Professor

 Professor James R. Morrison   

 

  Tel : +82-42-350-3127

  E-mail: james.morrison@kaist.edu

 

EDUCATION

 

    Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical and Computer Engineering, October 2000.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Advisor: Professor P. R
. Kumar

    Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, January 1997.

        University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Advisor: Professor P. R. Kumar.

        Thesis Title: On the guaranteed throughput and efficiency of closed reentrant lines.

•      Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, May 1993.

        University of Maryland at College Park.

•      Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, May 1993.

        University of Maryland at College Park.

 

 

ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRIAL POSITIONS HELD


•      September 2013 – present: SmartFabs Corporation, Chair, Technical Advisory Board, College Station, TX, USA.

•      Spring 2008 – present: KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Daejeon, South Korea

o   Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Tenured (March 1, 2016 – Present), Associate Professor, (March 1, 2011 – Present), Assistant Professor (January 28, 2008 – February 28, 2011)

o   KAIST International Community Enhancement Program (KICEP), Director (July 1, 2016 - Present)

o   KAIST Institute for Disaster Studies, adjunct affiliation (March 2015 – Present)

o   KAIST Institute for the Design of Complex Systems, adjunct affiliation (March 2008 – February 2015)

•      Fall 2005 – Fall 2007: Department of Engineering and Technology, Central Michigan University, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

•      Fall 2002 and Spring 2005: Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Vermont, Adjunct Assistant Professor while at IBM

•      September 2000 – September 2005: International Business Machines, Incorporated (IBM), Burlington, VT, Advisory Development /Staff Engineer - Manufacturing Methods, Production Control and Capacity Planning

 

 

CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

•       Modeling and optimization of automated systems

•       Semiconductor/high tech manufacturing

•       Systems of robots

•       Service systems

•       Queueing theory and stochastic networks

•       Operations research & applied probability

•       Eco-design

•       Engineering education

 

SELECTED TEACHING INTERESTS


•      Freshmen Design/Introduction to Engineering

•      Introductory/Advanced Operations Research

•      Automatic Control Systems

•      Signal and System Theory

•      Digital Signal Processing

•      Probability, Statistics and Stochastic Processes

•      Manufacturing Systems

•      Microprocessor fundamentals

•      Communication System

 

 

AWARDS

 

·         A16: 2016 Best Teacher Award from the Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering, KAIST, December 2016..

·        A15: Paper AB7 selected for republication in Popular Science Korea September 2016 issue. One of two selected from the DAPA iMSTF conference August 2016.

·        A14: KAIST university level Award for Excellent Teaching, February 16, 2016.

·        A13: 2015 Excellence Award from the KAIST International Students Association for exemplary service to the KAIST international student community, December 2, 2015.

·        A12: 2014 Best Ph.D. Dissertation Award for Ph.D. student Woosung Kim from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, KAIST, February 26, 2015.

·        A11: 2013 Best Teacher Award from the Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering, KAIST, December 2013.

·        A10: Best student paper finalist at IEEE CASE 2013, Madison, WI, USA, August 2013 for conference paper C47.

·        A9: Received the conference Excellence Award (Grand Prize) in the Academic Thesis category for paper AB4 & presentation at the DAPA International Military Science and Technology Fair, Seoul, Korea, July 12, 2013.

·        A8: KAIST university level Award for Excellence in International Cooperation, February 15, 2013.

·        A7: Best student paper finalist at IEEE CASE 2012, Seoul, South Korea, August 2012 for conference paper C42.

·        A6: KAIST university level Award for Creative Teaching (Grand Prize), February 16, 2012.

·        A5: KAIST university level Award for Excellent Teaching, February 16, 2011.

·        A4: 2011 Spring ED 100 (Freshman Design) project entitled Behavior Design for Service Systems

o   Earned sufficient score to win “Outstanding Project Advisor” but ineligible since won in 2010.

o   One of my TAs was awarded “Outstanding Project TA” (about five awards out of ~50 TAs), other TA earned sufficient score to win but was ineligible since won in 2010.

o   Two of my four project teams receive course awards: Presidential Design and Best Poster.

·        A3: 2010 Spring ED 100 (Freshman Design) project entitled Design of Dental Service Systems

o   Awarded “Outstanding Project Advisor” (one award out of 26 faculty advisors).

o   My two TAs awarded “Outstanding Project TAs” (six awards out of ~50 TAs).

o   Two of my four project teams receive course awards: Presidential Design and Best Paper.

·        A2: 2009 Best Teacher Award from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, KAIST, December 2009.

·        A1: Awarded 2008 Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering Innovation Incentive: Teaching and service, December 2008.

 

 

 

GRANTS SUBMITTED AND RECEIVED

 

     G22-RECEIVED: 9-month grant for KRW W 40,000,000 (approximately US$36,000) from the KAIST High Risk High Return Project (HRHRP), funding provided by the Korean Ministry of Science, Education and Technology (MEST). Project entitled: Toward industry 4.0: Manufacturing big data and next generation learning methods. PI: James R. Morrison. Received April 1, 2017.

     G21-RECEIVED: 7-month grant for KRW W 52,727,273 (approximately US$48,000) from the Korea Institute for Defense Analyses (KIDA). Project entitled: Development of operational methodology and evaluation of mission performance of unmanned combat system. PI: James R. Morrison. Received December 23, 2016.

     G20-RECEIVED: Three-year grant for KRW W 290,000,000 (approximately US$261,000) from the National Research Foundation (NRF) of Korea – the Korean NSF. Project entitled: Robotic allocation problems for next generation systems of UAVs: Models, solutions & prototypes. PI: James R. Morrison. Received June 1, 2016.

     G19-RECEIVED: 6-month grant for KRW W 50,000,000 (approximately US$45,000) from the KAIST High Risk High Return Project (HRHRP), funding provided by the Korean Ministry of Science, Education and Technology (MEST). Project entitled: Analytic design chain optimization (ADCO): Toward the convergence of design perspectives in high technology product systems. PI: James R. Morrison. Received July 1, 2015.

     G18-RECEIVED: 6-month grant for KRW W40,000,000 (approximately US$36,000) from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. Project entitled: Development of concurrent collaborative technologies and platform in plant engineering. Role: Researcher. Received: March 1, 2015.

    G17-RECEIVED: 6-month grant for KRW W3,000,000 (approximately US$2,700) from the Korean Coast Guard Research Center. Project entitled: Planning project: Development of unmanned OSP (oil spill prevention) system to respond to a hazardous substance over the sea.” Role: Researcher. Received: March 1, 2015.

•      G16-RECEIVED: 9-month grant for W83,000,000 (approximately US$75,000) from the KAIST Institutes (KI). Project entitled: UAV service system: Convergence of UAV, networking and decision technology.”PI: James R. Morrison. Received: June 1, 2014.

•      G15-RECEIVED: Three-year grant for W150,000,000 (approximately US$135,000) from the Korean Research Foundation (KRF) – the Korean NSF. Project entitled: Theory, algorithms and implementation of robotic service agents. PI: James R. Morrison. Received: June 1, 2013.

•      G14-RECEIVED: Awarded a one-year grant for KRW W 50,000,000 (approximately US$45,000) from the KAIST High Risk High Return Project (HRHRP), funding provided by the Korean Ministry of Science, Education and Technology (MEST). Project entitled: Service-oriented University Education. PI: James R. Morrison. Received January 1, 2013..

•      G13-RECEIVED:Awarded a one-year grant for KRW W 50,000,000 (approximately US$45,000) from the KAIST High Risk High Return Project (HRHRP), funding provided by the Korean Ministry of Science, Education and Technology (MEST). Project entitled: UAV service agent. PI: James R. Morrison. Received January 1, 2012.

•      G12-RECEIVED: Awarded a 6-month grant for KRW W10,000,000 (approximately US$9,000) from the KAIST Institutes (KI) Idea Factory. Project entitled: Internet-based UAV virtual presence. Project Advisor: James R. Morrison. Received: July 1, 2011.

•      G11-RECEIVED: One-year grant for KRW W83,000,000 (approximately US$66,400) from the Korean Ministry of Knowledge Economy. Project entitled: Mobile Harbor. Role: Researcher. Received: May 1, 2010.

•      G10-RECEIVED:Three-year “New Professor” grant for W150,000,000 (approximately US$130,000) from the Korean Research Foundation (KRF) – the Korean NSF. Project entitled: Fundamental theories for manufacturing with application to high technology and assembly line systems. PI: James R. Morrison. Received: May 1, 2010.

