of DIMENSIONS DISCOVERY

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DIMENSIONS of DISCOVERY
Sponsored Program Awards
August 2011
Abraham, Dulcy M; civil engineering,
from Purdue University Special Initiative
Program, $19,346, “Faust, Kasey M.”
Abu-Omar, Mahdi M; chemistry, from
National Science Foundation, $142,000,
“High-Valent Imido and Oxo Complexes
in Electron Transfer, Atom Transfer, and
Chlorite Catalysis.”
Adams, Douglas E; Bolton, J S; Davies,
Patricia and Rhoads, Jeffrey F; mechanical engineering, from North Carolina State
University, $312,667, “Semiwave Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative
(MURI): Sound and Electromagnetic Interacting Waves; Modification 4.”
Adams, Douglas E; mechanical engineering, from CACI International Inc, $601,000,
“CACI International Mod. 3 for Grant
105100.” (a Discovery Park award — Institute
for Defense Initiatives)
Adams, Douglas E; mechanical engineering,
from Rolls-Royce Corporation, $116,000,
“Detection and Monitoring of Damage in
Gear Drive Using Dynamic Torque Sensing.”
Adeola, Olayiwola; animal sciences, from
Danisco Animal Nutrition, $52,910, “Comparison of Two Forms of Phytase B on P and
Ca, Retention and Faecal Digestibility in
Weaned Piglets Fed a Corn Soy Based Diet.”
Agnew, Christopher R; psychological science , from Purdue University F N Andrews
Fellowship, $17,096, “Sample, Camille.”
Agnew, Christopher R; psychological science , from Purdue University F N Andrews
Fellowship, $19,346, “Chen, Jing.”
Agrawal, Rakesh; chemical engineering, from U.S. Department of Education,
$131,925, “09/10 Graduate Assistance in
Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship — Energy Education in Chemical
Engineering; Amendment 2.”
Alam, Muhammad A and Bergstrom, Donald E; electrical & computer engineering,
medicinal chemistry & molecular pharmacology, from University of Illinois at ChampaignUrbana, $127,153, “Integrated Biochips for
Detection for Cancer Markers.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Alam, Muhammad A; electrical & computer
engineering, from Columbia University,
$160,253, “High Efficiency Nanosystems for
Photovotaics: Moving Beyond the ShockleyQueisser Limit; Amendment 3.”
Allain, Jean P and Reece, Lisa M; nuclear
engineering, Birck Nanotechnology Center,
from Army Medical Research Acquisition
Activity, $504,376, “Development and
Fabrication of a Stent Prototype to Induce
Closure of Post-Traumatic Blast-Induced
Pseudo-Aneurysms; Modification 1.”
Allain, Jean P; nuclear engineering, from
U.S. Department of Energy, $110,000, “Deciphering the Positive Material Identification
(PMI) Surface Chemistry of Lithium-Based
Power Factor Corrections (PFC) and its
Effect on High Performance Plasmas in
National Spherical Torus Experiment
(NSTX).”
Allebach, Jan P; electrical & computer
engineering, from Hewlett Packard SBY PO
Payment Request, $70,000, “Understanding
Personal Visual Communication: A Transactional and Socio-Technological Approach.”
Anderson, Joseph M; agronomy, from
Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $15,000, “MultiSponsored.”
Anderson, William E; aeronautical &
astronautical engineering, from Combustion Research and Flow Technology, Inc.
(CRAFT Tech), $33,300, “Development of
an Improved Unsteady Low Mach Number
Navier-Stokes Simulation Module for Rotorcraft Aerodynamic.”
Anderson, William E; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from National Aeronautics and Space Administration, $66,000,
“Measurement of Combustion Response to
Transverse Modes at High Pressure.”
Andrisani, Ourania M and Xie, Jun; basic
medical science, statistics, from PHS-NIH
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive
and Kidney Diseases, $366,384, “Mechanism(s)
of Hepatocyte Transformation by the Hepatitis
B Virus X Protein.”
Applegate, Todd J; animal sciences, from
JBS United Inc, $2,500, “Pyhtase in Poultry.”
Applegate, Todd J; animal sciences, from
Purac, $43,632, “Effect of Form and Dosage of Lactylate Supplementation on Boiler
Performance.”
Applegate, Todd J; animal sciences, from
JBS United Inc, $34,500, “Pyhtase in Poultry.”
Aref, Walid G and Ouzzani, Mourad; computer science, Cyber Center, from National
Science Foundation, $496,889, “III: Small: on
the Conceptual Evaluation and Optimization
of Queries in Spatiotemporal Data Systems.”
(a Discovery Park award — Cyber Center)
Bajaj, Anil K; mechanical engineering, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$17,412, “Tripathi, Astitva.”
Balakrishnan, Venkataramanan; electrical &
computer engineering, from Purdue University
F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,346, “Sharad,
Mrigank.”
Balakrishnan, Venkataramanan; electrical
& computer engineering, from Winifred
B. Bilsland Endowment, $19,173, “Kumar,
Karthik.”
Balakrishnan, Venkataramanan; electrical & computer engineering, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,346,
“Shema, Alain.”
Balakrishnan, Venkataramanan; electrical &
computer engineering, from Purdue University
F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,346, “Mujyambere, Yves.”
Office of the Vice President for Research
Dimensions of Discovery
Balakrishnan, Venkataramanan; electrical & computer engineering, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,346,
“Liu, Chenyang.”
Banuelos, Rodrigo; mathematics, from
U.S. Department of Education, $175,020,
“Graduate Assistance in Areas of National
Need (GAANN) 2010 U.S. Doctorates in
Mathematics; Amendment 1.”
Barker, Eric L; pharmacy — administration,
from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $21,428, “Hinzman, Mark.”
Bartlett, Edward L; biomedical engineering,
from Deafness Research Foundation, $25,000,
“Cellular Bases of Central Auditory Temporal
Processing.”
Bauman, Patricia E and Phillips, Daniel;
mathematics, from National Science Foundation, $206,076, “Analysis of Partially Ordered
Materials.”
Beard, Jane A; field extension educators, from
Perdue Farms Inc., $6,984, “Burmese Classes
- Daviess County.”
Beaudoin, Stephen P; chemical engineering,
from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $18,215, “Miskin, Caleb.”
Beaudoin, Stephen P; chemical engineering, from U.S. Department of Education,
$263,850, “09/10 Graduate Assistance in
Areas of National Need (GAANN) Program;
Amendment 2.”
Beaudoin, Stephen P; chemical engineering,
from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,412, “Sollberger, Fred G.”
Benes, Bedrich; computer graphics technology, from Arizona State University, $51,139,
“A Global High-Resolution Fossil Fuel CO2
Inventory Built from Assimilation of In Situ
and Remotely-Sensed Datasets to Advance
Satellite Greenhouse Gas Decision Support
Systems.”
Bennett, Robert W; pharmacy practice, from
Abbott Laboratories, $111,455, “PeerView
InReview, the Lowdown on Low T: Recognizing, Diagnosing, and Managing Male
Hypogonadism.”
Bertino, Elisa; Bingham, Clifton W; Li,
Ninghui and Spafford, Eugene H; computer science, from University of Maryland,
$204,731, “A Framework for Managing the
Assured Information Sharing Lifecycle;
Amendment 5.”
Birch, Deborah I; student services — North
Central Campus, from U.S. Department
of Education, $304,624, “Success through
Education.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Bolton, J S; mechanical engineering, from
Ross Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship,
$18,215, “Hayward, Michael.”
Borch, Richard F; medicinal chemistry &
molecular pharmacology, from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $21,428,
“Engle, Staci.”
Borgens, Richard; Connell, Sean D; Einterz, Robert and Li, Jianming; basic medical
science, biomedical engineering, veterinary
clinical science, Center for Paralysis research,
from National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA), $1,000, “ Biomedical
Engineering Innovation, Design and Entrepreneurship Award (BMEidea) Competition
Business Plan.”
Bouman, Charles A; electrical & computer
engineering, from Universal Technology Corporation, $86,866, “Electronic Imaging for
Microscopy: Tool Development Component.”
Bowen, Brenda B; earth & atmospheric sciences, from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment,
$19,346, “Story, Stacy L..”
Bugel, Talia A; international language &
culture — Fort Wayne campus, from Indiana
Campus Compact, $3,750, “The Depth and
Breadth of the Multilingual/Multicultural
Mirror: Spanish Translation at Work in Fort
Wayne, Indiana.”
Bullock, Darcy M; civil engineering, from
Traffax, Inc, $100,000, “Anonymous Traffic
Probes Estimating Travel Time and OriginDestination Using Bluetoooth IDs: Phase II.”
Bullock, Darcy M; civil engineering, from
Kittelson & Associates, $69,853, “Update of
the Signal Timing Manual.”
Bullock, Darcy M; civil engineering, from
Federal Highway Administration Office
of, $5,000, “Dwight D Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program - E. RiveraHernandez.”
Burke, Sarah J; field extension educators,
from Ninestar Connect, $5,500, “4-H Youth
Intern Hancock County.”
Buzon, Michele R; anthropology, from
National Science Foundation, $19,849, “Doctoral Dissertation Research: Bioarchaeology
of the Everyday: Analysis of Diet and Activity
Patterns in the Nile Valley.”
Cain, Steven A; agricultural communication,
from Cooperative State Research Service,
$304,575, “Extension Disaster Education
Network (EDEN) Homeland Security Initiative VI: Strengthening EDENs Role in
Homeland Security, Food and Ag Defense,
and All-Hazard Education.”
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Campbell, Wayne W; foods & nutrition,
from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment,
$18,000, “Tang, Minghua.”
Carlson, Erica; physics, from National Science Foundation, $190,000, “Spatial and
Temporal Complexity in Disordered Correlated Electronic Systems.”
Carlstedt, Bruce C; pharmacy practice,
from Regenstrief Institute for Health Care,
$18,743, “Regenstrief Institute Support of
Bruce Carlstedt.”
Carroll, Natalie J; youth development &
agricultural education, from National 4-H
Council, $65,000, “2011 Toyota 4-H2O
Community Project-Indianas Plan.”
