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(18) Selected Research Projects

  • September 2015—August 2018, "Collaborative Research: Active Statistical Learning: Ensembles, Manifolds, and Optimal Experimental Design," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • September 2008—August 2012, "On-line Profile-to-profile Process Adjustment for Robust Parameter Design Scenarios," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • December 2007—December 2008, "Modeling Customer Transfer Functions," (Sponsor: General Motors R&D).
  • October 2006—December 2007, "Gift to support the Engineering Statistics Laboratory," (Sponsor: Minitab).
  • January 2002—March 2007, "Minimax Sensor Location and Bayesian Estimation of Probability of Detection," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • March 2006—March 2007, "REU Extension--Minimax sensor location," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • September 2005—August 2006, "Single and Multiple Step Empirical Modeling of Semiconductor Manufacturing Processes," (Sponsor: Intel Corporation R&D).
  • May 2002—May 2006, "Statistical Process Adjustment for Short Run Manufacturing," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • January 2005—December 2005, "Gift to support the Engineering Statistics Laboratory," (Sponsor: Intel R&D).
  • January 2005—May 2005, "Fulbright Scholar," (Sponsor: Fulbright commission).
  • January 2004—December 2004, "Bayesian Predictive Models with Application to Door Systems," (Sponsor: GM Corporate R&D Center).
  • January 2004—December 2004, "Gift to support the Engineering Statistics Laboratory," (Sponsor: Intel R&D).
  • January 2004—December 2004, "Gift to support the Engineering Statistics Laboratory," (Sponsor: GM Corporate R&D).
  • September 2000—August 2003, "Adjustment and Monitoring Methods for Multiple Stream and Process Oriented Quality Control," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • September 2000—August 2003, "Optimization Techniques in Response Surface Methodology," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • September 1996—August 2001, "CAREER: Multivariate quality controllers for semiconductor manufacturing processes," (Sponsor: National Science Foundation).
  • August 1999—July 2001, "Probabilistic Sequential Tolerance Control," (Sponsor: National Science Foundation).
  • March 1996—March 1998, "Integration of statistical and automatic control techniques for economic quality control," (Sponsor: National Science Foundation).
 

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