Publications

Research Publications and Presentations

Department: Engineering Technology

Richard Voyles
  1. Yanzhe Cui, Richard M Voyles, Josh T Lane, Akshay Krishnamoorthy, Mohammad H Mahoor, "A mechanism for real-time decision making and system maintenance for resource constrained robotic systems through ReFrESH," Autonomous Robots, v. 39, n. 4, 2015, pp. 487-502
  2. Yanzhe Cui, Joshua T Lane, Richard M Voyles, "Real-time software module design framework for building self-adaptive robotic systems," Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2015 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on, 2015, pp. 2597-2602.
  3. Guangying Jiang, Richard M Voyles, "Dexterous UAVs for Precision Low-Altitude Flight," in Handbook of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, 2015, Springer Netherlands, pp. 207-237.
  4. R.A. Nawrocki, R.M. Voyles, S.E. Shaheen, "Neurons in Polymer: Hardware Neural Units Based on Polymer Memristive Devices and Polymer Transistors," in IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, v. 61, n. 10, 2014, pp. 3513 - 3519.
  5. R.A. Nawrocki, E.M. Gallager, D.P. Ostrowski, B.A. Bailey, X. Jiang, R.M. Voyles, N. Kopidakis, D.C. Olson, S.E. Shaheen, "An inverted, organic WORM device based on PEDOT:PSS with very low turn-on voltage," in Organic Electronics, v. 15, n. 8, 2014, pp. 1791-1798.
  6. Y. Cui, R.M. Voyles, R.A. Nawrocki, and G. Jiang, " Morphing Bus: A New Paradigm in Peripheral Interconnect Bus," in IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology, v. 4, n. 2, 2014, pp. 341-351.
  7. S. Althloothi, M.H. Mahoor, R.M. Voyles, "A Robust Method for Rotation Estimation Using Spherical Harmonics Representation," in IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, v. 22, n. 6, 2013, pp. 2306-2316.
  8. S. Althloothi, M.H. Mahoor, R.M. Voyles, "Fitting distal limb segments for accurate skeletonization in human action recognition," in Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, v. 4, n. 2, 2012, pp. 107-121.
  9. R.M. Voyles, J. Bae, A.C. Larson, and M.A. Ayad, "Wireless video sensor networks for sparse, resource-constrained, multi-robot teams," in Journal of Intelligent Service Robots, v. 2, n.4, 2009, pp. 235-246.
  10. R. Voyles and H. Choset, "Editorial: Search and Rescue Robots," guest editors for the Special Issue on Search and Rescue Robots, Journal of Field Robotics, v. 25, n. 1/2, Jan./Feb. 2008.
  11. Y. Sun, K. Kim, R. Voyles, and B. Nelson, "Calibration of Multi-Axis MEMS Force Sensors Using the Shape from Motion Method," in IEEE Sensors Journal, v. 7, No. 3, pp. 344-351, 2007.
  12. M. Schrameck, R. Bodor, R. Voyles, "Automatic Euclidean Reconstruction for Turntable Sequences by Indirect Epipolar Search Between Pairs of Views," in Image and Vision Computing, v. 24, n. 7, July, pp. 693-708, 2006.
  13. A.C. Larson, G.K. Demir, and R.M. Voyles, "Terrain Classification Using Weakly-Structured Vehicle/Terrain Interaction ," in Autonomous Robots, v. 19, pp. 41-52, 2005.
  14. R.M. Voyles and S. Hulst, "Micro/Macro Force-Servoed Gripper for Precision Photonics Assembly and Analysis, Robotica, v. 23, n. 4, July, 2005, pp 401-408.
  15. A. Larson and R. Voyles, "TerminatorBot: A Novel Robot with Dual-Use Mechanism for Locomotion and Manipulation," in IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, v. 10, n. 1, pp. 17-25, 2005.
  16. P.E. Rybski, N.P. Papanikolopoulos, S. A. Stoeter, D.G. Krantz, K.B. Yesin, M. Gini, R. Voyles, D.F. Hougen, B. Nelson and M.D. Erickson, "Enlisting Rangers and Scouts for Reconnaissance and Surveillance," in IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, v. 7, n. 4, pp. 14-24, Dec. 2000.
  17. R. Singh, R.M. Voyles, D. Littau, and N.P. Papanikolopoulos, "Shape Morphing-Based Control of Robotic Visual Servoing," in Autonomous Robots, v. 10, n. 3, pp 317-338, 2001.
  18. R.M. Voyles and P.K. Khosla, " A Multi-Agent System for Programming Robots by Human Demonstration," in Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering, v. 8, n. 1, pp. 59-67, 2001.
  19. R.M. Voyles, J.D. Morrow, and P.K. Khosla, " Gesture-Based Programming for Robotics: Human Augmented Software Adaptation,," special issue of IEEE Intelligent Systems on self-adaptive software, v. 14, n. 6, 1999, pp. 22-29.
  20. R.M. Voyles, J.D. Morrow, and P.K. Khosla, " Towards Gesture-Based Programming: Shape from Motion Primordial Learning of Sensorimotor Primitives," special issue of the Journal of Robotics and Autonomous Systems on robot learning, v. 22, n. 3-4, Dec. 1997, pp. 361-375.
  21. R.M. Voyles, Jr., J.D. Morrow and P.K. Khosla, " The Shape from Motion Approach to Rapid and Precise Force/Torque Sensor Calibration," in Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control, v. 119, n. 2, June, 1997, pp. 229-235.
Xiaoming Wang

Publications:

http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=MwIhyREAAAAJ&hl=en

Presentations:

Invited presentation to 53rd annual conference for metallurgists, Vancouver, 2014

Presentation to NADCA conference, Milwaukee, 2014

Invited presentation to 54th annual conference for metallurgists, Toronto, 2015

Presentation to Ti-2015 by TMS, San Diego, 2015

Invited presentation to TMS 2016 Nashville Tennessee, February 2016

Organizer of Symposium of Light Metal Technology, Materials Science and Engineering 2016, Slat Lake City, Utah, October 2016

Presentation ot TMS 2017, February 2017.

