RESEARCH PROJECTS

  1. Warrior Injury Assessment Manilin (Wiaman), Defense, Department of Army, J. Jin, $146,594 the subaccount of M000689, January 2014–February 2017.
  2. Modeling and Inference of Multi-stream Sensing Data in Complex Manufacturing Processes, (PI. Jin) NSF, $336,000, September 2012–August 2016.
  3. GOALI: Engineering-Driven Modeling of Multi-Resolution Data for Surface Variation Control, (PI, H. Wang, Co-PIs: J. Hu, and Jin), NSF, $299,998, September 2013–August 2016.
  4. Optimizing Vehicle Layout to Maximize Occupant Accommodation, (PI, R. Matter, Co-PI: Jin), US Army Tank Automotive Research Development Engineering Center (TARDEC), ARC sub-award, $199,494, June 2014 – November 2015.
  5. Discretionary Cooperative Agreement to Support Biomechanical Research, Department of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, J. Jin, $110,484 the subaccount of F024982 of Award DTNH22-10-H-00288, January 2014–April 2015.
  6. UGV System Reliability Modeling & Improvement, (PI, J. Jin, Co-PI: G. Ulsoy), US Army Tank Automotive Research Development Engineering Center (TARDEC), ARC sub-award, $89,998, January – December 2013.
  7. IPPM: In-Line Piercing Process Monitoring For Seamless Tube Manufacturing, (PI. Jin subcontract from OGT), NSF SBIR Phase-II and OG Technologies (OGT), $500,000, January 2011 – May 2013, J. Jin’s subcontract from OGT $199,949.
  8. Leak Test Optimization for Prismatic Components, (PI. Jin) General Motors, $103,022, September 2010 – September 2011.
  9. Design Tools to Optimize Vehicle Ingress/Egress for Small Cars (PI: Matthew Reed, Co-PI: Jin) Ford Motor Company), September 2010 – June 2013, J. Jin’s share $60,000.
  10. NSF-GOALI: Modeling Product Variety Induced Manufacturing Complexity for Assembly System Design, (PI: J. Hu, Co-PI: Jin) National Science Foundation, $349,767, September 2008 – May 2013, J. Jin’s share $154,260.
  11. GM Collaborative Research Lab – Advanced Vehicle Manufacturing, (PI: J. Hu, Co-PIs: E. Kannatey-Asibu, Jin) General Motor, $2,293,060, January 2009 – December 2013, J. Jin’s share $375,000.
  12. Sensor-based Prognostics and Predictive Process Control for Hot Deformation Processes, (PI: Jin) Michigan 21st Century Job Fund, total $1,459,100, January 2008 – August 2010.
  13. Engineering-Driven Wavelet Analysis of Cyclic Functional Data for Multiple Embedded Operation Diagnosis (PI: J. Jin) National Science Foundation, $251,532, September 2005 – June 2010.
  14. Cyclic Waveform Signal Analysis for Monitoring and Diagnosis of Powertrain Manufacturing Systems, (PI: Jin for IOE subaccount), NSF-ERC on Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems, J. Jin’s share $150,000, September 2007 – June 2011. 
  15. Ground Robotics Research Center: Reliability and Manufacturing in Unmanned Ground Vehicles, (Director, D. Tilbury, co-leaders of one project: G. Ulsoy and J. Jin) US Army Tank Automotive Research Development Engineering Center (TARDEC), $500,000/year, J. Jin’s share $60,000 per year during August 2007~2012.
  16. NSF-I/UCRC on Assembly Research (initial grant), (PI: K. Saitou, Co-PIs: H. Giles, G. Aydin, Jin, J. Hu) $10,000, November 2008 – December 2009.
  17. Advanced Tonnage Analysis System for Forging Process, (PI: J. Shi, Co-PI: J. Jin) National Science Foundation SBIR and OG Technologies, $200,000, September 2006 – August 2008, J. Jin’s share $96,248. 
  18. Development of a CAE Design Tool for Minimizing Door Seal Gap Variation by Optimizing Component and Sub-Assembly Locator Position & Orientation, (PI: J. Shi, Co-PI: J. Jin) Ford Company, $99,864, August 2006 – November 2007, J. Jin’s share $45,000.
  19. PECASE/CAREER: A Unified Methodology for Variation Management and Reduction in Multistage Manufacturing Processes (PI: J. Jin) National Science Foundation, $375,000, September 2002 – December 2008.
  20. Research Experience for Undergraduate Students (REU): Variation Modeling and Reduction in Complex Manufacturing Processes (PI: J. Jin) National Science Foundation, $12,000, September 2005 – December 2008.
  21. MURI: Predicting and Prescribing Human Decision Making Under Uncertain and Complex Scenarios (PI: C. Smith, Co-PIs: R. Askin, T. Bahill, T. Connolly, J. Jin, A. Rapoport, S. Sen, Y. Son, F. Szidarovszky) Air Force Office of Scientific Research, $3,987,238, July 2003 – June 2008, J. Jin’s share 10% at UA during 2003~2005, transferred as a subcontract to UM $157,020, 2006~2008.
  22. A New Venture to Expand Response Surface Methodology for Engineering Process Control (PI: F. Tsung, Co-PIs: J. Shi, and J. Jin) Research Grant Council at Hong Kong HK $558,000, October 2005 – September 2008.
  23. Dynamic Data Driven of Real Time Control of Factory Operations (PI: J. Jin) NSF ADVANCE Program, $20,000, January 2006 – December 2006.
  24. Hybrid Information Inference of Interference and Robust Analysis of Noisy Signals, (PI: J. Jin at U.S.A. site), U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation (CRDF) and Azerbaijan National Science Institute of Cybernetics, $34,375, September 2005 – September 2006.
  25. ATLAS-ITS: Integration and Deployment of Real-Time Adaptive and Learning Strategies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (PI. P. Mirchandani, Co-PI: J. Jin, M. Hickman, F. Wang) Federal Highway Administration/Arizona Department of Transportation (FHWA/ADOT), $793,615, July 2002–June 2005, J. Jin’s share $100,000.
  26. Travel Time Estimation of Urban Arterial Traffic Considering Multiple Accesses of Entering and Existing Streams (PI: J. Jin) U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics ($100,000) and Maricopa County, Arizona Department of Transportation $45,000, total $145,000, July 2001 – December 2003.
  27. Variability Identification, On-line Monitoring, and Control for Multistage Photovoltaic CIGS Manufacturing Process (PI: J. Jin) Department of Energy and Global Solar Energy Inc., $258,800, November 2001 – November 2005.
  28. Network Profile Modeling and Intrusion Detection (PI: J. Jin) State of Arizona Information Technologies and Commerce Institute, $8,226, March 2004–June 2004.
  29. Variation Propagation Modeling and Analysis for Multistage Manufacturing Processes (PI: J. Jin) SME Education Foundation, $15,000, July 2002 – December 2003.
  30. Autonomic Computing for Networked Systems and Service (PI: J. Jin) State of Arizona Information Technologies and Commerce Institute, $8,900, January – December, 2003.
  31. Internet-Based Data Mining and Customer Relationship Management Technologies (PI: J. Jin) State of Arizona Information Technologies and Commerce Institute, $15,000, January – December, 2002.
  32. Variation Propagation Modeling and Analysis for Multistage Manufacturing Processes (PI: J. Jin) Faculty Grant from University of Arizona, $5,000, September 2000 – December 2002.