THOMAS L. LANDERS, Ph.D., P.E., C.P.I.M.______________________________
MASTERS AND DOCTORAL RESEARCH DIRECTION
Doctoral Dissertations Chaired
Zhou, J. – "Semi-parametric Evaluation of Rapid Rate-of-change Proportional Intensity Models for Repairable Systems with Censoring," December 2007.
Jiang S. - "Assessment of Semi-Parametric Proportional Intensity Models Applied to Recurrent Failure Data With Multiple Failure Types for Repairable-System Reliability," May 2004.
Peek, J. - "Evaluation of Proportional Intensity Models for Maintainability Technology," December 1998.
Gutierrez, R. - "Design of Focused Stores for Common Parts in a Two-Echelon Stocking System," August 1998.
Sadiq, M. - "A Hybrid Clustering Algorithm for Reconfiguration of Dynamic Order Picking Systems," May 1994.
Qureshi, W. M. - "Assessment of a Proportional Intensity Model for Repairable System Reliability," December 1991.
Velasco, T. - "Expert System Approach for Reliability Analysis Under Weibull Proportional Hazards," December 1991.
Masters Theses Chaired
Arunachalam, A. "Design and Development of a Web Enabled Interactive System to Support Environmental Engineering Training," December 2001.
Yellamraju, V. "Online Learning System for Dynamics Using Online Database," May 2001.
Potdar, H. "Internet Based, Integrated, Interactive Software for Industrial Engineering," August 2000.
Kirk, R. "Functional Requirements for a Focused Storage Software Tool," August 1997.
Walker, B. "An Investigation of the Virtual Warehousing Concept," May 1997.
Choy, S. "Knowledge Based Design for Repairable Equipment Reliability Analysis," December 1995.
Denison, L. "Hybrid Control Systems for Focused Stores," December, 1995.