Rustin Webster

Referred Journal Publications

  1. Webster, R., Dues, J., & Ottway, R. (2017). Industry supplied CAD curriculum: Case study on passing certification exams. Engineering Design Graphics Journal. Manuscript is accepted.
  2. Webster, R., & Kopp, R. (2017). Case study of a small scale polytechnic entrepreneurship capstone course sequence. American Journal of Engineering Education 8(1). Manuscript is accepted.
  3. Turner, M., & Webster, R. (2017). An evaluation of flipped courses in electrical engineering technology using course learning outcomes and student course assessments. Journal of Engineering Technology. Manuscript is accepted.
  4. Turner, M., Dues, J., Cooley, T., Webster, R., Kopp, R., McCart, A., & Reynolds, D. (2016). Purdue mission to mars: Recruiting students into a polytechnic college. Journal of Engineering Technology 33(2), 8-18. Retrieved from http://www.engtech.org/jet/
  5. Webster, R. D. (2015). Declarative knowledge acquisition in immersive virtual learning environments. Interactive Learning Environments, 24(6), 1319-1333. doi: 10.1080/10494820.2014.994533

Referred Proceedings (With Associated Presentations)

  1. Turner, M., Webster, R., Dues, J., McCart, A., & Schroder, C. (2017, June). Polytechnic students’ aspirations, interests, and confidence: Case study on students’ understanding of and reasoning for degree selection. Paper presented at American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Columbus, OH. Washington, DC: ASEE. Manuscript is accepted.
  2. Webster, R. (2017, June). Industry supplied curriculum and team project-based learning: Case study on developing design, problem-solving, communication, and group skills. Paper presented at American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Columbus, OH. Washington, DC: ASEE. Manuscript is accepted.
  3. Webster, R. (2017, June). The paperless first year professor Paper presented at American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Columbus, OH. Washington, DC: ASEE. Manuscript is accepted.
  4. Webster, R., & Dues, J. (2017, June). System Usability Scale (SUS): Oculus Rift® DK2 and Samsung Gear VR®. Paper presented at American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Columbus, OH. Washington, DC: ASEE. Manuscript is accepted.
  5. Turner, M., Dues, J., Cooley, T., Webster, R., Kopp, R., McCart, A., & Reynolds, D. (2016). Purdue Mission to Mars: Recruiting Students into a Polytechnic College. In Proceedings of American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, LA, 26-29 June 2016. Washington, DC: ASEE.
  6. Webster, R., & Dues, J. (2016, August). Polytechnic design thinking from the beginning. Paper presented at 13th International Conference on Design Education, Charlotte, NC. New York, NY: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. doi: 10.1115/DETC2016-59090
  7. ​Turner, M., Dues, J., Cooley, T., Webster, R., Kopp, R., McCart, A., & Reynolds, D. (2016, June). Purdue mission to mars: Recruiting students into a polytechnic college. Paper presented at American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, LA. Washington, DC: ASEE. doi: 10.18260/p.26017. (Best Paper, Engineering Technology Division).
  8. Webster, R., & Clark, A. (2015, August). Turn-Key solutions: Virtual Reality. Paper presented at 35th Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Boston, MA. New York, NY: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. doi: 10.1115/DETC2015-46174
  9. Webster, R. (2014, December). Declarative knowledge acquisition in immersive virtual learning environments. Paper presented at Interservice/Industry Training Simulation and Education (I/ITSEC) Conference, Orlando, FL. Arlington, VA: National Training and Simulation Association. Retrieved from http://www.iitsecdocs.com/
  10. Webster, R. (2014, March). Corrosion prevention and control training in an immersive virtual learning environment. Paper presented at NACE Corrosion, San Antonio. Houston, TX: NACE International. Retrieved from https://www.nace.org/cstm/Store/Default.aspx

Publications (Other)

  1. Webster, R., & Owen, J. (2014, June). Creating valuable internship experiences for product development. Elmhurst, IL: Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering. White Paper. Retrieved from http://www.atmae.org/?page=whitepapers
  2. Webster, R. (2014). Corrosion prevention and control training in an immersive virtual learning environment. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3618509)

Scholarly Presentations

  1. McCart, A., Webster, R., Nandigjav, M., & Turner, M. "Am I the youngest person in the room again? Young faculty perspectives in higher education." Dialogue on Diversity Conference, 7 April 2017, Louisville, KY, Accepted Roundtable.
  2. Webster, R., & Clark, J. "Speak your mind! What needs to change with CAD education?" SOLIDWORKS World, 6 February 2017, Los Angeles, CA, Accepted Conference Presentation.
  3. Webster, R., & Dues, J. "Design Thinking from the Beginning." Purdue Polytechnic Faculty Convocation 12th Annual Poster Session, 9 April 2016, West Lafayette, IN, Poster.
  4. Webster, R., & Clark, J. "From Innovation, to Deliverables, to Patent Using SOLDIWORKS." SOLIDWORKS World, 8 February 2015, Phoenix, AZ, Accepted Conference Presentation.
  5. Webster, R. "The Optimal Tool for Multimedia Instruction." ATMAE Annual Conference, 21 November 2014, St. Louis, MO, Accepted Conference Presentation.
  6. Webster, R. "Corrosion Prevention and Control Training in an Immersive Virtual Learning Environment." AlaSim International, 9 May 2014, Huntsville, AL, Accepted Conference Presentation.
  7. Webster, R. "Corrosion Prevention and Control Training in an Immersive Virtual Learning Environment." NACE Corrosion Conference, 9-13 March 2014, San Antonio, TX, Accepted Poster Presentation.
  8. Webster, R., & Collin, P. "Interactive Visualization Tool: Leap Towards Tony Stark." SOLIDWORKS World, 28 January 2014, San Diego, CA, Accepted Conference Presentation.
  9. Webster, R., & Collins, P. "Interactive Visualization Tools." SOLIDWORKS User Group Network (SWUGN) Technical Summit, 10 September 2013, Nashville, TN, Accepted Conference Presentation.
  10. Webster, R. "Corrosion Prevention and Control Training in an Immersive Virtual Learning Environment." Society for Applied Learning Technology (SALT) Interactive Learning Technologies Conference, 15 August 2013, Reston, VA, Accepted Conference Presentation.
  11. Webster, R. "Corrosion Prevention and Control Training in an Immersive Virtual Learning Environment." Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) VR, 17 March 2013, Orlando, FL, Accepted Doctoral Consortium.
  12. Webster, R., & Clark, J. "IAW ASME Y14.5 ‐ Use It Only if You Know It." SOLIDWORKS World, 23 February 2013, Orlando, FL, Accepted Doctoral Consortium.
  13. Webster, R. "IAW ASME Y14.5 - Use Only if You Know It." SOLIDWORKS World, 13 February 2012, San Diego, CA, Accepted Conference Presentation.
  14. Webster, R. "IAW ASME Y14.5 ‐ Use It Only if You Know It." SOLIDWORKS User Group Network (SWUGN) Technical Summit, 20 September 2011, Nashville, TN, Accepted Conference Presentation.
  15. Webster, R. "IAW ASME Y14.5 - Use Only if You Know It." SOLIDWORKS World, 25 January 2011, San Antonio, TX, Accepted Conference Presentation.
Haiyan (Henry) Zhang

