CEAS Graduate Programs & Research Newsletter Know to Use It

CEAS Graduate Programs & Research Newsletter Know to Use It
Fall 2006, Volume 5, Issue 3
College of Engineering and Applied Science
CEAS Graduate Programs
& Research Newsletter
Grants.gov is Here: What You Need to
Know to Use It
Introduction to grants.gov The recent
implementation of grants.gov marks a
profound and permanent change in the
federal grant system. Grants.gov, a secure
Internet source, has two distinct operations,
announcing funding opportunities and
receiving electronic applications. All 26
federal grant-making agencies, including the
National Science Foundation, are already
using grants.gov. By the end of 2007 all
federal grant applications must be
submitted through grants.gov, so NSF no
longer will use Fastlane for grant
applications. NSF most likely will continue
to use Fastlane for other grant functions,
including award management and reporting.
Some federal grant agencies, such as NIH
and NSF, are phasing in the use of
grants.gov by program or type of
application. Other agencies already require its
use for all grant programs and no longer
accept hard copies of proposals.
Collaborative partners:
The following agencies now require use of
grants.gov: U.S. Departments of Agriculture,
Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy,
Health and Human Services, Homeland
Security, Housing and Urban Development,
Interior, Justice, Labor, State, Transportation,
Treasury, Veterans Affairs, the Agency for
International Development, Corporation for
National and Community Service, Institute of
Museum and Library Services, National
Aeronautics and Space Administration,
National Archives and Records
Arts and Humanities, National Science
Foundation, Small
Business
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In This Issue
RGI-2 Update
2
Michelle Schoenecker
Joins CEAS
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Important Dates
3
Proposals Submitted
Proposals Funded
6
Graduate Applications
7
Graduate Enrollment
7
Faculty Publications
and Presentations
8-24
Congratulations on Honors and Awards to
CEAS Faculty and Graduate Students:
Junhong Chen was interviewed on his
nanotechnology research for a
feature story in Nanowerk Spotlight.
Arun Garg received a new million
dollar grant from the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention to
continue his ergonomics research
work on “Low-Back Pain:
Quantifying Risk Factors.”
Sarah Gong received a grant for
research on eco-friendly bio-based
polymers in an on-campus
presentation by the Secretary of the
Wisconsin Department of
Agriculture, Trade and Consumer
Protection.
George Hanson’s article, “Fundamental
Transmitting Properties of Carbon
Nanotube Antennas,” received the S.
A. Schelkunoff Transactions Prize
Paper Award of the IEEE Antennas
and Propagation Society.
Graduate Student Bo Liu was
commended by the Mequon Police
4-5
Department for his services as a
translator during their interview with
the victim of a serious felony.
Jun Zhang was honored at a grant
presentation ceremony, from the new
Wisconsin Biomedical technology
Alliance, a partnership among UWM, the Medical College of Wisconsin,
Marquette University, the Milwaukee
School of Engineering, and UWParkside.
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Grants.gov, continued from page 1
Administration, the Social Security Administration
and 11 other federal grant-making agencies.
CEAS Workshop on Orientation to grants.gov
Although there is no substitute for hands-on
experimenting with the system, we will offer a
workshop that demonstrates access and use of
grants.gov for grant applications. The one-hour
workshop will be offered on October 4 and repeated
on October 12.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA)
number that is assigned to all federal grant programs.
CEAS faculty are encouraged to contact Michelle
Schoenecker to request funding searches and
downloading of application materials.
Applying for grants: In order to submit a proposal,
the applicant first needs to identify the specific grant
opportunity, separately download the application
instructions and application forms, and complete and
save the forms. However, to do these steps, the
applicant must use Pure Edge Viewer, a small, free
program that must be downloaded and installed on
the applicant’s computer. For Windows users,
information on Pure Edge Viewer is available at
http://grants.gov/DownloadViewer. Non-Windows
users can find Pure Edge support at
http://grants.gov.MacSupport.
Demonstration module: The grants.gov web site
offers a demonstration module that takes applicants
through the screens and necessary steps to prepare
and submit a grant application. An important point
to remember is that, unlike Fastlane, grants.gov
entries are made off-line, saved and then uploaded to
Preparing the forms: Once the forms are opened,
the system once the forms and files are complete.
Also, unlike Fastlane, uploads to grants.gov must be the cover page must be completed in sequence or the
system will announce “errors.” Until the errors are
converted first to PDF format.
located and corrected, grants.gov will not allow the
application to be submitted to the funding agency.
Searching for funding: Grants.gov also provides
search capability for government-wide grant
opportunities, making the process faster, more
efficient and more comprehensive than searching
individual funding agencies or programs. Several
search options are available: key words, agency
program numbers, announcement dates, or the
Hands-on Assistance: CEAS faculty who are using
grants.gov for the first time can receive guidance
from the Research Office (Marjorie Piechowski and
Michelle Schoenecker) in preparing forms and
uploading proposal components.
RGI-2 Update
The Graduate School has announced the RGI-2 competition, with an October 16, 2006 deadline. The
competition is open to faculty and staff, with the following changes from last year:
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On-line data entry and format for cover page, biographical information, and budget
Proposal narrative increased to 4 pages, including references and illustrations
One course buy-out allowed for faculty, at a rate of 12.5%
Separate signature page provided, with room for up to 10 PI’s/Co-PI’s
More focused review panels, with multiple readers for panel discussions
Opportunity to enter up to three key words to describe research more precisely
One-year funding except in unusual, justified circumstances
Applicants are limited to be lead P.I. on two RGI applications
Applicants can be Co-P.I. on any number of applications
Current RGI winners have no strategic advantage or automatic extension
Case Managers are strongly recommended and should be requested by October 2, 2006
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Associate Technical Grant Writer
Michelle Schoenecker Joins CEAS
Ms. Michelle Schoenecker, who joined CEAS as
Associate Technical Grant Writer in July, has quickly
demonstrated her technical editing skills on grant
proposals and research manuscripts for faculty from all
departments. She also has begun to disseminate research
funding opportunities tailored to specific faculty
interests and to assist faculty with electronic grant
submissions.