Cason, Timothy N; economics, from
National Science Foundation, $14,880,
“Doctoral Dissertation Research: An Experimental Investigation of the Public Goods
Agency Problem.”
Chandrasekar, Srinivasan; industrial
engineering, from Purdue University F N
Andrews Fellowship, $18,215, “Viswanathan, Koushik.”
Chandrasekar, Srinivasan; industrial engineering, from National Science Foundation,
$139,700, “Collaborative Research: Deformation Phenomena in Surface Texturing by
Machining-Based Processes.”
Chang, Fen-Lei; medical education — Fort
Wayne campus, from Indiana University,
$3,000, “FY 2011-2012 Indiana University
School of Medicine (IUSM) Fort Wayne IUF
Miscellaneous Expenses Fund.”
Chang, Fen-Lei; medical education — Fort
Wayne campus, from Indiana University,
$113,603, “FY 2011-2012 Indiana University
School of Medicine (IUSM) Fort Wayne IU
Health Student Expansion Funding.”
Chang, Fen-Lei F; medical education — Fort
Wayne campus, from Indiana University,
$100,000, “FY 2011-2012 Indiana University
School of Medicine (IUSM) Fort Wayne
Chang Start Up.”
Chang, Fen-Lei F; medical education — Fort
Wayne campus, from Indiana University,
$7,000, “FY 11-12 Indiana University School
of Medicine (IUSM) Fort Wayne Life Cycle
Funding.”
Chappell, William J and Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer engineering, from
BAE Systems Advanced Technologies, Inc.,
$100,000, “BAE Contract 707544 - Phase
2 - Modification 4 - Grant 104521.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Chapple, Clint C; biochemistry, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,161,
“Carter, Benjamin C.”
Chen, Weinong W and Peroulis, Dimitrios;
aeronautical & astronautical engineering,
electrical & computer engineering, from
Defense Threat Reduction Agency, $150,000,
“Impact Response of Granular Materials at
Global and Meso Scales; Modification 2.”
Chen, Weinong W; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from Army Research
Laboratory, $75,000, “Dynamic Deforamton
and Failure Behavior of Biological Tissues;
Modification 4.”
Chen, Weinong W; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from US Army Research
Development and Engineering Command,
$0, “Dynamic Mechanical Properties of HighPerformance Fibers.”
Chen, Weinong W; Alexeenko, Alina and
Peroulis, Dimitrios; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, electrical & computer
engineering, from Defense Threat Reduction
Agency, $345,000, “Exploration of Microelectromechanical System (MEMS) G-Switches
at 100 - 10,000 G-Levels with Redundancy.”
Chiu, George T; mechanical engineering,
from National Science Foundation, $195,989,
“NSF IP Assignment.”
Choi, Jong Hyun; McMillin, David R and
Savikhin, Sergei F; mechanical engineering,
chemistry, physics, from National Science
Foundation, $300,000, “Understanding PhotoConversion Processes in Biomimetic Photoelectrochemical Nanomaterials.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Connor, Robert J and Bowman, Mark D;
civil engineering, from Indiana Department
of Transportation, $28,000, “Evaluation of
Cracks on Sherman-Minton Bridge.”
Connor, Robert J; civil engineering, from
Indiana Department of Transportation,
$400,000, “Design and Fabrication Standards
to Eliminate Fracture Critical Concerns in
Two Girder Bridge Systems.”
Constable, Peter D; veterinary clinical science, from Circle City Veterinary Specialty
& Emergency Hospital LLC, $3,000, “Small
Animal Medicine Residency Support.”
Constable, Peter D; veterinary clinical science, from VCA Antech Inc, $27,535, “Radiology Residency Support.”
Constable, Peter D; veterinary clinical science, from Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica
Inc, $50,000, “Post Doctoral Scholar Support
– Laura Tonkin.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Constable, Peter D; veterinary clinical science, from Circle City Veterinary Specialty
& Emergency Hospital LLC, $3,000, “Small
Animal Medicine Residency Support.”
Cooks, Robert G; chemistry, from James S.
McDonnell Foundation, $125,472, “Intrasurgical Molecular Diagnosis of Human Brain
Gliomas by Mass Spectrometry Imaging.”
(a Discovery Park award — Bindley Bioscience Center)
Cooper, Harold K; anthropology, from
National Science Foundation, $512,950,
“Prehistoric Native Copper Technology in
Northwest North America: Innovation, Diffusion, and Heritage.”
Cooper, James A and Moon, Robert J;
electrical & computer engineering, materials engineering, from U.S. Forest Service,
$30,000, “Metrology of Nanocellulose and
Nanocellulose Composites.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Coppoc, Gordon L; medical education,
from Indiana University Purdue University
at Indianapolis, $1,664,917, “FY11-12 Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM)
- Lafayette General Fund.”
Cordes, Samuel M; Office of Engagement,
from Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $20,000,
“Support of Southeastern Small Business
Development Center (SBDC).”
Cordes, Samuel M; Office of Engagement,
from Indiana Economic Development
Corporation, $14,862, “Southeastern Small
Business Development Center 2011 (State)
Part 2.”
Cordes, Samuel M; Office of Engagement,
from Indiana Economic Development
Corporation, $14,874, “Hoosier Heartland
Small Business Development Center 2011
(State) Part 2.”
Cordova, France A; Moghadam, Valentine
M; Pawley, Alice L and Reed, Dorothy A;
president, sociology, engineering education,
Education — administration, from National
Science Foundation, $1,472,077, “Purdue
Center for Faculty Success; Amendment
6.” (a Discovery Park award — Discovery
Learning Center)
Corum, Christine L; mechanical engineering technology, from R.L. Roudebush VA
Medical Center, $87,676, “2010-11 Intergovernmental Personnel Assignment (IPA)
Agreement.”
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Creswell, Tom C and Ruhl, Gail E; botany &
plant pathology, from University of Florida,
$51,436, “Improvement and Deployment
of Rapid Standardized Polymerase Chain
Reaction (PCR) Diagnostic Tools to Increase
Detection Capacity for High-Impact Plant
Pathogens.”
Crossley, William A and DeLaurentis,
Daniel A; aeronautical & astronautical
engineering, from Glenn Research Center,
$227,000, “System-of-Systems Approach
for Assessing New Technologies in Next
Generation Air Transportation System
(NGATS); Supplement 9.”
Csathy, Gabor A and Manfra, Michael J;
physics, from U.S. Department of Energy,
$235,000, “Integrated Growth and UltraLow Temperature Transport Study of the
2nd Landau Level of the Two-Dimensional
Electron Gas.” (a Discovery Park award —
Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Curtis, Susan; history, from Purdue University Special Initiative Program, $19,346,
“Kaiser, Jessica E.”
Dark, Melissa J and Spafford, Eugene H;
technology — administration, Center for
Education and Research in Information
Assurance and Security (CERIAS), from
National Science Foundation, $311,932,
“Research Experience for Undergraduates
(REU) Site: Multi-Disciplinary Information
Assurance and Security.”
Davies, Patricia; mechanical engineering,
from Federal Aviation Administration,
$5,000, “Project #25 Human Response Sleep Disturbance.” (a Discovery Park award
— Discovery Park Administration)
Davies, Patricia; mechanical engineering,
from Purdue Research Foundation, $4,100,
“Herrick Lab Foundation Fellowship.”
Deboer, Lawrence P; agricultural economics, from Indiana Soybean Alliance, $9,664,
“Impact Analysis of County Wheel Tax Adoption in Indiana.”
Deboer, Lawrence P; agricultural economics, from Indiana Corn Marketing Council,
$14,496, “Impact Analysis of County Wheel
Tax Adoption in Indiana.”
Del Caro, Adrian; foreign language & literature, from Purdue University F N Andrews
Fellowship, $19,346, “Miller, Lauren Elizabeth.”
DeLaurentis, Daniel A; Bagchi, Saurabh
and Heister, Stephen D; aeronautical &
astronautical engineering, electrical & computer engineering, from Missile Defense
Agency, $468,000, “An Agent-Based Concept
for an Enhanced Command and Control,
Battle Management, and Communications
(C2BMC) Architecture; Amendment 9.”
Dimensions of Discovery
DeLaurentis, Daniel A; Bagchi, Saurabh
and Heister, Stephen D; aeronautical &
astronautical engineering, electrical & computer engineering, from Missile Defense
Agency, $227,000, “An Agent-Based Concept
for an Enhanced Command and Control,
Battle Management, and Communications
(C2BMC) Architecture; Amendment 7.”
DeLaurentis, Daniel A; Bagchi, Saurabh
and Heister, Stephen D; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, electrical & computer
engineering, from Missile Defense Agency,
$1,133,000, “An Agent-Based Concept
for an Enhanced Command and Control,
Battle Management, and Communications
(C2BMC) Architecture; Amendment 10.”
Deshmukh, Abhijit V; industrial engineering, from Purdue University F N Andrews
Fellowship, $18,215, “Kim, Kihyung.”
Donkin, Shawn S; animal sciences, from
Zinpro Corporation, $5,000, “Ruminant
Research.”
Doyle, James F; aeronautical & astronautical
engineering, from National Science Foundation, $63,012, “Collaborative Research: Three
Dimensional Flow-Structure Interaction
During Phonation.”
Duchatelet, Martine; management — Calumet campus, from Indiana Economic Development Corporation, $20,235, “Northwest
Indiana Small Business Development Center
2011 Part 2.”
Ebert, David S; electrical & computer engineering, from U.S. Department of Homeland
Security, $594,808, “ VACCINE: Visual
Analytics for Command, Control, Interoperability, National Security and Emergencies;
Amendment 6.”
