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Completed Clinic Projects


​​​You can click on the recent (and current) clinics to get more information, including the report (in postscript or LaTeX) or an Executive Summary (in text). To get a copy of a Clinic Report prior to Spring 1996, please contact the Clinic Director.
  • Parallel Algorithms for Simulation of Nuclear Reactors, 1982, taught by Daryl Hicks, co-sponsored by IDAHO NATIONAL LABS and DENELCOR.
  • Portfolio Management, Fall 1983, taught by Weldon Lodwick, sponsored by CENTRAL BANK OF DENVER.
  • Parallel Fast Fourier Transforms, Fall 1984, taught by Bill Briggs, co-sponsored by NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS and DENELCOR.
  • Intelligent Robot Vision, Spring 1985, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by MARTIN MARIETTA AEROSPACE.
  • Artificial Intelligence, Graph Theory and Robot Vision, Fall 1985, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by MARTIN MARIETTA AEROSPACE.
  • Parallel Multigrid Methods, Fall 1985, taught by Steve McCormick, co-sponsored by INTEL CORPORATION and AIR FORCE OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH.
  • Manpower Planning, Fall 1985, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by DENVER DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
  • Vehicle Routing, Spring 1986, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by DENVER DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
  • Intelligent Mathematical Programming System, Fall 1986, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by ELECTRONIC DATA SYSTEMS.
  • Parallel Algorithms for Solving Differential Equations, Spring 1987, taught by Steve McCormick, sponsored by AIR FORCE OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
  • Algorithms for Intelligent Robots, Spring 1987, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by MARTIN MARIETTA AEROSPACE.
  • Learning Networks, Fall 1987, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by MARTIN MARIETTA AEROSPACE.
  • Fluid Dynamics on Parallel Computers, Spring 1988, taught by Bill Briggs, sponsored by NATIONAL CENTER FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH
  • Simulation of Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport, Fall 1988, taught by Tom Russell, sponsored by U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.
  • Neural Networks and Artificial Intelligence, Fall 1988, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by US WEST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES.
  • New Approaches to Hard Problems, Spring 1989, taught by Jenny Ryan, sponsored by US WEST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES.
  • Combinatorial Network Optimization, Fall 1989, taught by Jenny Ryan, sponsored by US WEST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES.
  • Dynamic Systems as a Unifying Concept for Adaptive Controls, Spring 1990, taught by Weldon Lodwick, sponsored by MARTIN MARIETTA AEROSPACE.
  • Mathematical Software for Advanced Computers, Spring 1990, taught by Roland Sweet, sponsored by LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY.
  • Heuristics for Combinatorial Optimization, Spring 1990, taught by Jenny Ryan, sponsored by US WEST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES.
  • Software for Integral Equations, Spring 1991, taught by Roland Sweet, sponsored by LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY.
  • Heuristics for Combinatorial Optimization, Spring 1991, taught by Jenny Ryan, sponsored by US WEST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES.
  • Development of an Intelligent Mathematical Programming System, Spring 1992, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by IMPS CONSORTIUM.
  • Principles of Scientific Computation on Advanced Computers, Fall 1992, taught by Roland Sweet, sponsored by LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY.
  • Modeling and Analysis for Home Food Delivery, Spring 1994, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN.
  • Simulating OEA Automobile Airbag Actuator Production, Fall 1994, taught by Dave Fisher, sponsored by OEA, Inc.
  • Development of a Prototype Expert System for the Plant Variety Protection Office Applications Forms, Spring 1995, taught by Weldon Lodwick, sponsored by US DEPARMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
  • Mathematical Programming Models for Environmental Control, Fall 1995, taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by UCD MATH DEPARTMENT.
  • Prostate Cancer Models, Spring 1996, taught by Bill Briggs, sponsored by DIVISION OF UROLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER.
  • Optimization Algorithms for Radiation Treatment Planning, Fall 1996, taught byWeldon Lodwick, sponsored by COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL SYSTEMS
  • Optimization Algorithms for Radiation Treatment Planning, Fall 1996, taught by Weldon Lodwick, sponsored by COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL SYSTEMS.
  • Problems in Digital Image Processing, Fall 1997, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by VEXCEL IMAGING CORPORATION.
  • Automatic Calibration of Water Distribution Network Models, Spring 1998, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by DENVER WATER.
  • Cancer Detection Via Laser Induced Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Spring 1999, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by OPTICAL BIOPSY TECHNOLOGIES, LLC.
  • Genetic Algorithms, Fall 1999, taught by Bill Briggs, sponsored by ADA Technologies, Inc.
  • Survivability of the Mars Lander, Spring 2000, taught by Karen Kafadar, sponsored by Lockheed Martin Company
  • Computational Biology, Fall 2000, taught by Harvey Greenberg.
  • Lead Compound Optimization Using Gene Expression Profiling​, Spring 2001, taught by Stephen Billups.
  • Biomedical Modeling of Wheelchair Seating Systems, Fall 2001, taught by Lynn Bennethum Sponsored by Ron Rorrer, CU-Denver Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Veteran's Administration​
  • Pathway Inference: Computational Issues, Spring 2002, taught by Harvey Greenberg. Supplement 1 to the Final Report. Supplement 2 to the Final report.
  • Image Processing and Radiation Therapy, Fall 2002, taught by Weldon A. Lodwick, sponsored Department of Radiation Oncology - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
  • Mathematical Models for Risk Analysis of Portfolio Investments, Spring 2003, taught by Weldon A. Lodwick sponsored by K. David Jamison, Actuary Watson & Wyatt
  • Mathematical Models for Peace, Fall 2003, taught by Weldon A. Lodwick
  • Geographic Detection of Disease Clusters: West Nile Virus in Colorado Fall 2004, taught by Karen Kafadar, sponsored by Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment.
  • Satellite Payload Scheduling with Dynamic Tasking, Spring 2005, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by Raytheon.
  • Yield Management Pricing for Inventory Location Control, Spring 2006, taught by taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Budget Truck Rental.
  • Yield Management Pricing for Inventory Location Control​​, Fall 2006, taught by taught by Harvey Greenberg, sponsored by Budget Truck Rental.
  • Satellite Mission Scheduling with Dynamic Tasking II, Spring 2006, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by Raytheon.
  • Modeling Tissue Dynamics, Spring 2007, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by Randall Tagg, Department of Physics, University of Colordo at Denver and Health Sciences Center.
  • Modeling Mutation Rates for Avian Flu Neuraminidases, Fall 2007, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation).
  • Preparing for the Democratic National Convention, Spring 2008, taught by Harvey Greenberg.
  • Medical Image Analysis Using Artificial Neural Networks, Support Vector Machines, and Fuzzy Sets, Fall 2008 and Spring 2009, taught by Weldon A. Lodwick.
  • Electrical Box Placement and Wiring for Launch Vehicles, Fall 2009, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by United Launch Alliance.
  • Optimal Collision Avoidance of Operational Spacecraft in Near-Real Time​, Spring 2011, taught by Alexander Engau, sponsored by SpaceNav, LLC.​
  • Simulation Optimization, Fall 2011, taught by Stephen Billups, sponsored by United Launch Alliance.
  • Wattenberg Oil Load Dispatch and Hauling Optimization​, Spring 2012, taught by Alexander Engau, Sponsored by Noble Energy, Inc.​