Dr. Adedeji B. Badiru, Dean - Graduate School of Engineering & Management

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Contracts & Grants

  1. “Learning Curve Analysis in Department of Defense Acquisition Programs,” $70,000, Naval Postgraduate School Acquisition Research Program, Sept 1, 2016 – Aug 31, 2017 (Co-PI with John Elshaw)
  2. “Cost Modeling for Advanced Composite Materials,” Lead Research Coordinator with Wyle Aerospace Company, $4.6 million, Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), 2013-2014.
  3. “Composite Airframe Cost Estimation Model,” Navy Postgraduate School, $120,000 (with LtCol Joseph Robb Wirthlin), Jan 10 – Sept 30, 2012.
  4. “Systems Engineering Research Efficiencies: SEER Phase II,” Staff Air Force – Acquisition (SAF/AQXR), Pentagon, March 1, 2012 – Sept 30, 2012 (PI; co-PI with LtCol Robb Wirthlin; $76,000)
  5. “Systems Engineering Research Efficiencies,” Staff Air Force, Pentagon, March 1 – Sept 30, 2011 (PI; with LtCol Pete Feng, LtCol Robb Wirthlin, LtCol Bill Sitzabee, and Dr. Al Thal; $50,000)
  6. “Development of a Technology Based Medical Triage and Situational Awareness Tool for Use in a CBRN Contingency/Deployed Environment,” Air Force Surgeon General Office, July 1, 2007 – June 30, 2008 (PI; with Dave Smith, Michael Grimaila, Jeremy Slagley, Al Thal, and Pat Kee; $335,000).
  7. “Creation of Industrial Research Partnership in the College of Engineering,” Center for Industrial Services, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, August 1, 2006- July 31, 2007 (PI; with R. Sawhney; $91,871).
  8. “Graphical Visualization of Cash Flow Diagrams in Engineering Economic Analysis,” Innovative Technology Center, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, March 1 – Dec. 31, 2006 (PI; $10,000).
  9. “Development of the Pilot Travel Center Design Research Laboratory,” Pilot Travel Centers, August 1, 2004 – August 1, 2005 (Co-PI; with R. Sawhney; $19,000)
  10.  “Hybrid NeuroFuzzy Expert System for Crime Investigation,” US Department of Justice/Law Enforcement Innovation Center, June 1, 2003 – May 31, 2004 (PI, $30,000).
  11. “Cost Benchmarking Study for New Laboratory and Office Building Construction Projects at Oak Ridge National Laboratory,” US Department of Energy/Oak Ridge National Laboratory, December 12, 2002 – June 30, 2004 (PI; $49,355; with Don McDaniel).
  12. “An Integrative Study of Factors of Globalization and Industrial Development in Less Developed Regions of the World,” University of Tennessee Global Studies Initiative, Summer 2002 (PI; $3,500).
  13. “Factor Analysis of Industrial Development Variables for Economic Development in East Tennessee,” Summer Research Support; University of Tennessee Scholarly Activity Research Incentive Fund (SARIF), Summer 2002 (PI; $3,000).  The project developed a statistical factor analysis-based methodology for ranking social attributes that attract new businesses to East Tennessee.  It was based on the need by the local Chambers of Commerce to understand social factors that motivate businesses to locate plants in certain regions of a country.  The results of the study helped policy makers understand the interplay between industrial development, economic development, and social factors.
  14. "Assessment of the use of computer technology among Freshmen," Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction, University of Oklahoma, January 3 - December 31, 2000 (PI; $20,000).
  15. "Curriculum for Integrating Manufacturing Enterprise Decisions (CIMED)," National Science Foundation, October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1998.  (Co-PI; $200,000 for three years;  with S. Raman, B. Foote, H. Grant, S. Pulat)
  16. "RCMS: Research Careers for Minority Scholars – Minority Student Research Experiences," National Science Foundation, September 15, 1994 to August 31, 1997. (Co-PI; $500,000 for three years; with Wayne Steen)
  17. "Study of Interactions Effects Between Hearing Aids and Cellular Telephones," Cellular Industries Trade Association (CTIA), May 1995 - December 1995.  (Co-PI; $100,000; with the Electromagnetic Compatibility Center)
  18. "Study of Interaction Effects Between Cellular Telephones and Pacemakers," Cellular Industries Trade Association (CTIA), January 1995 - June 1995.  (Co-PI; $100,000; with the Electromagnetic Compatibility Center)
  19. NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Supplement, "State-Space and Expert System Hybrid Model for Performance Measurement in Design Integration," National Science Foundation, November 1, 1994 to May 31, 1997.  (PI; $10,000; with Vasillios  Theodoracatos)
  20. "Engineering Library Subscription Grant for Standards Database," Information Handling Services, November 1, 1994 to October 31, 1995.  (Co-PI; $5,000; with Jimmie Lee, Engineering Library)
  21. "State-Space and Expert System Hybrid Model for Performance Measurement in Design Integration," National Science Foundation, June 1, 1994 to May 31, 1997.  (PI; $330,000 for three years; with Vasillios Theodoracatos, ME Dept)
  22. "A Framework for Integrated Production Planning and Scheduling in a Hybrid Assembly Job Shop Environment Under Uncertainty," National Science Foundation, September 15, 1993 to February 28, 1995.  (Co-PI; $120,000; with B. Foote, S. Pulat, S. Raman, and M. Kamath)
  23. "Pilot Study of Interactions of Cellular/Medical Devices," McCaw Cellular Communications, Inc., July 11, 94 to September 15, 94.  (PI; $13,546; with Jerry Crain, EE Dept.)