Ebert, David S; electrical & computer engineering, from National Science Foundation,
$49,000, “Foundations of Data and Visual
Analytics (FODAVA) II: the Science of
Interaction Workshop.” (a Discovery Park
award — Discovery Park Administration)
Ebert, David S; electrical & computer engineering, from U.S. Department of Homeland
Security, $100,000, “Office of Intelligence
and Analysis--Fusion Center Data Analysis
and Assessment.” (a Discovery Park award
— Discovery Park Administration)
Elicker, James G; child development & family studies, from Indiana University, $34,000,
“Infant Toddler Specialist Network Initiative
2009-2011.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Engel, Bernard A and Ahiablame, Laurent
M; agricultural & biological engineering,
from Environmental Protection Agency,
$15,000, “Design of a Low Cost, Self Operating Hydraulic Ram Pump for Water Retention and Lifting in Developing Countries:
Bringing Clean Water to Haiti..”
Eugster, Patrick T; computer science, from
National Science Foundation, $499,902,
“TC:Small:Least Privilege Enforcement
through Secure Memory Views.”
Fernandez-Juricic, Esteban; biological sciences, from Lindbergh Foundation, Charles
& Anne, $10,500, “Developing an Onboard
Alert System to Minimize Bird Collisions
with Aircraft.”
Filley, Timothy R; earth & atmospheric
sciences, from Purdue Doctoral Program,
$20,573, “Gibson, Christy D.”
Fisher, Timothy; mechanical engineering,
from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $18,215, “Sadasivam, Sridhar.”
Fisher, Timothy; mechanical engineering,
from Universal Technology Corporation,
$58,000, “Modification No 3 - 10-S5870092-01C1 Grant 104784 Interface Thermal Management for Thermal Protection
Systems.” (a Discovery Park award — Birck
Nanotechnology Center)
Flesch, Lucy M; earth & atmospheric sciences,
from National Science Foundation, $8,891,
“Collaborative Research: Exploring Extensional Tectonics Beyond the Ethiopian Rift.”
Flores, Joseph I; Educational Opportunities
Program — Calumet campus, from Indiana
Department of Education, $2,308, “Residential Upward Bound Food Service Program.”
Foster, Kenneth A; agricultural economics,
from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,161, “Michler, Jeffrey.”
Foster, Ricky E; entomology, from Michigan
State University, $13,910, “Preparing the
North Central Region Vegetable Industries
for Tackling a New Invasive Insect Pest, the
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug.”
Francisco, Joseph S; chemistry, from William E Moore, $1,500, “Dr. Francisco Graduate Student Expenses.”
French, Doran C; child development & family studies, from George Washington Carver
Fellowship, $21,428, “Robinson, Chanele D.”
French, Doran C; child development &
family studies, from Purdue University F N
Andrews Fellowship, $17,161, “Hur, Jinhee.”
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Garcia, R Edwin; materials engineering, from
University of Michigan, $5,285, “Summer
School for Integrated Computational Materials Education.”
Garimella, Suresh V; mechanical engineering, from Eaton, $115,328, “Metal Foam
Heat Transfer for Electronics.”
Garimella, Suresh V; mechanical engineering, from Multi-Sponsored Industrials,
$7,500, “Cooling Technolgies Research
Center (CTRC) 2011 Membership.”
Garrison, James L; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from National Aeronautics and Space Administration, $66,000,
“Incorporation of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Multipath to Improve
Autonomous Rendezvous, Docking, and
Proximity Operations in Space.”
Garrison, James L; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from National Aeronautics and Space Administration, $30,000,
“Yu-Ming - 2011-12 NASA Earth System
Science (ESS) Fellowship - a Study of Wavelet
Approaches to the Detection of Ionospheric
Disturbances.”
Gelvin, Stanton B; biological sciences, from
Dow Agro Sciences, $2,000, “Dow Agro Sciences.”
Gerard, Peggy S; nursing — Calumet
campus, from Health Resources & Services Administration, $39,336, “Professional
Nurse Traineeship (Submission Phase 2).”
Gerard, Peggy S; nursing — Calumet
campus, from Health Resources & Services Administration, $34,852, “Professional
Nurse Traineeship (Submission Phase 1/2).”
Gerber, Corey K; agronomy, from MultiSponsored Industrials, $4,000, “Diagnostic
Training Center -Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc.”
Ghafoor, Arif; Aref, Walid G; Ebert,
David S and Maciejewski, Ross L; electrical & computer engineering, computer
science, from Defense Threat Reduction
Agency, $310,219, “Development of a RealTime Infectious Disease Surveillance and
Response System for Pakistan; Amendment 1.” (a Discovery Park award —
Discovery Park Administration)
Ghiselli, Richard F; hospitality & tourism,
from Purdue Doctoral Program, $17,161,
“Lee, Sangjung.”
Ghosh, Arun K; medicinal chemistry &
molecular pharmacology, from Oklahoma
Medical Research Foundation, $92,930,
“Beta-Secretase Inhibitor for Treating
Alzheimers Disease.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Ghosh, Arun K; medicinal chemistry &
molecular pharmacology, from PHS-NIH
National Institute of General Medical Science,
$362,292, “Design & Synthesis of Nonpeptide
Protease Inhibitors.”
Giordano, Nicholas J; physics, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,096,
“Deng, Nianpei.”
Giordano, Nicholas J; physics, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,096,
“Ding, Yijue.”
Goforth, Reuben R; forestry & natural
resources, from Purdue University F N
Andrews Fellowship, $17,161, “Thurner,
Kensey.”
Groll, Eckhard A; mechanical engineering,
from Air Squared Inc, $13,886, “MultiSponsor Groll.”
Haase, Jennifer S; earth & atmospheric
sciences, from U.S. Geological Survey,
$66,005, “Effects of 3-D Wave Propagation
on Amplification in Evansville and Impacts
on Infrastructure.”
Haddock, John E; Slusher, Laura M; Carboneau, Neal and Habermann, John A; civil
engineering, from Federal Highway Administration, $7,000, “Target Curves: a Systematic
Approach to Increasing Indiana Rural Road
Safety.”
Haddock, John E and Habermann, John
A; civil engineering, from Federal Highway
Administration, $200, “2011 Dwight Eisenhower Summer Exchange Fellowship-Susan
Refai.”
Haddock, John E; Slusher, Laura M; Carboneau, Neal and Habermann, John A; civil
engineering, from Federal Highway Administration, $4,000, “Road Safety 365 Workshop.”
Hamaker, Bruce R; food science, from
Nutrabiotix LLC, $10,300, “Support of
Clinical Studies on Slow Fermentable StarchEntrapped Microspheres.”
Hamaker, Bruce R; food science, from
Suratthani Rajabhat University, $5,000,
“Visiting Scholar - Sukanya Maicaurkaew.”
Hambrusch, Susanne E; computer science, from National Science Foundation,
$234,842, “Intergovernmental Personnel
Assignment (IPA) - Susanne Hambrusch.”
Han, Qingyou; mechanical engineering technology, from Purdue University F N Andrews
Fellowship, $20,843, “Zhang, Zhengui.”
Harbin, Sherry L and Han, Bumsoo; basic
medical science, mechanical engineering,
from PHS-NIH National Heart,Lung &
Blood Institute, $384,260, “Collagen CrossLinks Direct Matrix-Induced Vasculogenesis
via Tunable Pathways.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Harbor, Jonathan M; earth & atmospheric
sciences, from Ross Graduate FellowshipAssistantship, $17,161, “Hauzenberger,
Barbara.”
Harding, Melvyn D; Educational Opportunities Program — Calumet campus, from
Indiana Department of Education, $3,227,
“Summer Food Service Program 2011.”
Harilal, Sivanandan and Hassanein,
Ahmed; nuclear engineering, from National
Nuclear Security Administration, $861,270,
“High Sensitivity Detector for Nuclear
Materials Based on Doubled Pulsed LaserInduced Breakdown Spectroscopy.”
Harper, William A; health & kinesiology ,
from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,412, “Hammel, Nancy M.”
Harrison, Marietta L and Catlin, Ann C;
medicinal chemistry & molecular pharmacology, Rosen Center for Advanced
Computing, from Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis, $218,378,
“Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences
Institute (CTSI) Supplement: Infrastructure
to Enable Community Based Clinical Trials
for Biomarker Discovery.” (a Discovery Park
award — Oncological Sciences Center)
Hassanein, Ahmed and Sizyuk, Tatyana S;
nuclear engineering, from U.S. Department
of Energy, $70,000, “Integrated Study of
Lithium Expansion and Contamination in
Sol of Liquid Lithium Divertor of National
Spherical Torus Experiment (NSTX) During
Normal and Abnormal Operations.”
Hassanein, Ahmed; nuclear engineering,
from Air Force Office of Scientific Research,
$15,000, “Support Request for 2011 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE) 38th International Conference on
Plasma Science and 24rd Symposium on
Fusion Engineering.”
Hassanein, Ahmed and Sizyuk, Valeryi;
nuclear engineering, from U.S. Department
of Energy, $120,000, “Integrated Study of
Lithium Expansion and Contamination in
scrape-off layer (SOL) of Liquid Lithium
Divertor of National Spherical Torus Experiment (NSTX) During Normal and Abnormal Operations.”
Heister, Stephen D; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from National Aeronautics and Space Administration, $66,000,
“Valveless Detonation Concepts for Space
Exploration.”
Hertel, Thomas W; agricultural economics,
from Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $19,650,
“Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP)
2011.”
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Hibiki, Takashi and Ishii, Mamoru;
nuclear engineering, from Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries Ltd, $60,000, “Development of
an Extensive Database on Gas-Liquid TwoPhase Flow through Packed Bed - Phase 2.”
Hill, John E; educational studies, from
National Rural Education Association,
$57,734, “Cooperative Agreement with
National Rural Education Association
(NREA) for 2011-2012.”
Hooser, Stephen B; animal disease diagnostic laboratory, from Animal Plant Health
Inspection Service, $20,900, “Classical Swine
Fever Surveillance.”
Hooser, Stephen B; animal disease diagnostic laboratory, from Indiana Department
of Natural Resources, $10,800, “Diagnostic
Evaluation of Chronic Wasting Disease in
White-Tailed Deer.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley
Foundation, $56,000, “Outreach on Invasive
Plants in Horticulture.”
Howell, Kathleen; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from National Aeronautics
and Space Administration, $66,000, “Mission Design and Orbit Maintenance Strategies in the Earth-Moon System .”