Refereed Journal Papers:

(1) Shi, Weibo, Yu, Xiumin, Zhang, Henry, Li, Haoyan. (2016). Effect of spark timing on combustion and emissions of a hydrogen direct injection stratified gasoline engine, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, in press, online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2016.02.060

(2) Dong, X., Liao, C., Shin, Y.C., Zhang, H.H., (2016). Machinability Improvement of Gear Hobbing via Process Simulation and Tool Wear Predictions, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 86(9), pp. 2771 - 2779.

(3) Zhang, Z., & Zhang, H.H. (2016). FEA based Dissipation Energy and Temperature Distribution of Rubber Bushing, International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA), 6(1), pp. 48-62.

(4) Zhang, Z., & Zhang, H.H. (2016). FEA and Spectral Analysis for Viscoelastic Structures in Frequency and Time Domain, International Journal of Engineering Innovations and Research, 5(1), pp. 5-15.

(5) Chang, X., & Zhang, H.H. (2015). An Investigation of Container Loading Problem Dealing with Irregular Shape Shipment, International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management, 6(2), pp. 67-74.

(6) Zhang, Z., & Zhang, H.H. (2015). A one-dimensional lumped-mass model for a rubber bushing and its application to the calculation of dissipation energy, International Journal of Material and Mechanical Engineering (IJMME), 4(1), pp. 14-23.

(7) Wan, Y., Zhang, H. H., French, R. M. (2015). Adjustable Fractional Order Adaptive Control on Single-Delay Regenerative Machining Chatter, Journal of Fractional Calculus and Applications, 6(1), 185-208.

(8) Zhang, Z., & Zhang, H. H. (2014). Viscoelastic Parameter Identification Based Structure-thermal Analysis of Rubber Bushing, Global Journal of Researches in Engineering B: Automotive Engineering, 14(3), pp. 0 - 11.

(9) Zhang, Z., Wu, P., & Zhang, H. H. (2014). Contact Stress Analysis of Interference Fit between V-band Clamp and Piping Systems, International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology, 4(3), Sept. 2014, pp. 48 – 54.

(10) Zhang Z., Wu, P., Zhang, H. H. (2014). Mechanism and Effect of Mallet Tapping on Contact Stress Distribution between V-band Clamp and Piping Systems, International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management, 5(2), pp. 53-60.

(11) Du, J., Wang, S., Zhang, H. H. (2013). Layered Clustering Multi-fault Diagnosis for Hydraulic Piston Pump, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 36(2), 487-504.

(12) Liang, R., Ye, W., Zhang, H. H., & Yang, Q. (2012). The Thermal Error Optimization Models for CNC Machine Tools, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, December, 63(9), 1167-1176.

(13) Ligata, H., & Zhang, H. H. (2012). Geometric Definition and Contact Analysis of Spherical Involute Straight Bevel Gears, International Journal of Industrial Engineering & Production Research (IJIEPR), 23(2), 101 – 111. 

(14) McHugh, R., & Zhang, H. H. (2011). Virtual Prototyping of Mechatronics for 21st Century Engineering and Technology, International Journal of Engineering Research & Innovation, 3(2), 69–75.

(15) Zhang, H. (2011). Machining Chatter Suppression via Lyapunov Stability Based Model Reference Adaptive Control, International Journal on Intelligent Technologies and Engineering Systems, 1(1), 39–47.

(16) Wan, Y., Zhang, H., & French, M. (2011). Fractional Order PID Design for Nonlinear Motion Control Based on Adept 550 Robot, International Journal of Modern Engineering, 12(1), 11–19.

(17) Ligata, H., & Zhang, H. (2011). Overview and Design of Near-net Formed Spherical Involute Straight Bevel Gears, International Journal of Modern Engineering, 11(2), 47–53.

(18) Zhang, H. (2010). PID Controller Design for A Nonlinear Motion Control Based on Modeling the Dynamics of Adept 550 Robot, International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management, 1(1), 19–27.

(19) Zhang, H., & Ni, J. (2010). Internal Energy Based Analysis on Mechanism of Spindle Speed Variation for Regenerative Chatter Control, Journal of Vibration and Control, 16(2), 281–301.

(20) Zhang, H., Jackson, M. J., & Ni, J. (2009). Stability Analysis on Spindle Speed Variation Method for Machining Chatter Suppression, International Journal of Machining and Machinability of Materials – Special Issue on ‘Next Generation Grinding Wheels’, 5(1), 107 – 128.

