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Sponsored Research

On-going
  • The Conoco Phillips/OSU Data Analytics Collaboration,” $675,000, July 1, 2019-June 30, 2022, ConocoPhillips, S.S. Heragu and R. Wilson (PIs).
  • FLAT: Freight Lane Assignment Tool,” $163,730, January 13, 2020-Augst 16, 2020, TreeHouse Foods, Inc, B. Balasundaram (PI), A. Buchanan, (co-PI), S.S. Heragu, (co-PI).

 


Completed
  • 3. “Optimization-Based Aggregate Mater Planning Tools for Bay Valley Foods, LLC,” $209,090, October 1, 2017-September 30, 2018, Bay Valley Foods, LLC, B. Balasundaram (PI), A. Buchanan, (co-PI), S.S. Heragu, (co-PI).
  • “Velocity Project: Phase 1,” $139,000, November 1, 2012-October 30, 2013, General Electric, S.S. Heragu, (Project Director and PI), co-PIs (G.W. Evans and L. Bai).
  • RFID Technology Center at the University of Louisville” $1.72 million, Oct 2010-Mar 30, 2014, Defense Logistics Agency, S.S. Heragu, (Project Director and PI), co-PIs (G.W. Evans and J.S. Usher). 
  • “Real-time Decision Support System for Use in Healthcare and Public Health,” (see rtdss.org) $3.3 million, January 5, 2010-June 5, 2013, funding provided by the Kentucky Critical Infrastructure Protection Program, managed by the National Institute for Hometown Security for the US Department of Homeland Security. S.S. Heragu (Project Director and PI), co-PIs (Drs. S.M. Alexander, R.L. Carrico, L. Chen, G.W. DePuy, G.W. Evans, S. LaJoie, W.P. McKinney and J.S. Usher). 
  • “University Transportation Center – A Multimodal Transportation and Infrastructure Consortium” $3.5 million, Jan 2012-Dec 31, 2012, U.S. Department of Transportation, R.H. Plymale PI (Marshall University, Lead Institution), J. Crabtree, co-PI (University of Kentucky), J.P. Mohsen, Z. Sun, L. Cohn, M. French, L. Bai and S.S. Heragu co-PIs (University of Louisville – UofL’s portion of the funding is $250,000).
  • “Unified Incident Command Decision Support Systems Evaluation” $50,000, Oct 2012-Dec 2012, funding provided by the Kentucky Critical Infrastructure Protection Program, managed by the National Institute for Hometown Security for the US Department of Homeland Security. S.S. Heragu (Project Director and PI), co-PI (Dr. R.R. Kelley).   
  • “Collaborative Proposal: EArly-concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER): Design Principles for Warehouses with Autonomous Vehicles (WAVE)”, $260,000, October 1, 2009-September 30, 2012, National Science Foundation, S.S. Heragu (Project Director) and A. Krishnamurthy (University of Wisconsin-Madison).
  • “Incident Management & Decision Support System – Health (IMDSS-H), $1.7 million, September 1, 2010 – March 31, 2012, funding provided by the Kentucky Critical Infrastructure Protection Program, managed by the National Institute for Hometown Security for the US Department of Homeland Security. James Gantt (Project Director and PI), UofL is subcontractor and S.S. Heragu is PI for UofL’s subcontract budgeted at $100,000.
  • Conceptualization Tools for Unit Load Warehouse Design Based on Autonomous Vehicle Technology, $340,350, Aug 2005-July 2009, National Science Foundation. S.S. Heragu, A. Krishnamurthy (University of Wisconsin-Madison, Director) and Charles J. Malmborg (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
  • CELDi Collaborative Supplemental Research: Studying the Impact of RFID in the Design and Analysis of Next Generation Distribution and Logistical Systems, $149,911, Oct 2008-Sept 2009, National Science Foundation, S.S. Heragu and Ricki Ingalls (Oklahoma State University)
  • Center for Logistics and Distribution (CELDi) - Renewal, $100,000, June 2007-July 2011, National Science Foundation. S.S. Heragu (Site Director) and J.S. Usher
  • Center for Logistics and Distribution (CELDi), $405,000, July 2002-June 2007, National Science Foundation. S.S. Heragu (Site Director), J.S. Usher, and D. Taylor (Past Directors)
  • Analysis of Trucking Strategies at General Electric, $50,000, Sept 2006-Mar 2008, S.S. Heragu (Project Director) and G.W. Evans, General Electric Corporation
  • Software for Estimating Performance Measures in a Manufacturing System, $50,000, Nov 2007-Oct 2008, S.S. Heragu (Project Director) and L. Chen, Factory Physics, Inc
  • Quantifying the costs and benefits of product variety on key performance measures, $50,000, Nov 2008-Mar 2009, Emcien, S.S. Heragu (Project Director), G.W. Evans
  • International Collaborative Efforts in Materials Handling, $93,662, 1 year, October 2001-Sept 2003, National Science Foundation, Principal Investigator and Director: S.S. Heragu
  • Next Generation Factory Layouts (NGFL), $0.6 million, 4 years, October 1999-September 2003, National Science Foundation. Prinicipal investigators are: S. Benjafaar (Director), S.S. Heragu, M.E. Posner and S.A. Irani
  • Intelligent Agent Modeling Framework for Agile Manufacturing Systems, $426,830, 3 years, April 1999-March 2003, National Science Foundation. Principal Investigator and Director: S.S. Heragu, Co-PI: R.J. Graves
  • Electronics Agile Manufacturing Research Institute (EAMRI), $11 million, 5 years, January 1994-1999, sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) and Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). Principal Investigators are: R.J. Graves (Director), M. Hardwick, D. Millard and A. Sanderson. S.S. Heragu was co-investigator and participated from 1996-1999
  • Software Gifts for Supporting Curriculum Development Activities in Manufacturing Systems Engineering, $181,585 Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Education Foundation, Dearborn, MI, July 1995-June 1996. Principal Investigators are: S.S. Heragu (Director), R.J. Graves and C.J. Malmborg
    Integrative, Experientially Focused Instruction in Manufacturing Engineering through Manufacturing Expert Support, $1.2 million, January 1994-December 1996, National Science Foundation (NSF), Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) and Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), Principal Investigators are: R.J. Graves, J. Haddock, S.S. Heragu and C.J. Malmborg (director).
    Software Gifts for Supporting Curriculum Development Activities in Manufacturing Systems Engineering", Software valued at $9,500 funded by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Education Foundation, Dearborn, MI, July 1996-June 1997. Principal Investigators are: S.S. Heragu (Director), J. Haddock and C.J. Malmborg
  • Integrating the Grouping and Layout Problems in the Design of a Cellular Manufacturing System", $61,765, June 92-Aug 93, Welch Allyn Medical Division and New York State Science and Technology Foundation
  • Multi-Media Based Tools for Integration of Technology, Analysis and Design in Materials Handling Engineering Education”, $559,729, 3 years, Oct 1, 1999-Sep 30, 2003, National Science Foundation. Principal Investigator and Director: S.S. Heragu, Co-PIs: R.J. Graves and C.J. Malmborg