Huang, Chi-Hua; agronomy, from Agricultural Research Service, $35,410, “Acquisition
of Goods and Services.”
Huber, Jessica E and Jones, James T; speech,
language & hearing sciences, biomedical
engineering, from Alfred Mann Institute for
Biomedical Development at Purdue (AMIPurdue), $18,109, “Hypophonia Therapy
Device Superficial Femoral Artery (SFA).”
Huber, Jessica E; speech, language & hearing sciences, from Lions Club, $500, “Lions
Club Support of Assessment of Respiratory
Treatments for Deficits in Speech Naturalness Associated with Parkinsons Disease.”
Huber, Matthew; earth & atmospheric sciences, from Huber, Matthew, $9,748, “AMP
Consortium.”
Hurt, R D; history, from Purdue University
F N Andrews Fellowship, $19,346, “Perry,
Jeffrey T.”
Hurt, R D; history, from Purdue University
F N Andrews Fellowship, $19,346, “Perry,
Jeffrey.”
Hutcheson, John S; Office of Engagement,
from Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $3,300,
“Purdue Center for Regional Development.”
Hutcheson, John S; Office of Engagement,
from Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $450,
“Multi-Sponsored Account Purdue Center
for Regional Development (PCRD).”
Dimensions of Discovery
Irfanoglu, Ayhan; civil engineering, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$17,412, “Dowgala, Jeffrey D.”
Ishii, Mamoru; nuclear engineering, from
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, $30,000,
“Task Order 8: TRAC/RELAP Advanced
Computational Engine (TRACE) Code
Models and Correlations Development.”
Ishii, Mamoru and Lopez-De-Bertodano,
Martin A; nuclear engineering, from Bechtel
Bettis, Inc., $22,274, “Improvements in the
Purdue CFX Two-Fluid Model for Subcooled
Boiling Flow.”
Jackson, Mark J; mechanical engineering technology, from BWXT Y-12, LLC,
$120,000, “Acoustic Emission Detection
of Metals and Alloys During Machining
Operations.”
Jacobi, Judith N; community relations —
North Central campus, from Indiana Arts
Commission, $3,435, “Odyssey Arts Program for Youth.”
Janes, David B and Yang, Chen; electrical
& computer engineering, chemistry, from
National Science Foundation, $110,000,
“Exploring Core-Shell Nanowire Structures
for Low-Noise Transistors.” (a Discovery Park
award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Jenkins, Michael A; forestry & natural
resources, from U.S. Forest Service, $15,000,
“The Response of Oak Seedling Regeneration to Harvesting, Herbicide Treatments,
and Burning.”
Jiang, Yi; building construction & management technology, from Indiana Department
of Transportation, $54,470, “Cost and Energy Efficient (LED, Induction and Plasma)
Roadway Lighting (Synthesis Study).”
Jin, Ge; computer information technology
— Calumet campus, from VRSonic Inc,
$8,000, “Real-Time Affective State Detection
from Facial Images.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Jung, Byunghoo and Roy, Kaushik; electrical & computer engineering, from National
Science Foundation, $200,106, “Software
and Hardware Foundations (SHF): Medium:
Collaborative Research: System Level Self
Correction Using on-Chip Micro Sensor
Network; Amendment 1.”
Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
Purdue Doctoral Program, $17,096, “Losier,
Juanita.”
Kak, Avinash C and Park, Johnny; electrical & computer engineering, from Olympus
Coporation, $300,000, “Distributed and
Mobile Sensor Networks: The PurdueOlympus A-Cubed Project.”
Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$1,318, “Ronald, Kelly L.”
Kak, Avinash C; electrical & computer
engineering, from Elsevier Ltd, $3,888, “Editorship of Our Journal, Computer Vision
Graphics and Image Processing (CVGIP):
Image Understand.”
Kaplan, Ian; entomology, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,096,
“Angelella, Gina.”
Kaplan, Ian and Holland, Jeffrey D; entomology, from National Institute of Food
& Agriculture, $99,164, “A Multi-Scale
Approach to Forecasting Plant Disease
Epidemics by Indentifying Vector Sources
& Virus Reservoirs.”
Keener, Kevin M; food science, from Griffith
Laboratories, $100, “Multi-Sponsored Gift.”
Key, Nicole L; mechanical engineering, from
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, $30,000, “NASA Graduate Student
Researchers Program (GSRP) for Natalie,
Smith - Clocking Effects on the Unsteady
Vane Boundary Layer Response of an
Embedded Compressor Stage-Year 2: Data
Acquisition and Analysis.”
Klimeck, Gerhard; electrical & computer
engineering, from Ruhr University Bochum,
$24,921, “Graduate Student Support.”
Klimeck, Gerhard; electrical & computer
engineering, from Ruhr University Bochum,
$12,045, “Graduate Student Support.”
Johal, Gurmukh S and Weil, Clifford F;
botany & plant pathology, agronomy, from
National Science Foundation, $803,565,
“Mutant-Assisted Exploration of Natural Variation Underlying R Gene-Mediated Immunity
in Maize; Amendment 3.”
Kreger, Michael E; civil engineering, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$18,215, “Bunting, Gregory.”
Johnson, William G; botany & plant pathology, from Du Pont Crop Protection, $8,500,
“Weed Research.”
Kuang, Shihuan; animal sciences, from
University of Louisville, $24,549, “TAK1/
TRAF6 Signaling in Skeletal Muscle.”
Johnston, Cliff T; agronomy, from Columbia
Energy and Environmental, $9,000, “Water
Activity Measurement of Trisodium Phosphate
Solutions.”
Krupke, Christian H; entomology, from
Amvac Chemical Corporation, $1,200,
“Krupke - Entomology - Research.”
Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
Ross Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship,
$17,096, “Gaire, Janak.”
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Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
PHS-NIH National Institute of General
Medical Science, $96,294, “Molecular Basis
of Alphavirus Assembly.”
Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$15,815, “Morman, Rosemary.”
Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
Ross Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship,
$17,096, “Chen, Chun-Liang.”
Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$1,318, “Ronald, Kelly L.”
Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
Ross Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship,
$17,096, “Zhou, Qing.”
Lanman, Jason K; biological sciences, from
PHS-NIH National Center for Research
Resource, $230,823, “In-Vivo Characterization of RNA Virus Assembly Lines with
Electron Microscopic (EM) Tomography.”
Laux, Chad; industrial technology, from
Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $19,346,
“Chopra, Shweta.”
Laux, Chad; industrial technology, from
Purdue University Special Initiative Program, $19,346, “Chopra, Shweta.”
Lawley, Mark A; biomedical engineering,
from Advanced Process Combinatorics,
$15,000, “Optimizing Operating Room
Efficiency.”
Leary, James F and Park, Kinam; basic
medical science, biomedical engineering,
from Korea Institute of Science & Technology, $50,000, “Korea Institute of Science &
Technology (KIST): Purdue Collaboration;
Supplemental Funding.” (a Discovery Park
award — Bindley Bioscience Center)
Leary, James F; basic medical science, from
Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship,
$17,161, “White, Desiree K..”
Lee, Chun-Sing G; electrical & computer
engineering, from National Science Foundation, $207,083, “RI:Small: on Robot Motor
Capability for Skill Learning; Amendment 4.”
Lee, Linda S; agronomy, from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,161,
“Potdar, Sneha.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Lempert, Laszlo; mathematics, from Ross
Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship, $17,161,
“Figuerola, Andres.”
Leverenz, Larry J; health & kinesiology ,
from George Washington Carver Fellowship,
$21,428, “Britt, Angelitta M..”
Li, Kai Ming; engineering administration
engineering experiment, from Federal Aviation Administration, $20,000, “Task 2.19:
Propagation of Noise from En-Route Aircraft.” (a Discovery Park award — Discovery
Park Administration)
Li, Ninghui; computer science, from National Science Foundation, $439,227, “TC: Small:
Provably Private Microdata Publishing.”
Lipton, Mark A and Chmielewski, Jean A;
chemistry, from Allon Therapeutics Inc.,
$71,736, “Proposal for Research with Allon
Therapeutics.”
Litster, Annette L and Moore, George E;
veterinary clinical science, comparative
pathology, from Maddies Fund, $1,917,869,
“Maddies Shelter Medicine Program.”
Longuski, James M; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from National Aeronautics and Space Administration, $66,000,
“Magnetically Actuated Six Degree of Freedom Spacecraft Control Using Magnetic
Torque Coils and Short Electrodynamic
Tethers.”
Lopez, Roberto G; horticulture & landscape architecture, from American Floral
Endowment, $7,500, “American Floral
Endowment.”
Love, David J; electrical & computer engineering, from University of Notre Dame,
$42,000, “Multiple Transmitter Chains to
Minimize Exposure to Electromagnetic
Radiation in Portable Devices.”
Low, Philip S; chemistry, from PHS-NIH
National Institute of General Medical Sciences, $28,168, “Studies of Erythrocyte
Membrane Structure.”
Lowenberg-Deboer, James M; International
Programs in Agriculture, from Weidemann
Associates Inc, $53,064, “Increasing Access
to Local, Regional and International Markets
by Organizing Organic Producers Within
a Farmers Association: Turrialba Organic
Producers Association (APOT) of Costa
Rica; Amendment 1.”
Lucas, Jeffrey R; biological sciences, from
National Science Foundation, $358,000,
“Comparative Study of Seasonality in Auditory Performance.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Luke, Eileen M; Center for Environmental
and Regulatory Information Systems, from
Cooperative State Research Service, $175,000,
“National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN)
National Database/National Network of Diagnostic Centers.”
Luke, Eileen M; Center for Environmental
and Regulatory Information Systems, from
Animal Plant Health Inspection Service,
$499,910, “National Agricultural Pest Information System (NAPIS).”
Lundstrom, Mark S; Klimeck, Gerhard;
McLennan, Michael J and Strachan, Alejandro H; electrical & computer engineering,
Rosen Center for Advanced Computing,
materials engineering, from National Science
Foundation, $3,648,333, “Network for Computational Nanotechnology; Amendment 7.”
(a Discovery Park award — Cyber Center)
Lynall, Matthew D; management, from
Purdue University, $2,500, “Krannerts Experiential Learning Initiative (ELI).”