Other primary responsibilities include obtaining and
interpreting application materials, maintaining a grant
deadline calendar, upgrading the CEAS grants database,
and writing articles and reports on grant activity and
faculty research. She holds a bachelor's degree in
professional communications from Alverno College and
is pursuing a master's degree in English from UW-M,
specializing in professional writing.
Important Dates
Graduate Studies:
October 5, 2006
Fall Engineering Industry Expo
October 18, 2006
Thesis/Dissertation Workshop offered by the
Graduate School - MIT 361
5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
November 10, 2006
Thesis/Dissertation Workshop offered by the
Graduate School - MIT 361
4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
November 16 & 17, 2006
Fall Qualifying Exam - EMS W220
1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
December 4, 2006
Defense Deadline
In her most recent position at Fiserv, Michelle managed
and produced the entire proposal process for over 150
sales proposals, averaging 250-300 pages each, with
extensive appendices. She wrote executive summaries,
developed proposal standards, edited proposals for
consistent language and tone, and served as primary
proofreader and editor. In earlier positions at Alverno
College and the American Lung Association she wrote
successful proposals to individuals, businesses and
foundations. Michelle also has published articles about
proposal best practices, developed and managed an
electronic newsletter, formatted large, complex
documents, and written news articles and press releases.
Important Dates
December 11, 2006
Thesis Submission Deadline
December 16, 2006
Order of the Engineer & Outstanding Alumni
Awards
December 17, 2006
Commencement
Research:
October 4, 2006
Grant Workshops: grants.gov
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
October 12, 2006
Grant Workshops: grants.gov
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
October 16, 2006
RGI-2 Deadline
4:30 p.m.
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Proposals Submitted May 1, 2006 - September 15, 2006
(Data Source: CEAS Database)
Prin. Investigator Title
Agency
Amount
Chen, J.
NER: Carbon Nanotube Coated with Nanoparticles - An
Enabling Structure for Nanomanufacturing and NanodevicesREU Supplement
National Science
Foundation
$12,000
Chen, J.
GOALI: Fundamental Studies on Nanoscale Corona Discharge
National Science
Foundation
$369,097
Christensen, E.
Collaborative Research: Modeling transformations of
polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in the aquatic
environment
National Science
Foundation
$307,367
Dhingra, A.
Graduate Internship Program - Morris Cranes
Morris Material Handling $32,545
Garg, A.
Chronic Illness Risk Factors and Health Promotion Among
Commercial Truck Drivers
Rocky Mountain Center
for Occupational and
Environmental Health
$256,662
Garg, A.
Upper-Limb Musculoskeletal Disorders: Identifying Risk
Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention
$1,438,597
Ghorbanpoor, A.
Co-PI: Tabatai, H.
Workshops/Specifications for Rehabilitation Techniques for
Concrete Bridges
Wisconsin Highway
Research Program
$15,000
Ghorbanpoor, A.
Monitoring and Load Distribution Study for the Land Bridge
Wisconsin Highway
Research Program
$30,000
Gong, S.
Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Biobased/Biodegradable Polymers National Science
Foundation
$406,841
Hanson, G.
Carbon Nanotube Antennas
RF Nano Corporation
$12,352
He, X.
Non-Linear Modeling and Development of Lab-on-a-Chip
using AC Electro-osmosis for Biotransport and Biodetection
National Science
Foundation
$444,601
Hosseini, H.
Co-PI: Ashley, C.
BC-DP: Access to Computing and Technology – University
Partnership
National Science
Foundation
$575,804
Klemer, D.
Near-Infrared Phototherapy in Neurodegenerative Disease
Luminary Biosciences,
LLC
$17,543
Kouklin, N.
Co-PI: Steeber, D.
Carbon Nanotube- Based Next-generation Cellular and
Sub-cellular Probes
National Science
Foundation
$351,500
Kouklin, N.
Probing Photoconduction and Transport Phenomena in Carbon The Petroleum Research
Nanotubes and their polymer nanocomposites
Fund
$90,000
Li, Y.
Confidential Disclosure Agreement with Brady Worldwide, Inc.
$0
Brady Worldwide, Inc.
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Proposals Submitted May 1, 2006 - September 15, 2006
Prin. Investigator Title
Agency
Amount
Liao, Q.
Numerical simulation of 2D surfing wave generated by a water
drop structure
Pacific Advanced Civil
Engineering, Inc.
$11,666
Mali, A.
Automated Planning for Pain Management
National Institutes of
Health
$147,000
McRoy, S.
Co-PI: Lang, N.
Collaborative Intelligent Health Information Systems Initiative
National Science
Foundation
$0
Munson, E.
Software Versioning and Variants
GE Healthcare
Technologies
$59,939
Naik, T.
Co-PI: Kraus, R.
Recycling Opportunities for Coal-Combustion Products and
Other By-Products Through Educational Seminars
U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency
$74,846
Naik, T.
Co-PI: Kraus, R.
Demonstration of Manufacturing Technology for Concrete and
CLSM Using Residuals and Reject Fibers from Pulp and Paper
Mills
Wisconsin Department
of Natural Resources
$55,150
Naik, T.
