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Michael P. Brundage

Industrial Engineer

Michael P. Brundage, PhD is an Industrial Engineer in the Information Modeling and Testing Group. Dr. Brundage serves as the Project Leader for the Knowledge Extraction and Application for Manufacturing Operations  project in the Model-Based Enterprise Program. Dr. Brundage’s interests include Smart Manufacturing Diagnostics for Intelligent Maintenance, Sustainable Manufacturing Performance Measurement, Smart Manufacturing Capability Assessment, and Manufacturing Knowledge Visualization. His work contributes to guidelines for intelligent maintenance through the ASME PHM Subcommittee on Monitoring, Diagnostics, and Prognostics for Manufacturing Operations and he works closely with ASTM International E60.13 in the development of a guideline for sustainable manufacturing performance indicators.

Prior to joining NIST, Dr. Brundage was a member of the Intelligent Systems Laboratory at Stony Brook University. His research focused on integrated manufacturing and building automation systems as well as sustainable manufacturing performance indicators.

Publications

Integrated Operations Management for Distributed Manufacturing

Author(s)
Timothy A. Sprock, Michael E. Sharp, William Z. Bernstein, Michael P. Brundage, Moneer M. Helu, Thomas D. Hedberg
In traditional manufacturing operations management systems, the four pillars of ISA-95 (production, quality, maintenance, inventory) are each implemented as
Created June 18, 2019, Updated August 26, 2019