THOMAS L. LANDERS, Ph.D., P.E., C.P.I.M.
Principal Investigator, Task Technologies educational discount negotiated for Omnicards software for circuit board CAD/CAM ($28,400), 1990.
Principal Investigator, AT&T grant of 6386 microcomputers for networking of laboratories ($10,000), 1990.
Principal Investigator, Accu-Sort grant of bar-code equipment for laboratories ($20,000), 1990.
Principal Investigator, AT&T grant of 6386 microcomputer for computer-aided engineering applications ($5,000), 1990.
Principal Investigator, Powertronics grant of electronics reliability prediction software ($5,700), 1990.
Principal Investigator, Keithly-Patterson grant of Allen-Bradley hardware and software for offline programming of PLCs ($4,000), 1990.
Principal Investigator, "Curriculum and Laboratory Development to Support Electronics Manufacturing," funded by the AT&T Foundation ($225,000), 1989.
Principal Investigator, "Conveyor System Design and Off-Line Programming," funded by Material Handling Research Center, Georgia Institute of Technology ($66,934), 1989.
Faculty Advisor, Material Handling Institute Hoist Scholarship granted to sponsored graduate student ($1,500), 1989.
Principal Investigator, "Proportional Intensity Reliability Analysis for Repairable Systems," funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research ($20,000), 1989.
Principal Investigator, AT&T grant of 1-6386 microcomputer for computer control and engineering computation ($13,000), 1989.
Faculty Advisor, NW Arkansas APICS grant for graduate student support in development of MRP system ($500), 1988.
Co-Principal Investigator, "Development of an Annealing Process to Produce High Quality Shot at Minimal Cost," funded by Daisy Manufacturing and the Arkansas Science and Technology Authority ($81,000), 1988.
Principal Investigator, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) Summer Faculty Research Fellowship for research in expert systems ($10,000), 1988.
Faculty Advisor, AFOSR Summer Graduate Student Research Fellowship support for graduate student to assist in simulation modeling ($5,000), 1988.