Use of Class C Fly Ash in Binary Blends for Mitigation of
Alkali-Silica Reactions
Electric Power Research
Institute
$29,896
Nasiri, A.
Co-PI: Yu, D.
A State-of-the-Art Approach in Improving Power Electronics
and Electric Drives Courses, Curriculum, and Laboratories
National Science
Foundation
$134,734
Rohatgi, P.
Co-PI: Chen, J.
NUE: Manufacture of Bulk Nanostructured Composite Systems National Science
Foundation
$199,142
Wang, W.
Micro-Magnetic Modeling on Vertical Ferromagnetic Ring
Office of Naval Research $57,553
Wang, W.
Co-PI: Steeber, D.
Ultra-sensitive Magnetoelectronic Immunosensor
National Institutes of
Health
$544,390
Wang, W.
Co-PI: Steeber, D.
Thermally Programmed Curie Point Magnetoelectronic
Biosensor
National Science
Foundation
$552,394
Ying, L.
Parallel Generalized Series Imaging: Algorithm and Applications University of Pittsburgh
to Contrast-Enhanced Breast Cancer Imaging
$54,684
Yu, D.
New Algorithms for PTZ Camera-Based Object Tracking
Jun Tech
$22,255
Zhao Tian
CAREER: Programming Abstractions for Reasoning About
Large Software Systems
National Science
Foundation
$460,150
TOTAL $6,763,708
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Proposals Funded May 1, 2006 - September 15, 2006
(Data Source: Graduate School Reports)
P.I.
Proposal
Agency
Amount
Amano, R.
Heat Tranfer Studies of Heated Soil Vapor Extraction
Jay Jaktar, Inc.
$16,119
Chen, J.
SGER: Coating Carbon Nanotubes with Aerosol Nanoparticles
Produced from a Mini-arc Plasma Source
National Science
Foundation
$31,481
Chen, J.
NER: Carbon Nanotube Coated with Nanoparticles - An
Enabling Structure for Nanomanufacturing and Nanodevices
National Science
Foundation
$129,998
Dhingra, A.
Graduate Internship Program 1
Harley-Davidson
Motor Company
$32,427
Ghorbanpoor, A. Graduate Internship Program - ReGenco - Bouche
ReGenco, LLC
$35,327
Gong, S.
Sustainable and Eco-friendly Biobased Polymer Composites
WI Dept. of Agric., Trade, $148,541
and Consumer Protection
He, X.
Non-Linear Modeling and Characterization of ZnO-based Sensors National Science
Foundation
$54,619
Horowitz, A.
A Wisconsin Evaluation of a Tool to Estimate the Economic
Development Benefits of Highway Projects
Midwest Regional
University - University
Transportation Center
$47,669
Jen, T.C.
Co-PI: Chen, J.
Electrostatic-Force-Assisted Cold Gas Dynamic Spray of
Nanoparticles IV - A New Low-Temperature Process for
Producing Nanostructured Coatings and Bulk Materials
UW System Applied
Research Grant Program
$50,000
Law, C.T.
Co-PI: Yu, D.
Fiber Optics-Based Fault Detection in Power Distribution
Systems
UW System Applied
Research Grant Program
$49,999
Li, Y.
Data-Driven Surge Modeling and Inlet Guide Vane Control for
Centrifugal Air Compressors
Toyota Motor
Corporation
$22,944
Liao, Q.
Exposure Assessment Modeling for Munition Compounds in
Coastal Areas
Georgia Institute of
Technology
$25,183
Naik, T.
Co-PI: Chun, Y.
Recycling Opportunity for Gypsum Wallboard in Concrete
UW System Solid Waste
Research Program
$29,196
Pillai, K.
Understanding and Modeling the Phenomenon of Wiping a
Surface
S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
$29,566
Reisel, J.
Analysis of the Factors Affecting the Deterioration of Catalysts in
Small Utility Engines
Wisconsin Small Engine
Consortium
$60,000
Rohatgi, P
NER: Synthesis of Metal Matrix-Nanoparticle Composites by
Stir-Mixing
National Science
Foundation
$10,000
Yu, D.
New Algorithms for PTZ Camera-Based Object Tracking
Jun Tech
$22,255
Zhang, J.
New Techniques for Real-Time Tumor Tracking in Radiation
Therapy for Lung Cancer
Biomedical Technology
$50,000
Alliance
TOTAL
$845,324
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Graduate Applications
Fall 2004
(As of September 18, 2006)
Spring 2005
Fall 2005
Spring 2006
Fall 2006
Spring 2007
M.S. Candidates
205
81
140
86
129
43
Engineering Ph.D.
Candidates
82
25
73
35
68
21
Engineering Ph.D.
Candidates w/o M.S.
18
2
11
3
15
1
Medical Informatics
Ph.D.
-
-
11
3
10
1
Medical Informatics
Ph.D.
w/o M.S.
-
-
-
-
2
0
305
107
268
127
224
66
Total
Graduate Student Enrollment
225
200
175
150
125
100
75
50
25
0
171 184 172
160
142
132
97 104
89 91 89
86
6
M.S.
Engineering Ph.D.
5
9
Medical Informatics Ph.D.
Spring 2004
Fall 2004
Spring 2005
Fall 2005
Spring 2006
Fall 2006
26
36
28 35 25
NDC
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Faculty Publications and Presentations
2005-2006 Academic Year
Data Source: Faculty Submissions
Aita, Carolyn
Publications
“Crystallization and segregation in vitreous rutile films annealed at high temperature.” M.A. Omari, R.S. Sorbello, and C.R.
Aita, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 23, 1568-1574 (2005).
