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Research Projects

Ongoing

  1. DOE/NETL: "Real-Time Health Monitoring for Gas Turbine Components using Online Learning and High Dimensional Data", $750,297 from 9/1/2017 to 8/31/2020
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  2. DOE/NETL: "Sensing Electric Networks Securely and Economically (SENSE)", $1,871,873 from 9/1/2017 to 8/31/2020
    Co-PI: Gebraeel N.
  3. Industry: "Predictive Analytics for Generator Components ", $185,000 from 9/2016 to 3/2018.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  4. Industry: "Scalable Predictive Analytics for Power Generation Assets", $305,579 from 1/2016 to 1/2018.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  5. IDEAS: Innovation in Data Engineering and Science Program (Geogia Tech): "Development of a Scalable Analytics Platform Prototype for the Power Generation Industry", $300,000 from 9/2015 to 6/2018.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  6. NSF/CMMI-SMOR: "A Prognostic Modeling Methodology for Multistream Degradation-based Signals", $319,947  from 8/2015 to 7/2018.
    PI: Gebraeel N.

Completed

  1. NSF/CMMI-MES: "GOALI: Adaptive Degradation-Based Prognosis with Application to Vehicular Electrical Systems", $379,658 from 8/2012 to 7/2017.
    PI: Gebraeel N. (with GM as industry liason)
  2. Strategic Energy Institute (Georgia Tech): "An Analytics-Driven Distributed Optimization Framework for Power Generation Networks", $40,000 from 9/2015 to 8/2017.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  3. Industry: "Foundations for Scalable Manufacturing Analytics", $50,000  from 5/2015 to 7/2016.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  4. Strategic Energy Institute (Georgia Tech): "Understanding Big Data Challenges in the Energy Generation Sector", $10,860 from 1/2015 to 6/2015.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  5. NSF/MES: "Collaborative Research: Adaptive Maintenance Planning Based on Evolving Residual Life Distributions", $499,200 (174,468 for GT) from 9/2009 to 8/2013.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  6. NSF-CAREER/MES: "CAREER: Real-Time Degradation-Based Prognostic Methodology for Improving Reliability and Maintenance Logistics", from 1/2007 to 12/2012.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  7. DoD/NAVAIR and Global Strategic Solutions: "STTR Phase-II: Aircraft Electrical Power System Diagnostics and Health Management", from 06/2008 to 12/2008.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  8. Rockwell Collins: "Prognostics of Avionic Systems", Testing capabilities plus technical staff.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  9. Deere and Company: "Sensory Prognostics for Bearing Assemblies", from 5/2006 to 12/2006.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  10. DoD/AFRL: "Development of Sensory-Updated Residual Life Distributions", from 7/2006 to 7/2008.
    PI Gebraeel N.
  11. DoD/NAVAIR and Global Strategic Solutions: "STTR Phase-I: Aircraft Electrical Power System Diagnostics and Health Management", from 8/2006 to 6/2007.
    PI: Gebraeel N.
  12. DoD/NAVAIR-JSF and Global Strategic Solutions: "SBIR Phase-I: Advanced Prognostic and Health Management for Aircraft Tactical Information and Communication Systems", from 8/2007 to 12/2007.
    PI: Gebraeel N.

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