Lyrintzis, Anastasios S; aeronautical &
astronautical engineering, from U.S. Department of Education, $219,875, “Graduate
Assistance in Areas of National Need
(GAANN) 09/10, 10/11 Fellowships - An
Interdisciplinary Fellowship Program for
Computational Sciences and Engineering;
Amendment 2.”
Lyrintzis, Anastasios S and Blaisdell,
Gregory A; aeronautical & astronautical
engineering, from Combustion Research &
Flow Technology Inc., $10,000, “Modification 1 - Grant 105080 - Sub# 10-C-0464/
C456 Aeroacoustics of High Speed Jet
Impingement.”
Lyrintzis, Anastasios S; aeronautical &
astronautical engineering, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $18,146,
“Smith, Nicholas A.”
Ma, Jianxin; agronomy, from Agricultural
Research Service, $25,864, “Profiling Gene
Expression in Soybean Cotyledons.”
Macdermid Wadsworth, Shelley and
Mustillo, Sarah A; child development &
family studies, sociology, from Department
of the Army, $804,262, “Understanding
Effects of Multiple Deployments and Promoting Resiliency in Families and Children
of Deployed Service Members.”
Mao, Chengde; chemistry, from Arizona State University, $35,103, “DNA
Based Three-Dimensional Nanofabrication;
Amendment 4.”
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Marshall, Maria I; agricultural economics,
from National Institute of Food & Agriculture, $304,180, “Small Business Disaster
Recovery Process: An Analysis of Rural
Communities in Mississippi..”
Martinez, Carlos J and Moon, Robert J;
materials engineering, from U.S. Forest
Service, $14,588, “Design and Fabrication of
Cellulose Nanocrystal Particles and Capsules
for Bioencapsulation.”
Martinez, Julio C; civil engineering, from
National Institute of Building Sciences,
$86,160, “Statistical Modeling of ProjNet(SM)
User Paths.”
Martinez, Julio C; civil engineering, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$17,412, “Louis, Joseph.”
Martini, Ashlie M and Moon, Robert J;
mechanical engineering, materials engineering, from U.S. Forest Service, $13,432,
“Atomic-Scale Modeling of Cellulose Nanocrystals.”
Mattes, Richard D; foods & nutrition, from
PHS-NIH National Institute of Diabetes and
Digestive and Kidney Diseases, $71,467,
“Interdisciplinary Training in Signals Controlling Ingestion and Obesity.”
Mauer, Lisa J; Bhunia, Arun K; Ladisch,
Michael R; Applegate, Bruce M and Irudayaraj, Joseph M; food science, agricultural
& biological engineering, from Agricultural
Research Service, $1,477,573, “Improved
Detection Techniques for Foodborne
Pathogens.”
Mbuba, Jospeter M; public environmental
affairs - Fort Wayne campus, from Indiana Campus Compact, $3,750, “A Needs
Assessment Plan for Crime Victims Among
Refugees, Immigrants, and Other NonEnglish Speaking Residents of Northeastern
Indiana.”
McDaniel, Rebecca S; civil engineering,
from Minnesota Department of Transportation, $50,000, “Hot Mix Asphalt Surface
Characteristics Related to Ride, Texture,
Friction, Noise and Durability.”
McKee, Renee K; CES — Engagement, from
Cooperative State Research Service, $376,364,
“4-H Military Internship Program.”
McLennan, Michael J; Rosen Center for
Advanced Computing, from Environmental Protection Agency, $4,607, “Integrated
Environmental Modeling Hub: an Online
Community of Practice for Integrated Environmental Modeling Communities.”
Dimensions of Discovery
McNamara, Kevin T; agricultural economics, from Indiana National Guard,
$2,000, “Military Agreement for Agriculture Development Team (ADT) Training-Reforestation.”
McNamara, Kevin T and Van Scoyoc,
George E; agricultural economics, agronomy, from IN National Guard, $3,462, “Agriculture Development Team (ADT) Training:
Soils Testing & Fertility-June Training.”
McNamara, Kevin T; agricultural economics, from Indiana National Guard, $2,000,
“Military Agreement for Agriculture Development Team (ADT) Training--Fruit Trees.”
McNamara, Kevin T and Hirst, Peter M;
agricultural economics, horticulture & landscape architecture, from Indiana National
Guard, $2,000, “National Guard Training
Fruit Production & Maintenance.”
McNamara, Kevin T and Ileleji, Klein; agricultural economics, agricultural & biological
engineering, from Indiana National Guard,
$2,521, “Agriculture Development Team
(ADT) Training--Primitive Storage & Pics.”
Meckl, Peter H; mechanical engineering,
from Cummins Inc, $178,850, “Compensation of Fuel Quantity Variation in Multiple
Pulse Injection.”
Meckl, Peter H; mechanical engineering,
from Cummins Inc, $212,939, “NO/NO2
Estimation for a Diesel Oxidation Catalyst
Based on Light-Off.”
Mesecar, Andrew D; biological sciences,
from Vanderbilt University, $90,223, “Polymerase Proteins in Coronavirus Replication.”
Michalski, Greg M; earth & atmospheric
sciences, from The Geological Society of
America, $4,000, “Nitrogen Cycling and
Crypto-Biotic Crust in the Atacama Desert.”
Michler, Charles H and Meilan, Richard;
forestry & natural resources, from National
Science Foundation, $70,000, “Collaborative
Research: Center for Advanced Forestry
Systems; Amendment 5.”
Michler, Charles H; forestry & natural
resources, from Cooke Foundation Limited,
$30,000, “Acacia Koa Conservation & Koa
Forest Restoration on the Hawaiian Islands.”
Mickelbart, Michael V; horticulture & landscape architecture, from Indiana Nursery
and Landscape Association, $2,000, “Indiana
Nursery & Landscape Association.”
Midkiff, Samuel P; electrical & computer
engineering, from National Science Foundation, $150,000, “Software and Hardware
Foundations (SHF): Large: Collaborative
Research: Designing the Programmable
Many-Core for Extreme Scale Computing;
Amendment 2.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Midkiff, Samuel P; electrical & computer
engineering, from Purdue University F N
Andrews Fellowship, $18,146, “Wood, Paul.”
Midkiff, Samuel P; electrical & computer
engineering, from Purdue University F N
Andrews Fellowship, $18,146, “Johnson,
Scott.”
Miller, Brian K; forestry & natural resources, from University of Illinois at ChampaignUrbana, $174,063, “Amendment 2 for
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant College Program
Omnibus.”
Morgan, Mark T and Paxson, Benjamin
N; food science, from Badger Meter Inc,
$6,700, “European Hygienic Engineering &
Design Group (EHEDG) Phase II Cleanability Assessment of a BMI 1 Aseptic Control
Valve for Badger Meter, Inc.”
Mroczek, Daniel K; child development &
family studies, from University of WisconsinMadison, $43,103, “Intregrative Pathways to
Health and Illness (Psychosocial Contributors
to Health & Illness).”
Mudawar, Issam; mechanical engineering, from National Aeronautics and Space
Administration, $150,000, “Ground-Based
Measurement and Mechanistic Modeling
of Dryout in Reduced-Gravity Flow Boiling,
and Transitioning to Tests on the International Space Station.”
Narsimhan, Ganesan; agricultural &
biological engineering, from Army Natick
Research & Development Lab, $42,000,
“Investigation of the Effect of Interaction of
Model Polypeptides with Titania on Their
Conformation Using Molecular Dynamics
Simulation; Amendment 4.”
Narsimhan, Ganesan; agricultural &
biological engineering, from Army Natick
Research & Development Lab, $40,000,
“Conformation and Orientation of Antimicrobial Peptides Tethered to Self Assembled
Monolayer; Molecular Dynamics (MD)
Simulation of Interacting Peptides in Humid
Air and Water; Modification 1.”
Nauman, Eric A; mechanical engineering,
from Purdue University Special Initiative
Program, $19,346, “Zakrajsek, Anne.”
Neu, Corey P; biomedical engineering, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$17,412, “Henderson, Jonathan.”
Neu, Corey P and Ziaie, Babak; biomedical
engineering, electrical & computer engineering, from Showalter Trust, $75,000,
“Magnetic Resonance Instrumentation for
Single Cell Microscopy and Spectroscopy.”
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Neumeister, Norbert and Hacker, Thomas
J; physics, Rosen Center for Advanced
Computing, from University of California,
$125,000, “University of California Los
Angeles (UCLA) Subaward No. 1000 G
HD870; Amendment 9.”
Newton, Jill A and Maeda, Yukiko; curriculum & instruction, educational studies, from
National Science Foundation, $364,194,
“Collaborative: Preparing to Teach Alegebra:
A Study of Teacher Education.”
Newton, Kathryne A; industrial technology, from San Jose State University, $2,000,
“San Jose State University Sustainability and
Standardization Case Study Competition.”
Nita-Rotaru, Cristina; computer science,
from Google Inc, $3,000, “Google.”
Niyogi, Devdutta S; agronomy, from Texas
A&M University, $127,799, “Development
of a High-Resolution Drought Trigger Tool
(HiDrTT) for the United States.”
Nolte, David D; physics, from Lightspin
Technologies, $99,000, “Photorefractive
Modulator for Sweeper.”
Nyenhuis, John A; electrical & computer
engineering, from Alfred E.Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, $4,580, “
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Functionality Tests on Respiratory Feedback
Monitor (RFM).”
Oakes, William C; Engineering Projects
in Community Service (EPICS), from
Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $10,000, “
Engineering Projects In Community Service
(EPICS).”
O’Connell, Kathleen L; health & human
services — Fort Wayne campus, from Indiana State Department of Health, $8,159,
“Empowered (State Partnership Grant).”
Ogg, James G; earth & atmospheric sciences, from Ross Graduate FellowshipAssistantship, $17,161, “Gipe, Rachel.”
Ohland, Matthew W; engineering education,
from National Science Foundation, $419,514,
“Characterizing and Modeling the Experience of Transfer Students in Engineering;
Amendment 1.”
