Prof S.M. Wu’s Students

M.S. Students Supervised

 #NameGrad Yr Thesis Title
 1Patel, R.A.  1964Study of the Distribution of the Relative Range by Simulation
 2Gandhi, N.N. 1964Simulation and Engineering Application of t-Distribution
 3Bhatt, P.I. 1964Investigation of Cutting Tool Temperature and Crater Wear Development of Carbide Tool
 4Jain, S. C. 1965General Solution of Duncan’s Model of Economic Design of an X-Chart
 5Remer, L.P. 1965Optimization of a Linearzed Form of a Cutting Tool Temperature Equation
 6Stegner, D.A. 1965Prediction of Heat Input and Physical Properties in Arc Welding
 7Zimmerly, R.D. 1966Automatic Feedback Control for Maintaining Constant Cutting-Tool Temperature
 8Janardhanan, T.K. 1968Characterization of Mine Waste Tailings in Southwestern Wisconsin
 9Sauson, L. 1968Effects of Imposed Magnetic Field on Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding
 10Ho, S.C. 1969An Application of Discrete Feedback Control Scheme to Papermaking Process
 11Seth, M. 1969Games in Statistical Experiment Design
 12Dahl, W. 1970Stability Analysis of the NATO 40 mm L/70 Anti-aircraft Gun
 13Jackson, C.A. 1971Evaluation of the Electric Noise Characteristic of the Garter Spring Pickup Device
 14Patel, R.R. 1971The Effect of Molding Condition on Cooling Time in Injection Molding Process
 15Kang, S.W. 1973Hydrostatic Transmission for Power Split Drives on Automobiles
 16Liu, T. 1973Noise Reduction of Circular Saws by Nonlinear Least Squares Estimates
 17Hashemi, N. 1976Dynamic Behavior and Control of Blast Furnace Via Time Series Approach
 18Shuai, A.R.N. 1976Dynamic Performance Evaluation of New Milling Machine Dynamiomenter Using the DDS Methodology
 19Ewumi, J.O. 1977Identification and Analysis of Simple and Complex Multimodel Mechanical Systems Using Time Series Approach
 20Gerlitz, F. 1978Time Series Modeling Analysis of the Electroencephalogram
 21Tobin, T. 1978Signature Analysis for On-line Monitoring of Electric Motor Operation via Dynamic Data System Methodology.
 22Madhok, P. 1978Modeling and Forecasting Sales Data by Time Series Analysis
 23Yang, J.C. 1978On-line System Identification of Control Turrent Servomechanism XM-197
 24Ma, A.C. 1978Automatic Optimal Control of Recoil Mechanisms
 25Sikata, H. 1979Evaluation of Drill Performance via Dynamic Data System Methodology
 26Kunpanitchakit, C. 1979Modeling and Forecasting of Maneuvering Tank Position for Gun Fire Control
 27Collins, J.F. 1979Analysis of Roundness Errors in Cylindrical Grinding Using the Dynamic Data System Methodology
 28Skwor, E.P. 1980BoringBar Performance Analysis for On-line Monitoring of Product Accuracy
 29Polo-Amo, L.M. 1980Applications of Dynamic Data System to Long-term Forecast of Wolf’s Monthly Average Sunspot Numbers
 30Ouyang, M.S. 1980On-line BWR Stability Analysis via Dynamic Data System Methodology
 31Zand, M.H. 1980Axial Mode System Identification of a TMP Laboratory Refiner
 32Sun, H.A. 1980Characteristic Analysis of Boring Process
 33Kawlra, R.K. 1980On the Grinding of Twist Drill Flutes
 34Lee, S.J. 1980On-line Monitoring and Optimizaing Hole Quality on DrillingGraphite/Epoxy Composite