“Crystallization and (Al,Ti)-oxide growth in annealed TiO2-Al2O3 multilayers.” M.A. Omari, R.S. Sorbello, and C.R. Aita, J.
Vac. Sci. Technol. A 24, 317-323 (2006).
“Near-ultraviolet optical absorption behavior of TiO2-Al2O3 multilayer films.” M.A. Omari, R.S. Sorbello, and C.R. Aita, J.
Appl. Phys. 99, art. 123508 (1-7) (2006).
“The mosaic structure of TiO2 with rutile short-range atomic order.” C.R. Aita, J. Vac. Sci. Technol.
A 24 in press (2006).
Patent
“Self-repairing nanostructured ceramic coatings for protection of blood-interfacing implants.” C.R. Aita, V. Yakovlev, M.
Cayton, M. Mirhoseini, and M. Aita, US Patent No. 6,869,701 (assigned solely to C.R. Aita).
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Amano, Ryo S.
Publications
Amano, R.S. and Song, B., “Chapter 9—Simulation of Turbulent Flow in a Duct With and Without Rotation – Cooling
Passage of Gas Turbine Blades,” Modeling and Simulation of Turbulent Heat Transfer, 2005, pp. 315-348, Invited Contribution,
WIT Press, UK.
Sun, D. and Amano, R.S., “An Interaction with a Sonic Injection Jet with a Supersonic Turbulent Flow Approaching a
Re-entry Vehicle to Atmosphere,” Advances in Heat Transfer, Invited Contribution, WIT Press, UK (accepted, to be published
in July 2006).
Xiao, Y. and Amano, R.S., “Aluminized Composite Solid Propellant Particle Path In Combustion Chamber Of Solid Rocket
Motor,” Advances in Fluid Mechanics, 2006, pp. 153-164, WIT Press, UK.
Xiao, Y., Amano, R.S., Cai, T., and Li, J., “A New Method to Determine the Velocities of Particles on a Solid-Propellant
Surface,” ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 127, 2005, pp. 1057-1061.
Chon, W.C. and Amano, R.S., “Investigation of Flow Behavior around Co-Rotating Blades in a Double-Spindle Lawn
Mower Deck,” International Journal of Rotating Machinery, Vol. 1, pp. 77-89.
Chen, Q., Amano, R.S., and Xin, M., “Experimental Study of R134A Condensation Heat Transfer inside the Micro-Fin
Tubes,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 41, 2005, pp. 785-791.
MohanDas, P.M., Amano, R.S., Roy, T., and Jatkar, J., “Unsteady State Analysis Of Heated Soil Vapor Extraction Process
With Air Sparging,” ASME 2005 International Mechanical Engineering Congress Exposition, November 17-22, 2005,
Orlando, FL.
Lu, X. and Amano, R.S., “Experimental Study on Utilization of CFB Desulfuration Bottom Ash for Construction
Applications,” 2005 International Conference on Coal Science, October, 2005, Toba, Japan.
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Song, B. and Amano, R.S., “A New Simulation Method for Separating and Recirculating Flows,” International Conference
On Jets, Wakes And Separated Flows, October, 2005, Toba, Japan.
Amano, R.S., “Study of the Flow Field in Afterburner of Propulsion Rocket using Ceramic Stabilizer,” International
Symposium on Non-Equilibrium Process, Combustion and Atmospheric Phenomena, Sochi, October, 2005.
Zheng, Y.H. and Amano, R.S., “Thermal Design and Characteristics of Thermal Distribution in Process Chamber,” ASME
2005 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference.
Xiao, Y.M. and Amano, R.S., “A New Development of Multi-to-One Cell-Matching Method and Its Application in VOF
Interface Tracking,” ASME 2005 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in
Engineering Conference.
Lee, S. and Amano, R.S., “Design of Brewery Pasteurization Method by High Pressure Carbon Dioxide,” ASME 2005
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference.
Xu, C. and Amano, R.S., “Design of Swept Blade for Turbomachinery,” ASME 2005 International Design Engineering
Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference.
MohanDas, P.M., Amano, R.S., Roy, T., and Jatkar, J., “Heated Soil Vapor Extraction Process With Air Sparging,” Nagoya,
Japan, August, 2005.
Xie, J., Amano, R.S., Singh, S., and Peck, R., “Reduction of Gaseous Emission From Power Turbine Combustor,” ASME
2005 Summer Heat Transfer Conference, San Francisco, CA, July, 2005.
Xie, J., R.S. Amano and P.M. Mohan Das, and P.K. Rohatgi, “Transit simulation analysis for the pressure infiltration of
aluminum melts into metal matrix composites,” ASME 2005 Summer Heat Transfer Conference, San Francisco, CA, July,
2005.
MohanDas, P.M., Amano, R.S., Roy, T., and Jatkar, J., “Steady State Analysis Of Heated Soil Vapor Extraction Process With
Air Sparging,” ASME 2005 Summer Heat Transfer Conference, San Francisco, CA, July, 2005.
Xiao, Y.M. and Amano, R.S., “A Simulation Study of Flow Field In An Afterburner Of Propulsion Rocket With Ceramic
Stabilizer,” Proceedings of 5th International Symposium on Multi-phase Flow, Heat Mass Transfer and Energy Conversion,
No. 297, July 3-6, 2005, Xi’an, China.
Song, P., Schoenbrun, S., Ray, R. and Amano, R.S., “Study on the Performance of Pump using CFD Tool,” Proceedings of
ASME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting, June, 2005, Houston, TX.