Ortega, David L and Wang, Hong H; agricultural economics, from National Institute of
Food & Agriculture, $75,000, “2011 National
Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)
Predoctoral Fellowship for David Ortega An Integrated Economic Study of U.S. Food
Safety Issues from Imported Food Products.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Ouyang, Zheng and Cooks, Robert G; biomedical engineering, chemistry, from Alfred
Mann Institute for Biomedical Development at
Purdue (AMIPurdue), $605,000, “Therapeutic
Drug Monitoring-Point of Care.” (a Discovery
Park award — Bindley Bioscience Center)
Panitch, Alyssa; biomedical engineering, from North Carolina State University, $130,088, “Understanding of Molecular
Phenomena on Planar and Nanosized Gap
Surfaces Under Different Envionmental
Conditions.”
Park, Kinam; biomedical engineering, from
Showalter Trust, $60,000, “Drug-Eluting Balloon for Cardiovascular Diseases.”
Parker, Laurie L; medicinal chemistry &
molecular pharmacology, from PHS-NIH
National Cancer Institute, $239,546, “Biosensor Design for Detection and Analysis of
Complex Signal Patterns in Cancer.”
Pastakia, Sonak D; pharmacy practice, from
Kinley Trust, $19,800, “An Impact Evaluation
of Interventions to Engage and Improve the
Health and Well-Being of Street Children and
Youth in Eldoret, Kenya.”
Patton, Aaron J; agronomy, from Midwest
Regional Turf Foundation, $4,600, “Midwest
Regional Turf Foundation.”
Patton, Aaron J; agronomy, from Dow Agro
Sciences, $9,500, “Efficacy of Novel Herbicides: 2011 Evaluation Agreement with Dow
Agro Sciences (DAS).”
Penney, Richard C; mathematics, from
Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $500, “Multi
-Sponsored.”
Peterson, Nancy J; English, from Purdue University Special Initiative Program, $19,346,
“Cheng, Lixia.”
Peterson, Nancy J; English, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $19,346,
“Schatz, Stephanie Lynn.”
Peterson, Nancy J; English, from Purdue University Special Initiative Program, $19,346,
“Dunn, Jonathan Edwin.”
Peterson, Nancy J; English, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $19,346,
“Nall, Stacy O.”
Petrosyan, Arshak; mathematics, from
National Science Foundation, $147,228,
“Certain Problems with Lower Dimensional
Free Boundaries.”
Pijanowski, Bryan C; forestry & natural
resources, from U.S. Department of Education,
$175,900, “09/10,10/11 Graduate Assistance
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship Program in Ecology and Environmental
Engineering; Modification 2.”
Pijanowski, Bryan C; forestry & natural
resources, from National Science Foundation, $499,556, “CNH-RCN: A Global Sustainable Soundscapes Network.”
Prabhakar, Sunil K; computer science, from
George Washington Carver Fellowship,
$21,346, “Pastrana Camacho, Pedro.”
Prabhakar, Sunil K and Zhang, Xiangyu;
computer science, from National Science
Foundation, $158,165, “III: Small: Towards
Scalable and Comprehensive Uncertain Data
Management; Amendment 2.”
Prabhakar, Sunil K; computer science, from
Purdue Doctoral Program, $17,096, “Chong,
Rylan.”
Prakash, Arun; civil engineering, from
National Science Foundation, $37,424, “Collaborative Research: Validated Multiscale
Simulation Framework for Large-Strain
Thermo-Mechanical Response of Open-Cell;
Amendment 1.”
Prokopy, Linda S; forestry & natural
resources, from Environmental Defense
Fund, $30,000, “Collaborative Landscape
Level Conservation Efforts: Identifying
Watersheds with Social Capacity.”
Pujol, Santiago and Sozen, Mete A; civil
engineering, from National Science Foundation, $49,000, “Rapid Response Research
(RAPID): Investigation on the Performance
of Buildings with Structural Walls in the
Tohoku, Japan Earthquake of 2011.”
Qu, Ming and Zhao, Fu; civil engineering,
mechanical engineering, from National
Science Foundation, $100,225, “Enabling
Economic and Environmental Sustainability
of Solar Thermal Systems via Temporally
and Spatially Explicit Life Cycle Assessment;
Amendment 2.”
Quagrainie, Kwamena K; Keener, Kevin
M and Liceaga, Andrea M; agricultural
economics, food science, from University of
Illinois, $71,118, “Outreach and Education
Programming in Aquaculture and Seafood
Products in the Great Lakes Region; Amendment 1.”
Ramirez, Julio A; civil engineering, from
National Science Foundation, $15,001,
“National Hazard Education, Outreach and
Training Event in Washington, DC.” (a Discovery Park award — Cyber Center)
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Ramirez, Julio A; Eigenmann, Rudolf;
Brophy, Sean; Hacker, Thomas J; Pujol,
Santiago; Bagchi, Saurabh and Irfanoglu,
Ayhan; civil engineering, electrical & computer
engineering, engineering education, computer
& information technology, from National Science Foundation, $2,182,218, “Network for
Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES)
Operations: FY2010-FY2014; Amendment
11.” (a Discovery Park award — Cyber Center)
Ramkrishna, Doraiswami; chemical engineering, from Pacific Northwest National
Laboratory, $80,000, “Dynamic Modeling
of Metabolism of Shewanella Oneidensis:
Anaerobic, Oxygen-Limted and Fully Aerobic
Growth and Their Transition; Modification 1.”
Ratliff, Timothy L; Cancer Research Center,
from PHS-NIH National Cancer Institute,
$106,487, “National Cancer Institute (NCI)
Cancer Center Supplement for Undergraduate Student Research Experiences- P30S
(Year 2).”
Reed, Willie M; veterinary medicine —
administration, from Indiana Dog Tax,
$7,153, “Indiana State Dog Tax.”
Reed-Rhoads, Teri and Imbrie, Peter K;
engineering education, from National Science Foundation, $22,797, “Collaborative
Research: Development and Testing of a
Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering Concept Inventory.”
Rhoads, Jeffrey F; mechanical engineering,
from Chappelle, $19,346, “Miller, Jacob K.”
Ribeiro, Fabio H; chemical engineering,
from Cummins Inc, $127,000, “Understanding the Role of Platinum on Lean NOx Traps
and Modelling of Ammonia Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Catalysts.”
Rich, Jane M; continuing studies - Fort
Wayne campus, from Indiana Economic
Development Corporation, $12,937, “Northeast Indiana Small Business Development
Center 2011 State Part 2.”
Richardson, James E; earth & atmospheric
sciences, from National Aeronautics and
Space Administration, $63,884, “Investigating the Seismic Contribution of Meteoritic
Impacts to the Current Seismicity of Mars and
its Potential for Exploration; Supplement 1.”
Richardson, James E; earth & atmospheric
sciences, from National Aeronautics and
Space Administration, $70,000, “Investigating the Production and Distribution of
Secondary Craters as a Function of Primary
Crater Production on Planetary Surfaces.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Richert, Brian T; animal sciences, from
Fleischmanns Yeast Inc., $7,000, “Swine
Research.”
Samarapungavan, Ala; educational studies,
from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $18,094, “Reid-Marks, Laura M.”
Richmond, Douglas S; entomology, from
Bayer Cropscience LP, $17,400, “Turfgrass
Entomology Research.”
Samarapungavan, Ala; educational studies, from Purdue University F N Andrews
Fellowship, $18,094, “Courtney, William.”
Richmond, Douglas S; entomology, from
Bayer Cropscience LP, $10,000, “Turfgrass
Entomology Research.”
Sameh, Ahmed H; computer science, from
National Science Foundation, $259,000, “Computer Systems Research (CSR): Large: Collaborative Research: Kali: a System for Sequential
Programming of Multicore Processors.”
Rickus, Jenna L; agriculture — administration, from Wallace H Coulter Foundation,
$180,000, “Biosilicification of Pancreatic
Islets for Treatment of Diabetes.” (a Discovery Park award — Bindley Bioscience
Center)
Rocheford, Torbert R; agronomy, from
Michigan State University, $299,382, “Elucidating the Genetic Architecture of Provitamin A and Vitamin E Biosynthesis in Seed;
Amendment 1.”
Rockman, Bert; political science, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$19,346, “Walker, Rachel E.”
Rosenthal, Frank S; McGlothlin, James
D; Zimmerman, Neil J; Carlson, Gary
P and Zheng, Wei; health sciences
, from PHS-CDC National Institute of
Occupation,Safety,Health, $103,575, “Occupational Safety and Health Training Grant.”
Ruan, Xiulin; mechanical engineering, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$17,412, “Wang, Yan.”
Rundell, Ann E; Buzzard, Gregery T and
Harrison, Marietta L; biomedical engineering, mathematics, medicinal chemistry &
molecular pharmacology, from National
Science Foundation, $297,533, “Quantitative Design of Experiments to Predictably
Alter Intracellular Signaling Dynamics;
Amendment 2.”
Sadeghi, Farshid; mechanical engineering, from Tecumseh Compressor Group,
$80,000, “Tribology Lab Research.”
Sadeghi, Farshid; mechanical engineering, from Tecumseh Compressor Group,
$50,000, “Tribology Lab Research.”
Sadof, Clifford S; entomology, from Purdue
Extension Marion County, $3,200, “Ornamental Insect Research.”
Saeedifard, Maryam and Pekarek, Steven
D; electrical & computer engineering, from
National Science Foundation, $380,000,
“Optimized and Modular Architectures for
Grid Integration of a Cluster of Hydrokinetic
Energy Resources.”
Sameh, Ahmed H; computer science, from
Sandia National Laboratories, $45,815,
“Support for Deaglan Halligan from Sandia
National Labs.”
Sameh, Ahmed H; computer science, from
Intel Corporation, $75,000, “Intel Corporation.”
Sameh, Ahmed H; computer science, from
Army Research Office, $115,217, “Parallel
Sparse Linear System and Eigenvalue Problem Solvers: from Multicore to Petascale
Computing.”
San Martin-Gonzalez, Maria F; food science, from Foreign Agricultural Service,
$27,973, “Norman E. Borlaug International
Science and Technology Fellowship Program
Purdue University Hosting Borlaug Fellow
from Asia.”
