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

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RESEARCH

Co-Principal Investigator, "Logistics Performance Evaluation: Best Practices," funded by Defense Logistics Agency ($50,000), 1997.

Principal Investigator, "Logistics Performance Evaluation: Monitoring Assets," funded by Raytheon ($50,000), 1997.

Principal Investigator, Allen Bradley Equipment Grant of controls for DeviceNet technology on Hytrol QS1 sortation conveyor ($130,000), 1997.

Faculty Advisor, Material Handling Education Foundation PSC, Inc. and Material Handling Engineering Magazine Scholarship for sponsored student ($3,000), 1997.

Principal Investigator, "State Support for The Logistics Institute," funded by Arkansas Department of Higher Education ($70,000), 1996.

Co-Principal Investigator, "Stockkeeping for Focused Stores in Manufacturing," funded by Hytrol Conveyor ($25,000), 1996.

Principal Investigator, "Basic Research in The Logistics Institute / Material Handling Research Center," funded by National Science Foundation ($30,000), 1996.

Principal Investigator, "Focused Stores Design Methodology," funded by Lucent Technologies ($34,000), 1996.

Principal Investigator, "Design Methodology for Engineered Storage Areas with Parts Commonality," funded by Global Concepts / Arkansas Science and Technology Authority ($46,500), 1996.

Principal Investigator, "Intelligent Tracking Technology for Cycle Time Improvements," funded by Texas Instruments ($50,000), 1996.

Faculty Advisor, Material Handling Institute Scholarship for sponsored student ($3,000), 1996.

Principal Investigator, "Basic Research in The Logistics Institute/Material Handling Research Center," funded by National Science Foundation ($61,281), 1995.

Co-Principal Investigator, "Decision Support Methodology for Material Handling Equipment Repair/Replacement Management," funded by The Logistics Institute / Material Handling Research Center ($54,125), 1995.

Principal Investigator, "Virtual Warehousing - Prototype Design and Evaluation," funded by AT&T/Arkansas Science and Technology Authority ($50,000), 1995.

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