•      G9-RECEIVED: One-year grant from KAIST Energy, Environment, Water and Sustainability program. My portion of grant KRWW10,500,000 (approximately US$9,250). Project entitled: Environmental product design. Role: Researcher. Received: March 15, 2010.

•      G8-RECEIVED: One-year grant for KRW W52,950,000 (approximately US$42,000) from the Korean Research Foundation (KRF) – the Korean NSF. Project entitled: Simulation and queueing models for high technology manufacturing. PI: James R. Morrison. Received: May 1, 2009. Outcomes: Conference papers C20, 21, 22, 24, 27, 28 and Journal Paper J9.

•      G7-RECEIVED: One-year grant for KRW W50,000,000 (approximately US$40,000) from the Korean National Congress. Project entitled: Mobile Harbor. Role: Researcher. Received: March 15, 2009. Outcomes: Patent applications P13, P14, P16-19.

•      G6-RECEIVED: One-year grant from KAIST Energy, Environment, Water and Sustainability program. My portion of grant KRWW15,000,000 (approximately US$12,000). Project entitled: Environmental product design. Role: Researcher. Received: March 15, 2009. Outcomes: Conference papers C25, C26 and patent application P15.

•      G5-RECEIVED: Awarded a one-year grant for KRW W30,000,000 (approximately US$24,000) from the KAIST High Risk High Return program. Project entitled: Design of port services with dramatically increased throughput. PI: James R. Morrison. Received: May 15, 2008. Outcome: Abstract A1 and patent applications P9 and P10.

•      G4-RECEIVED: Awarded a one-year grant for KRW W60,000,000 (approximately US$48,000) from the KAIST Institute for the Design of Complex Systems. Project entitled: Complex stochastic and service system design. PI: James R. Morrison. Received: March 15, 2008. Outcome: Paper C18 and patent application P8.

•      G3-RECEIVED: Awarded a three-year start-up grant for KRW W100,000,000 (approximately US$80,000) from KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology). Project entitled: Design of complex stochastic semiconductor wafer fabrication and service systems. PI: James R. Morrison. Received: January 22, 2008.

•      G2-RECEIVED: Awarded a grant for $112,000 from the INTEL High Volume Manufacturing Research Committee. Project entitled: Stochastic and deterministic analysis of intrinsic equipment loss and cycle time implications. PI: James R. Morrison. Received August 29, 2006. Outcome: Papers C15, C17, C19, J7.

•      G1-RECEIVED: Awarded a grant for $25,000 by Central Michigan University.  Project entitled: Performance evaluation and control of semiconductor manufacturing fabricators.  PI: James R. Morrison. Project begun June 2006. Outcome: Paper C16.

 

 

GRANTS RECEIVED TO GUIDE UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

 

•      UG8: Awarded a 6-month grant for KRW W6,000,000 (approximately US$5,400) from the KAIST Undergraduate Research Proposal (URP) grant. Project entitled: “Towards scalable sub-optimal real-time multi robot allocation: A data-efficient deep reinforcement learning architecture based on market-based auction.” Project Advisor: James R. Morrison. Received: January 1, 2017.

•      UG7: Awarded a 6-month grant for KRW W6,000,000 (approximately US$5,400) from the KAIST Undergraduate Research Proposal (URP) grant. Project entitled: “Design and optimization of internet lectures for improving quality of online education.” Project Advisor: James R. Morrison. Received: July 1, 2015.

•      UG6: Awarded a 6-month grant for KRW W4,000,000 (approximately US$3,600) from the KAIST Undergraduate Research Proposal (URP) grant. Project entitled: “Design and Implementation of a Charging Platform for UAVs." Project Advisor: James R. Morrison. Received: January 1, 2014.

•      UG5: Awarded a 6-month grant for KRW W7,000,000 (approximately US$6,300) from the KAIST Undergraduate Research Proposal (URP) grant. Project entitled: “Redesigning the IE 200 Course into a Life Changing Experience.” Project Advisor: James R. Morrison. Received: June 15, 2012.

•      UG4: Awarded a 6-month grant for KRW W7,000,000 (approximately US$6,300) from the KAIST Undergraduate Research Proposal (URP) grant. Project entitled: “Inexpensive UAV control system based on GPS coordinates using 3G internet technology for control range expansion.” Project Advisor: James R. Morrison. Received: June 15, 2011.

•      UG3: Awarded a 6-month grant for KRW W8,000,000 (approximately US$7,200) from the KAIST Undergraduate Research Proposal (URP) grant. Project entitled: “Improving communication between dentists and patients during treatment.” Project Advisor: James R. Morrison. Received: June 15, 2010. Awarded 4th place out of 43 URP projects for that semester.

•      UG2: Awarded a 6-month grant for KRW W7,000,000 (approximately US$6,300) from the KAIST Undergraduate Research Proposal (URP) grant. Project entitled: “Extension and application of existing state-of-the-art transportation systems: Design and operation.” Project Advisor: James R. Morrison. Received: June 15, 2010.

•      UG1: Awarded a one-year grant for KRW W7,000,000 (approximately US$6,300) from the KAIST Undergraduate Research Proposal grant. Project entitled: “Axiomatic design of recharge platforms for UAVs.” Project Advisor: James R. Morrison. Received: June 15, 2008.

 

 

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

WORKING PAPERS

 

    W4: Hyorin Park, Brad H. Y. Lee, Byungduk Song, James R. Morrison, Rajnikant Sharma, “A system of UAVs as a security escort service at KAIST”.

    W3: Hyorin Park and James R. Morrison, “On the resources required for persistent automated robotic service: The case of multiple depots and stationary customers.”

    W2: Jinho Shin and James R. Morrison, “Queueing models for fab performance evaluation.”

    W1: Sang-Yoon Bae and James R. Morrison, “Markovian modeling of multiclass deterministic flow lines with random arrivals: The case of a single-channel”.

 

FINAL EDITING PRIOR TO SUBMISSION

 

    S3: Seunghyeon Lee, Jonghoe Kim and James R. Morrison, “Task assignment for maritime search and rescue with an unmanned aircraft system,” in preparation for the Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems (Springer).

    S2: Hyoyoung Kim and James R. Morrison, “Model-based constrained optimization of student-teacher interactions in KAIST university classrooms,” in preparation for Interfaces (INFORMS).

    S1: Byung Duk Song and James R. Morrison, “On the persistent vehicle routing problem with fuel limitations, consumables and multiple sharable depots,” in preparation for Transportation Research (INFORMS).

 

PUBLISHED/TO APPEAR

 

   J32-SUBMITTED : PM plan optimization models for manufacturing cycle time, Minho Lee, James R. Morrison and Adar Kalir, submitted to the International Journal of Production Research (Taylor and Francis), submitted June 2017.

   J31-SUBMITTED : Segregating preventive maintenance for performance enhancement: The case of unequal segregation, Adar A. Kalir, Kosta Rozen and James R. Morrison, submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing, submitted February 2, 2017.

   J30-SUBMITTED : Models of clustered photolithography tools for fab-level simulation: From affine to flow line, Jung Yeon Park, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison, submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing (IEEE), submitted February 15, 2016, in revision.

     J29-TO APPEAR: Design of engineering courses as a service: Emotions, senses and implementation, Sang-Yoon Bae, Jukrin Moon and James R. Morrison, International Journal of Engineering Education.

   J28-PUBLISHED: Exit recursion models of clustered photolithography tools for fab-level simulation, Jung Yeon Park, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison,IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing (IEEE), Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 39-51, February 2017.

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   J27-PUBLISHED: Systematic design of interactive learning environment for global engineering courses, Yun Dai, Ang Liu, James R. Morrison and Stephen Lu, International Journal of Engineering Education (TEMPUS), Vol. 32, No. 6, pp. 2597-2611, December 2016.

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   J26-PUBLISHED: Optimization of preventive maintenance plans in G/G/m queueing networks and numerical study with models based on semiconductor wafer fabs, Jinho Shin, James R. Morrison and Adar A. Kalir,  International Journal of Industrial Engineering: Theory, Applications and Practice (IJIETAP), a special issue on the 2015 International  Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing, Vol. 23, No. 5, December 2016.

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   J25-PUBLISHED: Rolling horizon path planning of an autonomous system of UAVs for persistent cooperative service: MILP formulation and efficient heuristics, Byung Duk Song, Jonghoe Kim and James R. Morrison, Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems (Springer), Vol. 84, No. 1, pp. 241-258, December 2016.

