Curriculum vitae


(ii) Funding from internal sources



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(ii) Funding from internal sources:


Schmidt Status

Project Title

Funding Source (Period)

Schmidt Funds

Total Funds

PI: Schmidt


PIRLS Development

Improvement of Curriculum

Provost


A James Clark School of Engineering

(2004, 2005, 2006)






$ 150,000

PI: Schmidt

Co-PI: Schmidt (J)

Co-PI: Smith


RISE: Research Internships in Science and Engineering

A. James Clark School of Engineering (10/2001-9/2004)

Matching Funds

Provost’s Office (10/03-9/04)

Provost’s Office (10/02-9/03)

Provost’s Office (10/01-9/02)

$ 100,500


$ 15,000

$ 15,000


$ 12,000

$ 100,500


$ 15,000

$ 15,000


$ 12,000

PI: Schmidt

Co-PIs: Bigio, Schmidt (J), and Lent



BESTEAMS

A. James Clark School of Engineering (6/2001-6/2004)

Matching Funds



$ 37,500

$ 75,000


PI: Schmidt

Co-PIs: Bigio, Schmidt (J), and Lent



BESTEAMS

Mechanical Engineering

(6/2001-6/2004)

Matching Funds


$ 7,500

$ 15,000


Co-PI: Schmidt

Co-PIs: Mead, Natishan, Schmidt (J), Bigio, Lent



The BESTEAMS Partnership

A. James Clark School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, UM’s Undergraduate Program, ECSEL Program

(9/1997 –2002)



$ 22,333

$ 67,000

PI: Schmidt

GGREADA-Genesis Synergy

Minta Martin Fund for Aeronautical Research (6/1997 –6/1999)

$ 23,500

$ 23,500

PI: Schmidt

Grammar-Based Design Tools

Minta Martin Fund for Aeronautical Research (6/1996 –6/1997)

$ 30,000

$ 30,000

PI: Schmidt

Meccano Set Grammar

UM Graduate Research Board

(6/1996 –9/1996)



$ 6,000

$ 6,000

(iii) Past external equipment and software grants:


“Software Gift Grant,” Education Foundation of SME, $245,000, 7/1997-6/1998, with Drs. Zhang (PI), Azarm, and Barker.

(iv) Past external in-kind funding:


“Industrial Partnership Support for Product Engineering and Manufacturing Class,” Black & Decker Corporation, Match for Career funds in the form of equipment and engineer’s time, $28,500, 1999-2000, and $28,500, annually, 2001-2005.

(v) Pending external proposals:


Schmidt Status

Project Title

Funding Source (Period)

Schmidt Funds

Total Funds

PI: M. Cukier

Co-PI Schmidt



DBD for Software Automated Attacks: Incremental Innovation Analysis and Prediction


National Science Foundation

$ 100,000

$200,000

PI: Schmidt

Co-PI: Schmidt (J)

Co-PI: Smith


Supplement to Assessing Impact of Early Specialization

NSF

$50,000

$50,000

Pending contract subtotals




$250,000

j. Fellowships, Prizes, and Awards.

Recipient of Department of Defense National Defense Science and Engineering Fellowship, 1991-1994.

National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship Awarded and Declined, 1991.

Best Paper Presentation, Fourth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Design (AID’96), Stanford, CA, June 24-27, 1996.

Distinguished Paper Award, 8th International Design Theory and Methodology Conference, ASME, Irvine, CA, August 19-22, 1996.

Nomination for Xerox Best Paper Award (1 of 6), 13th ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, ASME, Pittsburgh, PA, September 9-12, 2001.

2003 Exemplary Program Award: RISE Program, American College Personnel Association’s Commission for Academic Support in Higher Education. One of three programs honored nationwide.

Nomination for Educational Research Methods Division Best Paper (1 of 4, 78 total) 2004 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, June 20-23, Salt Lake City, UT, (2004).