Xie, J. and Amano, R.S., “Numerical Study on Evaporative Heat Transfer Of Air-Water Bubbly Flow,” Proceedings of
ASME International Conference on Microchannels & Minichannels, June, 2005, Toronto, Canada.
Xu, C. and Amano, R.S., “Development of A Low Flow Coefficient Single Stage Centrifugal Compressor,” Proceedings of
ASME Turbo & Expo June, 2005, Reno-Tahoe, Nevada, GT2005-68006.
Amano, R.S., Song, B., and Md. S. Reza, “A Study on Flow And Heat Transfer In Strongly Curved U-Bend,” Proceedings of
ASME Turbo & Expo June 6-9, 2005, Reno-Tahoe, Nevada, GT2005-68005.
Lu, X., and Amano, R.S. “Consideration and construction of 300 MW CFB boilers in China,” 18th ASME International
Conference on Fluidized Bed Combustion, May, 2005, Toronto, Canada.
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Faculty Publications and Presentations
Amano, R.S. and Xiao, Y.M., “Aluminized Composite Solid Propellant Particle Path In Combustion Chamber Of Solid
Rocket Motor,” 2nd International Conference on Computational Ballistics, Cordoba, Spain, May, 2005.
Amano, R.S. and Lu, X., “Water Spray Cooling Of High-Temperature Steam Flow Through a Steam Turbine Bypass Valve
Line,” 13th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, Beijing, China, May, 2005, ICONE13-50596.
Xu, C. and Amano, R.S., “Study Of Blade Sweep Effects Of Compressor,” Proceedings of ASME Power, McCormick Place
Convention Center, Chicago, Illinois, April, 2005, PWR2005-50191.
Amano, R.S., “High-Temperature And High-Pressure Steam Flow Through A Steam Turbine Bypass Valve Line,”
Proceedings of ASME Power, McCormick Place Convention Center, Chicago, Illinois, April, 2005, PWR2005-50194.
Xie, J., Amano, R.S. and Singh, S., “Simulation Of Gas Turbine Reacting Flows With Porous Inserts,” Proceedings of ASME
Power, McCormick Place Convention Center, Chicago, Illinois, April, 2005, PWR2005-50198.
Sun, D. and Amano, R.S., “Parameters Affecting Supersonic Flowfield with Secondary Injection,” AIAA-2005-24182, 43th
AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, 2005, Reno, NV.
Sun, D. and Amano, R.S., “Cooling Gas Injection in Supersonic Turbulent Flowfiled With a Transverse Sonic Injection Jet,”
AIAA-2005-24309, 43th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, 2005, Reno, NV.
Xu, C. and Amano, R.S., “Blade Sweep Effects Of Turbomachinery,” AIAA-2005-24460, 43th AIAA Aerospace Sciences
Meeting and Exhibit, 2005, Reno, NV.
Lee, E.K., Amano, R.S., Xie, J.H. and Rohatgi, P.K., “CFD Simulation and Experimental Validation of MMC Solidification
in the Presence of Cooled Fibers,” DMII, NSF Grantee’s Conference, January 2005, Phoenix, Arizona.
Amano, R.S. and Rohatgi, P.K., “Synthesis of Metal Matrix-Nanoparticle Composites by Stir Mixing,” DMII, NSF Grantee’s
Conference, January 2005, Phoenix, Arizona.
Roy, T., Amano, R.S., Jatkar, and J. MohanDas, P., “Soil and Water Remediation Processes by Use of a Heated Vapor
Extraction System and Air Sparging Technology,” Proceedings of Sustainable Energy and Environment, Vol. 1, pp. 543-547,
1-3 January 2005, Hua Hin, Thailand.
Amano, R.S. and Caulfield, S., “Condensation Heat Transfer of Flow Pattern in Mini-Channel,” International Conference on
Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels, ICNMM2006-96103, University of Limerick, Ireland, June, 2006.
Amano, R.S., Caulfield, S., “Numerical Study of Annular and Stratified Flows in Horizontal Micro-fin Tubes,” International
Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels, ICNMM2006-96104, University of Limerick, Ireland, June, 2006.
Xu, Z. Amano, R.S., and Caulfield, S., “Numerical Simulation of Thermo-Electro-Magnetic Performances in Supersonic
Channel Flow,” International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels, ICNMM2006-96105, University of
Limerick, Ireland, June, 2006.
Amano, R.S. and Caulfield, S., “A Study of Flows Over Microgrooves for Different Flow Pattern,” International Conference on
Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels, ICNMM2006-96226, University of Limerick, Ireland, June, 2006.
Ristic, D., Amano, R.S., and Rohatgi, P.K., “Numerical Modeling in LENStm Process,” 9th AIAA-ASME Joint
Thermophysics Conference, San Francisco, June, 2006.
Zhenyu Xu, Chun-Hian Lee, Amano, R.S., “Numerical Simulation of Supersonic MHD Channel Flows,” 9th AIAA-ASME
Joint Thermophysics Conference, San Francisco, June, 2006.
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MohanDas, P.M., Amano, R.S., and Jatkar, J., “Heated Soil Vapor Extraction With Air Sparging technology for Soil/Water
Remediation,” 9th AIAA-ASME Joint Thermophysics Conference,
San Francisco, 5-8 June 2006.
Guo, T., Lu, Hanzhou Liu, X., Chen, J., and Amano, R.S., “Cold Model Experiments and Numerical Simulation on a
Selective Fluidized Bed Bottom Ash Cooler in a 410t/h CFB Boiler,” 19th FBC Conference, 1st Call, May 21 – 24, 2006, Vienna, Austria.