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   J24-PUBLISHED: Approximate life cycle assessment via case-based reasoning for eco design, Myeon-Gyu Jeong, James R. Morrison and Hyo-Won Suh, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE), Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 716-728, April 2015.

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   J23-PUBLISHED: Controlled wafer release in clustered photolithography tools: Flexible flow line job release scheduling and an LMOLP heuristic, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE), Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 642-655, April 2015.

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   J22-PUBLISHED: On equilibrium probabilities for the delays in deterministic flow lines with random arrivals, Woo-sung Kim and James R. Morrison,  IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE), a special issue on selected papers from IEEE CASE 2013, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 62-74, January 2015.

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   J21-PUBLISHED: The throughput rate of serial production lines with regular process times and random setups: Markovian models and applications to semiconductor manufacturing, Woo-sung Kim and James R. Morrison,  Computers & Operations Research (Elsevier), a Special Issue on Applications of Quantitative Methods in Semiconductor Manufacturing, Vol. 53, No. 1, pp. 288-300, January 2015.

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   J20-PUBLISHED: Location design for emergency medical centers based on category of treatable medical diseases and center capability, Young Dae Ko, Byungduk Song, James R. Morrison and Hark Hwang, International Journal of Industrial Engineering: Theory, Applications and Practice (SFU), Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 117-128, 2014.

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•     J19-PUBLISHED: On the concerted design and scheduling of multiple resources for persistent UAV operations, Jonghoe Kim and James R. Morrison, Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems (Springer), Vol. 74, No. 1-2, pp. 479-498, April 2014.

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•     J18-PUBLISHED: Persistent UAV service: An improved scheduling formulation and prototypes of system components, Byung Duk Song, Jonghoe Kim, Jeongwoon Kim, Hyorin Park, James R. Morrison and David Hyunchul Shim, Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems (Springer), Vol. 74, No. 1-2, pp. 221-232, April 2014.

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•      J17- PUBLISHED: Tablet PC-based visual target-following system for quadrotors, JeongWoon Kim, David Hyunchul Shim and James R. Morrison, Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems (Springer), Vol. 74, No. 1-2, pp. 85-95, April 2014.

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•      J16- PUBLISHED: Axiomatic Design for eco-design: eAD+, James R. Morrison, Mina Azhar, Taesik Lee and Hyo Won Suh, Journal of Engineering Design (Taylor & Francis), Vol. 24, No. 10, pp. 711-737, October 2013.

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•      J15- PUBLISHED: Capacitated location and allocation models of long term care facilities, Byung Duk Song, Young Dae Ko, James R. Morrison and Hark Hwang, Industrial Engineering & Management Systems, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 190-197, September 2013.

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•      J14-PUBLISHED: Efficient location and allocation strategies for undesirable facilities considering their fundamental properties, Byung Duk Song, James R. Morrison and Young Dae Ko, Computers & Industrial Engineering (Elsevier), Vol. 65, No. 3, pp. 475-484, July 2013.

        

•      J13-PUBLISHED: Non-product form equilibrium probabilities in a class of two station closed reentrant queueing networks, Woo-sung Kim and James R. Morrison, Queueing Systems (Springer), Vol. 73, No. 3, pp. 317-339, March 2013.

          

     J12-PUBLISHED: On the scheduling of systems of UAVs and fuel service stations for long-term mission fulfillment, Jonghoe Kim, Byung Duk Song and James R. Morrison, Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems (Springer), Vol. 70, No. 1, pp. 347-359, January 2013.

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•      J11-PUBLISHED: Offshore port service concepts: Classification and economic feasibility, Jonghoe Kim and James R. Morrison, Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal (Springer), a Special Issue on Maritime Container Logistics and Onshore Transportation Systems, Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 214-245, Erratum pp. 246-247, September 2012.

              

•      J10-PUBLISHED: Automatic battery replacement systems for UAVs: Analysis and design, Koji A. O. Suzuki, Paulo Kemper F. and James R. Morrison, Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, Vol. 65, No. 1, pp. 563-586, January 2012.

            

•      J9-PUBLISHED: Multiclass flow line models of semiconductor manufacturing equipment for fab-level simulation, James R. Morrison, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, a Special Issue on Equipment and Operations Automation in the Semiconductor Industry (IEEE), Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 81-94, January 2011.

            

•      J8-PUBLISHED: UAV consumable replenishment: Design concepts for automated service stations, Paulo Kemper F., Koji A. O. Suzuki and James R. Morrison, Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, Vol. 61, No. 1, pp. 369-397, January 2011.

            

•      J7-PUBLISHED: Deterministic flow lines with applications, James R. Morrison, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE), Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 228-239, April 2010.

            

•      J6-PUBLISHED: Computational performance bounds for Markov chains with applications, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (IEEE), Vol. 53, No. 5, pp. 1306-1311, June 2008.

          

•      J5-PUBLISHED: Practical extensions to cycle time approximations for the G/G/m queue with applications, James R. Morrison and Donald P. Martin, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE), a Special Issue on e-Manufacturing in the Semiconductor Industry, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 523-532, October 2007.

          

•      J4-PUBLISHED: Performance evaluation of photolithography cluster tools: Queueing and throughput models, James R. Morrison and Donald P. Martin, OR Spectrum (Springer), Vol. 29, No. 3, pp. 375-389, July 2007.

        

•      J3-PUBLISHED: New linear program performance bounds for closed queueing networks, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, Discrete Event Dynamic Systems (Springer), Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 291-317, 2001.

        

•      J2-PUBLISHED: New linear program performance bounds for queueing networks, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, Journal of Optimization: Theory and Applications (Springer), a Volume in Honor of Professor Y. C. Ho, Vol. 100, No. 3, pp. 575-597, 1999.

        

•      J1-PUBLISHED: On the guaranteed throughput and efficiency of closed reentrant lines, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, Queueing Systems (Springer), Vol. 28, pp. 33-54, 1998.

        

 

GUEST EDITORIALS

 

•      E4-TO APPEAR: Chen-Fu Chien, Chia-Yu Hsu, James R. Morrison and Runliang Dou, “Guest editorial: Semiconductor manufacturing intelligence and automation,” Computers & Industrial Engineering (Elsevier), a Special Issue on Selected Papers from the 2014 International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2014).

•      E3: Lars Moench, Argon Chen, Andy (Myongsoo) Ham and James R. Morrison, “Guest editorial: Applications of quantitative methods in semiconductor manufacturing,” Computers & Operations Research (Elsevier), a Special Issue on Applications of Quantitative Methods in Semiconductor Manufacturing, Vol. 53, No. 1, pp. 250-251, January 2015.

•      E2: Jingshan Li, James R. Morrison, Mike Tao Zhang, Masaru Nakano, Stephan Biller and Bengt Lennartson, “Guest editorial: Automation in green manufacturing,” IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, a Special Issue on Automation in Green Manufacturing (IEEE), Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 1-4, January 2013.

•      E1: James R. Morrison, C.-F. Chien, S. Dauzere-Peres, M. Dawande, H. Ding, J. S. Pettinato, and J. Yi, “Guest editorial: Equipment and operations automation in the semiconductor industry,” IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, a Special Issue on Equipment and Operations Automation in the Semiconductor Industry (IEEE), Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 1-4, January 2011.

 

 

PATENTS PUBLISHED/FILED

•      P16-FILING PROCESS: Models of Clustered Photolithography Tools for Fab-Level Simulation: From Affine to Flow Line, James R. Morrison, Kyungsu Park, Jungyeon Park, and Sang-Yoon Bae forKAIST, process begun June 2016.

•      P15-FILING PROCESS: Exit Recursion Models of Clustered Photolithography Tools for Fab Level Simulation, James R. Morrison, Kyungsu Park, Jungyeon Park, and Sang-Yoon Bae for KAIST, process begun June 2016..

•      P14-FILIED:Communication service apparatus for providing communication service between patient and medical team, James R. Morrison and Hyo Young Kim, South Korean Filing Number 10-2012-0008883, filing date January 30, 2012.

•      P13-FILED: Customer terminal for calculating and displaying waiting time, and waiting time prediction system, James R. Morrison, Kyungsu Park, Jonghoe Kim, Hyoung Kim, Junbeom Ahn, Taehyung An, Jongsang Yoo, Daehan Lee and Jongho Han for KAIST, South Korean Filing Number 10-2012-0003139, filing date January 10, 2012. Outcome of Spring 2011 ED 100 Freshmen Design..  

