TEACHING AT UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON:

Courses Developed:

1) For undergraduates:

a)  STATISTICS 224:  Applied Engineering Statistics, (taught every semester 1963-79, enrollment around 90 students per semester).

2)  For graduates and seniors:

a) ME/STAT 424:Statistical Experimental Designs for Engineers since 1963 (enrollment around 100 a year, mostly graduate students, taught every semester including summer session).

b) ME 347:  Instrumentation and Experimentation, 1965-69.

c)  ME 622: Time Series and System Analysis, since 1969.

3) For graduate students only

a) ME 729: Stochastic Analysis of Machine Tool Dynamics and Control since 1981.

b) ME 903:  Seminar of Advanced Topics in DDS since 1983.

Courses taught (in addition to the courses developed).

1) ME 113: Engineering Economy (1956-62).

2) ME 323: Operations Research (1963).

3) ME 512: Quality Control and Reliability (1962-67).


TEACHING AT UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

1) ME 516(01)Statistical Method in Manufacturing System

2) ME 516(02)Experimental Method Analysis(w/prof. Brown)

3) ME 585Time Series and System Analysis