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David Koonce

Associate Professor
Industrial and Systems Engineering,Center for Advanced Materials Processing
STKR 283
koonce@ohio.edu
Phone: 740-593-9759

David Koonce is an associate professor in the ISE Department, director of the Engineering Management program and an associate dean in the Graduate College at Ohio University.


Research Interests: Data integration, data mining, data visualization, cost estimation, gender in STEM education

All Degrees Earned: Ph.D., Engineering Science, Louisiana State, 1993. M.S., Industrial Engineering, Louisiana State, 1990. B.S., Industrial Engineering, Louisiana State, 1988.

Publications:

Matta, Vic, Koonce, David and Jeyaraj, Anand, Initiation, Experimentation, Implementation of Innovations: The Case for Radio Frequency Identification Systems. International Journal of Information Management, October 2011.

Vic Matta and David Koonce, Semantic Breakdown of Functionality of a Matrix of RFID Technology to Support Application Development, Journal of Computer Information Systems, Vol 49 (3), pages 54-59, 2009.

Gary R. Weckman, Chandrasekhar V. Ganduri and David A. Koonce, A neural network job-shop scheduler, Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, Springer Netherlands, vol. 19(2), pages 191-201, 2008.

Koonce, D.A. & Gandhi, R.P. & Nambiar, A.N. & Judd, R.P., Identifying and removing error in hierarchical cost estimates"" International Journal of Production Economics, Elsevier, vol. 109(1-2), pages 41-52 2007.

David Koonce, Nihar Shah, Raju Gandhi, Arun Nambiar, and Robert Judd, Consistency Issues in Estimating Cost with a WBS, Proceedings of the 16th CIRP International Design Seminar, Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada, 2006.

Chandrasekhar Ganduri, David Koonce and Dusan N. Sormaz, Cell Formation Based on Dimensionality Reduction of the Part-Machine Incidence Matrix, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Group Technology / Cellular Manufacturing, Groningen, The Netherlands, 2006.

Awards:

GE - COMPEAT$TM Cost Model Development and Maintenance, 1/10-12/11, $52,550

NSF - Academic Career Success in Science and Engineering-Related Fields for Female Faculty at Public Two-Year Institutions, 9/10-8/11, $500,000

NIST (ATP) Federated Intelligent Production Environment, 11/99-11/03, (OU $1.1 million, Team $22 Million)

State of Ohio ITEC - Network Emulation Testbed for Quality and Service Protocol Studies, 8/02-8/03, $116,500

NSF (GOALI), Integration of CAD, CAPP and MRP Systems, 1/96-12/98, $345,670