 1992.

Principal Investigator, Hytrol Conveyor Company grant of QS-1, high-speed sortation conveyor ($34,000), 1992.

Principal Investigator, AT&T grant of 6386 microcomputers for host controllers and CAD platforms in Material Handling Laboratory and Manufacturing Automation Laboratory ($9,000), 1992.

Principal Investigator, Hytrol Conveyor Company grant of tote flow rack for the Material Handling Laboratory ($1,000), 1991.

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