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Langston University [Top]
Nancy Alexander
Program Manager, School of Agriculture/Center for Outreach Programs

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Wilson Brewer
Assistant Director for Research, Transportation center of Excellence
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John Coleman
Associate Professor & Chairperson, Chemistry

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, Theoretical Physical Chemistry, 1976
• Director, Summer Mathematics & Science Academics
• Chairman, Chemical & Biohazards Committee

Research Resources:

• Chemistry Laboratory Interests
• Theoretical, physical, and organic chemistry
• Molecular orbital theory
• Extended huckel, X-Ray diffraction, Spectroscopic methods.
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Clarence Hedge

Profile:

• Assistant Professor and Chairman of the Department of Technology, Langston University

Qualifications:

• Ed.D., Oklahoma State University, Education
• M. Ed., Central State University (Oklahoma)
• B.S., North Eastern State College

Research Resources:

• Technology-oriented resources at Langston University
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Dennis Howard
Assistant Administrator Director, School of Agriculture, Research, & Natural Resources
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Alex Lewis
Director/ Professor, School of Education- Graduate
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Philip Lewis
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Sharon Lewis

Profile:

• Assistant Professor, Chemistry (2003)

Qualification:

• Ph.D. (Chemistry and Biochemistry), 2002, The University of Oklahoma
• M.S. (Chemistry and Biochemistry), 1997, The University of Oklahoma
• B.S. (Zoology), 1986, Howard University

Interests:

• Recycled asphalt
• Warm mix asphalt
• Asphalt chemistry

Research Resources:

• Asphalt Chemistry Lab (being developed)
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Yvonne Montgomery
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Darlington "Chongo" Mundende
Associate Professor and Director, Center for Outreach Program

Research Interests:

  • Rural Development,
  • Population mobility
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Robert Overton

Profile:

• Associate Director, Computer Technology Integration
• Assistant Professor, Educational Technology

Interest:

• Educational technology
• Online course management, design and development
• Multimedia production for education

Qualifications:

• Ed.D. candidate*, Oklahoma State University, College of Education
• Industry experience in multimedia
• Research resources

*2005 projected graduation
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Ebrahim (Abe) Soltani

Profile:

• Associate Professor/ Director of Computer Education Technology, School of Education and Behavioral Sciences
• Director of Computer Technology Integration

Qualification:

• Ph.D., Computer Education and Technology, Kansas State University, 1995
• M.S, Industrial Management Engineering, Central Missouri State University, 1987

Interests:

• Educational Technology Training
• Design and production of educational training materials
• Design and Production of interactive multimedia and web-course environments
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Pierre Tiako

Profile:

• Director/ Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Information Science, Langston University
• Director of the Center for Information Technology Research

Qualifications:

• Founder of the International Workshop series in software process technology
• Published over 40 scholarly papers
• Co-edited four proceedings volumes
• Served as program chair for several international conferences and workshops at Langston University

Research Resources:

• Center for Information Technology Research

Interests:

• Urban transportation
• Supply chain
• Business intelligences
• Electronic commerce
• Software process models
• Tool integration
• Embedded systems
• E-business
• Trading alliances
• Real-time multimedia applications
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Kay Wachtstetter

Profile:

• Assistant Director of Transportation Center for outreach, Agricultural Research

Qualifications:

• Received several highway construction (non-transit) projects as a Principle Investigator (PI)
• Policy Analyst, Oklahoma Transportation Center, Langston University, 2001-2003
• Research Assistant, Oklahoma Transportation Center, Langston University, 2000-2001

Research Resources:

• ODOT-supported Summer Intern Program

Interests:

• Distance learning
• Visual quality in noise barrier design
• Public perceptions of relocation during highway construction
• Highway safety
• Highway construction cost analysis
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Clark Williams
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Oklahoma State University [Top]
Allen Apblett

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry

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Rifat Bulut
Assistant Professor, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering
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Johnathan Comer
Professor/ Coordinator of Graduate Studies, Department of Geography

Research Interests:

  • Topical: Economic Geography -- location analysis, professional sports/stadium issues, highway bypasses
  • Methodological: Quantitative Methods -- spatial analysis, spatial statistics
  • Regional: United States -- economic and urban geography

