My research interests are in quality engineering, design of experiments, statistical modeling, Bayesian computation, and uncertainty quantification. I am especially interested in developing statistical methods for solving complex engineering problems. See my publications.

## Research Projects

- PI, NSF CMMI-MES, “CAREER: Design and Analysis of Experiments for Developing Robust Products and Processes”. $400,000 from 2005-2011.
- Co-PI, U.S. Army Research Office, “Adaptive Designs for Sensitivity Experiments and Related Problems”. $270,000 from 2005-2008. (PI: C. F. J. Wu).
- Co-PI, NSF CMMI-MES, “SACE: Statistics-Aided Computer Experiments”. $300,00 from 2006-2010. (PI: C. F. J. Wu, Co-PIs: K. L. Tsui and J. K. Allen (ME)).
- PI, NSF CMMI-MME, “An Engineering-Statistical Approach to Predictive Modeling and Robust Optimization with Applications to Machining”. $364,801 from 2007-2011. (Co-PIs: S. N. Melkote (ME) and C F. J. Wu).
- Co-PI, NSF DMS-DMR, “MSPA-MPS: Experimental Design for Achieving Consistent and High Yield in the Controlled Synthesis of Nanostructures”. $546,278 from 2007-2011. (PI: C. F. J. Wu and Co-PI: Z. L. Wang (MSE)).
- Co-PI, U.S. Army Research Office, “Complex Simulations: Accurate Prediction and Fast Computation”. $329,495 from 2008-2011. (PI: C. F. J. Wu).
- Co-PI, NSF DMS, “Computer Experiments: Multi-Layer Designs, Kriging, and Beyond”. $400,000 from 2010-2014. (PI: C. F. J. Wu).
- PI, NSF CMMI-MES, “Metamodel-based Measurement, Control, and Optimization of Engineered Surfaces”. $380,000 from 2010-2013. (Co-PI: J. Shi).
- PI, Proctor & Gamble, “Project on Design and Analysis of Computer Experiments”. $18,383 from Jan 2012-June 2012.
- Co-PI,
*DOE/TWS-U.S. Innovative Manufacturing Initiative*, “Sustainable Manufacturing via Multi-scale Physics-based Process Modeling and Manufacturing-informed Design”. Subcontracted through*Third Wave Systems Inc*. $809,000 from Jan 2013- Dec 2015. (PI: S. N. Melkote, Co-PIs: R. Pucha and J.Morehouse (ME)). - PI,
*NSF CMMI-SES*, “Collaborative Research: Physical-Statistical Modeling and Optimization of Cardiovascular Systems”. $150,000 (GT) - Co-PI,
*DOE*, “A Mathematical Environment for Quantifying Uncertainty: Integrated and Optimized at the Extreme-Scale”. $450,000 (GT) from 2013-2016 (PI: C. F. J. Wu). (Collaborative research with ORNL, Sandia NL, and FSU, total funding: $4,200,000.) - Co-PI,
*US Army Research Office*, “Binary and Hybrid Response Data in Sensitivity Testing: Sequential and Bayesian Optimal Designs”. $404,070 from 2014-2017. (PI: C. F. J. Wu). - Co-PI,
*US Army Research Office*, “Sequential Designs for Sensitivity Testing and Computer Experiments”. $415,095 from 2016-2019. (PI: C. F. J. Wu). - PI,
*NSF DMS*, “Deterministic Sampling through Energy Minimization”. $199,999 from 2017-2020.