(21) Zhang, H., Jackson, M. J., & Ni, J. (2009). Machining Stability Based on Phase Difference and Its Sensitivity, Journal of Manufacturing Technology Research, 1(1/2), 1–20.

(22) Kasparian, V. S., Batur, C., & Zhang, H., Joseph Padovan (1994). Davidon Least Squares Based Learning Algorithm for Feedforward Neural Networks, International Journal of Neural Networks, 7(4), 661–670.

(23) Lin, Y. J., & Zhang, H. (1993). Simplification of Manipulator Dynamic Formulations Utilizing A Dimensionless Method, Robotica, Cambridge University Press, 11(2), 139–147. 

Refereed Conference or Symposium Proceedings Papers:

(1) Wu, H., Zhang, H. H., (2015). Model-based Design and Evaluation of Electric Vehicle Powertrain with Independent Driving Motors (DETC2015-47980), ASME Proceedings 17th International Conference on Advanced Vehicle Technologies, IDETC/CIE 2015, pp. 1-8. August 2-5, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

(2) Tan, Li, Zhang, Haiyan, Jiang Jean (2015), A Complex Adaptive Harmonic IIR Notch Filter, IEEE EIT2015, pp. 107-111, May 21-23, 2015, Northern Illinois University, Naperville, IL, USA.

(3) Li, Y., Zhang, H. H., Liao C. (2014), (MSEC2014-4221). Geometric Parameter Optimization in Cutting Force Model for Deep-hole Drilling, Proceedings of the ASME 14th International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference, June 9-13, Detroit, Michigan, USA.

(4) Ashish Vora, Haotian Wu, Chuang Wang (Purdue), Yili Qian (MIT), Greg Shaver, Vahid Motevalli, Oleg Wasynczuk, Haiyan Zhang, (SAE 2014-01-1906), Development of a SIL, HIL and Vehicle Test-bench for Model-based Design and Validation of Hybrid Powertrain Control Strategies, SAE Annual Meeting 2014

(5) Haotian Wu, Haiyan Zhang, Vahid Motevalli, Yili Qian, Alexander Wolfe, (2013, April), Hybrid Electric Vehicle Powertrain Controller Development Using Hardware in the Loop Simulation, SAE 2013 World Congress and Exhibition, Detroit, Michigan, USA. 

(6) Dietz, E., Kane, M., Motevalli, V., Price, B., Richardson, J., Schmidt, J., & Zhang, H. (alphabetical order) (2011, April). Application of Electric Vehicle System Design to Grand Prix EV, SAE 2011 World Congress and Exhibition, Detroit, Michigan, USA.

(7) Zhang, H. (2010, December). Model Reference Adaptive Controller Design for Machining Chatter Control, International Conference on Manufacturing and Engineering Systems 2010, Taiwan, Republic of China.

(8) McHugh, R., & Zhang, H. (2010, April). Virtual Prototyping of Mechatronics for 21st Century Engineering and Technology, ASEE IL/IN Sectional Conference, West Lafayette, Indiana, April 9–10, 2010.

(9) Zhang, H., & Haran, T. (2009, November). A New Type of Digital Valve Actuated by Piezoelectric Ultrasonic Motor, Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Digital Fluid Power, Linz, Austria.

(10) Zhang, H. (2008, October). A Model-Based Multidisciplinary Correspondent Methodology for Design-by-Analogy, 2008 ASEE North Midwest Section Conference, Educating the Engineer of 2020, Platteville, Wisconsin, USA.

(11) Zhang, H., & Ni, J. (1995, May). Phase Difference And Its Sensitivity Analysis for a Nonlinear Machining Chatter Model, Transactions of North American Manufacturing Research Institution / Society of Manufacturing Engineers (NAMRI/SME), Vol. 23 (pp. 131–136). Houghton, Michigan, USA.

(12) Zhang, H., Ni, J., & Shi, H. (1994, May). Machining Chatter Suppression by Means of Spindle Speed Variation – Part II: The Experimental Investigation, Proceedings of the first S.M. Wu Symposium on Manufacturing Science, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Vol. 1 (pp. 169–175). Evanston, Illinois, USA.

(13) Zhang, H., Ni, J., & Shi, H. (1994, May). Machining Chatter Suppression by Means of Spindle Speed Variation – Part I: The Numerical Simulation, Proceedings of the first S.M. Wu Symposium on Manufacturing Science, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Vol. 1 (pp. 161–167). Evanston, Illinois, USA.

(14) Batur, C., Zhang, H., Padovan, J., & Kasparian, V. S. (1992, June) Davidon Least Square Based Neural Network Learning Algorithms, Proceedings of the American Control Conference. Published by IEEE. Catalog Number 92CH3072-6 (pp. 973–978). Chicago, Illinois, USA.

(15) Zhang, H., Lin, Y. J., & Xu, M. (1991, Nov.). Non-dimensional Method for Modeling and Simplification of Robot Manipulator Dynamics, Proceedings of 2nd National Applied Mechanics and Robotics Conference (pp. IIB.1-1 – 1-7). Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

Book Chapters:

(1) Zhang, H. H., Tan, L. Z., Yu, W. L., Meskouri, M. S. (2015). Mechatronic System Design for a Solar Tracker, in Research in Robotics and Mechatronics, IGI Global Publisher, Maki Habib (Ed)
(2) Zhang, H. H., Rodriguez, D., & Li, Q. (2013). Mechatronics Technology for Solar Cells, in Anwar, S., Efstathiadis, H., & Qazi, S. (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Solar Energy Systems and Technologies (Chapter 12, pp.  309 – 320). IGI Global.
(3) Zhang, H. H., Ni, J., & Jackson, M. J. (2008), Machining Stability, in Jackson, M. J., & Morrell, J. S. (Eds.), Machining with Nanomaterials (Chapter 2, pp. 39 – 65). Springer.
(4) Zhang, H. H., Ni, J., & Jackson, M. J. (2008), Machining Chatter Suppression, in Jackson, M. J., & Morrell, J. S. (Eds.), Machining with Nanomaterials (Chapter 3, pp. 67 – 96). Springer.

