DOUGLAS C. MONTGOMERY



Professor of Engineering
GWC 526, IMSE
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-5906
Phone: (602) 965-3836
e-mail: doug.montgomery@asu.edu
Associate: Modeling & Analysis of Semiconductor Manufacturing



Education and Experience
Honors and Awards
Professional Activities
Service Activities
Funded Research
Publications
Thesis Supervised
Biographical Data



EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Degrees
Ph.D.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1969
M.S.I.E.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1967
B.S.I.E.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1965

Academic Experience
1988 - Present
Professor of Industrial & Management Systems Engineering, Arizona State University.
1984 - 1988
John M. Fluke Distinguished Professor of Manufacturing Engineering, Director of Industrial Engineering, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington.
1978 - 1984
Professor, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology.
1972 - 1978
Associate Professor, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology.
1969 - 1972
Assistant Professor, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology.
1966 - 1969
Instructor, Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

Industrial Experience
1966
Manufacturing/Development Engineer, Eli Lilly, Inc. Creative Packaging Division.
1963 - 1964
Process Engineer, Union Carbide Corporation.

Professional Interests
Engineering statistics, including design and analysis of experiments, statistical methods for process monitoring and optimization, and the analysis of time-oriented data. The application of statistics to industrial problems, including engineering design, product and process development, and manufacturing.

Consulting Experience
Extensive consulting assignments involving projects with over 200 organizations. General area of professional experience focused on engineering applications of statistics and operations research methods. Projects have involved design of experiments and response surface methods, implementation of statistical process control, process development including characterization and optimization, time series analysis and the design of forecasting systems, empirical model building, and the design and analysis of physical distribution systems. Specific industry experience includes semiconductors and electronics, medical devices, biotechnology, consumer products, chemical and process industries, aerospace, and the service industries. Some consulting clients include Motorola, AT&T, Boeing, IBM, The Coca-Cola Company, Lucent Technologies, Dial Corporation, Dow Chemical, Amoco, Georgia-Pacific, Monsanto Chemicals, Alcoa, and Eli Lilly.

HONORS AND AWARDS

Shewhart Medal, 1997. Awarded by the American Society for Quality Control.

Pritsker Award - Annual Teaching Award, Dept. of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, Arizona State University, 1997

William G. Hunter Award, 1996. Given by the Statistics Division of the American Society for Quality Control.

Brumbaugh Award, 1994. Given by the American Society for Quality Control for the best paper in a journal of the Society.

Distinguished Alumnus, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech (Awarded 1994)

College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Arizona State University, Teaching Excellence Award (Graduate), 1994

Pritsker Award - Annual Teaching Award, Dept. of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, Arizona State University 1994

Shewell Award, 1993. Given by the Chemical and Process Industries Division of the ASQC for the best technical paper at the ASQC/ASA Fall Technical Conference, 1992

Anderson Teaching Award, Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, Arizona State University, 1993

Ellis R. Ott Award, 1992. Given by the Ellis R. Ott Foundation for the best paper on quality engineering during a two-year period

Pritsker Award - Annual Teaching Award, Dept. of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, Arizona State University, 1992

Engineer of the Year, 1987, Puget Sound Engineering Council

Industrial Engineer of the Year, 1986, Puget Sound Region Institute of Industrial Engineers

Alpha Pi Mu/AIIE Outstanding Teacher Award, School of ISyE, Georgia Tech, 1976-1977

Listed: Who's Who in the American South and Southwest, American Men and Women of Science, Who's Who in Engineering

Phi Kappa Phi

Sigma Xi

Alpha Pi Mu

Mu Rho Sigma (Honorary Member, Va. Tech Chapter 1995)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Editor, Journal of Quality Technology, 1994-1997

American Society for Quality Control, Fellow
Chairman, Statistics Division, 1981-1982
Statistics Technical Committee, 1976-1979
Publications Management Board, 1977-1980, 1994-present
Secretary, PBM, 1979-1980

American Statistical Association, Fellow
Founding member, Committee on Statistics in Quality and Productivity
Advisory Board, Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences, 1981-1983.

The Institute of Industrial Engineers, Fellow
Region IV Chairman, Production Planning and Control Division, 1971-1972
Research and Publications Chairman, Production Planning and Control Division, 1972-1973
Director-Elect, Production Planning and Control Division, 1972-1973
National Director, Production Planning and Control Division, 1973-1974
Research Chairman, Production Planning and Control Division, 1975-1976
Advisory Board Member, Production Planning and Control Division, 1975-1976
Program Chairman, Quality Control and Reliability Division, 1975-1976
Region IV Chairman, Operations Research Division, 1974-1978

National Academy of Science, Committee on Applied and Theoretical Statistics, Panel on Research Needs in Statistical Quality Control

Advisory Editor in Engineering, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1979-1983

Department Editor, Applied Probability and Statistics, IIE Transactions, 1980-1986.