 35Golestaani, M.R. 1980Computerized Drill Point Measureemnt and Modeling
 36Allias, B. 1980Application of Dynamic Data System to Effect of Gun Tube Conditions upon the Dyamics of a Firing Process
 37Ahn, T.Y. 1980Investigations of 20 mm Link: M14A2
 38Rubin, S.Z.A 1980Seven Axes Computer Controlled Drill Point Grinder
 39Balkrishnan, P. 1980Investigation of the Characteristics of Cutting Process Dynamics in Turning
 40Christensen, D. 1981Feasibility Study of On-line Surface Finish Prediction in Boring Operations
 41McDunn, T. 1981Drill Wear Monitoring
 42Mendoza, M. 1981New Tool Design for Better Quality Surface on Honeycomb and Solid Aluminum
 43Wong, T.L. 1981Investigation of Delamination in Drilling Composite Material
 44Mayslich, M. 1982Application of Dynamic Data System to Fast Neutron Power Reactor Phenix Identification
 45Reitter, T. 1982Power Consumption Mesurement and Evaluation of Mechanical Wood Pulp Refiners
 46Djordjevic, Z. 1982An Experimental Study of the Grinding of Twist Drill Flutes
 47Yieh, T.W. 1982Feasibility Study of Mechanical Clamping Actuator
 48Evers, M.S. 1982Feasibility Study for On-line Drill Life Prediction and Monitoring
 49Chatterjee, K. 1982Automatic Drill Feeding and Discharging Mechanism for a CNC Drill Point Grinder
 50Jou, Y.C. 1982Computer Evaluation of Surface Topography and Its Application to 1045 Steel Grinding Surface
 51Chuang, S.C. 1982Comparative Assessment of Computational and Experimental Methods for Machine Tool Structure Analysis
 52Lee, J. 1983The Machinability Study of 4150 Barrel Steel. (w/ Ehmann)
 53West, S.L. 1983Criteria for Monitoring and Control of Resistance Spot Welding through Dynamic Data System (DDS) Analysis of Electrode Voltage
 54Donahue, L. 1983Optimum Drill Point Design for Cast Iron
 55Mohd, M.Y.B 1983Computer Aided Analysis of Machine Tool Spindle
 56Hsu, G.A. 1983Development of Mathematical Models of Twist Drill
 57Wu, H.S. 1984Computer-Aided Design of Gears and Gear Trains for Machine Tools
 58Ker, M.K. 1984On Roundness and Its Measurement
 59Chou, K.C. 1984The Evaluation of the Repeatability and Performance of the Cast Iron Multifacet Drill
 60Huang, J.J. 1984Effect of Preloading on Running Accuracy of Machine Tool Spindle
 61Hua, M.F. 1984Analysis of Factors Influencing Deep Hole Drilling
 62Lin, T.Y. 1984An OptimizationTechnique for Estimation of Multivariate Autoregressive Moving Average (MARMAV) Model Paramters
 63Sha, J. 1984Simulation Study of Optimum Control for a Rocker System
 64Shih, N.C. 1985A Stability Analysis of a Machine Tool by the Dynamic Data System
 65Hsiau, J.S. 1985Computer Aided Design of Twist Drills
 66Wen, K.P. 1986Contour Error Compensatory Control for CNC Based Involute Gear Profile Generation
 67Tang, Ming 1986Computer Aided Manufacturing for Gear Grinding Using Constant Force Method
 68Lin, Long Chin 1986Feasibility Study of Circumferential from Measurement of Cylindrical Workpieces on a Lathe with Finite Fourier Series Method
 69Zhang, Sanle 1986Chatter Detection in Milling
 70Hsiau, I-Chen 1987On-Machine Spindle Error Motion Measurement Using ARMAV-Based Estimator
 71Wang, Jianxu 1987A New Measuring System for Investigating Gear Transmission Error.