Qualifications:

• Ph.D. Geography, The Ohio State University, 1994
• M.A. Geography, The Ohio State University, 1990
• B.A. Geography, Indiana University, 1988

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Stephen Cross
Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Research Interests:

  • Pavement construction,
  • Cold mix recycling,
  • Asphalt mix design, and
  • Mixture characterization

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Auburn University, 1992
• M.S. Civil Engineering, University of Arkansas
• B.S. in Civil Engineering, University of Arkansas
• Civil Engineer, U.S. Forest Service
• Geotechnical Engineer, consulting firms
• Senior Research Associate, National Center for Asphalt Technology
• Faculty, Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, University of Kansas
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Robert Emerson
Associate Professor, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering

Research Interests:

  • Timber and concrete engineered structures
  • Nondestructive evaluation of structural materials and structural engineering concepts in durable and affordable housing

Qualifications:

• Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, Washington State University
• M.S. in Civil Engineering, Washington State University
• B.S. in Civil Engineering, University of Oklahoma
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Jay Hanan
Assistant Professor, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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Ricki Ingalls

Profile:

• Associate Professor, Industrial Engineering& Management

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Management Science, University of Texas at Austin, 1999
• Director, Center for Engineering Logistics & Distribution (CELDi), Oklahoma State University
• Served as a co-editor, Winter Simulation Conference, 2004
• Past employment experiences at Compaq, SEMATECH, General Electric, Motorola Research Resources
• Center for Engineering Logistics & Distribution

Interests:

• Supply chain modeling & analysis
• Qualitative discrete event simulation
• Large scale systems modeling
• Simulation methodologies

[Email][Website][CV]
Manjunath Kamath

Profile:

• Director, School of Industrial Engineering & Management Qualifications:
• Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1989.
• Master of Engineering, Automation, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, 1984.
• Bachelor of Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India, 1982.

Interest:

• Stochastic modeling and Queuing theory
• Performance Modeling of Manufacturing Systems and Supply Chains
• Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation
• Petri net Modeling
• Information Systems
[Email][Website]
James Kong
Assistant Professor, School of Industrial Engineering& Management

Research Interests:

  • Modeling, synthesis, and diagnosis for large and complex manufacturing systems
  • Estimation and predictive modeling for nonlinear/nonstationary micro/nano manufacturing processes
  • Data mining and machine learning for health care applications
  • Applied statistics and quality engineering
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Tyler Ley
Assistant Professor, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering
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Tieming Liu
Associate Professor, School of Industrial Engineering & Management
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Nicholas Materer
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry
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Bruce Russell

Profile:

• Associate Professor, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 1992
• MS in Civil Engineering, Rice University
• BS in Civil Engineering, Rice University
• Chair, American Concrete Institute (ACI), Publications Committee & Joint ACI/ ASCE Committee 423, Prestressed Concrete
• Served on Board of Directors for the North American Strand Producers Association
• Received four professional honors & awards
• Received more than 15 projects (over $1 Million)
• Over 45 publications, including referenced journal papers, research reports, conference proceedings, and presentations

Interests:

• Highway bridges
• Prestressed concrete structures
• High performance concrete
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Weihua Sheng
Assistant Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests:

  • Mobile Robotics
  • Sensor Networks
  • Embedded Computing
  • Computational Intelligence
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Donald Snethen

Profile:

• Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Oklahoma State University

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Oklahoma State University, 1972
• M.S. in Civil Engineering, Oklahoma State University
• B.S. in Civil Engineering, Oklahoma State University
• Coordinator, Graduate Program, Civil Engineering, Oklahoma State University
• Served on Committee on Ground Failure Hazards Mitigation Research
• Consulting services concentrating on post-damage investigations of soils-related problems.
• Research Civil Engineer, US Army Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station

Interests:

• Classical soil mechanics
• Partially saturated soil behavior
• Soil improvement
• Geosynthetics
• earthwork quality control
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Avdhesh K Tyagi
Associate Professor, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Interests:

