Dave Livingston, Ph.D., P.E.

Grants

  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "A Microcontroller-Based Module for ECE et al. Instruction" VMI Technology, Teaching and Learning Mini-Grant, $2500, Spring and Summer 2005.
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Evolutionary Design of a Symmetric Octopedal Robot,” VMI Grant-In-Aid of Faculty Research, $1650, Summer 2004. 
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, “A Server/Client System for Delivering Instructional Tools for Digital Systems,” VMI Technology, Teaching and Learning Mini-Grant, $2000, Spring and Summer 2004. 
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, and J.C. Squire, co-principal investigator, "Interactive Learning Tools and the Internet:  Creating Simulations on the Web,” VMI Technology, Teaching and Learning Mini-Grant, $5400, Spring and Summer 2003. 
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, and J.C. Squire, co-principal investigator, “A Web-Based Interactive Multimedia Instructional Tool,” VMI Technology, Teaching and Learning Mini-Grant, $2650, Summer 2002.
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, and J.C. Squire, co-principal investigator, "A Simulation Tool for Evaluating Autonomous Robot Navigation Strategies, ” VMI Grant-In-Aid of Faculty Research, $4110, Summer 2002. 
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Feasibility of Using Neural Networks for Tuning Magnetic Bearings Controllers," Perkins Faculty Return‑to‑Business/Industry Mini­ Grant, $2,700, June 1999. 
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Technical Mathematics Visualization Using a Multimedia Approach, " VCCS Professional Development Grant, $1,500, August 1994 ‑ May 1995.
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "A Portable Fetal Heart Monitor and Its Application to the Detection of Certain Prenatal Abnormalities," NASA Langley Research Center, Cooperative Agreement NCC‑1 ‑164, stage 1: $46,000, May 16,1992‑February 28,1993, stage 2: $8,082, March 1, 1993 ‑ May 15, 1993.
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Feasibility of Fetal Heart Monitor Upgrade," NASA Langley Research Center, Grant NAS1‑18584‑138, $10,000, February 1,1992 ‑ June 30, 1992.
  • S. A. Zahorian, principal investigator, and D. L. Livingston, co‑principal investigator, "Coupling of Bottom‑Up and Top-Down Knowledge Sources for Automatic Speech Recognition," NSF, stage 1: $58,969, September 1, 1990‑August 31, 1991, stage 2: $59,877, September 1, 1991 ‑ February 2, 1992. 
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Investigation of Automated Task Learning, Decomposition and Scheduling," NASA Langley Research Center, Grant NAG‑1‑962, $79.267, January 1, 1989 ‑ December 31, 1989.
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Evaluation of EDAC Strategies for a Spaceflight Optical Disk Recorder," NASA Langley Research Center, Grant NAS1 ‑18584‑30, $17,999, August 16, 1988 ‑ December 31, 1988.
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Evaluation of Task Scheduling Using Constraint Satisfaction Networks," NASA Langley Research Center, Grant NAS1 ‑18584‑24, $20,361, May 16, 1988 ‑ August 15, 1988. 
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Evaluation of a Structured Light Technique for Sensing During Automated Truss Assembly," NASA Langley Research Center, Grant NAS1‑17993‑71, $13,000, June 1, 1987 ‑ May 15, 1988
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Feasibility of the Decomposition of Robotic Tasks using Lattice Theory," NASA Langley Research Center, Grant NAS1‑18584‑12, $17,553, January 1, 1988 ‑ May 15, 1988.
  • D. L. Livingston, principal investigator, "Space‑Borne Optical Disk Buffer Controller Definition," NASA Langley Research Center, Grant NAS1‑17993‑62, $40,000, February 2.1987 ‑ April 30, 1988.