 72Wu, Wen-Yen 1987Computer Aided Preliminary Design of Injection Molds Using Expert System Technology
 73Hsu, Jia-Rong 1987The Application of Computer Graphics on Multi-facet Drill
 74Sun, Maurice X 1987An Investigation on the Grindable Ranges and Optimum Performance of Multifacet Drills
 75Ben Amara, Foued 1989Feedforward Self Tuning DC Servo Drive Speed Control
 76Jones, Steven D. 1989Error Identification and Compensatory Techniques for Coordinate Measuring Machines
 77Boerger, James, Jr. 1989

An Expert System Ingrating Design and Process Planning for Multi-Ribbed Pulley Systems with Design for Manufacturability Considerations

Ph.D. Students Supervised 

 #NameGrad YrThesis TitleEmployer
 1Ermer, D.S. 1966A Statistical and Economic Analysis of Optimum Metal-Cutting ConditionsProf., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
 2DeVries, M.F. 1966Investigation of Drill Temperature as a Drilling Performance CriterionProf., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
 3Meyer, R.N. 1967A quantitative Analysis of Development of Carbide Tool Crater Wear3M, Minneapolis, MN
 4Saxena, U.K. 1968Development of Mathematical Models for Drilling T TemperatureProf., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
 5Stralkowski, C.M. 1968Low Order Autoregressive Moving Average Stochastic Models and Their Use for Characterization of Abrasive Cutting ToolsE.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, DE
 6Wang, K.K. 1968An Analysis of the Cutting Tool Temperature Response in Face MillingProf., Cornell University
 7Goel, A.L. 1968A Comparative and Economic Investigation of X and Cumulative Sum Control ChartsProf., Syracuse University
 8Billy, A.F. 1969An Analysis of the Weld Pool/Crater Configuration by Statistical MethodsEPRI Palo Alto, CA
 9Dalal, J.G. 1970Operating Policies for Adaptive Quality Control and Their Application to Machine ProcessesInland Steel Co, East Chicago, IL
 10Deutsch, S.J. 1970An Analysis of the Structure and Wear of Grinding Whells by Autoregressive Moving Average ModelsProf., Georgia Institute of Technology, GA
 11Fujii, S. 1971Computerized Analysis of Twist Drill Point Geometry and Design of a Drill Point GrinderProf., Kobe University, Japan
 12Tee, L.H. 1971Identification and Application of Low Order Time Series and Transfer Function ModelsManila, Philippines
 13DeVor, R.E. 1971The Analysis of Surface Topography by Seasonal Autoregressive-Integrated Moving Average ModelsProf. Univ. of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
 14Chang, T.H. 1972Computer-Based Short-Term Forecasting for Job Manufacturing SystemsProf., Univ of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
 15Law, S.S. 1972Grinding Process Model Building and AnalysisDir., Bureau of Technical Personnel Training Center, Singapore
 16Chu, B.Y. 1972Parametric Modeling of Linear Dynamic Systems with ApplicationsElectric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA
 17Husein, A.B. 1972An Investigation of Crater and Flank Wear Based on Cutting Temperature and Normal ForcesMinistry of Industries and Mining, Sudan
 18Goh, A.N. 1973Extensions and Engineering Applications of Time Series TechniquesChairman, Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Univ of Singapore, Singapore
 19Subramanian, T.L. 1973An Investigation of Computer Control of Chatter in MachiningC.D.C., Minneapolis, MN
 20Joglekar, A.M. 1973Iterative Modeling of Interior Ballistics of Small ArmsHoneywell, Minneapolis, MN
 21Pandit, S.M. 1973Data Dependent Systems: Modeling Analysis and Optimal Control via Time Series.Prof., Michigan Technical University, Houghton, MI