Patents

  1. Optical Automatic Transmission Sensor, 65018.P1.US, (in process), December, 2007.

Department: Technology Leadership & Innovation

Mesut Akdere

SELECT REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Akdere, M. (2016). Human resource development in the CIVETS countries: Implications for leadership and innovation in emerging markets. Journal of Global Strategic Management, 10(2), 45-63. 

  2. Top, M., Akdere, M., & Tarcan, M. (2015). Transformational leadership, job satisfaction, organizational commitment, organizational trust in Turkish public hospitals: Public servants versus private sector employees. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(9), 1259-1282.

  3. McLean, G. N., & Akdere, M. (2015). Enriching Human Resource Development education through professional organizations. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 17(2), 239–261. 

  4. Akdere, M., Top, M., Dikmetas, E., & Ergin, G. (2014). An analysis of resident physician occupational burnout in Turkey: Implications for organizational culture. European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management, 3(3/4), 240-256.

  5. Kirchner, M. J., & Akdere, M. (2014). Examining Leadership Development in the U.S. Army within the Human Resource Development Context: Implications for Security and Defense Strategies. The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, 26(3), 351-369. 

SELECT REFEREED BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Coskun, A. & Akdere, M. (2017). Exploring leadership development in Turkey: Implications for technology & innovation. In Alexandre Ardichvili & Khalil Dirani (eds.). Leadership Development in Emerging Market Economies, pp. 261-280. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

  2. Coskun, A. & Akdere, M. (Accepted). Turkey. Ethical business culture in Turkey: Implications for leadership in a Global Economy. In Douglas J Jondle & Alexandre Ardichvili (eds). Ethical Business Cultures in Emerging Markets, pp. xx-xx. Cambridge University Press.

  3. Garavan, T. N., & Akdere, M. (2016). Human resource development in CIVETS. In Thomas N. Garavan, Alma Mc Carthy, & Michael Morley (eds.). Global Human Resource Development: Regional and Country Perspectives, pp. 393-415. New York: Routledge.

  4. Akdere, M. (2015). Knowledge management. In S. M. Dahlgaard-Park (Ed.). The Sage Encyclopedia of Quality and the Service Economy, pp. 360-362. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  5. Akdere, M. (2015). Transformational leadership. In S. M. Dahlgaard-Park (Ed.). The Sage Encyclopedia of Quality and the Service Economy, pp. 819-822. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

SELECT REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. Akdere, M., Top, M. & Tekingündüz, S. (2016). An Empirical Examination of Patient Perceptions on Hospital Service Quality in Turkey: Implications for Evidence-Based Practice. In T. Bentley (Ed.), Refereed Proceedings of the 2016 Australian New Zealand Academy of Management Conference. Brisbane, Australia.

  2. Akdere, M. (2016). Developing Human Resources in the CIVETS Countries: Implications for Leadership and Innovation. In T. Bentley (Ed.), Refereed Proceedings of the 2016 Australian New Zealand Academy of Management Conference. Brisbane, Australia.

  3. Akdere, M., Gider, Ö., & Top, M. (2016). Examining organizational dynamics of trust, commitment, and satisfaction in Turkish hospitals: Implications for employee engagement. In H. J. Yoon, M. Akdere, J. Heffner, & K. Moustaghfir (Eds.),  Refereed Proceedings of the 2016 Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in Asia and MENA. (pp. 158-177). Ifrane, Morocco, Academy of Human Resource Development. [Best Paper Award Runner-Up Award]

  4. Kirchner, M. J., Akdere, M. (2016). Applying the U.S. Army Leader Development System in the contemporary organizations: Implications for technology & innovation. Refereed Proceedings of the 2016 Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in The Americas. St. Paul, MN: Academy of Human Resource Development.

  5. Akdere, M., & Coskun, A. (2015). Ethical business culture of Turkey as an emerging market. Refereed Proceedings of the European Business Ethics Network Conference. Istanbul, Turkey: The European Business Ethics Network.

SELECT INVITED KEYNOTE SPEECHES & PRESENTATIONS

  1. Hickman, L. & Akdere, M. (2016, October). Virtual reality for intercultural leadership education. Purdue University, The 3rd Annual Teaching Academy Day. West Lafayette, IN.

  2. Sulaiman, S., Akdere, M. (2016, June). Toward a better understanding of employees turnover intention. 14th International Conference on Human Resource Management. Vancouver, BC: Canada

  3. Akdere, M. (2015, March). Quality Management in Healthcare. The Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development, University of Minnesota.

  4. Akdere, M., Storberg-Walker, J., Nimon, K., & Wang, J. (2014, February). Research Paradigms, Methodology and Methods. The Graduate Student Research Colloquium, Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Houston: TX.

  5. Akdere, M. (2013, July). Exploring Knowledge Management in Quality Management Process: Implications for Organizational Performance. 3rd International Conference on Managing Services in the Knowledge Economy, Famalicão, Portugal. 