•      P12-REGISTERED: System and method for recharging remote control mobile unit automatically using magnetic material, James R. Morrison, Paulo Kemper Filho, Koji A. O. Suzuki, Jina Kim and Sangheum Hwang for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1440627-0000, publication date of September 4, 2014. Outcome of Spring 2008 ED 100 Freshmen Design and subsequent Undergraduate Research Proposal grant.

•      P11-REGISTERED: Extensible system and method for recharging remote control mobile unit automatically, James R. Morrison, Paulo Kemper Filho, Koji A. O. Suzuki, Jina Kim and Sangheum Hwang for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1440626-0000, publication date of  September 4, 2014. Outcome of Spring 2008 ED 100 Freshmen Design and subsequent Undergraduate Research Proposal grant.

•      P10-REGISTERED: Hybrid mobile floating port, James R. Morrison, Taesik Lee, Jong Hoe Kim, Minsung Kim, Kyuhyeon Shin and Inkyung Sung for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1113963, publication date of February 1, 2012. Outcome of 2008 KAIST Institute for the Design of Complex Systems research grant and 2008 KAIST High Risk High Return research grants.

•      P9-REGISTERED: Method and apparatus for providing architectures optimizing in mobile harbor system, James R. Morrison, Jong Hoe Kim and Min Sung Kim for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1112159-0000, publication date of January 27, 2012. Outcome of 2009 Korean National Congress Mobile Harbor research grant G8.

•      P8-REGISTERED: Orientation-independent electrical connection device using guaranteed terminal matching, electric charging device and system using the same, James R. Morrison, Koji A. O. Suzuki, Paulo Kemper Filho and Sangheum Hwang for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1098558-0000, publication date of December 19, 2011. Outcome of Spring 2008 ED 100 Freshmen Design and subsequent Undergraduate Research Proposal grant.

•      P7-REGISTERED: Method and apparatus for providing architectures formation in mobile harbor system, James R. Morrison, Tae Sik Lee and Jong Hoe Kim for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1089278-0000, publication date of November 28, 2011. Outcome of 2009 Korean National Congress Mobile Harbor research grant G8.

•      P6-REGISTERED: Hybrid mobile floating port, James R. Morrison, Taesik Lee, Minsung Kim, Jong Hoe Kim, Kyuhyeon Shin and Inkyung Sung for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1068663-0000, publication date of September 22, 2011. Outcome of 2008 KAIST Institute for the Design of Complex Systems research grant and 2008 KAIST High Risk High Return research grants.

•      P5-REGISTERED: Hybrid mobile floating port, James R. Morrison, Taesik Lee, Minsung Kim, Jong Hoe Kim, Kyuhyeon Shin and Inkyung Sung for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1068662-0000, publication date of September 22, 2011. Outcome of 2008 KAIST Institute for the Design of Complex Systems research grant and 2008 KAIST High Risk High Return research grants.

•      P4-REGISTERED: Automatic charging system for remote control mobile units, James R. Morrison, Paulo Kemper Filho, Koji A. O. Suzuki, Jina Kim and Sangheum Hwang for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1046360-0000, publication date of June 28, 2011. Outcome of Spring 2008 ED 100 Freshmen Design and subsequent Undergraduate Research Proposal grant.

•      P3-REGISTERED: System and method for recharging remote control mobile units automatically, James R. Morrison, Paulo Kemper Filho, Koji A. O. Suzuki, Jina Kim and Sangheum Hwang for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-1042287, publication date of June 10, 2011. Outcome of Spring 2008 ED 100 Freshmen Design and subsequent Undergraduate Research Proposal grant.

•      P2-REGISTERED: Automatic charging system for remote control mobile units, James R. Morrison, Paulo Kemper Filho, Koji A. O. Suzuki, Jina Kim and Sangheum Hwang for KAIST, South Korean Patent 10-0998872, publication date of December 1, 2010. Outcome of Spring 2008 ED 100 Freshmen Design and subsequent Undergraduate Research Proposal grant.

•      P1-REGISTERED: Productivity for tool having plurality of processing modules, James R. Morrison, Beverly S. Bortnick and Donald P. Martin for the IBM Corporation, United States Patent 7346413, publication date of March 18, 2008.

 

 

SELECTED REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

 

•         C63-PUBLISHED: Multi-UAV control testbed for persistent UAV presence: ROS GPS waypoint tracking package and centralized task allocation capability, Brad Hyeong-Yun Lee, James R. Morrison and Rajnikant Sharma, Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS’17), Miami, Florida, USA, June 2017, pp. 1742-1750.

        

•         C62-PUBLISHED: Persistent UAV security presence service: Architecture and prototype implementation, Hyorin Park, Brad Hyeong-Yun Lee and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS’17), Miami, Florida, USA, June 2017, pp. 1801-1807.

        

•         C61-PUBLISHED: Mean cycle time approximations for G/G/m queueing networks using decomposition without aggregation with application to fab datasets, Jinho Shin, Dean Grosbard, James R. Morrison and Adar A. Kalir, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, D.C., USA, December 2016, pp. 2685-2696.

        

•         C60-PUBLISHED: Concurrent engineering process optimization (CEPO), Minho Lee, HyoWon Suh and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2016 Winter Conference of Society of CAD/CAM Engineers, Pyeongchang, Gangwon, Korea, January 2016, pp. 1-5.

        

•         C59-PUBLISHED: Cost breakdown structure and optimization modeling of plant modularization, Sang-Yoon Bae, HyoWon Sun and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2016 Winter Conference of Society of CAD/CAM Engineers, Pyeongchang, Gangwon, Korea, January 2016, pp. 1-5.

        

•         C58-PUBLISHED: Simulation studies on model selection in PM planning optimization, Minho Lee, James R. Morrison and Adar A. Kalir, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Huntington Beach, California, USA, December 2015, pp. 2929-2940.

        

•         C57-PUBLISHED: Leverage innovative design thinking to design a technology-enhanced interactive learning environment, Ang Liu, Stephan C.-Y. Lu, James R. Morrison, Wei Wei and Chu-Yi Wang, Proceedings the ASME 2015 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (IMECE 2015), Houston, Texas, USA, November 2015, pp. 1-12.

        

•         C56-PUBLISHED: Markovian modeling of multiclass deterministic flow lines with random arrivals: The case of a single-channel, Sang-Yoon Bae and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2015), Gothenburg, Sweden, August 2015, pp. 649-654.

        

•         C55-PUBLISHED: Modularity to jointly address functional and ecological requirements in the early design stage, Myeon-Gyu Jeong, James R. Morrison and Hyo-Won Suh, Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2015), Gothenburg, Sweden, August 2015, pp. 33-38.

        

•         C54-PUBLISHED: Comparison of team effectiveness between globally distributed and locally distributed engineering project teams, Ang Liu, Yun Dai, James R. Morrison and Stephen C-Y. Liu, Proceedings of the 2015 American Society for Engineering Education International Forum (ASEE 2015), Seattle, Washington, USA, June 2015, pp. 1-13.

        

•         C53-PUBLISHED: Design and evaluation of a cross-cultural and trans-disciplinary global innovation course, Ang Liu, James R. Morrison, Yun Dai and Stephen C-Y. Liu, Proceedings of the 2015 American Society for Engineering Education International Forum (ASEE 2015), Seattle, Washington, USA, June 2015, pp. 1-19.

        

•         C52-PUBLISHED: Decision support scheduling for marintime search and rescue planning with a system of UAVs and fuel service stations: , Seunghyeon Lee and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS’15), Denver, USA, June 2015,pp.1168-1177

          

•         C51-PUBLISHED: Mean cycle time optimization in semiconductor toolsets via PM planning with different cycles: A G/G/m approach and nonlinear program, James R. Morrison, Hungil Kim and Adar A. Kalir, 10th International Conference on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Savannah, Georgia, USA, December 2014, to appear.

       

•         C50-PUBLISHED: On the resources required to provide persistent robotic service: Multiple immobile customers and a single service station, Hyorin Park and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering & Management Systems Conference (APIEMS’14), Jeju, South Korea, October 2014, pp. 1-8.

           

•         C49-PUBLISHED: Towards real time scheduling for persistent UAV service: A rolling horizon MILP approach, RHTA and the STAH heuristic, Byung Duk Song, Jonghoe Kim and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS’14), Orlando, Florida, USA, June 2014.

           

•         C48-PUBLISHED: Location design for emergency medical centers based on category of treatable medical diseases and center capability, Young Dae Ko, Byung Duk Song, James R. Morrison and Hark Hwang, Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory Applications and Practice, October 2013, pp, 540-546.