 22Phadke, M.S. 1973Multiple Time Series Modeling and System Identification with ApplicationBell Telephone Labs, NJ
 23Doolan, P. 1974Computer Design of the Unequal Blade Spacing of a Face Milling Cutter to Minimize Forced VibrationWhirlpool Co., Benton Harbor, MI
 24Suratkar, P.T. 1974Characterization of Surface Integrity and Investigation of Contact Area by Stochastic Process AnalysisPillsbury Company, St. Paul, MN
 25Sy, S.H. 1974Mechanical Management of Aquatic Vegetation: Analytical Studies of Unit Operations Potentially Useful in ProcessingProf., Univ. of Manila, Manila, Philippines
 26Steudel, H.J. 1974Investigation of Shop Dispatching System by Multiple Time Series AnalysisProf., University of Wisconsin-Madison
 27DeVries, W.R. 1975Methods for Evaluating Formation and Basis Weight Stability Using Time Series ModelsProf., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
 28 Burney, F.A. 1976Identification and Analysis of Machine Tool System Dynamics under Actual Working Conditions Using Time Series MethodsProf., King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
 29Dornfeld, D.A. 1976Investigation of the Fundamentals of Mechanical PulpingProf., University of California, Berkeley, CA
 30Nassirpour, F. 1976Characterization of Stochastic Surface Geometry with ApplicationsGeneral Motors Technical Center, Warren, MI
 31Kapoor, S.G. 1977A Stochastic Approach to Paper Surface Characterization and Printability CriteriaProf., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaingn
 32Tsai, W.D. 1977Drill Geometry Models and Dynamics of DrillingMotorola, Chicago, IL
 33Chow, M.C. 1977Nuclear Reactor noise Analysis for Surveillance and System Identification via Dynamic Data System MethodologyMemorex, CA
 34Garcia-Gardea, E. 1978Mechanical System Identification and Decomposition by Dynamic Data System MethodologyProf., Ing. Mechanical Itesn. Suc., Monterrey, Mexico
 35Fugelso, M.A. 1978A Microprocessor Controlled Weist Drill Grinder for Automated Drill Point ProductionProf., Boston University, MA
 36Madiwale, A.N. 1978Spectral Analysis by Discrete and Continuous Autoregressive Moving Average ModelsLincoln Laboratory, Lexington, MA
 37Martinez, M.R. 1979Analysis and Optimization of a Pulp Refining SystemRCA, Princeton, NJ
 38Hsu, M.C. 1979On-Line Identification of Reactor Dynamic Characteristics from Operating Data Analysis via Dynamic Data System MethodologyCombustion Engineering, CT
 39Ehmann, K.F. 1979Machine Tool System Identification and forecasting Control of ChatterNorthwestern University, IL
 40Ungpiaykul, T. 1979Continous Time Series Modling with ApplicationsKimberly and Clark Paper Inc., Neenah, WI
 41Liao, Y.S. 1980System Identification by Dynamic Data System and Its Application to KAMYR Continous Digester Pulping ProcessNational Taiwan University, Taiwan, R.O.C.
 42Shuaib, A. 1980Computer Evaluation of Surface Topography (CEST) and Applications to Sheet Steel Finishing ProcessesUniversity of Petroleum and Minerals,Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
 43Rao, S.B. 1980Compensatory Control of Form Errors in MachiningDir of Eng, Nat’l Broach and Machine, Mt. Clemens, MI
 44Radhakrishnan, T. 1980Drill Point Geometry Optimization and On-line Monitoring of Drill ConditionVillanova University, PA
 45Owusu-ofori, S.P. 1981On-line Monitoring and Evaluation of Zinc-Phospated Surface Topography and Its Applications in Paintability and Weldability 
 46Garzon, G. 1981Performance, Evaluation and Analysis of a Mechanical Pulp RefinerEastman Kodak, Rochester, NY
