GRANTS AND CONTRACTS:

South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company, “Risk informed nuclear asset valuation”, with Erich Schneider, 2012, $650,000.

South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company, “Risk informed nuclear asset valuation”, with Erich Schneider, 2011, $466,737.

NSF, “Collaborative research: Decision-dependent stochastic processes - inference and optimization”, with P. Damien, (equal share), 2009-2012, $311,743.

South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company, Risk Management, “Risk informed nuclear asset management”, $177,929 (individual award), 2003-2010.

NSF/DNDO, “ARI-MA: Interdicting smuggled nuclear material”, with D. Morton and E. Schneider, (equal share), $1,902,923, 2007 – 2012.

EPRI, “Project asset management for electric power generation”, with D. Morton, (equal share), $140,165, 2006 – 2010.

NRC, “Development of a nuclear certificate for nuclear safety, nuclear security, and nuclear environmental protection within a Mechanical Engineering department”, with S. Landsberger, S. Biegalski, Kendra Foltz-Biegalski, Michael Krause, (equal share), $200,000, 2007 – 2008.

NSF, “CIEG Supplement: Parallel algorithms for project prioritization in electric power generation”, with D. Morton, (equal share), $15,000, 2007 – 2008.

UT Austin and Tate Foundation, “Data mining combinations derived from the medicinal algorithmic combinatorial screen (MACS)”, with P. Damien and R. Zinner, (equal share), $20,000, 2007 – 2008.

NSF: "Risk informed nuclear asset management models and methods", with D. Morton and P. Damien, (equal share), $370,340, 2005-2008.

Standard Aero, “Maintenance program optimization”, $10,000, (individual award), 2004.

National Science Foundation, “Stochastic network interdiction models for homeland security”, with D. Morton and W. Charlton, (equal share), $99,960, 2002 – 2004.

Advanced Research Program, Mathematics Division, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, “Adaptive recursive filters for data mining”, $44,820, (individual award), 2000 – 2002.

The University of Texas at Austin, FAST – TEX grant to develop a web site for teaching Probability and Statistics for Engineers, an undergraduate course, 10 student hours, Spring 2000.

The University of Texas at Austin, Faculty Development Program, "Simulation and optimization techniques for designing and scheduling a manufacturing system under uncertainty", $12,806, 1998.

Advanced Technology Program, Manufacturing Program, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, "Designing a predictive preventive maintenance program for a system with several sources of uncertainty", $101,750, (individual award), 1996 – 1998.

DOE and National Renewable Energy Lab, "Focus fleet study – propane QVM vehicles project", with R. Matthews, (equal share), $216,991, 1996 – 1998.

Southwestern Bell, "Building and validating models of operation processes at Southwestern Bell", with V. Tardif and D. Morton, (equal share), $52,822, 1996 – 1997.

The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Engineering Research, “Research Initiation Grant”, $5,000, 1995 – 1997.

The University of Texas at Austin, College of Engineering, “Special Equipment Grant”, $50,000, 1995 – 1997.