  • Finite element modeling,
  • GIS applications to surface water modeling,
  • Fuzzy theory to ground water modeling, remediation of hazardous waste sites, bridge and culvert and scour modeling
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Ranji Vaidyanathan
School of Materials Science and Engineering
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John Veenstra

Profile:

• Professor/ Head, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Iowa, 1992
• M.S. in Civil Engineering, University of Iowa
• B.S. in Biology, Iowa State University
• Coordinator, Graduate Program, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Oklahoma State University
• Chairman, Environmental Division of the Civil Committee, National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying
• Associate Editor, ASCE's Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste Management
• PI/Co-PI on projects funded by OC/ALC, Tinker Air Force Base through subcontracts with CACI, CASI, and CH2MHill, National Science Foundation, Army Corps of Engineers, Amoco Research, USGS (Oklahoma Water Resources Institute), Integrated Petroleum Environmental Consortium, and OSU Center for Water Research
• Supervised 78 MS & 10 Ph.D. graduates
• Received the Jack Edward McKee Award for the most significant publication in the area of groundwater treatment
• Performed consulting services for municipal, industrial, governmental, and engineering firm clients

Interests:

• Water treatment operations
• Disinfection by-products
• Air emissions monitoring & modeling
• Use of plasma reactors as an air pollution control technology
• Remediation of soils contaminated with heavy metals
• Environmental cleanup of hydrocarbons
• Sludge dewatering processes
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Sarangan Venkatesh

Profile:

• Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, Penn State University

Interest:

• Wireless Mobile Ad hoc and Sensor Networks
• Active and Passive RFID systems
• Internet Computing: Routing, QoS, Security, Pricing
• Mobile Databases
• High Speed Transport Protocols
• Queueing analysis of networks
• Game Theory
[Email][Website]
Kelvin Wang
Gilbert, Cooper, W& W Steel Professor, School of Civil And Environmental Engineering
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John Antonio

Profile:


• Professor, School of Computer Science
• Director, Institute of Oklahoma Technology Applications (IOTA)

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., PE , Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1989
• M.S., Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1986
• B.S., Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1984
• Received three awards for excellence in engineering teaching
• Over $2.5 million funding received and over 15 proposals funded
• Co-authored over 65 publications
• Conference organization activities
• Consulting activities

Research Resources:

• SWAP Laboratory and adaptive computing systems program
• Center for Infrastructure Protection and Hardening through Education and Research (CIPHER)

Interests:

• Embedded High Performance Computing
• Low-power and Power-aware Computing
• Reconfigurable Computing
[Email][Website]
Mohammed Attiquzzaman
Professor, School of Computer Science
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David Baldwin

Profile:

• Associate Professor, School of Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering Qualifications:
• Ph.D., Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of Virginia, 1993
• M. S., Mechanical & Aerospace Engr., The University of Virginia, 1990
• B. S., Mechanical Engineering , The University of Virginia, 1983
• Over $3.1 million funding received
• Director of Center for Aircraft and Systems/Support Infrastructure

Research Resources:

• Center for Aircraft and Systems/Support Infrastructure
• Center for Structural Control & Vibration
• Intelligent Vehicle/Bridge System Laboratory (FHWA)

Interests:

• Mechanical design
• Metal fatigue analysis and fracture mechanics
• Structural dynamics
• Vehicle-Structure Interaction
• Reliability Analysis
[Email][Website]
Ron Barnes
Assistant Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests:

  • Microarchitecture
  • Computer architecture
  • Program analysis and mapping applications to novel architectures
  • Run-time analysis and optimization
  • Software for real-world systems
[Email][Website]
Amy Cerato
Assistant professor, School of Civil Engineering & Environmental Science

Research Interests:

  • Shrinkage characteristics of fine grained soils
  • Specific surface area influence on geotechnical engineering behavior
  • Shallow foundation behavior
  • Scale effects of shallow foundation bearing capacity
  • Scale effects in determining friction angle using the direct shear box
  • Grouted and helical anchor capacity

Qualifications:
• Ph.D., Geotechnical Engineering, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts, 2005
• M.S., Geosciences, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts, 2004
• M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts, 2001
• B.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Lafayette College, Pennsylvania, 1999