Nomination for Educational Research Methods Division Best Paper (1 of ?, ? total) 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, June 11-15, Portland, OR, (2005).

k. Editorships, Editorial Boards, and Reviewing Activities for Journals and Other Learned Publications.



  1. Editorships:

Associate Editor, ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, 2002-2005.

Associate Editor, Journal of Design and Manufacturing Automation, September 2000-September 2003.

Co-Guest Editor Journal of Engineering Valuation and Cost Analysis, Special Issue on Decision Based Design, Volumes 2-3, 2000.


  1. Book Reviewer:

Cambridge University Press

WCB/McGraw-Hill




  1. Journal Paper Reviewer:

AIAA Journal

ASEE Journal of Engineering Education

ASME Journal of Mechanical Design

ASME Transactions, Journal of Computing & Information Science in Engineering (JCISE)

Computer-Aided Design, Special Issue on Conceptual Design

Computer-Aided Design, (CAD-D-05-00065)

Engineering Design and Automation Journal

European Journal of Operations Research

IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computing

IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation

IIE Transactions

INFORMS Journal on Computing

International Journal of Computers Systems and Signals (IJCSS)

Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems

Research in Engineering Design

l. Other.

AAAS Project 2061, Atlas of Science Literacy, Vol, 2. 2007.,

3. Teaching, Mentoring, and Advising

a. Courses taught in the last five years.


  1. General.

Period &

Department Mean Scores

Course Name

(Student Count)

Schmidt

Evaluation

Fall 1999

18 Criteria Mean is 3.24



ENME 371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (17)

18 Criteria mean is 3.94/4

Spring 2000

18 Criteria Mean is 3.49



ENME 371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (30)

18 Criteria mean is 3.58/4

Fall 2000

Grade 1: 3.17

Grade 2: 3.19

Grade 3: 3.18, SD .96



ENME 371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (24)

(See footnotes 1 & 2)



Grade 1: 2.85

Grade 2: 2.93

Grade 3: 2.89, SD .96


Fall 2001

ENME 371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (15)

Grade 1: 3.31

Grade 2: 3.39

Grade 3: 3.69, SD .5


Spring 2002

ENME 371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (24)

Grade 1: 3.19

Grade 2: 3.40

Grade 3: 3.30


Fall 2003

ENME 371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (35)

Grade 1: 3.40

Grade 2: 3.44

Grade 3: 3.42


Spring 2004

ENME 371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (70) Evals returned to me for only one section 34 of 70 students

Grade 1: 2.53

Grade 2: 2.44

Grade 3: 2.48


Spring 2005

ENME 472: Capstone Design (33)

Grade 1: 3.14

Grade 2: 3.44

Grade 3: 3.30


Fall 2005

ENME 472: Engineering Design Methods (62)

Combined: 3.19

Summer 2006

ENME 472: Capstone Design (13 Students)

Not Rated

Spring 2006

ENME 472: Capstone Design (113 Students)

This is not a representative sample



Grade (1) 1.97 (2)&(3) 1.96

21 responses out of 97



Spring 2007

ENME 472 Capstone Design (41)




Fall 2007

ENME 472 Capstone Design (38)






  1. Specialized.

    Period &

    Department Mean Scores

    Course Name

    (Student Count)

    Schmidt

    Evaluation

    Fall 2000


    ENME 600 (808A): Mechanical Design Formalisms (14) New Course

    Grade (1) 3.03;(2) 2.85; (3) 2.94, SD 1.08

    Spring 2001

    ENME 808X: Engineering Decision-Making (12)

    Grade (1) 3.62;(2): 3.74 (3): 3.69

    Fall 2001

    ENSE 623: Systems Engineering Design Projects Course1 (23)

    Grade 3: 3.20

    Fall 2002

    ENME 600: Engineering Design Methods (24)

    Grade (1) 3.10 (2) 3.35 (3) 3.23

    Spring 2003

    ENME 808X: Engineering-Decision Making (11)