 47Chiang, S. 1981Fast Breeder Reactor On-Line Monitoring and Diagnosis Strategy Development via DDS MethodologyEBASCO, New York, NY
 48Kunpanitchakit, C. 1982Further Investigation of DDS Modeling Strategy by SimulationThailand
 49Kim, K.J. 1982Mechanical Structure Modal Analysisby Danamic Data System (DDS) Methodology (w/ Ehmann)KAIST, Korea
 50Ouyang, M. 1982Boiling Water Reactor Stability Analysis by Stochastic Transfer Function IdentificationTsing Hua University, Taiwan
 51Ahn, T.Y. 1982Dynamic Cutting Process Identification by Dynamic Data System (DDS) Models (w/ Ehmann)A.D.D., Korea
 52Horng, S.Y. 1982Development of an End Effector for Robotic Drilling with On-line Sensing and DiagonosisWestern Electric, NJ
 53Zand, M.H. 1982Microprocessor Control of a Mechanical Pulp RefinerCalifornia State University- Sacremento, CA
 54Yuan, J.X. 1983Identification of the Machine Tool Structural Parameters by Dynamic Data System (DDS) and Finite Element MethodDalian Institute of Technology, PRC
 55Kim, K.H. 1983Forecasting Compensatory control of Roundness in Cylindrical Grinding (w/ Ehmann)Youngnan University, Korea
 56Tsai, S.Y. 1983On-line Identification and Control of Maching Chatter in Turning Through Dynamic Data System MethodologyMIRL, ITRI, Taiwa, ROC
 57Pandelidis, I.O. 1983Fast Ar and ARMA Modeling and Spectrum AnlysisUniversity of Maryland, MD
 58Bandyopadhyay, P. 1983On-line Drill Life Monitoring via Dynamic Data System MethodologyGM Technical Center, Warren, MI
 59Moon, E.J. 1984Forecasting Compenstory Control of Machining Straightness (w/ Ehmann)A.D.D., Korea
 60Lai, H.Y. 1984Development of Nonlinear Dynamic Data System (NLDDS) for On-line Machining Vibratory System CharacterizationNorth Carolina A and T University, NC
 61Shin, Y.C. 1984Dynamic Analysis of the Machine Tool System (w/ Ehmann)GM Technical Center, Warren, MI
 62Huang, K. 1984Forecasting Compensatory Control of Roundness in BoringMIRL, ITRI, Taiwan, ROC
 63Hsieh, S.H. 1985Stochastic Threshold Modeling for Linear and Non-Linear System Monitoring and DiagnosisGM, Warren, MI
 64Shiou, C.H. 1985Dynamic Trajectory Planning and Self-Tuning Adaptive Control Design for Industrial RobotsFord Motor Company, Dearborn, Mi
 65Lee, S.H. 1985Trajectory Control in the World Coordinate System by an Adaptive Forecasting Algorithm (w/ Ehmann)University of Wisconsin_Milwaukee
 66Stephenson, D.A. 1985Computer Prediction of the Mechanical Outputs of Three-Dimensional Turning and DrillingGM Technical Center, Warren, MI
 67Kim, Kyuil 1985Forecasting Compensatory Control of Cylindricity in Contour Boring Operations (w/ Ehmann)University of Illinois-Chicago,IL
 68Kim, T.R. 1985Dynamic Analysis of Tool-Holder Systems (w/ Ehmann)Energy commission, Seoul, Korea
 69Lee, S.J. 1985The Influence of Drill Characteristics and Entry Mechanisms on Drilling Performance (w/ Ehmann)Yoensei University, Seoul, Koera
 70Lee, A.C. 1986Nonlinear Dynamic Data System: Further Development and ApplicationsJiao-Tung University, Taiwan
 71Tansel, I.N. 1986On-line Identification and Stability Analysis of Three-Dimensional Cutting (w/ Ehmann)Tufts University, Medford, MA
 72Lee, Y.S. 1986Algorithmic Approach of Parameter Optimization in Flexible Manufacturing SystemsIngersoll Milling Company, Rockford, IL
 73Su, Y.T. 1986Nonlinear Time Series Model Development and Application in ControlChung San University, Taiwan
 74Lee, J.W. 1986Computer Aided Design for Optimal Drill GeometryDaiwoo Heavy Ind., Korea
 75Park, C.W. 1986Forecasting Compensatory Control in Machinging Features (w/ Ehmann)Self-employed