Book Review Editor, Journal of Quality Technology, 1980-1982

Associate Editor, Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 1982-1988

Associate Editor, Journal of Forecasting, 1981-1983

Associate Editor, Revue Francaise d'Automatique, d'Informatique et de Recherche Operationnelle, 1980-1991

Department Editor, Quality & Reliability Engineering, IIE Transactions, 1992-1994

Editorial Board Member, Journal of Quality Technology, 1980-1982, 1987-present

Editorial Board Member, Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 1994-present

Referee for various journals, including: Technometrics, Operations Research, Management Science, IIE Transactions, Operational Research Quarterly, Journal of Quality Technology, Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, International Journal Production Research, The American Statistician, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Transactions, Communications in Statistics, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, The Engineering Economist, Computers in Industrial Engineering, Transportation Research, Journal of the American Statistical Association.

Technical manuscript reviewer for John Wiley and Sons, McGraw-Hill, Holden-Day, and Duxbury

Research Proposal Reviewer for the National Science Foundation, various divisions

Chairman and organizer of technical paper sessions at several conferences of IIE, ASQC, ORSA/TIMS, and the Winter Simulation Conference

Co-chair for the 12th Annual Quality and Productivity Research Conference, Co-sponsored by ASU and Motorola Semiconductor Products, May 17-19, 1995

Invited short course presenter at the Joint Statistical Meetings (1994), the ASQC/ASA Fall Technical Conference (1982, 1994, 1995, 1996), the U.S. Army Design of Experiments Conference (1994), and the Annual Conference on Applied Statistics (1995).

Speaker for numerous local chapters of IIE, ASA, and ASQC, 1969-present

Participant in several seminar programs for international visitors to Georgia Tech, 1969-1984

SERVICE ACTIVITIES

Arizona State University
Chair Search Committee, Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, 1993-94
Personnel Committee, 1988-present, Chairman 1996-97
Recruiting Committee, 1989-1993, 1996-97
Graduate Committee, 1996-present, Chairman 1996-97
Engineering College Core Committee, 1989-1991
Engineering College Graduate Committee, 1989-1993
Engineering College Bylaws Committee, 1995-present
University Council on Research and Creative Activities, 1995-present

Georgia Institute of Technology
Advisory Committee, School of ISyE, 1980-82
Chairman, Graduate Committee, School of ISyE, 1982-83
M.S. Comprehensive Exam Committee, School of ISyE, 1977-1978, 1982-1983
Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, School of ISyE, 1975-76
Chairman, M.S. Comprehensive Exam Committee, School of ISyE, 1974-1975
Research Evaluation Committee, School of ISyE, 1973-1974, 1974-1975
Computer Engineering Committee, College of Engineering, 1972
Chairman, Probability and Statistics Interest Group, 1971-1973
Chairman, Computers and Simulation Interest Group, 1971-1972
Computer Coordinator, School of ISyE, 1970-1971
Graduate Committee, School of ISyE, 1970-1973, 1977-1979

Short Courses Taught (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Design of Production-Inventory Systems
Design of Experiments
Materials Handling
Simulation Techniques (academic administrator, 1973)
Industrial Engineering Review (P.E. Exam)
Traffic Engineering
Statistical Methods
Statistical Design and Analysis
Design and Analysis of Experiments (academic administrator, 1978-1984)
Applied Regression Analysis (academic administrator, 1978-1984)
Sampling Methods and Statistical Analysis in Power Systems Load Research (co-administrator, 1982-1984)

Short Courses Taught (University of Washington)
Applied Regression Analysis (academic administrator)
Design and Analysis of Experiments (academic administrator)
Statistical Process Control (academic administrator)
Process Optimization & Response Surfaces (academic administrator)

Short Courses Taught (Arizona State University)
Training the Trainer in Experimental Design
Introduction to Design of Experiments (also presented over NTU)


International Activities and Conference Participation


FUNDED RESEARCH

"Research in Industrial Statistics" (projects/graduate student research) sponsored by various organizations including Chrysler Electronics, Kellogg Corporation and the Dial Corporation, 1996-1997 (co-principal investigator), $105,000.

"Funding for Editorial Operation of JQT," ASQC, 1994-1997 (principal investigator) $315,000.

"Graduate Education in Engineering for Women and Minorities," NSF, 1992-1997 (co-principal investigator) $850,000.

"Process Control Methodology for the Hall Process," Alcoa, 1991 (principal investigator), $65,000.

"Implementation of Design of Experiments," Allied-Signal Aerospace, 1989 (principal investigator) $40,000.