Scott Bartholomew

Refereed Journal Articles

  • (2017). Using Pokemon Go to Teach Integrated STEM. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 76(5), 24-27.
  • (in press). Designing the Technological World Through Biomimicry. Children's Technology & Engineering.
  • Bartholomew, S. R. Integrated STEM through Tumblewings. K-12 STEM Education, 3(2), 157-166.
  • Strimel, G. J., Bartholomew, S. R., Kim, E. (in press). Engaging Children in Engineering Design Through the World of Quadcopters. Children's Technology & Engineering.
  • Bartholomew, S. R., Nadelson, L. S., Goodridge, W. H., Reeve, E. Adaptive Comparative Judgment as a tool for assessing open-ended design problems and model eliciting activities. Educational Assessment.
  • (in press). Middle School Student Perceptions and Actual Use of Mobile Devices. Educational Technology & Society.
  • A route less traveled: Principals’ perceptions of alternatively licensed CTE teachers. Career & Technical Education Research.
  • (in press). Mobile devices, self-directed learning, and achievement in Technology and Engineering Education classrooms during a STEM activity. Journal of Technology Education.
  • Bartholomew, S. R. (2015). Who Teaches the" STE" in STEM?. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 75(2), 14–19.
  • Bartholomew, S. R. (2014). Infusing Creativity into Technology Education through an Understanding of Neuroscience. Journal of Education and Training, 1(1), 133–140.
  • Bartholomew, S. R. (2014). Why we cannot afford to lose CTE in schools. International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education, 6(2), 7–12.
  • Wright, G., Shumway, S., Terry, R., Bartholomew, S. R. (2012). Analysis of five instructional methods for teaching sketchpad to junior high students. Digital Library and Archives of the Virginia Tech University Libraries.
  • Bartholomew, S. R., Wright, G., Terry, R. (2011). AC 2011-2385: DEVELOPING AND ASSESSING STEM CURRICULUM WITH THE INTENT OF PROMOTING TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY. ASEE.

 


 

 

Conference Proceedings

  • (2010). An Evaluation of Student Teaching Evaluation. TERU.
  • Bartholomew, S. R., Wright, G. (2010). What is the most effective method of computer-based multimedia and technology instruction? E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (1st ed., vol. 2010, pp. 1570–1575).
  • (2010). What is the most effective method of multimedia instruction?. TERU.

 
Journal Articles

  • (2017). Adaptive Comparative Judgment - A better way of assessment. Techniques.
  • Assessing Open-ended Design Problems. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 76(7), 13-17.
  • (2015). Successfully integrating robotics into your curriculum. Techniques, 14-17.
  • (2015). Including Mobile Devices in the Classroom. Techniques, 8-9.
  • (2015). My Journey with Self-directed Learning. Techniques, 46-50.
  • Bartholomew, S. R., Wright, G., Terry, R. (2011). Developing and assessing STEM curriculum with the intent of promoting technological literacy.

 


 

 

Conference presentations

  • Mobile devices, self-directed learning, and student achievement: a mixed methods study
  • National Art Education Conference
  • New York City, New York                                                                                                                       2017
  • A better way of assessing open-ended design problems
  • Indiana STEM Education Conference
  • West Lafayette, IN, USA                                                                                                                         2017
  • The impact of mobile device access on student success during an open-ended
  • engineering design challenge
  • Mississippi Valley Technology Teacher Education Conference
  • Chicago, IL, USA                                                                                                                                     2016
  • Mini Quadcopter Engineering Design Challenges
  • UACTE Summer Conference
  • South Jordan, UT, USA                                                                                                                            2016
  • Quadcopter add-ons, accessories, and applications
  • UACTE Summer Conference
  • South Jordan, UT, USA                                                                                                                            2016
  • Engineering Design Meets Agriculture
  • UACTE Summer Conference
  • South Jordan, UT, USA                                                                                                                            2016
  • Work-based Learning Quadcopter Applications
  • UACTE Summer Conference
  • South Jordan, UT, USA                                                                                                                            2016
  • Work-based Learning Quadcopter Applications
  • Work-based Learning Conference
  • South Jordan, UT, USA                                                                                                                            2016
  • Mobile Devices in K-12 Education
  • International Technology & Engineering Educators Association Washington DC, USA                        2016
  • Quadcopters: STEM Collaboration in Classrooms and Competitions
  • International Technology & Engineering Educators Association Washington DC, USA                        2016
  • Mini Quadcopters in K-12 classrooms
  • UACTE Mid-Winter Conference, St. George, Utah, USA                                                                       2016
  • Why Society can’t afford to lose TEE
  • International Technology & Engineering Educators Association Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA             2015
  • How mobile-devices increase self-directed learning
  • International Technology & Engineering Educators Association Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA             2015
  • Engaging Students through designing and building quad-copters
  • UACTE Mid-Winter Conference, Corner Canyon, Utah, USA                                                                2015
  • Infusing Creativity into Technology Education through an Understanding of Neuroscience
  • International Technology & Engineering Educators Association Orlando, Florida, USA                       2014
  • Design, Create, & Build your own Children’s Toys (Laser Projects)
  • UACTE Mid-Winter Conference, Saratoga Springs, Utah, USA                                                            2014
  • DIY Life-sized Vinyl Stickers
  • UACTE Mid-Winter Conference, Saratoga Springs, Utah, USA                                                            2014
  • Easy Lego Mindstorms Projects
  • UACTE Mid-Winter Conference, Saint George, Utah, USA                                                                  2013
  • Awesome Laser Projects
  • UACTE Mid-Winter Conference, Saint George, Utah, USA                                                                  2013
  • Intro to Animation – Teaching animation using free software applications
  • UACTE Summer Conference, Logan, Utah, USA                                                                                 2012
  • Design a “dream-fort” – 3d modeling with Google Sketchup
  • UACTE Summer Conference, Logan, Utah, USA                                                                                 2012
  • How to teach and use Green Screen Technologies
  • UACTE Mid-Winter Conference, Saint George, Utah, USA                                                                 2011
  • Design a “dream-fort” – 3d modeling with Google Sketchup
  • UACTE Mid-Winter Conference, Saint George, Utah, USA                                                                2011
Kari Clase