 76Cho, D.W. 1986A New Multi-Input Modal Analysis and Three-Dimensional Cutting Dynamics Identification Method Applied to Milling Operation (w/ Ehmann)Pohang Polytechnic, Korea
 77Fassois, Spilois 1986Fast ARMA Modeling with ApplicationsUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
 78Sun, Houng 1986Precision Gear Grinding Using Self-Learning Control StrategyMIRL, ITRI, Taiwan
 79Chen, Yubao 1986Dynamic Analysis and Diagnostic Monitoring for High Speed Spindle-Bearing StructuresUniversity of Michigan, Dearborn, MI
 80Your, Shiarng-Bin 1986Precision Control on the Winchester Disc Flatness in Face-Turning OperationsCA
 81Li, Ching 1986On-line Bearing Condition Monitoring by Pattern Recognition and Matched FilteringColumbia University, NY
 82Wang, Yuan-Chuan 1987Complex Piston Contour Machinging Using the Digital CAM SystemITRI, Taiwan
 83Li, Peigen 1987Development of an Expert System for Multifacet DrillsHuachung University of Technology, Wuhan, China
 84Fuh, K.H. 1987Computer Aided Design and
Manufacture for Multifacet Drills
Tatung University, Taiwan
 85Bose, A. Subhash C. 1987Adaptive Trajectory
Planning for Industrial Robots
Wright State University
 86Kim, Hee-Sool 1987Milling Dynamics in a
Closed-Loop System
Yeungnam University, Korea
 87Huang, Jenn Tsai 1987On-line Self-Tuning
Adaptive Control for Industrial Robots
University of Louissana, LA
 88Liang, Enju 1987Computer Integration for
Multifacet Drill Grinding
New Orlean, LA
 89Kim, Jongwon 1987 Adaptive Robust
Servocontroller Design for Feedrate Maximization of Machining Processes
Dawwoo Heavy Industries LTD, Korea
 90Kong, Xiang Liu 1987Gear Train Monitoring by
Transmission Error Method
Xi’an Jiao Tong University, China
 91Ni, Jun 1987Study on On-Line Identification
and Forecasting Compensatory Control of Volumetric Errors for Multiple Axis
Machine Tools
University of Michigan, MI
 92Ma, Quan-He 1987Development of a
Model-Based Vision System for Drill Quality Control in CIM
 93Hsu, Pau-Lo P. 1987On-Line Monitoring of
Milling Cutting Tool Condition
ChiaoTong University, Taiwan
 94Liu, Tien-I 1987Development of Multifacet
Drills for Crankshafts and On-Line Drill Wear Monitoring
State University of California, Sacramental, CA
 95Yao, Yi-Xin 1987Adaptive Force Control and
Stochastic Modeling of Robotic Manipulators for Tape-Laying System
University of Tulsa, OK
 96Le, Sanh 1987Active Vibration
Suppression for Robotic Manipulators
 97Bahrololoumi, B. 1987Design of an Optical Sensor
System for Adaptive Control of a Seam Tracking Robot
Wichita University, KN
 98Bray, Dennis 1988Drill Condition Monitoring through the Use of an Intelligent Tool SensorIngersoll Milling Machine Company
 99Du, Ruxu 1989Intelligent On-line Monitoring and Diagnostic Methods for Manufacturing ProcessesMcMaster University, Canada
 100Sha, Jilun 1989Monitoring, Diagnosis and Control of Tapping ProcessUniversity of Michigan, MI
 101Darenfeld, Salah 1989Self-Organizing Polynomial Networks for Identification and Diagnosis of Maching OperationsUniversity of N. Brunswick, Canada
 102Rice, James Allen 1989On the Feasibility of Catastrophic Cutting Tool Fracture Prediction Via Acoustic Emmission Signal Path Invariant AnalysisUniversity of Illinois-Chicago
 103Wang, Yang 1990Computer Graphics Presentation of Drilling OperationsGE
 104Gerlitz, Frank 1990In-Process Forecasting Compensation Control of Machining Center Volumetric Error Including Workpiece Inspection 
 105Hwang, Yoha 1990Experimental Modal Analysis, DDS System Identification, and Forecasting Compensatory Control of a Color Laser Printer 