           

•         C47-PUBLISHED: Approximate life cycle assessment using case-based reasoning for the eco design of products, Myeon-Gyu Jeong, Hyo-Won Suh and James R. Morrison, 9th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2013), Madison, Wisconsin, USA, August 2013.

             

•      C46-PUBLISHED: Equilibrium probabilities in deterministic flow lines with random arrivals, Woo-sung Kim and James R. Morrison, 9th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2013), Madison, Wisconsin, USA, August 2013.

          

•      C45-PUBLISHED: Transient scheduling of single armed cluster tools: Algorithms for wafer residency constraints, Hong-Yue Jin and James R. Morrison, 9th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2013), Madison, Wisconsin, USA, August 2013.

          

•      C44-PUBLISHED: Axiomatic Design and implementation of service-oriented university classes: Emotions and senses, Sang Yoon Bae, Chan-Eon Park, Jukrin Moon and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Axiomatic Design (ICAD2013), June 2013.

          

     C43-PUBLISHED: On the concerted design and scheduling of multiple resources for persistent UAV operations, Jonghoe Kim and James R. Morrison, 2013 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS’13), Atlanta, Georgia, USA, June 2013.

        

•      C42-PUBLISHED: Persistent UAV service: An improved scheduling formulation and prototypes of system components, Byung Duk Song, Jonghoe Kim, Jeongwoon Kim, Hyorin Park, James R. Morrison and David Hyunchul Shim, 2013 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS’13), Atlanta, Georgia, USA, June 2013

        

•      C41-PUBLISHED: Performance bounds for hybrid flow lines: Fundamental behavior, practical features and application to linear cluster tools, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison, 8th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2012), Seoul, South Korea, August 2012, pp. 371-376.

           

•      C40-PUBLISHED: On the throughput of deterministic flow lines with random state dependent setups: Stochastic models and applications, Woo-sung Kim and James R. Morrison, 8th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2012), Seoul, South Korea, August 2012, pp. 650-655.

           

•      C39-PUBLISHED: On the scheduling of systems of heterogeneous UAVs and fuel service stations for long-term mission fulfillment, Jonghoe Kim, Byungduk Song and James R. Morrison, 2012 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS’12), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 2012.

        

•      C38-PUBLISHED: Cluster tool design comparisons via simulation, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison, 7th International Conference on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, December 2011, pp. 1877-1887.

          

•      C37-PUBLISHED: On the fidelity of the AX+B equipment model for clustered photolithography scanners in fab-level simulation, James R. Morrison, 7th International Conference on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, December 2011, 2034-2044.

          

•      C36-PUBLISHED: On cycle time approximations for the failure prone G/G/m queue: Theoretical justification of a practical approximation, Woo-sung Kim and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Control, Automation and System (ICCAS 2011), Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, October 2011, pp. 1558- 1563.

        

•      C35-PUBLISHED: Improving dental service via communication during treatment, Junhong Kim, Philwoong Kang, Hyoyoung Kim and James R. Morrison, 8th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM’11), Tianjin, China, June 2011, pp. 135-140.

          

•      C34-PUBLISHED: Experiments on education as a service, Hyoyoung Kim and James R. Morrison, 8th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM'11), Tianjin, China, June 2011, pp. 166-172.

          

•      C33-PUBLISHED: Performance models for dual-arm cluster tools, Kyungsu Park, Younghun Ahn and James R. Morrison, 2011 World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation (WCICA 2011), Taipei, Taiwan, June 2011.

          

•      C32-PUBLISHED: Automatic battery replacement system for UAVs: Analysis and design, Koji A. O. Suzuki, Paulo Kemper F. and James R. Morrison, 2011 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Denver, Colorado, USA, May 2011.

          

•      C31-PUBLISHED: On the use of Axiomatic Design for eco-design, Mijeong Shin, Mina Azhar, James R. Morrison, Taesik Lee and Hyo Won Suh, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Axiomatic Design, Daejeon, South Korea, March 2011, pp. 79-87.

          

•      C30-PUBLISHED: On equilibrium probabilities in a class of two station closed queueing networks, Woo-sung Kim and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Control, Automation and System (ICCAS 2010), Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, October 2010, pp 237- 242.

          

•      C29-PUBLISHED: Identification of economically promising port architectures via enumeration and capacity evaluation, Jong Hoe Kim and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 1th International Conference on Logistics and Maritime Systems (LOGMS 2010), Busan, South Korea, September 2010.

          

•      C28-PUBLISHED: Capacity and queueing evaluation of port systems with offshore container unloading,  Woo-sung Kim, Jong hoe Kim, Hyoyoung Kim, Hyeyon Kwon and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 1th International Conference on Logistics and Maritime Systems (LOGMS 2010), Busan, South Korea, September 2010.

         

•      C27-PUBLISHED: Performance evaluation of deterministic flow lines: Redundant modules and application to semiconductor manufacturing equipment, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 6th Annual IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2010), Toronto, Canada, August 2010, pp. 45-50.

              

•      C26-PUBLISHED: Analysis of circular cluster tools: Transient behavior and semiconductor equipment models, Young-hun Ahn and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 6th Annual IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2010), Toronto, Canada, August 2010, pp. 39-44.

              

•      C25-PUBLISHED: A framework for stepwise life cycle assessment during product design with case-based reasoning, Myeon-Gyu Jeong, Hyo-Won Suh and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 6th Annual IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE 2010), Toronto, Canada, August 2010, pp. 118-123.

            

•      C24-PUBLSIHED: A design methodology to support environmentally aware product design using Axiomatic Design: eAD+, Mi-jeong Shin, James R. Morrison and Hyo Won Suh, Proceedings of the 2010 ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conference & Computer and Information in Engineering Conference (IDETC/CIE 2010), Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 2010.

          

•      C23-PUBLISHED: Wafer admission control for clustered photolithography tools, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2010 Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference (ASMC 2010), San Francisco, CA, USA, July 2010, pp. 220-225.

          

•      C22-PUBLISHED: UAV consumable replenishment: Design concepts for automated service stations, Paulo Kemper F., Koji A. O. Suzuki and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’10), Dubai, UAE, June 2010, pp. 1-25.

        

•      C21-PUBLSIHED: Control of wafer release in multi cluster tools, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2010 8th IEEE International Conference on Control and Automation (ICCA 2010), Xiamen, China, June 2010, pp. 1481-1487.

          

•      C20-PUBLISHED: Closed form solutions for the equilibrium probability distribution in the closed Lu-Kumar network under two buffer priority policies, Seunghwan Jung and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2010 8th IEEE International Conference on Control and Automation (ICCA 2010), Xiamen, China, June 2010, pp. 1488-1495. 

           

•      C19-PUBLISHED: Equipment models for fab level production simulation: Practical features and computational tractability, James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Austin, Texas, December 2009, pp. 1581-1591. Invited paper.

          

•      C18-PUBLISHED: Regular flow line models for semiconductor cluster tools: A case of lot dependent process times, James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 5th Annual IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, Bangalore, India, August 2009, pp. 561-566.

          

•      C17-PUBLISHED: Decoupling loading/unloading operations from the land-sea interface in port service: The mobile floating port concept, James R. Morrison and Taesik Lee, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Axiomatic Design, April 2009.

       

•      C16-PUBLISHED: Flow lines with regular service times: Evolution of delay, state dependent failure and semiconductor wafer fabrication, James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 4th Annual IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, Washington, D.C., August 2008, pp. 247-252.

            

•      C15-PUBLISHED: Closed reentrant queueing networks under affine index policies: Throughput bounds, examples and asymptotic loss, James R. Morrison and Joshua P. Juen, Proceedings of the International Federation of Automatic Control World Congress, Seoul, South Korea, July 2008, pp. 3574-3579.

              

•      C14-PUBLISHED: On the throughput of clustered photolithography tools: Wafer advancement and intrinsic equipment loss, James R. Morrison and Maruthi K. Mutnuri, Proceedings of the 3rd AnnualIEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, Scottsdale, AZ, September 2007, pp. 88-93.

              

•      C13-PUBLISHED: Performance evaluation of serial photolithography clusters: Queueing models, workload sequencing and throughput, James R. Morrison, Beverly Bortnick and Donald Martin, Proceedings of the 2006IEEE/SEMI Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference, Boston, MA, May 2006, pp. 44-49. 