Scharf, Michael E; entomology, from Dow
Agro Sciences, $1,000, “Recruit HD Matrix
Digestion.”
Schmidt, Edie K; industrial technology,
from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment,
$19,346, “Deranek, Kimberly M.”
Schmidt, Edie K; industrial technology,
from Purdue University Special Initiative
Program, $19,346, “Deranek, Kimberly.”
Schmidt, Edie K; industrial technology,
from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,096, “Mozammel, Afsheen.”
Schoenlein, William E and Van Alstine, William G; biomedical engineering,
comparative pathology, from Medical
Engineering & Development Institute Inc.,
$123,174, “Intravascular Device Testing:
Study CI-ASDA CI-ASDY Addendum to
Grant 203133.”
Schoenlein, William E and Van Alstine,
William G; biomedical engineering, comparative pathology, from Medical Engineering & Development Institute Inc., $16,513,
“Enteric Testing Agreement: Study CUIMDV3 Addendum to Grant 202362.”
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Schutz, Michael M and Gay, Keegan D;
animal sciences, from University of Minnesota, $9,844, “Dairy Cattle Selection Index
for Pasture-Based Systems.”
Scott, David E; Indiana State Chemist, from
Environmental Protection Agency, $406,132,
“2011 EPA Cooperative Agreement; Amendment 2 Awarding $406,132.”
Scott, David E and Engel, Bernard A; Indiana State Chemist, agricultural & biological
engineering, from Environmental Protection Agency, $47,500, “Water Quality Data
Exchange (WQX) Program: Phase II.”
Seidl, Amanda H; speech, language & hearing sciences, from Educational Research
Institute of America, $2,000, “Brigance
Norming Testing.”
Seidl, Amanda H; speech, language & hearing sciences, from Educational Research
Institute of America, $1,765, “Brigance
Norming Testing.”
Shaurette, Mark E and Hutzel, William J;
building construction & management technology, mechanical engineering technology,
from City of Lafayette, $271,160, “Planning
and Reconstruction of a Deep Energy Efficiency Retrofit Demonstration Home.”
Shaver, Gregory M; mechanical engineering, from Purdue University F N Andrews
Fellowship, $18,215, “Vora, Ashish.”
Shen, Jie; mathematics, from National Science Foundation, $116,610, “Fast SpectralGalerkin Methods and Their Applications;
Amendment 2.”
Shepson, Paul B; chemistry, from National
Science Foundation, $162,743, “Collaborative
Research: Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds and Their Impacts in a Changing
Temperate Forest.”
Shi, Riyi; basic medical science, from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$17,161, “Yan, Rui.”
Shih, Tom I; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from Ames Laboratory, $75,000, “Computational Analysis
of Advanced Cooling Strategies for HighEfficiency and Long-Service Life Turbines;
Modification 5.”
Shin, Yung C; mechanical engineering, from
Nanohmics Inc, $43,000, “Laser Cladding
Modeling and Operation Applied to Plasma
Facing Components.”
Shipsey, Ian P; physics, from Fermi
National Accelerator Laboratory, $25,000,
“Fermilab:General Accelerator Development
(GAD) Salary of LHC Physics Center (LPC)
Coordinator- Ian Shipsey 2009.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Shukle, Richard H; entomology, from Agricultural Research Service, $7,775, “Acquisition of Goods and Services.”
Slamovich, Elliott B; materials engineering, from U.S. Department of Education,
$131,925, “Processing of Micro- and Nanostructured Materials Graduate Assistance
in Areas of National Need (GAANN) 2010;
Amendment 1.”
Sloan, Mary Anne; Technology Assistance
Program, from Indiana State Department of
Health, $30,000, “Critical Access Hospital
Meaningful Use Workshops.”
Smith, Alan L; health & kinesiology , from
Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $19,346,
“He, Feng.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Broderick, Hilary.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Kischuk, Erin.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Kailasam Mani, Saravana
Kumar.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Liao, Pin-Chao.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Lange, Allison.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Verheul, Ross.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Shen, Feichen.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Purdue University Special Initiative
Program, $19,346, “Solis Novelo, Freddy G.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Hua, Duy.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Hardy, Shana.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Julian, Russell.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Cai, Chao.”
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Gardner, Nathan.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Smith, Mjt; graduate school administration,
from Lynn Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship, $17,161, “Shakya, Bikash.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Hinsdale Farms Ltd, $2,000, “Sensory Evaluation
Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Hinsdale Farms Ltd, $3,000, “Sensory Evaluation
Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Alcoa
Inc, $1,500, “Food Science Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Hinsdale Farms Ltd, $2,000, “Sensory Evaluation
Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Hinsdale Farms Ltd, $12,000, “Sensory Evaluation
Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Hinsdale Farms Ltd, $1,000, “Sensory Evaluation
Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Hinsdale Farms Ltd, $2,500, “Sensory Evaluation
Research.”
Son, Steven F; mechanical engineering,
from University of Rhode Island, $150,000,
“Blast Attenuation by Water Barriers.”
Stanciu, Lia A and Moon, Robert J; materials engineering, from U.S. Forest Service,
$16,378, “Nanostructured Cellulos-Titania
Films: Synthesis and Application for Oil
Decomposition in Water.”
Stantz, Keith M; health sciences , from
Indiana University, $7,471, “Dual Targeting
of DNA Repair and P53 Pathways for Treatment of Brain Cancer; Amendment 1.”
Stevenson, Steven A; chemistry – Fort
Wayne campus, from Colorado State University, $40,000, “Nanocaged Metal Tags
Massively Multiplexed Leukemia Bioassays
and Beyond.”
Story, Jon A; Snyder, Margie E; Hudmon,
Karen S and Murray, Michael D; graduate
school administration, pharmacy practice,
from IU School of Medicine, $69,693, “Indiana
Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute
(CTSI) Young Investigator Award.” (a Discovery Park award — Bindley Bioscience Center)
Story, Jon A; Ivanisevic, Albena; Lelievre,
Sophie A and Shi, Riyi; graduate school
administration, biomedical engineering, basic
medical science, from IU School of Medicine,
$89,896, “Indiana Clinical and Translational
Sciences Institute (CTSI) 2011 T-Awards:
Juan Cardenas, Mathew Makowski, & Gary
Leung.” (a Discovery Park award — Bindley
Bioscience Center)
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Stott, Diane E; agronomy, from Agricultural Research Service, $1,513, “Acquistion
of Goods and Services.”
Straw, Mark L; animal sciences, from Agricultural Marketing Service, $2,661, “Country
of Origin Labeling (COOL) Retail Surveillance Activities.”
Streveler, Ruth A; engineering education, from National Science Foundation,
$289,757, “Collaborative Research: Getting
Engineers to Think Across Disciplines.”
Subbarayan-Shastri, Ganesh; mechanical
engineering, from Binghamton University,
$65,000, “Wirebond Process Optimization
for Sub-32 Nano-Meter Node: Designs to
Enable Bonding Over Active Circuits in
ULK Dies.”
Suitor, J Jill; sociology, from PHS-NIH
National Institute on Aging, $211,793, “Parent Adult-Child Relations: Within Family
Differences.”
Sypher, Howard E; communication, from
Purdue University Special Initiative Program, $19,346, “King, Abigail Selzer.”
Sypher, Howard E; communication, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$19,346, “Swope, Stephen Alan.”
Sypher, Howard E; communication, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$19,346, “McNallie, Jenna.”
Sypher, Howard E; communication, from
Purdue University Special Initiative Program, $19,346, “Dutta, Debalina.”
Szymanski, Daniel B; agronomy, from
National Science Foundation, $227,093,
“Collaborative Research: SPK1-ROP Signaling at the ER Surface: Implications for ERES
Assembly and Morphogenesis.”
Taleyarkhan, Rusi P; nuclear engineering, from Larry or Mary Selander, $10,000,
“Taleyarkhan Research.”
Taylor, Lynne S and Kwok, Kaho; industrial
& physical pharmacy, from U.S. Pharmacopeia, $50,000, “ U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP)
Fellowship.”
Teegarden, Dorothy; Adams, Robin S;
Agnew, Christopher R; Knapp, Deborah
W; Leary, James F; Lelievre, Sophie A and
Shields, Cleveland G; foods & nutrition,
engineering education, psychological science
, veterinary clinical science, basic medical
science, child development & family studies,
from PHS-NIH National Cancer Institute,
$310,593, “Interdisciplinary Cancer Prevention Research Internship.” (a Discovery Park
award — Oncological Sciences Center)
Dimensions of Discovery
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Tomar, Vikas; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from Air Force Office of
Scientific Research, $100,000, “(YIP-09)
Understanding Nanoscale Thermal Conduction and Mechanical Strength Correlation in
High Temperature Ceramics; Modification 1.”
Wachs, Juan P and Packer, Rebecca A;
industrial engineering, veterinary clinical
science, from PHS-Agency for Healthcare
Res & Quality, $50,842, “Context-Based
Hand-Gesture Recognition for the Operating Room.”
Trumble, Kevin P and Chandrasekar,
Srinivasan; materials engineering, industrial
engineering, from National Science Foundation, $149,853, “Large-Scale Manufacturing
of Metal Fibers by Modulation-Assisted
Machining.”
Wachter Morris, Carrie A; educational
studies, from Indiana Campus Compact,
$2,250, “Department of Education Policy
Studies (EDPS) 61100: Engaging with Small
and Rural Schools.”
Tuinstra, Mitchell R; agronomy, from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$17,161, “Lindsey, Raymond.”
Tuinstra, Mitchell R; agronomy, from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$17,161, “Lindsey, Raymond S.”
Tyner, Wallace E; agricultural economics,
from National Biodiesel Board, $4,957, “Data
& Analysis of Soybeans/Oilseeds for Biodiesel.”
Tyner, Wallace E and Taheripour, Farzad;
agricultural economics, from Indiana Corn
Marketing Council, $58,119, “Estimation of
the Corn/Soybean Market Impacts of Development of Viable Markets for Corn Stover.”