    Grade (1) 3.42 (2) 3.26 (3) 3.34

    Spring 2004

    ENME 489X Collaborative Design (3)

    Not Rated

    Fall 2004

    ENME 600: Engineering Design Methods (29)

    Grade (1) 3.28 (2) 3.39 (3) 3.38

    ENME 489I: Collaborative Design (4)

    Not Rated

    Spring 2005

    ENME 489X: Collaborative Design (5)

    Not Rated

    Fall 2005

    ENME 808T Technology Innovation (9)

    Course Manager Not Rated

    Spring 2006

    ENME 808T Technology Innovation (12)

    Course Manager Not Rated

    Fall 2007

    ENME 600: Engineering Design Methods (14)




  2. University Honors, College Park Scholars, and other special programs.

    Period &

    Course Name (Student Count)

    Fall 2001

    GEMS 296: Gemstone Urban Revitalization Project (9)

    Spring 2002

    GEMS 297: Gemstone Urban Revitalization Project (10)

    Fall 2002

    GEMS 396: Gemstone Urban Revitalization Project (10)

    Spring 2003

    GEMS 397: Gemstone Urban Revitalization Project (9)

    Fall 2003

    GEMS 496: Gemstone Urban Revitalization Project (9)

    Spring 2004

    GEMS 497: Gemstone Urban Revitalization Project (9)

    Team Graduated



  3. Independent Study, Tutorial, Internship Supervision.

Supervised Eleanor Roosevelt High School Interns.
b. Course or Curriculum Development.

  1. Development & Improvement.

Mechanical Engineering Product Innovation and Realization Laboratory Suite (PIRLS): I am a developer and the Director of PIRLS, a teaching laboratory created for ME design courses. PIRLS includes both a workshop area and a computer lab with specialty product design software. The Lab represents about a $150K investment of the ME Department and has an annual budget of approximately $25K.

ENME 371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (Course Leader): This is the department’s premier Junior-level required design course, providing students with a fundamental understanding of the product development process. Black & Decker is our industrial partner, providing products, design project consulting and class lectures

ENME 392: Statistics for Product Engineering and Improvement (Course Leader): This course debuted in Spring 1999 as a Junior-level required course and a foundational course in our Engineering Management Career Path. Topics range from introductory statistics to interpretation of designed experiments. The course includes a group project component.

ENME 600 Engineering Design Methods (Course Leader): I developed this introductory course in critical thinking about mechanical design processes. The course is a core graduate requirement for Design and Manufacturing Program students. Participants gain background in formal methods, theories and unusual approaches to mechanical design. We also study the latest trends in the design theory research community.

ENME 808X Decision-Based Design (Course Leader): I am the course leader and co-developer of this graduate course on decision-making, a key construct in the design process. This course introduces a perspective of engineering design that focuses student attention on the decision-making process. The course themes are generating design alternatives, modeling decision-maker preferences, assessing alternatives realistically and making the best possible choice from the alternatives.

ENME489X: Human Powered Vehicle Project: I am co-instructor director of the design process. This course was offered in response to student requests to formalize into a course a project that had already begun. Students successfully built and raced a winning three-wheeled, tadpole-designed vehicle in the ASME’s 1999 HPV Competition.

ENME 489B/ENEE 489Q Design and Implementation of a Pinball Redemption Machine: I was recruited to be the design instructor of the four-professor, interdisciplinary, instruction team. This was a yearlong project course developed with support from the Lockheed-Martin fund for advanced interdisciplinary team projects.

ENME 489X and I Collaborative Design: (S04, F04, I was recruited to be the design instructor of the four-professor, interdisciplinary, instruction team. This was a three-year project course developed with support from the Parametric Technologies Corporation and John Deere. This course is an experimental offering sponsored by PTC and John Deere. It is a multi-university collaborative design course using PTC's Windchill Softare.