            

•      C12-PUBLISHED: Approximate cycle time formulae for the G/G/m queue with server failures and constant cycle time offsets with applications, James R. Morrison and Donald Martin, Proceedings of the 2006 IEEE/SEMI Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference, Boston,MA, May 2006, pp. 322-326.

              

•      C11-PUBLISHED: Fluctuation smoothing production control at IBM’s 200mm wafer fabricator: Extensions, application and the multi-flow production index (MFPx), James R. Morrison, Elizabeth Dews and John LaFreniere, Proceedings of the 2006IEEE/SEMI Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference, Boston, MA, May 2006.

              

•      C10-PUBLISHED: Implementation of a fluctuation smoothing production control policy in IBM’s 200mm wafer fab, James R. Morrison, Brian Campbell, Elizabeth Dews and John LaFreniere, Proceedings of the joint 44th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and the European Control Conference, Seville, Spain, 2005.

              

•      C9-PUBLISHED: Linear programming performance bounds for Markov chains with polyhedrally translation invariant transition probabilities and applications to unreliable manufacturing systems and enhanced wafer fab models, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, Proceedings of IMECE2002, New Orleans, LA, 2002.

          

•      C8-PUBLISHED: A Unified approach to linear programming bounds for queueing networks: Systems with polyhedral invariance of transition probabilities, James R. Morrison, P. R. Kumar, Proceedings of the 39th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2000.

          

•      C7-PUBLISHED: New throughput bounds for closed networks, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, Proceedings of the 38thIEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1999.

          

•      C6-PUBLISHED: New performance bounds for semiconductor manufacturing plants: batch tools and setups, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, Proceedings of the 38thIEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1999.

          

•      C5-PUBLISHED: A comparative study of scheduling policies at Motorola fabs, James R. Morrison, Mani Janakiram and P. R. Kumar, Proceedings of the 1999 SMOMS Conference,San Jose,CA, 1999.

        

•      C4-PUBLISHED: Capacity planning and study of scheduling policies using simulation at Motorola's ACT fab, Mani Janakiram and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 1999 SMOMS Conference, San Jose,CA, 1999.

        

•      C3-PUBLISHED: A counterexample to a conjecture of Harrison and Wein, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, Proceedings of the 37thIEEE conference on Decision and Control, 1998.

        

•      C2-PUBLISHED: Guaranteed efficiency in closed reentrant networks, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, Proceedings of the 36thIEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1997.

        

•      C1-PUBLISHED: Stability and performance analysis of queueing networks with virtual multiserver stations, James R. Morrison and P. R. Kumar, Proceedings of the 36thIEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1997.

        

 

 

SELECTED CONFERENCE EXTENDED ABSTRACTS

 

•      AB7: Analysis of the resources required to conduct persistent local surveillance missions with UAVs, Hyorin Park and James R. Morrison, DAPA 2016 International Military Science and Technology Fair, Seoul, Korea, August 4-5, 2016. One of two papers selected for republication in Popular Science Korea September 2016.

•      AB6-TO APPEAR: UAV orchestration for maritime serach and rescue , Seunghyeon Lee, Byungduk  Song, Jonghow Kim, Hyorin Park and James R Morrison,  DAPA 2015 International Military Science and Technologt Fair, Seoul, Korea, August 11-12, 2015  

•    AB5-PUBLISHED: Planning of preventive maintenance activities: Incorporating imperfect maintenance into a G/G/m queueing model with multiple maintenance cycles, Minho Lee and James R. Morrison, Proceedings of the 2014 International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI2014), Taipei, Taiwan, August 16-18, 2014, pp. 1-2.

       

•      AB4-PUBLISHED: Towards an automated and persistent UAV system as a complementary method for border patrol and target tracking, Byungduk Song, Jonghoe Kim, Hyorin Park and James R. Morrison, DAPA 2013 International Military Science and Technology Fair, Seoul, Korea, July 11-12, 2013, pp. 174-176. Received the conference Excellence Award (Grand Prize) for this paper and presentation in the Academic Thesis category.

•      AB3-PUBLISHED: Scheduling wafer release in clustered photolithography tools, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison, 5th Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference (MISTA 2011), Phoenix, Arizona, USA, August 2011, pp. 639-641.

•      AB2-PUBLISHED: A design methodology to support environmentally aware product design using Axiomatic design: eAD+, Mijeong Shin, James R. Morrison and Hyowon Suh, Proceedings of the 2010 Workshop of the Korean Society of CAD/CAM Engineers, January 2010.

•      AB1-PUBLISHED: Port design to decouple(un)loading from the land-sea interface: Floating port with a mobile container transfer unit, Jonghoe Kim, Minsung Kim, Inkyung Sung, Kyuhyeon Shin, James R. Morrison and Taesik Lee, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Maritime Logistics and Supply Chain Systems, April 2009.

 

 

 

PRESENTATIONS (not associated with a conference publication)

 

•      PR22:MDP models for task allocation in persistent robotic security service: State representation and computation, Minjun Kim and James R. Morrison, Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers (KIIE) 2017 Spring Joint Conference, Yeosu, South Korea, April 26-29, 2017. .

•      PR21:Orchestration of systems of unmanned vehicles with consumables: Concepts, models, efficient algorithms and applications, James R. Morrison,  seminar at the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), Daejeon, South Korea, September 22, 2016.

•      PR20: Improved lot residency time predictions in exit recursion models ofmanufacturing equipment for fab-level simulation, Juhyeong Ha, Jiyoon Lee and James R. Morrison, 2016 International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2016), Hsinchu, Taiwan, August 7-10, 2016.

•      PR19: Numerical study to compare global and local perspectives in PM planning optimization forsemiconductor wafer fabricators, Jinho Shin and James R. Morrison,  2016 International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2016), Hsinchu, Taiwan, August 7-10, 2016.

•      PR18: AutoSched AP Research at KAIST on the Optimization of SemiconductorManufacturing Operations, James R. Morrison, Jinho Shin, Minho Lee and Aamir Malik,  2016 June APF RTD & AutoSched AP User Group Webinar, Online, June 8, 2016.

•      PR17: Fab-level preventive maintenance plan optimization,   Jinho Shin and James R. Morrison, 2015International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2015), KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea, October 16-18, 2015.

•      PR16: Exit recursion models of clustered photolithography tools forfab-level simulation, Jung Yeon Park, Kyungsu Park and James R. Morrison,  2015 International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2015), KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea, October 16-18, 2015.

•      PR15: Simulation of three categories of preventive maintenance models andsensitivity analysis, Minho Lee, James Morrison and Adar Kalir, 2015 International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2015), KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea, October 16-18, 2015.

•      PR14: Orchestration of systems of unmanned vehicles with consumables: Concepts, models, efficient algorithms and applications. Graduate seminar, Seoul National University, Department of Industrial Engineering, Seoul, Republic of Korea, July 6, 2015. 

•      PR13: Cycle time and throughput models of clusteredphotolithography tools for fab-level simulation. 2014 IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Taipei, Taiwan, August 21, 2014.

        

•      PR12: Models for the performance of clustered photolithography tools with applications. Plenary talk, 2014 International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI2014), Taipei, Taiwan, August 17, 2014.

        

•      PR11: Modeling and optimization in semiconductor manufacturing. TSMC site visit, Hsinchu, Taiwan, August 15, 2014. Invited by TSMC.

        

•      PR10: Recent directions toward automated life cycle analysis. 2014 International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Taipei, Taiwan, August 18, 2014. Invited talk for a CASE 2014 Workshop on Recent Advances and Emerging Topics in Sustainable Production Automation.

        

•      PR9: Fundamental tradeoffs in PM allocation. Plenary talk, SEMATECH 2014 Manufacturing Week, San Diego, California, USA, February 18, 2014.

•      PR8: Recent directions in the theory of flow lines with applications to semiconductor manufacturing. UIUC ISE Graduate Seminar, Urbana, Illinois, USA, August 22, 2013.

•      PR7: iPodia for global learning: KAIST perspectives. An invited talk at the 2013 Asian Engineering Deans Symposium (AEDS 2013), Seoul, Republic of Korea, May 7, 2013.

•      PR6: Algorithms for wafer release in multicluster tools. 2009 INFORMS Annual Meeting, October 13, 2009. Presented by MS student Kyungsu Park. Invited by session chair.

        

•      PR5: Design of complex stochastic systems: Semiconductor wafer fabrication and port services. 2nd KI International Symposium, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, September 4, 2008.  

        

•      PR4: Design of port services with dramatically increased throughput. Mobile Floating Harbor Workshop IV, Seoul, Republic of Korea, August 13, 2008.  