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Sesh Commuri

Profile:

• Associate Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Qualifications:
• Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Texas, Arlington, 1996
• M.S., Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, 1989
• B.S., Electrical Engineering, JNT University, 1985
• Published 30 papers, 3 book chapters, over 20 industry proposals and technical reports
• Served as the principal/co-principal investigator for more than 10 projects funded by private firms
• Conference organization activities

Research Resources:

• Broce Asphalt Laboratory

Interests:

• Intelligent systems
• Real-time systems
• Mechatronics
• Embedded control
• Robotics
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Mary Court

Profile:

• Professor Emeritus, School of Industrial Engineering

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Decision Sci. and Engineering Sys., Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., Troy, NY, 1993
• M.S., Operations Management, Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., Hartford, CT, 1989
• B.S., Industrial and Mgmt Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., Troy, NY, 1984

Interests:

• Simulation output analysis
• Evacuation modeling and analysis
• Transportation system viability
• Lean manufacturing
• Engineering education
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John Fagan
Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Joebob Havlicek

Profile:


• Professor, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering
• Statistical and Multidimensional Signal Processing

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Texas, 1996
• M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Blacksburg, VA, 1988
• B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Blacksburg, VA, 1986
• U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, 1987-96
• Algorithms, Analysis, Hardware, and Software experience with NRL, IBM Research Resources:
• National Weather Radar Testbed (NWRT)
• Oklahoma Intelligent Transportation Systems Lab (OU/ODOT/DPS)
• Image-based searching for the National Science Digital Library (NSF NSDL)

Interests:

• Signal and Image Processing
• Statistical Signal Processing
• AM-FM Signal and Image Models
• Uncertainty Measures
• Hardware and Software Systems for Intelligent Transportation Systems
[Email][Website]
Yang Hong

Associate Professor, School of Civil Engineering

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Bob Huck
Interoperability Lab Manager, OU- Tulsa
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Thomas Kang
Assistant Professor, School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science

Research Interests:

  • Large-scale testing of reinforced, prestressed and post-tensioned concrete structures
  • Nonlinear dynamic modeling of structural components and systems
  • Development of design models and provisions

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Suleyman Karabuk

Profile:

• Assistant Professor, School of Industrial Engineering Qualifications
• Ph.D., Lehigh University, 2001
• M.S., Industrial Engineering, Bilkent University, Turkey, 1994 B.S., Middle East Technical University, 1991
• Industry experience
• Research Resources
• Intelligent Transportation and Logistics Laboratory

Interests:

• Applied operations research
• Stochastic programming
• Transportation logistics
[Email][Website]
Hatami Kianoosh
Assistant Professor, School of Civil Engineering & Environmental Science

Research Interests:

  • Soil-structure interaction problems
  • Modeling material behavior (geo-materials and composites)
  • Static and seismic analysis and design of reinforced-soil retaining walls and foundations
  • Applications of modern materials (e.g. geosynthetics) in civil engineering
  • Fluid-structure interaction and seismic analysis of dams

Qualifications:
• Ph.D., Structural Engineering, McMaster University, 1997
• M.S., Hydraulic Structures, Sharif University of Technology, 1991
• B.S., Civil Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, 1987

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Thomas Landers

Profile:

• AT&T Chair, School of Industrial Engineering
• Dean of the College of Engineering

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, Texas Tech University, 1985
• M.S., Industrial Engineering, Texas Tech University, 1973
• B.S., Industrial Engineering, Texas Tech University, 1972
• Founded multiple cross-disciplinary research initiatives with funding of over $20 million
• Past Chair, ASME Materials Handling Engineering Division
• Consultant to over 40 private and public sector organizations
• Published over 90 scholarly papers

Interests:

• Supply Chain Integration
• Logistics Performance Measurement
• Reliability and Maintenance
[Email][Website]
Richard Marshment

Profile:

• Professor , Regional and City Planning

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Urban Planning, University of Washington, 1981
• Master of Architecture, University of New Mexico, 1975
• B.S., Business Administration, Bowling Green State University, 1968
• Transportation Planning supervisor in Metropolitan Planning District, Portland, Oregon
• Chief Transportation Planner, Middle Rio Grande Council of Governments
• Serving on the Transportation Research Board
• Conference organization activities Research Resources
• Rural Public Transportation Systems Interests
• Examining the Potential For Shuttle Bus Service
• The Impacts of Welfare Reform on Rural Public Transportation Patronage
[Email][Website]
Gerald Miller

Profile:

• Professor, Civil Engineering & Environmental Science Qualifications:
• Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, 1994
• M.S., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Clarkson University, 1989
• B.S., Civil & Environmental Engineering, Clarkson University, 1987 Research Resources:
• Unsaturated Soil Mechanics Laboratory

Interests:

• Geotechnical engineering
• Experimental unsaturated soil mechanics
• Situ testing, foundation design
• Interface response: stress-strain behavior of compacted fill and highway subgrades
• Chemical stabilization of soil
[Email][Website]
Tull Monte

Profile:

• Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, OU, Norman

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Electrical engineering, The University of Oklahoma, 1980
• M.S., Electrical engineering, Oklahoma State University, 1978
• M.S., Industrial engineering, The University of Oklahoma, 1972
• B.S., Physics, East Central State University, 1967
• Over 30 years of experience in computing and telecommunications

Interests:

• Digital Design
• Computer Architecture and Alternate Architectures
• Mutiple-Valued Logic
• Operations Research
• Fuzzy Logic
• Genetic Algorithms and Complexity
• Simulation
[Email][Website]
K.K. (Muralee) Muraleetharan

Profile:

• Presidential Professor, Civil Engineering & Environmental Science

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of California - Davis, 1990
• M.S., Civil Engineering, University of California - Davis, 1987
• B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, 1983

Interests:

• Simulation of static and dynamic behavior of two- (saturated soils) and three-phase (unsaturated soils) porous media using finite element modeling
• Constitutive modeling, and centrifuge testing
• Laboratory testing of unsaturated soils
• Pollutant transport processes through soils

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Robert Nairn

Profile:

• Associate Professor, Civil Engineering & Environmental Science Qualifications
• Ph.D., Ohio State University, 1996
• B.S., Juniata College, 1989
• ASMR National Executive Committee
• Over 35 refereed publications and 75 presentations

Research Resources:

• Established relationships with state, local and tribal stakeholders
• Two in-ground passive treatment demonstration projects in Oklahoma
• Ecosystem Biogeochemistry and Ecology Laboratory

Interests:

• Ecological engineering
• Ecosystem biogeochemistry
• Wetland science
[Email][Website]
Edgar O'Rear

Profile:

• Director, University of Oklahoma Bioengineering Center (OBC)
• Francis W. Winn Professor for Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering
• Professor of Research, Dental Materials, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Qualifications:
• Ph.D., Rice University, 1981
• M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1977
• B.S., Rice University, 1975

Interests:

• Surfactant science
• Biomedical engineering
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Jin-Song Pei

Profile:

• Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering & Environmental Science Qualifications:
• Ph.D., Columbia University, 2001
• M. Phil., Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University, 2000
• M. Eng., Structural Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 1997
• B. Eng., Structural Engineering, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China, 1989

Research Resources:

• Fears Structural Engineering Laboratory

Interests:

• System identification
• Structural health monitoring and damage detection
• Neural networks
• Structural dynamics and earthquake engineering
• Digital signal processing and numerical analysis
• Wireless sensor technology
[Email][Website]
Pakize Pulat

Profile:

• Professor of Industrial Engineering
• Associate Dean for Engineering Education, College of Engineering

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Operation Research, North Carolina State University, 1984
• M.S.., Operation Research, North Carolina State University, 1977
• B.S., Industrial Engineering, Middle East Technical University, 1975
• Published over 50 papers in journals and proceedings and the co-author of a book.
• Served as the principal/co-principal investigator for several projects funded by NASA, NSF, Army Research Office, and FAA.

