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

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EXPERIENCE

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY, Lubbock, Texas LECTURER AND RESEARCH ASSISTANT, Department of Industrial Engineering RESEARCH ASSISTANT, Department of Industrial Engineering

1984 to 1985 1972 to 1973

CURRICULUM AND RESEARCH LABORATORY DEVELOPMENT COURSES TAUGHT Graduate: - Advanced Material Handling - Design of Industrial Experiments - Engineering in Global Competition - Inventory Theory Undergraduate: - Enterprise Engineering - Material Handling - Production Engineering - Production Planning & Control - Work Systems Control - Facilities Planning & Design - Reliability - Analysis of Inventory Systems - Electronics Manufacturing Processes - Probability & Stochastic Processes - Systems Engineering - Manufacturing Systems Design - Engineering Management - Engineering Economy - Introduction to Engineering - Honors Reading

LABORATORIES DEVELOPED

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    Advanced Material Handling

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    Electronics Manufacturing Design

INDUSTRY / ENGINEERING / CONSULTING

PROJECT ENGINEER AND WARRANTY MANAGER, Lone Star Manufacturing Company, Forth Worth, Texas

1983

MANAGER (Industrial Engineering and Management Consulting), Arthur Young and Company (Ernst & Young), Dallas, Texas 25 public and private clients

1979 to 1983

VICE PRESIDENT - PLANNING AND PRODUCTION, Solartech Systems Incorporated, Lubbock, Texas

1978 - 1979

DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER, Texas Instruments Incorporated, Lubbock, Texas

1978

RELIABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY ENGINEER, F-16 System Program Office, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio

1973 to 1977

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