        

•      PR3: Throughput bounds for closed queueing networks via differential cost function approximation. 2006 INFORMS Annual Meeting, November 8, 2006.   

        

•      PR2: Surmountable heights: Challenges that new OR practitioners face. 2006 INFORMS Annual Meeting Future Practitioner Colloquium, November 4, 2006.  

        

•      PR1: Performance evaluation and control of manufacturing systems: Linear programming performance bounds, surrogates for the differential cost function and batch processing issues. 

o    Seoul National University, Department of Industrial Engineering, Seoul, Republic of Korea, July 8, 2004.

o    Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, July 7, 2004.

 

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE & ACTIVITIES

 

•     Co-chair of IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Technical Committee on Semiconductor Manufacturing Automation. August, 2008 - Present.

o Organize conferences, specialsessions and workshops on TC related topics (see the activities listed below).

o Organize and conduct 1-2meetings of the TC members annually.

o Develop 5 special issueson TC related topics (see Guest Editorials E1, E2 and E3 above)

§Guest editor for a special issue of the International Journal of Industrial Engineering: Theory and Applications (IJIETAP) on selected papers from the 2015 International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2015), to appear in 2016.

§Guest editor for a special issue of Computers & Industrial Engineering (CAIE) on selected papers from the 2014 International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2014), to appear in 2016.

§Guest editor for a special issue of Computers & Operations Research (C&OR) on Application of Quantitative Methods in Semiconductor Manufacturing, published: January 2015.

§Guesteditor for a special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE TASE) on Automation in Green Technology Manufacturing, published: January 2013.

§Leadguest editor for a special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE TASE) on Equipment and Operations Automation in the Semiconductor Industry, January 2011.

    Associate editor for Flexible Services and Manufacturing (Springer). Position accepted July 2015.

    Conferencesteering committee member for the International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS). May 2012 – Present.

    Associate editor for the IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Conference Editorial Board (CEB), January 2017 – December 2019

•     Conferenceservice, 2017

o 14th Intl. Conf. on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, December 2017

§Program committee member

o 13th IEEE Intl. Conf. on Automation Science and Engineering, CASE 2017, Xi’an, China, August 2017

§Co-proposer for a special session on “Semiconductor manufacturing automation, big data analytics, and smart production”

§Associate editor for 9 papers

§Reviewer for 1 paper

o Intl. Conf. on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS 2017), Miami, FL, USA, June 2017

§Program co-chair

§ Associate editor for 4 contributed papers, 14 invited papers and 4 invited session proposals

§Reviewer for 58 papers

§Session chair for UAS Applications

    Conferenceservice, 2016

o 13th Intl. Conf. on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, D.C., USA, December 2016

§Program committeemember

o 12th IEEE Intl. Conf. on Automation Science and Engineering, CASE 2016, Texas, USA, August 2015

§Program committeemember

o 5th Intl. Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2016), Taipei, Taiwan, August 2016

§Organizing committee: Publicity chair

§Awards committee (review 4 papers and serve on committee)

o Intl. Conf. on UnmannedAircraft Systems (ICUAS 2016), Arlington, VA, USA, June 2016

§Organizing committee: Associate editor forWorkshops and Tutorials

    Conference service, 2015

o 12th Intl. Conf. on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Huntington Beach, California, USA, December 2015

§Program committee member (reviewer for 1 paper)

o 4th Intl. Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI 2015), KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea, October 2015

§Organizing committee: General chair

§Awards committee (review 8 papers and sit on committee)

o 11th IEEE Intl. Conf. on Automation Science and Engineering, CASE 2015, Gothenburg, Sweden, August 2015

§Organizingcommittee: Program co-chair

§Special sessions associate editor (AE and reviewer for 25 special session proposals)

§Awards committee (review 9 papers and sit on committee)

§Session co-chair for Special Session on Simulation Optimization and Building Automation IV

o Intl. Conf. on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, ICUAS’15, Denver, Colorado,USA, May 2015

§Organizingcommittee: Tutorial/Workshop chair

§Session chair for UAS Navigation – III

§Reviewer (3 papers)

 

    Conference service, 2014

o 11th Intl. Conference on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, December 2014

§Organizing committee: Conference co-Chair

o 10th IEEE Intl. Conf. on Automation Science and Engineering, CASE 2014, Taipei, Taiwan, August 2014

§Organizing committee: Publicity Chair

o Intl. Conf. on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, ICUAS’14, Orlando, Florida, USA, May 2014

§Organizing committee: Program co-Chair

    Conference service, 2013

o 9th IEEE Intl. Conf. on Automation Science and Engineering, CASE 2013, Madison, WI, USA, August 2013

§ Organizing committee: Special Sessions Chair (Guide the development of 18 special sessions)

§Student-Postdoc Support Award Committee (Help determine which students get travel support)

§Program committee: Editor (80 papers), Reviewer (3 papers)

§Proposing co-chair for special session on “Markovian and Queueing Models for Semiconductor Manufacturing Systems”

§Lead IEEE TC Semiconductor Manufacturing Automation to develop 3 other special sessions

o Intl. Conf. on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, ICUAS’13, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, May 2013

§ Organizing committee: Invited Sessions Chair (Develop 2 invited sessions)

§ Reviewer for 3 papers

o 7th Intl. Conference on Axiomatic Design, ICAD 2013), Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, June 2013

§ International Program Committee (Reviewer for 6 papers)

•      Conference service, 2012

o NSF Workshop on the Frontiers of Stochastic Systems, Networks and Control, Texas A&M University, October 2012, Organizing committee member

o 8th IEEE Intl. Conf. on Automation Science and Engineering, CASE 2012, Seoul, South Korea, August 2012

§ Organizing committee: Workshop chair

§ Awards committee

§ Session chair for special session on Advances in Semiconductor Manufacturing Automation.

§ Session co-chair for special session on Modeling and Analysis of High Technology Manufacturing.

§ Session co-chair for special session on Advances in Process Control.

§ Program committee member (Associate Editor for 12 papers, Reviewer for 16 papers).

o 9th Intl. Conference on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, Berlin, Germany, December 2012

§ Program committee member (Reviewer for 4 papers)

•      Conference service, 2011

o   8th Intl. Conference on Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing (MASM), Winter Simulation Conference, December 2011

§  Panel Member for panel on “Challenging Issues and Emerging Trends in Modeling and Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing.

§  Session Chair for session entitled “Fab Modeling and Control”.

§  Session Chair for session entitled “Equipment Modeling”.

§  Program committee member (Associate Editor).

§  IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2011: Program committee member.

o   Multidisciplinary Intl. Scheduling Conf. (MISTA), August 2011: Track chair on Semiconductor Scheduling.

o   6th International Conference on Axiomatic Design (ICAD 2011), March 2011: Program committee member.

o   21st CIRP Design Conference, March 2011: Program committee member.

•      Conference service, 2010

o   2010 IEEE International Conference Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), August, 2010.

§  Program committee member (Associate Editor) and Session Chair for track on Automation in Green Technology

§  Session chair for track on Semiconductor Manufacturing

o   Program committee member (Associate Editor and Track Chair) for track on Reducing Cost and Maximizing Equipment Productivity at the IEEE/SEMI Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference (ASMC), San Francisco, CA, USA, July 2010.

o   Program committee member (Associate Editor and Track Chair) for track on Factory Modeling and Automation at the 8th IEEE International Conference on Control and Automation, Xiamen, China, June 2010.

o   Program committee member (Associate Editor) for 2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May, 2010.