Huang, Y., Lu, X., Liu, H., and Amano, R.S., “Investigation On The Structure And Arrangement of a Large-Scale Circulating
Fluidized Bed Boiler,” 19th FBC Conference, 1st Call, May, 2006, Vienna, Austria.
Xu, C. and Amano, R.S., “Static Pressure Distortion of a Large Cut Back Tongue Volute,” ASME Turbo & Expo, GT200690001, 8-11 May 2006, Barcelona Spain.
Lu, X., Liu, H., and R.S. Amano, “Industrial Demonstration on NOx Removal by Gas burning in a Tangential Pulverizing
Coal-fired Boiler in China,” ASME Electric Power Conference, PWR2006-88100, 2-4 May 2006, Georgia World Congress
Center, Atlanta, GA.
Xu, C. and Amano, R.S., “A Study of a Single Stage Centrifugal Compressor,” ASME Electric Power Conference, PWR200688023, 2-4 May 2006, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA.
Xu, C. and Amano, R.S., “Swept Blade Aerodynamic Effects of Compressor Airfoil,” ASME Electric Power Conference,
PWR2006-88007, 2-4 May 2006, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA.
Amano, R.S., “Flow in Duct Downstream of a Steam Turbine Bypass Valve,” ASME Electric Power Conference, PWR200688021, 2-4 May 2006, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA.
Chen, Q. and Amano, R.S., “Experimental Study of Condensation in Horizontal Micro-Fin Tubes,” AIAA Annual Space
Meeting, Reno, 2006.
Xu,C. and Amano, R.S., “Development Of The Efficient Single Centrifugal Compressor For Aircraft Engines,” AIAA
Annual Space Meeting, Reno, 2006.
Lee, E.K., Amano, R.S., and Rohatgi, P.K., “Metal Matrix Composite Solidification in the Presence of Cooled Fibers:
Numerical Simulation and Experimental Observation,” Int. J. Heat & Mass Transfer (accepted, in press).
Amano, R.S., Lee, E.K., Xu C, and Xie, J., “Investigation of the Unsteady Flow Generated by an Axial Fan-Experimental
Testing and Simulations,” International Journal of Rotating Machinery, (accepted, in press).
Lu, X. and Amano, R.S., “Feasible Experimental Study on the Utilization of a 300MW CFB Boiler Desulfurizing Bottom Ash
for Construction Applications,” ASME Journal of Energy Resources Technology, (accepted, in press).
Chen, Q., Amano, R.S., “Experimental Study Of Flow Patterns And Regimes of Condensation in Horizontal ThreeDimensional Micro-Fin Tubes,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, (accepted, in press).
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Publications
Brian Armstrong, Jose A. Gutierrez, Bruce Wade, and Ralph Joseph. “Stability of phase-based gain modulation with
designer-chosen switch functions.” International Journal of Robotics Research, 25(8):781-796, 2006.
Brian S. R. Armstrong and Qinghui Yuan. “Multi-level control of hydrualic gerotor motors and pumps.”
In Proc. 2006 American Control Conference, pages 4620--4627. AACC: Minneapolis, 2000.
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Beimborn, Edward
Publications
“Sensitivity Analysis of Factors Affecting Road Widening Thresholds,” Institute of Transportation Engineers 2006 Annual
Meeting, CD-ROM, with Carlos Alba, August, 2006.
“An Examination of the Process of Innovation at Transit Agencies,” Transportation Research Board Record.
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Publications
JOT (Journal of Object Technology) John Boyland: “Why we should not add read-only to Java (yet)” in Journal of Object
Technology, vol. 5, no. 5, Special Issue: ECOOP 2005 Workshop FTfJP, June 2006, pages 5-29, http://www.jot.fm/issues/
issues_2006_06/article1.
Presentations
“Checking Data and Code Movement Using Permissions.” Schloss Dagstuhl (Germany) Seminar: Types for Tools, June
2005. Also presented at Nanjing University, July 2005.
“Why we Should Not Add Read-Only to Java (yet)” ECOOP 2005 Workshop on Formal Techniques for Java-Like
Programs.” Glasgow, July 2005.
Handling “Out of Memory,” Errors ECOOP 2005 Workshop on Exception Handling in Object-Oriented Systems, Glasgow,
July 2005.
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Publications
Statistical Quality Design and Control - Contemporary Concepts and Methods, Second Edition, Richard E. DeVor,
Tsong-how Chang and John W. Sutherland, Prentice-Hall, pp. 942, 2007.
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Refereed Journal Papers
J. H. Chen and G. H. Lu, “Controlled Decoration of Carbon Nanotubes with Nanoparticles,” Nanotechnology 17(12), 28912894, 2006.
J. H. Chen, G. H. Lu, L. Y. Zhu, and R. C. Flagan, “A Simple and Versatile Mini-Arc Plasma Source for Rapid Nanocrystal
Synthesis,” accepted to Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 2006.
G. H. Lu, K. L. Huebner, L. E. Ocola, M. Gajdardziska-Josifovska and J. H. Chen, “Gas Sensors Based on Tin Oxide
Nanoparticles Synthesized from a Mini-arc Plasma Source,” accepted to Journal of Nanomaterials, 2006.
Patent
J. H. Chen and G. H. Lu, “A New Method for Controlled Assembly of Nanoparticles,” U.S. Patent Pending.
Invited Presentation
University of Wisconsin-Madison, “Synthesis and Assembly of Nanoparticles for Functional Nanodevices,” April 2006
Other Presentations/Posters
J. H. Chen, P. X. Wang, W. C. Conant, T. A. Rissman, R. C. Flagan, and J. H. Seinfeld, “3-D Modeling on the Performance
of an Airborne Counterflow Virtual Impactor,” Presented at 24th AAAR Conference, Austin, TX, Oct. 18- 21, 2005 (Poster).