Wang, Nien-Hwa L; chemical engineering, from Argonne National Laboratory,
$20,812, “Development of Simulated Moving
Bed Chromatography for the Separation of
Rare-Earth Elements from Americium from
Curium; Modification 5.”
Wang, Xiuling; mechanical engineering —
Calumet campus, from Los Alamos National
Laboratory, $17,000, “A Collaborative Effort
in Developing KIVA-hpFE Package Phase II;
Modification 5.”
Wassgren, Carl R; mechanical engineering,
from Procter & Gamble Company, $25,000,
“ Procter & Gamble Voluntary Support.”
Tzempelikos, Athanasios; civil engineering,
from Chappelle, $8,673, “Rastogi, Parag.”
Watts, Susan G; management, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $15,817,
“Childers, Jamie.”
Ukkusuri, Satish V; civil engineering, from
Ross Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship,
$18,215, “Sadri, Arif.”
Watts, Susan G; management, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,934,
“Ordyna, Paul.”
Useem, Bert; sociology, from Purdue University Special Initiative Program, $19,346,
“Leahmaster, Reid J.”
Watts, Val J and Hu, Changdeng; medicinal chemistry & molecular pharmacology,
from PHS-NIH National Institute of Mental
Health, $406,138, “D2 Receptor-Induced
Sensitization of Adenylate Cyclase.”
Useem, Bert; sociology, from Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship, $19,420,
“Li, Miao.”
Vanfossen, Phillip J; curriculum & instruction, from Purdue University F N Andrews
Fellowship, $18,094, “Jung, Hyunyu.”
Varma, Amit H; civil engineering, from URS
Company, Inc., $400,000, “Benchmarking
Analysis of Steel Concrete (SC) Structures
for US Advanced Pressurized Water Reactor
(APWR) Nuclear Power Plant.”
Varma, Arvind; chemical engineering, from
Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $19,346,
“Al-Kukhun, Ahmad Y.”
Vyn, Tony J and Smith, Douglas R; agronomy,
from National Corn Growers Association,
$35,000, “Integrated Management of Tillage,
N Applications, and Nitrification Inhibitors to
Reduce Nitrous Oxide Emissions and Improve
Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Corn Production:
Part 1.”
Weatherman, Kara D; pharmacy practice,
from Indiana University School of Medicine,
$2,000, “Teaching Nuclear Medicine Technology Course at Indiana University.”
Weaver, Connie M; foods & nutrition, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$17,161, “Tucker-Falconer, Robin.”
Webb, Kevin J; electrical & computer engineering, from National Science Foundation,
$360,000, “Terahertz Field Control for Signal
Processing and Communication.”
Webb, Kevin J; electrical & computer engineering, from Army Research Office, $46,857,
“Low-Loss and Broadband Metamaterials for
Negative Index and Transformational Optics
Applications.”
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Weiss, William J; Banks, Margaret K
and Schwab, Arthur P; civil engineering,
agronomy, from National Precast Concrete
Association, $135,000, “The Evaluation of
Precast Concrete Sewer Pipes, Tanks and
Vaults Exposed to Microbially Induced
Concrete Corrosion (MICC).”
Weiss, William J and Olek, Jan; civil engineering, from Indiana Department of Transportation, $100,000, “Phase III - Mitigation,
Remediation, and Service Life Extension.”
Wereley, Steven T; mechanical engineering,
from Hummingbird Precision Machine,
$112,500, “Design and Fabrication of
Microfluidic Chips for In-Situ (Scanning)
Transmission Electron Microscopy (S)Tem
Observations in Liquids.” (a Discovery Park
award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Whiteman, Shawn D; child development
& family studies, from PHS-NIH National
Institute on Alcohol Abuse, $37,006, “Alcohol Use and Associated Problems Among
Veterans and Student Service Members.”
Whitford, Fred; botany & plant pathology,
from Professional Landcare Network Inc,
$250, “Purdue Pesticide Programs.”
Wilbur, Ronnie B; speech, language &
hearing sciences, from Ohio State University, $42,141, “Computational Methods for
Analysis of Mouth Shapes in Sign Language;
Amendment 1.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,161,
“Barefoot, Nathan Z.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Ross
Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship, $17,161,
“Kiernicki, John J.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,161,
“Sturtevant, Hannah G.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Ross
Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship, $17,161,
“Gord, Joseph.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Ross
Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship, $17,161,
“Rodriguez, Samuel A.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Ross
Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship, $17,161,
“Stafford, Kristin M.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,161,
“Mitsuhashi, Wataru.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Ross
Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship, $17,161,
“Sullivan, Shane.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — August 2011
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,161,
“Pilo, Alice L.”
Wu, Yue; chemical engineering, from E.
I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company,
$25,000, “Du Pont - Young Professor Award.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,096,
“Roylance, John J.”
Xia, Jianlin; mathematics, from National
Science Foundation, $21,689, “Efficient
Structured Direct Solvers and Robust
Structured Preconditioners or Large Linear
Systems and Their Applications.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,096,
“Nebgen, Benjamin.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Purdue
University F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,096,
“Dewalt, Emma L.”
Wild, Robert E; chemistry, from Ross
Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship, $17,161,
“Yan, Xin.”
Williams, Rod N and Beasley, James C; forestry & natural resources, from Animal Plant
Health Inspection Service, $38,379, “Assess
Rabies Vaccine Distribution Strategies.”
Williams, Rod N; forestry & natural
resources, from Hoosier Herpetological
Society, $200, “Voluntary Support.”
Williams, Rod N; forestry & natural
resources, from Hoosier Herpetological
Society, $100, “Voluntary Support.”
Williams, Rod N; forestry & natural
resources, from Hoosier Herpetological
Society, $100, “Voluntary Support.”
Williams, Rod N; forestry & natural resources,
from Hoosier Herpetological Society, $50,
“Voluntary Support.”
Williams, Rod N; forestry & natural resources, from Hoosier Herpetological Society, $50,
“Voluntary Support.”
Wodicka, George R; biomedical engineering,
from Indiana University Purdue University at
Indianapolis, $21,629, “Wodicka – Indiana
University Purdue University at Indianapolis
(IUPUI) Graduate Support - Cristian Constantinescu.”
Wodicka, George R; biomedical engineering, from Indiana University Purdue
University at Indianapolis, $1,858, “Indiana
University Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) Graduate Support - Marc
Normandin.”
Xin, Yan Ping and Si, Luo; educational studies, computer science, from National Science
Foundation, $626,835, “R & D: Nurturing
Multiplicative Reasoning in Students with
Learning Disabilities in a Computerized
Conceptual-Modeling; Amendment 3.”
Xiu, Dongbin; mathematics, from Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory, $70,000,
“Intrusive and Non-Intrusive Polynomial
Chaos Methods for the Quantification of
Uncertainties in Multi-Physics Models.”
Xiu, Dongbin; mathematics, from Statistical
& Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute,
$52,000, “Uncertainty Quantification 20112012.”
Xu, Xianfan; mechanical engineering,
from Research Triangle Institute, $29,750,
“Active Cooling Module: High Performance
Thermoelectric Cooler (Hi-TEC).” (a Discovery Park award — Birck Nanotechnology
Center)
Yao, Bin; mechanical engineering, from
Purdue University F N Andrews Fellowship,
$18,215, “Gu, Yan.”
Yao, Yuan; food science, from Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $10,000, “Multi-Sponsor
- Yao.”
Yeo, Yoon; industrial & physical pharmacy,
from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment,
$9,479, “Amoozgar, Zohreh.”
Youngblood, Jeffrey P and Moon, Robert J;
materials engineering, from U.S. Forest Service, $60,000, “Cellulose Nanoparticle Fiber
Wet/Dry Spinner Equipment Purchase.”
Zakharov, Dmitri N; materials engineering, from UES Inc., $47,500, “Single Wall
Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNT) Nucleation
and Growth on Iron Catalyst Deposited on
Al2o3 Substrate: Towards Immortal Catalyst
Design.” (a Discovery Park award — Birck
Nanotechnology Center)
Zavattieri, Pablo D and Moon, Robert J;
civil engineering, materials engineering,
from U.S. Forest Service, $12,425, “Multiscale Modeling of the Hierachical Structure
of Cellulose Nanocrystalline Materials.”
Zheng, Wei; health sciences , from PHS-NIH
National Institute of Environment Health
Science, $52,383, “Choroid Plexus as a Target
in Metal-Induced Neurotoxicity-Minority
Supplement for Christopher Bates.”
Zheng, Wei; health sciences , from IU School
of Medicine, $31,207, “Support for Huisi Ai
from Dr. Yun Liang.”
Zhou, Chenn Q; Center for Innovation thru
Visualization & Simulation, from Mittal Steel
Company, $10,000, “Design of Sinter Cooler
Pre-Processor.”
Zhou, Chenn Q; Center for Innovation thru
Visualization & Simulation, from Franciscan
Alliance, Inc., $2,329, “Flythrough Rendering of Franciscan St. Margaret Health Special
Care Nursery.”
Zhu, Jian-Kang; biochemistry, from PHSNIH National Institute of General Medical
Science, $20,885, “DNA Demethylation and
Transcriptional Gene Silencing.”
Zhu, Yu Michael; statistics, from National
Science Foundation, $99,085, “Collaborative
Research: Spatial Model-Based Methods for
RNA-Seq Analysis; Amendment 1.”
Zhuang, Qianlai; earth & atmospheric
sciences, from Ross Graduate FellowshipAssistantship, $17,161, “Jin, Zhenong.”
Zhuang, Qianlai; earth & atmospheric
sciences, from Ross Graduate FellowshipAssistantship, $17,161, “Shang, Linyuan.”
Zimmerman, Neil J; health sciences , from
University of California — Santa Cruz,
$15,090, “Neurologic Function in Children
Exposed to Ambient Manganese.”
Zollner, Patrick A and Shao, Guofan;
forestry & natural resources, from Indiana
Department of Natural Resources, $9,300,
“Habitat Conservation Plan Development
and Implementation for the Indiana Bat
(Myotis Sodalis) on Indiana State Forests.” 
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