"Statistical Methods for Quality and Process Improvement," IBM Corporation, 1985-1988 (principal investigator) $450,000.

"Process Control and Optimization Studies for Substrate Manufacturing," IBM Corporation, 1985 (principal investigator) $67,000.

"Quality and Process Control in the Factory of the Future," Boeing Electronics Company, 1986 (principal investigator) $25,000.

"Statistical Modeling and Analysis in Quality Assurance," Office of Naval Research, 1979-1985 (principal investigator) $320,000.

"Determination of International Differences in Reported Fire Losses: Update and Extensions," National Fire Data Center, U.S. fire Administration, 1981 (co-principal investigator) $50,000.

"Factor Screening Designs in Computer Simulation Experiments," Office of Naval Research, 1978 (principal investigator) $25,000.

"Studies in Support of the Application of Statistical Methodology to the Design and Evaluation of Operational Tests," Department of the Army, Harry Diamond Laboratories, 1977 (co-principal investigator) $45,000.

"Studies in Support of the Application of Statistical Theory and Methodology to the Design and Evaluation of Operational Tests," Department of the Army, Harry Diamond Laboratories, 1976 (co-principal investigator) $56,000.

"Research Support on Method-Model Development," U.S. Army Material Systems Agency, 1976 (co-principal investigator), $15,000.

"Operational Testing of Complex Command and Control Systems," Department of the Army, Harry Diamond Laboratories, 1974-1975 (principal investigator), $15,000.

PUBLICATIONS

Books

Refereed Journal Publications
Papers Accepted for Publication
Chapters in Books

Papers in Conference Proceedings

Papers Presented at Meetings

Other Publications

THESES SUPERVISED

Ph.D. Dissertations

M.S. Thesis
DOUGLAS C. MONTGOMERY
BIOGRAPHICAL DATA

Dr. Douglas C. Montgomery is Professor of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering at Arizona State University. He was the John M. Fluke Distinguished Professor of Manufacturing Engineering, Directory of Industrial Engineering and Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Washington in Seattle. He was a Professor of Industrial Systems Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He holds BSIE, MS and Ph.D. degrees from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He was a member of the Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Faculty at Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

Dr. Montgomery's professional interests include several aspects of applied statistics and quality and reliability engineering, including design of experiments, time series analysis and forecasting, and applications of linear models. He also has interests in operations research and statistical methods applied to modeling and analyzing manufacturing systems. He has lectured extensively throughout the Americas, Europe and the Far East. He was a Visiting Professor of Engineering at the Monterey Institute of Technology in Monterey, Mexico, and a University Distinguished Visitor at the University of Manitoba. Dr. Montgomery has conducted basic research in empirical stochastic modeling, process control, and design of experiments. His research has been sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, the National Science Foundation, the United States Army, and private industry. He has supervised 20 doctoral dissertations and 35 masters theses.

Dr. Montgomery is an author of eleven books, including Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers (1994, with G.C. Runger), Design and Analysis of Experiments, 4th edition (1997), Introduction to Statistical Quality Control, 3rd edition (1996), Introduction to Linear Regression Analysis, 2nd edition (1992, with E. A. Peck) ), and Forecasting and Time Series Analysis, 2nd edition (1990, with L. A. Johnson and J. S. Gardiner). Professor Montgomery has authored research papers that have appeared in many journals, including the Journal of Quality Technology, Technometrics, Management Science, Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, IIE Transactions, Communications in Statistics, IEEE Transactions on Reliability, Quality and Reliability Engineering International, IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing, Quality Engineering, Operational Research Quarterly, International Journal of Production Research, Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, and Transportation Research. He has served as the Applied Probability and Statistics Department Editor and as the Quality and Reliability Engineering Department Editor for IIE Transactions and as an Associate Editor of the Naval Research Logistics Quarterly. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Quality and Reliability Engineering International, and is currently the Editor of the Journal of Quality Technology.

Dr. Montgomery's industrial experience includes engineering assignments with Union Carbide Corporation and Eli Lilly and Company. He also has extensive consulting experience with many national and international organizations.

Dr. Montgomery is a Fellow of the American Society for Quality Control, a Fellow of the American Statistical Association, and a Fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers, and he has held several national offices in these societies. He is a member of the honorary societies Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Xi, Mu Sigma Rho, and Alpha Pi Mu. Dr. Montgomery was named Puget Sound Outstanding Industrial Engineer of the Year in 1986 and Engineer of the Year for 1987 by the Puget Sound Engineering Council. He is a recipient of the Shewhart Medal, the William G. Hunter Award, the Brumbaugh Award, and the Shewell Award from the American Society for Quality Control. He is also a recipient of the Ellis R. Ott Award. He has also received several outstanding teaching awards, including the Arizona State University Engineering College Graduate Teaching Excellence Award in 1994.


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