- Computer Applications Development
- Software Engineering
- Project Management
- Real-time Control of Machines
- Web Page Development
- Discrete Event Simulation
- Project Management
4/98-6/01 “Mid-infrared Imager for the GEMINI 8-M Telescopes,”
Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, .30 to .68 FTE
as project manager and software engineer, C.Telesco co-principal
investigator, $1,605,871 plus $241,653 and $25,616 supplements.
8/94 – 4/95 Sabbatical leave, consulting/research activities included:
IVHS modelling for Westinghouse, windows program development
for Shands Hospital, and database application development for
10/93 – 12/94 “Development of a System Architecture for a Nationwide
Intelligent Vehicle Highway System (IVHS),” Westinghouse
Electric Corporation and the Federal Highway Administration,
.22 to 1.0 FTE co-principal investigator, C.Wallace co-principal
1/90 – 4/92 “A Simulation Decision Support System for Emergency Evacuation
and Management,” Florida High Technology and Industry Council,
15 to .20 FTE co-principal investigator, S. Tufekci co-principal
3/84 – 6/87 “Group Technology and its Applicability in Electronics
Assembly,” IBM, .25 FTE as co-investigator, D. J. Elzinga principal
9/81 – 12/84 “Network Models of Building Evacuation,” National Bureau of
Standards, .25 FTE as co-principal investigator, R. L. Francis
co-principal investigator, $80,434.
10/77 – 9/78 “Microsimulation Model of Dental Practice,” Health Resources
Administration, .5 FTE as director, K. E. Kilpatrick principal
6/76 – 6/77 “Dental Practice Analysis Through Computer Simulation/
Communication Technology Satellite,” Health Resources Administration,
.25 FTE as director, K. E. Kilpatrick principal investigator, $86,977.
9/74 – 9/75+ “Utilization of Computer Simulation in TEAM,” Bureau of Health
Resources Development, 1 FTE as project coordinator, K. E. Kilpatrick
principal investigator, $69,380.
9/71 – 9/74 “Dental Task Assignment via Computer Simulation,” HEW, 1 FTE as
project coordinator, K. E. Kilpatrick principal investigator, $247,252.
Current interest are computer applications in industrial engineering, intelligent control of machines, robotics, and software engineering. Recent research includes software develoment of astronomical instrument control, development of network models of evacuation, development of robotic work cells, robotic assembly of electronic devices, and group technology in assembly.