Articles

  1. Ertmer P, Freemyer S, Adedokun O, Clase KL (in press) The Grand Challenge: Helping teachers learn/teach cutting edge science via a PBL Approach. 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  2. Clase KL, Halverson K, Heyden R (in press) Using Second Life in a formal STEM classroom to learn how to represent annotated genomes and develop a sense of community. 2012 Annual Meeting of the National Association Research in Science Teaching, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  3. Goodpaster K, Adedokun O, Kirkham L, Ertmer P, Clase K, Weaver G (in press) The impact of a professional development workshop on rural STEM teachers’ self-efficacy and biofuels knowledge. (in press). 2012 Annual Meeting of the National Association Research in Science Teaching, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  4. Adamo-Villani N, Clase KL, Heyden R, Wiecha J (in press) Constructing self-discovery learning spaces online: Scaffolding and decision making technologies. Hai-Jew, Shalin (Ed.). IGI Global Publishing.
  5. Clase KL, Gundlach E, Peleaz N (2010) Calibrated peer review for computer-assisted learning of biological research competencies Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 38, 290-295.
  6. Clase KL (2009).  Engagement Through a dual credit initiative resulting in collaborative partnerships to create pre-engineering biotechnology curriculum for the K12 classroom. Proceedings of Frontiers in Education 39th Annual Conference: IEEE Education Society, October.
  7. Clase KL, Adamo-Villani N, Gooding L, Yadav A, Karpicke J, Gentry M (2009) Enhancing Creativity in Synthetic Biology with Interactive Virtual Environments. Proceedings of Frontiers in Education 39th Annual Conference: IEEE Education Society, October.
  8. Clase KL (2008) Design and implementation of an interdepartmental biotechnology program across engineering technology curricula.  Journal of Technology Studies, 34, 12-19.
  9. Clase KL, Hein PW, Pelaez NJ (2008) Demand for interdisciplinary laboratories for physiology research by undergraduate students in biosciences and biomedical engineering. Advances Physiology Education, 32, 256-260.
  10. Clase, K. L. (2007) Promoting Creativity and Innovation in an Entrepreneurial Certificate Program through Science and Technology Inquiry-Based Learning Modules for Introductory Biotechnology.  Technology Interface. Fall 2007.
  11. Clase KL, Mitchell PJ, Dorman CM, Johnson SE, Hannon K. (2000)  FGF5 stimulates expansion of connective tissue fibroblasts and inhibits skeletal muscle development in the limb.  Developmental Dynamics. 219 (3):  368-80.
  12. Steenstrup T, Clase KL, Hannon KM. (2000)  Rapid quantification of cell numbers using computer images.  Biotechniques. 28(4):  624-6, 628.
  13. Morris RC, Galicia MC, Clase KL, Elliott MS. (1999) Determination of queuosine modification system deficiencies in cultured human cells.  Mol Genet Metab. 68 (1):  56-67.
  14. Kudla AJ, Jones NC, Rosenthal RS, Arthur K, Clase KL, Olwin BB. (1998)  The FGF receptor-1 tyrosine kinase domain regulates myogenesis but is not sufficient to stimulate proliferation.  Journal of Cell Biology. 142 (1):  241-50.
  15. Hannon K, Kudla AJ, McAvoy MJ, Clase KL, Olwin BB. (1996)  Differentially expressed fibroblast growth factors regulate skeletal muscle development through autocrine and paracrine mechanisms.  Journal of Cell Biology. 132 (6):  1151-9.
Brett Crawford

Scholarly Publications

  1. Crawford, B. (2015). The Historical and Cultural Construction of Legitimated Interests: The Rise of American Chambers of Commerce, Management and Organizational History, 10(3-4), 230-250.
  2. Crawford, B. & Branch, J. (2015). Interest Plurality and Institutional Work: An Ethnography of Rural Community Organizing, Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 4(1), 98-116.
  3. Lin, K.; Anspach, R.; Crawford, B.; Parnami, S.; Fuhrel-Forbis, A. & De Vries, R. (2014). What must I do to succeed?: Narratives from the US Premedical Experience, Social Science and Medicine, 119: 98-105.
  4. Lin, K.; Parmami, S.; Fuhrel-Forbis, A.; Anspach, R.; Crawford, B. & De Vries, R. (2013). The Undergraduate Premedical Experience in the United States: A Critical Review, International Journal of Medical Education, 4: 26-37. 

 

Conference Presentations

  1. “The Eight-Hour Interview,” B. Crawford, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada, 2015.
  2. “Legitimizing the Taboo: Official student sexuality organizations as spaces for harm reduction, recognition, and community,” E. Coslor, B. Crawford & B. Brents, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2015.
  3.  “The Cultural Construction of Legitimated Interests: The Rise of American Chambers of Commerce,” B. Crawford, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Lake Buena Vista, 2013.
  4. “Interests as Institutional Fiber: Figurations, Institutions, and Localized Contexts,” B. Crawford, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, 2012.
  5. “The Phenomenon of Interests in Organizational Institutionalism: A Critical Review,” B. Crawford, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, 2012.
  6. “Learning the “Rules of the Game”: The Moral Education of Premedical Students,” K. Lin, R. Anspach, B. Crawford, S. Parnami, A. Fuhrel-Forbis & R. DeVries, Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, New York, 2012.
  7. “Interests as Institutional Fiber: Creating Chamber Affiliate Organizations as Necessity,” B. Crawford, The Ingenuity Conference: Organizational Ingenuity Under Institutional Constraints, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, 2011.
  8. “Towards a Process Theory of Propagating Interests and Institutional Entrepreneurship: Change in a Chamber of Commerce”. B. Crawford & J. Branch, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, 2011.
  9. “The Normative Pillar of the Professions,” B. Crawford & J. Branch. (Discussant: R. Greenwood; Presenters: W.R. Scott, M. Kraatz, D. Muzio, and B. Rubineau) Spotlight Symposium, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, 2011.
  10. “Decoupling Interests While Co-Aligning: A Historiography of U.S. Chambers of Commerce,” B. Crawford, 6th Organization Studies Workshop: “Bringing Public Organizations and Organizing Back In,” Paris, France, 2011.
  11. “Interests, Social Worlds, and Capital: Structure in a Chamber of Commerce,” B. Crawford & J. Branch, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, 2010.
  12. “Institutional Entrepreneurship: Re-Shaping Interests and Change in a Chamber of Commerce,” B. Crawford & J. Branch, ABC Workshop: Organizing Institutions: Agency and Interpretive Approaches, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2010. 
Alexander Crispo