  24. "OCIDM CIM Integration Engineering Research," Oklahoma Center for Integrated Design and Manufacturing (OCIDM), Aug 15, 1993 to Aug 14, 1994.  (Co-PI; $35,339; with B. Foote and S. Pulat)
  25. "Phase V of AI Diagnostic System for Hard Disk Assembly," Seagate Technology, Oklahoma City, October 1, 1993 to December 31, 1993.  (PI; $40,000; with John Cheung, EE Dept)
  26. "Phase IV of AI Diagnostic System for Hard Disk Assembly," Seagate Technology, Oklahoma City, July 1, 1993 to September 30, 1993.  (PI; $40,000; with John Cheung, EE Dept).
  27. "Phase III of AI Diagnostic System for Hard Disk Assembly," Seagate Technology, Oklahoma City, March 1, 1993 to June 30, 1993.  (PI; $40,000; with John Cheung, EE Dept)
  28. "Development of a New Search Algorithm for Artificial Intelligence," University of Oklahoma PI Research Investment Program, January 1, 1993 to December, 1993.  (PI; $5,600)
  29. "Phase II of AI Diagnostic System for Hard Disk Assembly," Seagate Technology, Oklahoma City, October 1, 1992 to January 31, 1993.  (PI; $39,149; with John Cheung, EE Dept)
  30. "AI Diagnostic System for Hard Disk Assembly," Seagate Technology, Oklahoma City, June 1, 1992 to September 30, 1992.  (PI; $35,000; with John Cheung, EE Dept)
  31. "Fuzzy Linguistic AI Model for Intervention Strategies to Prevent Cumulative Trauma Disorders," National Science Foundation (Doctoral Research Grant for Pamela McCauley-Bell), June 15, 1992 to November 30, 1994. (PI; $24,860)
  32. "Dynamic Decision Making for Energy Management," Oklahoma Energy Center, June 1, 1990 to May 31, 1991. (PI; $17,607; with Simin Pulat)
  33. "Phase II of Expert Systems and Simulation Studies of Production Facilities at Tinker Air Force Base," Professional Design Group, Oklahoma City, May 8, 1991 to April 4, 1992.  (Co-PI; $105,613; with B. L. Foote, S. Raman, and Raymond Daniels, Chemical Engineering Dept)
  34. "Expert Systems and Simulation Studies of Production Facilities at Tinker Air Force Base," Professional Design Group, Oklahoma City, March 29, 1990 to November 21, 1990.  (Co-PI; $54,541; with B. Foote, L. Leemis, S. Raman, and R. Daniels, EE Dept)
  35. "Justification of Manufacturing Technology," Oklahoma Center for Integrated Design and Manufacturing (OCIDM), January 1, 1991 to December 31, 1991.  (PI; $3,145)
  36. "Multiattribute Spreadsheet Model for Manufacturing Technology Justification," Oklahoma Center for Integrated Design and Manufacturing (OCIDM), September 1, 1990 to August 31, 1991.  (PI; $11,153)
  37. "Multiattribute Models for Cost Justification of Advanced Manufacturing Technology," Oklahoma Center for Integrated Design and Manufacturing (OCIDM), January 1, 1990 to July 31, 1990.  (PI; $16,378; with B. Foote)
  38. "Research Data Base for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)," Engineering Enterprises, Inc., Norman, Oklahoma, July 17, 1989 to December 31, 1989.  (PI; $10,000).
  39. "Work Improvement and Simplification Expert System," Imprimis Technology, Inc., Oklahoma City, June 1, 1989 to August 31, 1989.  (PI; $2,710)
  40. "Expert Systems Applications in Manufacturing," Faculty Development Award, Provost's Office, University of Oklahoma, January 1, 1988 to January 31, 1988.  (PI; $1,950)
  41. "Phase II of Computerization of Faculty Data Sheets," College of Engineering and Office of the Provost, University of Oklahoma, January 1, 1989 to May 30, 1989.  (PI; $6,895)
  42. "Computerization of Faculty Data Sheets:  FOL (Faculty-On-Line)," College of Engineering and Office of the Provost, University of Oklahoma, June 1988 to July 1989.  (PI; $2,400)
  43. "An Expert System for Robot Selection," University of Oklahoma, Health Sciences Center, April 1, 1988 to June 30, 1988.  (PI; $2,000)
  44. "Development of an Expert System for Project Management," University of Oklahoma Research Council, August 15, 1986 to December 31, 1986.  (PI; $3,470)
  45. "Development of Scheduling Software for Manufacturing Projects," University of Oklahoma Research Council, January 16, 1986 to April 30, 1986.  (PI; $1,800)
  46. "Capacity Planning Model and Mechanized Material Handling Systems Routing," Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center, U.S. Air Force, May 15, 1985 to October 31, 1986.  (Co-PI; $108,800; with A. Ravindran, Bob Foote, and Larry Leemis).
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