 106Hu, Shixin 1990Impact of 100% Measurement Data on Statistical Process Control (SPC) in Automobile Body Assembly 
 107Wang, Wei-Wu 1991Accuracy Analysis of an In-line Optical Coordinate Measuring Machine (IOCMM) 
 108Chen, Jeng-Shyong 1991Real-Time Compensation of Tim-Variant Volumetric Error on  a Machining CenterNational Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
 109Chen, Yudong 1991Free Form Curve and Surface Measurement, Modeling and MachiningPerceptron, Inc
 110Wu, Shing-Kuo 1991A Methodology for Optimal Door Fit in Automobile Body Manufacturing 
 111Lu, Engelbert 1991Improvement of CMM Throughput Using Path Planning, Dynamic Lobing Error Compensation, and Structural Vibration ControlGM
 112Wu, Tay-Chang 1991The Accuracy Analysis and Improvement of the Coordinate Measuring Machine with On-line Geometric Error Measurement SystemYu Tien MotorCompany, Taiwan
 113Shi, Jianjun 1991On-line Dynamic Data System Modeling and Generalized Forecasting Compensatory Control with ApplicationsUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
 114Fan, Hua-Tzu 1991Next Generation Quality Control-A Model-Based Approach with Applications to Automotive Painting Process Rockwell International

 Post-Doctorates Supervised

1Belkevitch, B.A.1965-66Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, Byelorussian Politechnical Institute, Minsk, USSR. (w/ Lindberg)
2Iwata, K.1966-67Professor & Chairman, Production Engineering Department, Kobe University.
3Razdobreev, A.K.1971-72Komsemolsk-on-the-amur Polytechnic, USSR.
4Friedman, M.1972-73Technion, Haifa, Israel.
5Negeshi, H.1973-74University of Tokyo, Mitsubishi Company, Japan. Honorable Fellow.
6Pandit, S.M.1975-76Professor, Michigan Technical University.
7DeVries, W.R.1975-76Associate Professor, R.P.I., New York.
8Burney, F.A.1976Associate Professor, University of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
9Hayashi, S.1976-77Assistant Professor, Yonago Technical College, Japan.
10Suen, L.C.1977Notre Dame University.
11Huang, H.1977Professor, National Taiwan University.
12Kapoor, S.G.1977-79Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
13Tsai, W.D.1977-78Motorola, Chicago, Illinois.
14Chow, M.C.1978-79Memorax, California.
15Hsu, M.C.1979Combustion Engineering, Connecticut, 1979.
16Eman, K.1979Associate Professor, Northwestern University, Illinois.
17Ungpiyakul, T.1979Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Neenah, Wisconsin.
18Liao, Y.S.1980Associate Professor, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, ROC.
19Rao, S.1980Director of Engineering, National Broach & Machine, Mt. Clemens, MI.
20Radhakrishnan, T.1980Assistant Professor, University of Rhode Island.
21Chladil, J.1982Assistant Professor, BRNO University, Czechoslovakia.
22Maca, J.1982Assistant Professor, Zilna University, Czechoslovakia.
23Anlagen, O.1983-85Assistant Professor, Middle East Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey.
24Spiewak, S.1984-1985University of Birmingham, U.K. and Wausaw Technical University.
25Varro,T.1985Head of Department, HAFE; Budapest Hungary.
26Kovacevic, R.1986Associate Professor, University of Titograd, Yugoslavia.
27Gasparik, Lubo’s1986Assistant Professor, University of Zilina, Czechoslovakia.
28Chen, Yubao1987-Research Fellow, Xi-An Jiao Tong University, Xi-An, P.R.C.
29Ni, Jun1987-Research Fellow, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, P.R.C.
30Sha, Jilun1989-Research Fellow, University of Michigan
31Hu, Shixin1990-Research Fellow, University of Michigan