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

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RESEARCH

Principal Investigator, Pulsed Power Conditioning Consortium (Defense Nuclear Agency Strategic Defense Initiative Organization) summer research funding to develop a technical manual for "Proportional Hazards Reliability Testing" ($4,000), 1987.

Visiting Scholar, (Summer appointment for development of design reliability methodology), Center for Excellence in Reliability and Maintainability, Air Force Institute of Technology ($4,000), 1987.

Principal Investigator, AT&T grant of microcomputers: 2-6300 and 1-6386 for computer control and engineering computation ($13,000), 1987.

Principal Investigator, Hytrol Conveyor Company / Action Material Handling educational discount negotiated for conveyor system ($5,400), 1987.

Principal Investigator, Advanced Manufacturing Systems Corporation educational discount negotiated for Mobot extractor integration ($3,500), 1987.

Principal Investigator, MC Software grant of integrated Manufacturing Resource Planning software ($12,000), 1987.

Principal Investigator, Transport Automation Technology educational discount negotiated for automated guided vehicle system ($19,000), 1986.

Principal Investigator, Ft. Smith, Arkansas APICS Chapter grant for interface hardware ($500), 1986.

Principal Investigator, "Manufacturing Systems and Materials Handling/Automation Laboratories," funded by the AT&T Foundation ($290,000), 1986.

Faculty Advisor, Dayco Corporation sponsorship of chaired M.S. Project entitled "Analysis of Storage Requirements for Dayco Tensioners and Idler Assemblies," Center for Automation and Robotics, University of Arkansas ($4,000), 1986.

Material Handling Institute Maggie Hill Memorial Scholarship granted to sponsored graduate student ($2,500), 1986.

Principal Investigator, Material Handling Education Foundation Instructional Materials Grant ($481), 1986.

Principal Investigator, Material Handling Education Foundation travel grant to Logistics Conference in St. Louis ($350), 1986.

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