Conferences Attended

  1. Davis, B., Crispo, A., & Wagenheim, G. (2011). A leadership guide for using Appreciative Inquiry intervention in overcoming miserable jobs.  Proceedings of the 39th Annual International Association for Experiential Education (AEE), Jacksonville, FL. 
  2. Davis, B., Crispo, A. & Wagenheim, G. (2009).  Co-constructing positive feedback using appreciative inquiry.  Proceeding of the Thirty Ninth Conference of the International Society for the Exploration of Teaching and Learning, Philadelphia, PA,  Electronic Proceedings. 
  3.  Wagenheim, G., Bennett, J., Clark, R. & Crispo, A. (2009). Toward becoming a better teacher: Using visual images to explore and challenge assumptions we hold about our teaching. Organizational Behavior Teaching Society Conference, Charleston, SC,  Electronic Proceedings 
  4. Crispo *, A. & Ncube, L. (2007). Conventional teaching and the gestalt alternative.Proceeding of the Thirty Seventh Conference of the International Society for the Exploration of Teaching and Learning, Atlanta, GA,   Electronic Proceedings. 
  5. Wagenheim*, G, Crispo A., & Clark, D. (2007) Mirror image: Do our personal hobby and sport pursuits reflect who we are and how we teach? Proceeding of the Thirty Seventh Conference of the International Society for the Exploration of Teaching and Learning, Atlanta, GA, Electronic Proceedings. 
  6. Ncube*, L., Crispo, A., Davis, B., & Wagenheim, G. (2007).  Generational cultures: Leaders bridging the generational gaps and maximizing potential in the work place.International Leadership Association 9th Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada,  Electronic proceedings. 
  7.  Davis*, B., Summers, M., Crispo, A., Vandeveer, R., & Strate, M. (2006) Meaningful classroom activities for interactive student learning are where the rubber meets the road at the crossroads of Leadership studies. International Leadership Association 8th Annual Conference, Chicago, IL,   Electronic proceedings.  
  8. Crispo*, A. & Wagenheim, G. (2006) Exploring teaching and learning in a “World Café”: An easy-to-use method for creating collaborative conversations. Proceedings of the Thirty Sixth Conference of the International Society for the Exploration of Teaching and Learning, Palm Springs, CA,  Electronic proceedings. 
  9. Crispo*, A., Vandeveer, R., & Sugarman, H. (2005) Appreciative inquiry helps define “best-in-class leadership”: An exciting philosophy for change. International Leadership Association 7th Annual Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands,   Electronic proceedings. 
  10. Crispo, A. (2005) An interdisciplinary approach to service learning: Using “Appreciative Inquiry” as a catalyst to community Revitalization. Proceedings of the Thirty Fifth Conference of the International Society for the Exploration of Teaching and Learning, Cocoa Beach, FL,  Electronic Proceedings. 
  11. Crispo, A. (2004). Students appreciate “Appreciative Inquiry”: Sharing positive learning experiences. Proceedings of the Thirty Fourth Conference of the International Society for the Exploration of Teaching and Learning, Baltimore, MD,   Electronic Proceedings.
Beverly Davis

Journals

  1. Davis, B. (2007). Situational Prevention and Penetration Testing: A Proactive Approach to Social Engineering in Organizations. Terrorism Issues: Threat Assessment, Consequences, and Prevention. Ed. Merkidze, A.W. New York: Nova Science Publishers. pp. 175-189.
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  3. Ripley, M.L. & Davis, B. (July, 2007). Trickster Fiddles with Information: The Social Impact of Technological Marketing Schemes. 2007 International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics sponsored by the International Institute of Informatics and Systemics: Orlando, FL. 325-330. 
  4. Davis, B. & Cummings, M. (March, 2007). Advanced Networking Technologies: Reciprocity Lessons for Leaders in Military Operations and Business Ventures. 2007 International Academy of Business Disciplines:  Orlando, FL
  5. Laware, G., Davis, B., & Perusich, K. (Spring, 2006). Systems Thinking: A Paradigm for Professional Development. International Journal of Modern Engineering,  V.6, Number 2.
  6. Laware, G., Davis, B., & Perusich, K. (Spring, 2006). Systems Thinking: A Paradigm for Professional Development. International Journal of Modern Engineering,  V.6, Number 2.
  7. Davis, B. (Spring, 2005). PREPARE: Seeking systemic solutions for technological crisis management (TCM). Journal of Knowledge and Process Management: Wiley Publishers. V. 12, Number 2, pp. 123-131.
  8. Davis, B. & Jack, H. (Grand Valley State University) (June, 2005). Reinventing Manufacturing Engineering: Refocusing and Exploring Future Opportunities for Students. 2005 ASEE Conference: CD ROM. Portland, OR *Selected for on-line publication by the National Center for Manufacturing Education Resource Center (www.ncmeresource.org).  
  9. Morgan, J. (Princeton University), & Davis, B. (June, 2005). Promoting Engineering Education as a Career: A Generational Approach. 2005 ASEE Conference Proceedings: CD ROM. Portland, OR
  10. Ripley, M.L. (York University: Toronto), & Davis, B. (October, 2004). Consumer     Behavior, Social Class and Marketing: Technoism and Digital Divisions. Emerging Issues in Business and Technology Proceedings: Myrtle Beach, SC. 
  11. Davis, B., & Ripley, L. (York University: Toronto, Canada).  (October, 2003). Technology has no conscience of its own: Trickster, Technoism, and technology acquisition life-cycles. 2003 Proceedings of the Emerging Issues in Business and Technology.341-348: Myrtle Beach, SC.

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