ENME 808T Technology Innovation: Offered in Fall 2005 and Spring 2006 Co –sponsored by David Barbe, MTECH.


  1. Undergraduate Student Project Awards.

“Pinball Redemption Machine Project.” The Comet Commander, was successfully designed, built, and displayed at the PAPA6 World Championship of Pinball competition in Las Vegas, NV, in January of 1998.

“Human Powered Vehicle Project.” Course students competed in the ASME 1999 HPV competition after raising over $30K in support from the ME department, the college, and other sponsors. The team won First Place in the Practical Vehicle Overall competition and Third Place in the Speed Vehicle Overall competition. The team's design report received special praise from the judges and the team was awarded a special plaque for teamwork in assisting a competing team.

c. Manuals, Notes, Software, Webpages, and Other Contributions to Teaching.

BESTEAMS Website with downloadable Teaching Modules.

d. Teaching Awards and Other Special Recognition.

Special Faculty Appreciation Award for Advising 1997-2004, Pi Tau Sigma, Maryland Tau Mu Chapter, May 3, 2005.

Winner, “2004 Outstanding Gemstone Mentor Award,” Gemstone Program, University of Maryland.

Finalist (1 of 3), “2004 Outstanding Advisor for a Student Organization Award,” University of Maryland.

Winner, “2002 Outstanding Advisor for a Student Organization Award,” University of Maryland.

Finalist (1 of 4), “2001 Outstanding Advisor for a Student Organization Award,” University of Maryland.

ASME Student Chapter Best Professor Award, 1999-2000.

Pi Tau Sigma Student Chapter Special Faculty Award, 1996-97 and 1997-98.

e. Advising: Other than Research Direction.


  1. Undergraduate.

Faculty Advisor to Pi Tau Sigma, Mechanical Engineering Honorary Society, Fall 1997 to Fall 2004.

Amber Christine Smith, 2006 – present, Industrial Design, Individual Studies Program, Expected Graduation in May 2008.




  1. Graduate. None

  2. Other advising activities None

f. Advising: Research Direction.

i. Undergraduate.

Served in a multitude of different advising roles for 30+ undergraduate students over the past 5 years. These roles include supervising research projects, independent studies, and course enhancement projects.

2006, Monahan, Mary Theresa ISR REU -- Co-Advised with Dr. Cukier

ii. Master's.

H. Shetty (August 1998): “A Graph Grammar Approach to the Generation of Non-Isomorphic Graphs for the Structure Synthesis of Mechanisms.”

S. Kerkar (December 1988): “Conversion of the Connectivity Representation of A Design to a Solid Model Using Graph Grammars and Geometric Constraint Satisfaction Techniques.”

Honore Spencer (August 1998): “Creative Design Methods and Investigation of Cellulose Fiber Transport and Application System.”

E. Chang (May 2001), “Framework for a Design Representation System and Rationale Repository (DR3).”

B. Lawford (December 2003) “Uncertainty Analysis and Quality Assurance for Coordinate Measuring System Software.”

Dixon, Eva Jane M (2004) Switched to Non-Thesis Masters in 2004.

D. Morgan (August 2007) “Environmental Opportunities in Conceptual Design: Enhancing the TRIZ Database with ENERGY STAR Products and Functional Models.”

A. Grenier, MS Expected May 2008.

B. Teitelbaum, MS Expected May 2009.


iii. Doctoral.

H. Shi (Advanced to Candidacy September 2000): “Strategies for Generating Feasible Conceptual Designs: Comparing HTN Planning with Grammar-based Design,” Graduated: December 2003.

R. Sunkari (Advanced to Candidacy and received Masters Degree December 2004): “Structural Synthesis and Mobility Analysis of Kinematic Mechanisms”, Graduation: December 2006.

X. Li (Advanced to Candidacy and received Masters Degree December 2004, Status Reinstated 2003): “Grammar-Based Designer Assistance Tool Integrating Generation and Selection.” Employed Fulltime at IBM Global Services.



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