G. H. Lu, K. L. Huebner, L. E. Ocola, M. Gajdardziska-Josifovska, and J. H. Chen, “Ultrasensitive Nanoparticle Gas
Sensors,” Presented at the 30th Annual Great Lakes Biomedical Conference Biomedical Sensors, Racine, WI, April 21, 2006 (Poster).
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G. H. Lu, K. L. Huebner, L. E. Ocola, M. Gajdardziska-Josifovska, and J. H. Chen, “Fabrication and Characterization of an
Ultrasensitive Tin Oxide Nanoparticle Sensor,” Presented at Argonne National Laboratory 2006 Users Meetings, Argonne, IL,
May, 2006 (Poster, best student poster award).
L. Y. Zhu, G. H. Lu, J. H. Chen, and C. J. Hirschmugl, “Assembly of Silver Nanoparticles onto Multi-walled Carbon
Nanotubes and Study of Nanoparticle Attachment Mechanism,” Presented at the 66th Annual Physical Electronics Conference,
Princeton, NJ, June 18-21, 2006 (Poster).
J. H. Chen, G. H. Lu, L. Y. Zhu, and C. J. Hirschmugl, “A Generic Approach to Coat Carbon Nanotubes with Nanoparticles
for Energy Applications,” Presented at the 2006 ASME Energy Nanotechnology International Conference, Cambridge, MA, June,
2006 (Oral).
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Publications
“On Computing the Distinguishing Numbers of Trees and Forests” by Christine Cheng Electronic Journal of Combinatorics
13:1(2006)R11.
“Hardness Results on the Man-Exchange Stable Marriage Problem,” by Eric McDermid, Christine Cheng, Ichiro Suzuki to
appear in Information Processing Letters.
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Publications
Christensen, E.R. and Arora, S. 2006. “Source apportionment of PAHs in sediments using factor analysis by time records:
Application to Lake Michigan, U.S.A.” Water Research. In Press.
Seth, I, Soonthornnonda, P., and Christensen, E.R. “Use of GIS in urban stormwater modeling.” 2006. ASCE Journal of
Environmental Engineering. Editorial. In press.
Bzdusek, P.A., Christensen, E.R., Lee, C.M., Pakdeesusuk, U., and Freedman, D.L. 2006. “PCB congeners and
dechlorination in sediments of Lake Hartwell, South Carolina determined from cores collected in 1987 and 1998.” Environ.
Sci. Technol. 40 (1), 109-119.
Bzdusek, P.A., Lu, J., and Christensen, E.R. 2006. “PCB congeners and dechlorination in sediments of Sheboygan River,
Wisconsin determined by matrix factorization.” Environ. Sci. Technol. 40 (1), 120-129.
Christensen, E.R. and Bzdusek, P.A. 2005. “PAHs in sediments of the Black River and the Ashtabula River, Ohio: Source
apportionment by factor analysis.” Water Research 39, 511-524.
Bzdusek, P.A. and Christensen, E.R. 2006. “Comparison of a new variant of PMF with other receptor modeling methods
using artificial and real sediment PCB data sets.” Environmetrics. 17, 387-403.
Li, J., Mgonella, M.K., Bzdusek, P.A., and Christensen, E.R. 2005. “PCB congeners and dechlorination in sediments of
Upper Sheboygan River, Wisconsin.” J. Great Lakes Res. 31, 174-186.
Chen, C.-Y., Chen, S.-L., and Christensen, E.R. 2005. “Individual and combined toxicity of nitriles and aldehydes to
Raphidocelis subcapitata.” Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 24 (5), 1067-1073.
Bzdusek, P.A., Lu, J., and Christensen, E.R. 2005. “Evidence of fine-grained sediment transport and deposition in
Sheboygan River, Wisconsin, based on sediment core chemical tracer profiles.” Water Resource. Res. 41 (4): Art, No.
W04016 Apr. 27.
Lu, J., Bzdusek, P.A., Christensen, E.R., and Arora, S. 2005. “Source apportionment of PAHs in sediments of the Sheboygan
River, Wisconsin by a chemical mass balance model.” J. Great Lakes Res. 31, 456-465.
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Hanson, George
Publications
J. Hao and G.W. Hanson, “Electromagnetic Scattering from Finite-Length Metallic Carbon Nanotubes in the Lower IR
Bands,” Phys. Rev. B, v. 74, pp. 035119 (1-6), 2006. Selected for inclusion in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science &
Technology.
G.W. Hanson, “Current on an Infinitely-Long Carbon Nanotube Antenna Excited by a Gap Generator,” IEEE Trans.
Antennas Propagat, v. 54, pp. 76-81, Jan. 2006.
G.W. Hanson, “Fundamental Transmitting Properties of Carbon Nanotube Antennas,” IEEE Trans. Antennas Propagat, v.
53, pp. 3426-3435, Nov. 2005. Won the 2006 Sergei A. Schelkunoff Prize Paper Award from the IEEE Antennas and
Propagation Society.
G.W. Hanson, A.B. Yakovlev, and W. Elliott Hutchcraft, “Leaky Wave Excitation on Three-Dimensional Via-Fed Printed
Interconnects,” Radio Science, v. 40, RS6S08, doi:10.1029/2004RS003168, 2005.
E.M. Kartchevski, A.I. Nosich, and G.W. Hanson, “Mathematical Analysis of the Generalized Natural Modes of an
Inhomogeneous Optical Fiber,” Siam Journal of Applied Mathematics, v. 65, n. 6, pp. 2033-2048, 2005.
