Lawrence E. Holloway, Ph.D.

Chair Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Director Power and Energy Institute Kentucky (PEIK)
TVA Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

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University of Kentucky, College of Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering - ECE
453E FPAT
Lexington, KY 40506-0046
Phone: 859-323-8523
Fax: 859-323-1035
Email: larry.holloway@uky.edu


Professional Preparation

Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Southern Methodist University

Appointments

April 2010-present Director, Power and Energy Institute Kentucky (PEIK), University of Kentucky

July 2007-present Chair, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Kentucky

Sept.2002 to August 2007 Director, U.K. Center for Manufacturing, University of Kentucky

Sept.1999 to August 2002 Deputy Director, U.K. Center for Manufacturing, University of Kentucky

Aug. 1991 to present Professor  (formerly Assoc. Prof and Assist. Prof.) Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Kentucky
Joint faculty member in Center for Manufacturing and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

June 93 to August 93, July 95 Rockwell Science Center, Thousand Oaks, California.

June 87 to August 87 National Instruments, Austin, Texas.

My 1983-June 1986 Co-op student, LTV Aerospace and Defense, Dallas, Texas

Publications

  1. “Detection of unmodeled anomalous behaviors via localized controllers for condition systems”; Ashley, J, and Holloway, L.E.; International Journal of Production Research; (A Special Issue on Computation Engineering in Systems Applications). Volume 46; Issue 19; pages 5289-5312; 2008.
  2. “Design for Sustainability (DFS): New Challenges in Developing and Implementing a Curriculum for Next Generation Design and Manufacturing Engineers,” Jawahir, I.S.; Rouch, K.E.; Dillon, O.W.; Holloway, L.; Hall, A. International Journal of Engineering Education, Volume 23, Number 6, November 2007, pp. 1053-1064(12)
  3. “Applying Automated Control Synthesis Methods to Condition Systems Requiring State Observers”, L.E. Holloway, J. Ashley, Y. Gong. Control Engineering Practice, volume 14:10 (2006), pp 1169-1181.
  4. “Determining the right-hand vectors of an irredundant linear inequality system,” Ramprasad Potluri and L. E. Holloway. Operations Research Letters (Elsevier publishers) vol.24 (2006), pp 373-381.
  5. “An equivalent CTL formulation for condition sequences”; Jeffrey Ashley and L. E. Holloway; Journal of Discrete Event Dynamic Systems; Springer Science Publishers; Volume 15, Issue 4, Dec 2005, Pages 333 – 348.
  6. Achieving Resilience for a Class of Serial Production Networks”, Yao Hu, Jingshan Li, and L.E. Holloway, 2010 American Control Conference , Baltimore, Maryland.
  7. “Stability Determination in a Class of Manufacturing Systems with Replenishment Signals”, John Thomas Henninger and L. E. Holloway, 2010 American Control Conference , Baltimore, Maryland.
  8. “A Modeling and Aggregation Approach for Analyzing Resilience of Manufacturing Enterprises”, Yao Hu, Jingshan Li, and L.E. Holloway, 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 2009.
  9. “Towards Modeling of Resilience Dynamics in Manufacturing Enterprises: Literature Review and Problem Formulation”, Yao Hu, Jingshan Li, L. E. Holloway Proceedings of 2008 IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE 2008), pp. 279-284. August, 23-26, 2008, Washington DC.
  10. “Applications of Lean Concepts to the Teaching of Lean Manufacturing”, A. Hall and L. Holloway. Proceedings of 2008 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Pittsburgh, PA, June 2008
  11. “Qualitative Diagnosis of Condition Systems,” Jeffrey Ashley and L. E. Holloway. Discrete Event Dynamic Systems: Theory and Applications, 14:4, Kluwer Academic Publishers. October 2004 pp395-412.
  12. “Computing Bounds for Forbidden State Reachability Functions for Controlled Petri Nets,” L.E. Holloway, Ajit S. Khare, and Yu Gong. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Part A, 34(2), March 2004. pp219-228.