•      Conference service, 2009 and before

o   Program committee member (Track Co-Chair) for track on Automation in Meso, Micro and Nano at the 2009 IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, August, 2009.

o   Program committee member (Associate Editor) for semiconductor subject track at the 2008 IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, August, 2008.

o   Session chair at the 2007 IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, September 23, 2007.

o   Invited panel member at INFORMS Annual Meeting Future Practitioner Colloquium, November 4, 2006

o   Session chair at 2006 Stochastic Networks Conference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, June 19-24, 2006

•      Member, IEEE – 2000 to present, Student Member – 1995 – 2000

•      Member, INFORMS – 2004 to 2009

 

•      Journal peerreview service, 2015: Conduct 15 reviews for Computers and Industrial Engineering (C&IE), IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE TASE), IIE Transactions, International Journal on Industrial Engineering: Theory, Applications and Practice (IJIETAP), International Journal of Production Research (IJPR), Journal of Engineering Design (JED)

•      Journal peerreview service, 2014: Conduct 14 reviews for Computers and Operations Research (C&OR), IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE TASE), IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing (IEEE TSM), IIE Transactions, International Journal on Industrial Engineering: Theory, Applications and Practice (IJIETAP), International Journal of Production Research (IJPR), Journal of Engineering Design (JED), Unmanned Systems Journal (US), Applied Mathematical Modeling (AMA)

•      Journal peerreview service, 2013: Conduct 9 reviews for IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE TASE), IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing (IEEE TSM), IIE Transactions, International Journal of Production Research (IJPR), International Journal of Sustainable Transportation (IJST), Applied Mathematical Modeling (AMA), Electronics

•      Journal peerreview service, 2012: Conduct 6 reviews for IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing (IEEE TSM), IIE Transactions, International Journal of Production Research (IJPR), Transportation Research C

•      Journal peerreviewer service, 2011: Conduct 6 reviews for Flexible Services and Manufacturing (FS&M), IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE TASE), IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing (IEEE TSM), IIE Transactions, International Journal of Production Research (IJPR)

•      Journal peerreviewer service, 2010 and before: IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (IEEE TAC), IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE TASE), IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing (IEEE TSM), Operations Research, Operations Research (OR) Spectrum

 

 

 

 

DETAILS OF RELEVANT ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE

September 2013 to present – Chair, Technical Advisory Board of SmartFabs Corporation, College Station, TX, USA.

 

Spring 2008 to present – Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Daejeon, South Korea

Associate Professor, (March 1, 2011 – Present), Assistant Professor (January 28, 2008 – February 28, 2011)

·        Appointments

o   Primarily in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, KAIST, Spring 2008 – Present

o   Jointly in the KAIST Institute for the Design of Complex Systems, Spring 2009 – Spring 2013

o   Jointly in the Department of Ocean Systems Engineering, KAIST, Spring 2009 – Spring 2013

o   Jointly in the Department of Intelligent Service Engineering, KAIST, Spring 2010 – Spring 2013

o   Jointly in the KAIST Institute for Disaster Studies, Spring 2015 – Present

·        Awards A1 – A12 received while at KAIST

·        Research accomplishments (see above for details)

o   Journal articles J6 – J25 published while at KAIST

o   Guest editorials E1 – E3 published while at KAIST

o   Grants G3 – G19 received while at KAIST (Feb 2008 through August 2015 – about 8 years)

§  Total funds received: KRW 984,453,000 in total, KRW 123,056,625/year

§  External funds: KRW 525,953,000 in total, KRW 65,744,125/year

§  HRHRP funds: KRW 278,500,000 in total, KRW 34,812,500/year

§  Internal funds: KRW 180,000,000 in total, KRW 22,500,000/year

o   Grants for undergraduate projects UG1 – UG7 received while at KAIST

§  KRW 46,000,000 in total, KRW 5,750,000/year

o   Conference papers C15 – C58 published while at KAIST

o   Extended conference abstracts AB1 – AB6 accepted while at KAIST

o   Patents P2 – P12 published and patents P13 – P15 submitted while at KAIST

o   Presentations PR4 – PR14 given while at KAIST, including 2 plenary talks (PR9, PR11)

·        External service activities while at KAIST (see above for details)

o   Co-chair of IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Technical Committee on Semiconductor Manufacturing Automation (TC-SMA). August, 2008 - Present

o   Associate editor for Flexible Services and Manufacturing (Springer). Position accepted July 2015.

o   Conference steering committee member for the International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS). May 2012 – Present

o   Serve on the program committee for 19 conferences

o   Serve on the organizing committee for 11 conferences

o   Develop 5 special sessions at conferences

o   Serve as session/track chair for 15 sessions at conferences

o   Conduct 45 reviews for journals from 2010 – present

·        Service activities for KAIST: Serve as an international relations point of contact for the KAIST ISysE department, 2011 - present

o   Develop department level dual degree programs with TU/e, TUB and INSA Lyon

o   Support development of MoU with Old Dominion University with Prof. Il Chul Moon (2012)

o   Publicize, conduct and support the department dual degree and foreign exchange programs

o   Organize lunch and dinner meetings (2/semester) with ISysE Foreign Exchange and Regular Foreign students

o   Organize the annual department Halloween costume party 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.

·        Course development:

o   IE 523 Production System Design, Fall 2015: Developed all materials

o   IE 481 Principles and Practices of Design and Communication (university service class), Spring 2013 – 2016

§  Lead the development of this iPodia course at KAIST

§  Employs the iPodia multi-university course format (18 students each from PKU, USC and KAIST jointly participate in this group project oriented course)

§  Outcomes from this next generation educational concept include C53, C54, C57

o   IE 452 System Design Project, Spring 2014: Develop and teach this course jointly with the State University New York (SUNY) at Binghamton

o   IE 332 Operations Research II (Stochastic Models)

§  Implement course optimization method to improve customer satisfaction in Fall 2014 resulting in a statistically significant increase in Course Evaluation from 4.53 (2012) to 4.61 (2014)

§  Conference paper C34 and journal paper in preparation

o   IE 200 Introduction to Operations Research (sophomore level university service class)

§  Develop all course materials including lectures, homework, solutions and exams

§  Course enrollment increased from 95 students in Spring 2008 to 295 students in Spring 2009!

§  Develop new concepts for university classes using emotional and sensory input and implement in IE 200 starting Spring 2012 resulting in Course Evaluation score increasing from 4.45 to 4.67

§  Example course evaluation comments: “THE best class [I]’ve ever taken…”, “Too difficult exam… Too many assignments…”, “I had much fun in learning OR”, “I will always remember your saying that engineers should use their gifts for other people”, “It was my pleasure to attend class”, “I could learn many things about Operations Research and the class made me think about many other things (I stated to donate money to the World Vision charity after the class)”, “Even though I was sleepy, the class just dragged my attention”, “Thanks to the course, the content was much easier to learn”, “It is unbelievable for a college lecture to be so fresh and fun”, “Best of the best!”, “I loved every thing about this class!”

§  Journal paper almost ready for submission, Conference paper C44 published based on this approach

o   ED 100 Introduction to Engineering Design and Communication project section (freshman level university service class)

§  Develop  materials for project section (for 3 semesters based on different projects each time)

§  Awards A3 and A4: “Outstanding Project Advisor” (one award out of 26 faculty advisors)

§  Awards A3 and A4: My two TAs awarded “Outstanding Project TAs” (six awards out of ~50 TAs)

§  Two of my project teams receive course awards: Presidential Design and Best Paper

§  Undergraduate Research UG1 and UG3 based on projects from this class

§  Outcomes from research conducted with undergraduate students following ED 100: Journal papers J8 and J10, Patent applications P2 – P7, Conference papers C22,  C32, C35

Fall 2005 to Fall 2007Department of Engineering and Technology, Central Michigan University

Assistant Professorof Electrical Engineering

 

   Research/grant accomplishments detailed above

                  § Oversee independent study (two graduate students), advise two masters students (leads to conference paper C15).

                  § Oversee undergraduate student research leading to conference paper C16.

 

   Course development : Develop all course materials for senior-level Automatic Control Systems course, junior-level Signal and System Theory course and junior-level Microprocessor Fundamentals course

   Department and College service

                  §Member of College Curriculum, Department Accreditation and Electrical Engineering Hiring Committees

                  § Electrical Engineering Curriculum Committee: Lead the development of over a dozen modifications to courses (proposals for new courses and modifications to                 existing ones) and related curriculum changes

                  § Founding Faculty advisor for IEEE student group – Found new branch, encourage projects/activities

 

Fall 2002 and Spring 2005 - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Vermont

Adjunct Assistant Professor while at IBM

 

2000 to 2005 – International Business Machines, Incorporated (IBM),Burlington, VT

Advisory Development/Staff Engineer - Manufacturing Methods, Production Control and Capacity Planning

   Optimization, control, modeling, simulation and planning support for semiconductor manufacturing plant.

   Drive and lead technological development of a new production control (scheduling) software product for wafer fab based on Fluctuation Smoothing methodology. Cycle time mean and variation reduced by 10% and 50%, respectively.

   Performance evaluation and measurement of cluster tools: Patent P1 received.

   Develop nonlinear optimization algorithm (finite step convergence guaranteed) for multi-recipe batch tools and create software solution – implementation results in batch size increase (50%) and chemical spending savings (33%).

   Lead and support productivity engineering team to increase capacity of ion implant toolsets.

   Develop optimal control policy for batch tools with operating costs.

 

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