Research Resources:

• Intelligent Transportation and Logistics Laboratory

Interests:

• Applications to discrete optimization problems
• Development of real-time and dynamic network optimization techniques
• Development of scheduling
• Routing methods for large scale problems

[Email][Website][CV]
Sridhar Radhakrishnan

Profile:

• Professor, Computer Science

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Computer Science, Louisiana State University,1990
• M.S., System Sciences, Louisiana State University, 1987
• M.L.I.S, Library and Information Science, Louisiana State University, 1986
• BS, Computer Science, University of South Alabama, 1985
• BS, Physics, Vivekananda College, University of Madras, 1983
• Over 80 research articles
• Received over $2 Million funding from federal and state agencies, and industry.
• Development of mobile software for Law enforcement communities; Active deployment at Norman PD

Research Resources:

• Sensors Networking Laboratory

Interests:

• Wireless Sensor Networks
• Protocol design for wireless and mobile computing
• Resource allocation problems in wireless networks
• Algorithms for quality of service routing in broadband networks
[Email][Website]
Chris Ramseyer
Assistant Professor, Director of Fears Structural Engineering Labaratory

Research Interests:

  • Metal building and bridge issues,
  • Structural stability,
  • Application of finite-element analysis and experimental testing techniques to structural systems,
  • Iimproving the reliability and accuracy of steel and concrete design codes and concrete materials.
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Hazem Refai
Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, OU, Tulsa

Research Interests:

  • Wireless Telecommunication, including Network Standard and Propagation Models
  • Traffic Engineering
  • Voice Over IP

• Qualifications:
• Ph.D., The University of Oklahoma, 1999
• M.S., Aleppo, Syria, 1993
• B.S., Syria, 1987

Interests:

• Wireless Telecommunication, Including Network Standard and Propagation Models
• Traffic Engineering
• Voice Over IP
[Email][Website]
Thordor Runolfsson
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Randa Shebab

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Guoqiang Shen

Profile:

• Associate Professor and Director, Regional & City Planning Qualifications:
• Ph.D. (Regional and City Planning), The Ohio State University, 1998
• M.S. (Landscape Design and Planning), Beijing University, 1988
• B.S. (Architecture), Tsinghua University, 1985

Interests:

• Transportation and logistics network design and modeling
• GIS and computer applications in planning
• Planning research methods/applied operations research
• Urban planning, design, and real estate development
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Zahed Siddique
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James Sluss

Profile:

• Morris Pittman Professor and Director, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Telecommunications Systems Program
• Co-Director, Intelligent Transportation Systems Lab
• Associate Director for Collaborative Research, Center of Excellence in Information Technology & Telecommunications

Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, 1989
• M.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, 1986
• B.S., Physics, Marshall University, 1984
• Industrial experience in optical communications
• Research experience in photonics, telecommunications, intelligent transportation systems, sensors & data acquisition

Research Resources:

• Photonics Lab
• Telecommunications Interoperability Lab
• Intelligent Transportation Systems Lab

Interests:

• Optical Communications
• Photonics
• Intelligent Transportation Systems

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Luther White

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Musharraf Zaman

Profile:

• David Ross Boyd Professor and Aaron Alexander Professor of Civil Engineering
• OU Liaison, Oklahoma Transportation Center
• Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education, College of Engineering

Research Interests:

  • Ad hoc networks
  • Satellite Networks: Handover protocols, mobility management,
  • Multihoming protocols for failover management
  • Network Mobility
  • Free space optics
  • Disaster Area Networks
  • Internet in Space: Mobility management, performance evaluation, transport protocols
  • Scalability and Survivability analysis of networks
  • Sensor Networks
  • Network Security
  • Performance of TCP/IP over ATM: Switched VC, Timer Management
  • Mobile and Wireless Networks: Mobility Management, Performance evaluation, transport protocols
  • Networked Radio Frequency and Electro-Optic Sensor: Fiber-optic networks for radar and avionics signal distribution in aircrafts
Qualifications:

• Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Arizona, 1982
• M.S., Civil Engineering, Memphis State University, 1979
• B.S., Civil Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, 1975
• Over 200 refereed journal and archival publication
• Over $12 million in external funding
• Winner of Presidential Professorship, and three ASEE Awards (national and regional)

Research Resources:

• Broce Asphalt Laboratory
• Constitutive Modeling Laboratory
[Email][Website]
 

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