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Publications
X. He, 2006. A Decoupled Modal Analysis for Nonlinear Dynamics of an Orthotropic Thin Laminate in a Simply Supported
Boundary Condition Subject to Thermal Mechanical Loading. International Journal of Solids and Structures, Available online, May
2006.
X. He, 2006. Non-linear Dynamic Response of a Thin Laminate Subject to Non-Uniform Thermal Field. International Journal
of non-linear mechanics, 41(1), pp.43-56.
X. He, 2006. Laminate Nonlinear Dynamics in a Mixed Boundary Condition Subject to Thermal and Mechanical Loading.
Transaction of ASME, Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics, April, pp. 168-177.
X. He, 2006, A Decoupled Modal Form Duffing Equation for an Orthortropic Laminate in a Clamped Boundary Condition
with Thermal Diffusion, International Journal of Non-linear Mechanics, vol. 41(4), pp. 564-574.
X. He, 2006. Chaotic Behavior of a Symmetric Laminate with Transient Thermal Field, Transaction of ASME, Journal of
Vibration and Acoustics. 128 (4). 429-438.
X. He, 2006. Electromigration and Stress Voiding of Cu-low/k Semiconductor interconnect – 65 nm Interconnect
Technology and Beyond. Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optonelectronics, In press.
X. He, J. Bleier, 2006. The Influence of Boundary Conditions on the Thin Laminate Nonlinear Dynamics with Applications
to a Printed Wiring Board, IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies. In Press.
X. He, 2006. The Effect of Temperature on the Microstructure Nonlinear Dynamics Behavior, in: Microelectronic Structures
and Materials, 1, Chapter 19, Springer Science, Inc.
Presentations
X. He, Thermal Effect on Nonlinear Vibration of laminate Structures, International Mechanical Engineering Congress and
Exposition, Nov. 2005, Orlando, FL.
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Fall 2006
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X. He, A Lorenz-type Model for the Convection Flow Induced by a Transient Thermal Field, The 11th Conference on
Nonlinear Vibration, Stability and Dynamics of Structures. Aug. 13-17, 2006, Blacksburg, VA.
X. He (invited speaker), A Microfluid Cell Characterization, Symposium for the Advanced Packaging Materials, March 15-17,
2006, Atlanta, GA.
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Publications
Hamed El-Afandi, Hossein Hosseini, and K. Vairavan, “A Wireless Ad Hoc Protocols Comparison Study: DSR, AODV and
IWAR,” Journal of Computational Methods in Science and Engineering (JCMSE), 2006. Submitted.
Tariq Omari, H. Hosseini, and G. Franks, “Dynamic Load Balancing Protocol for Locally Distributed Systems,” International
Journal of Computers and Their Applications. Accepted for Publication.
M. Goyal, W. Xie, H. Hosseini, and K. Vairavan, “Improving OSPF Dynamics Over Broadcast LAN,” Transaction of the
Society for Modeling and Simulation Journal. Accepted for Publication.
M. Goyal, W. Xie, H. Hosseini, K. Vairavan, and D. Rohm, “Improving OSPF Dynamics Over Broadcast LAN,” IEEE
International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation of Computer and Communication Systems (MASCOTS),”
Atlanta, Georgia, September 2005. Accepted for Publication.
Hamed El-Afandi, Hossein Hosseini, and K. Vairavan, “A Simulation Study between the Ad Hoc Protocols IWAR and
AODV,” The 5th IEEE International Symposium on Signal Processing and Information Technology, pp. 630-634, Athens,
Greece, December 2005.
Hamed El-Afandi, Hossein Hosseini, and K. Vairavan, “A Simulation Study of the Intelligent Wireless Ad Hoc Routing
(IWAR) Protocol,” Proceedings of the 2nd ACM International Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Wireless Ad Hoc,
Sensor, and Ubiquitous Networks, pp. 264-266, Montreal, Canada, October 2005.
Hamed El-Afandi, Hossein Hosseini, and K. Vairavan, “IWAR Protocol: An Adaptive Routing Protocol for Ad Hoc
Networks,” The 14th International Conference on Intelligent Adaptive Systems and Software Engineering, pp. 129-133,
Toronto, Canada, July 2005.
Hamed El-Afandi, Hossein Hosseini, and K. Vairavan, “A Performance Evaluation of the Ad Hoc Protocols IWAR and
AODV,” Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Wireless Networks, pp. 570-676, June 2005.
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Publications
Pan, L., Jen, T.C., He, C., Xin, M., and Chen, Q., 2006, “Heat transfer and bubble movement of two- and one-sided heating
subcooled flow boiling in narrow channel,” to appear in ASME Journal of Heat Transfer.
Cui, W. Li, L., Jen, T.C., Chen, Q. and Liao, Q., 2006, “Heat transfer and pressure drop experimental correlations for air-water
bubbly flow,” to appear in International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer.
Peng, L., Li, Y-R, Li, Y.J., Imaishi, N., Jen, T.C., Chen , Q., 2006, “Bifurcation and Hysteresis of Flow Pattern in a Shallow
Silicon Pool with Cz Configuration” to appear in Numerical Heat Transfer.
Gutierrez, G., Cantano, J., Jen, T.C., and Liao, Q., 2006, “Transient heat transfer analysis on a heat pipe with experimental
validation,” International Journal of Transport Phenomena, Vol. 8, pp. 165-179.
Cui, W., Li, L., Xin, M., Jen, T.C., Chen, Q., Liao, Q., 2006, ”A heat transfer correlation of flow boiling in micro-finned
helically coiled tube,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 49, pp. 2851-2858.
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Jen, T.C., Pan, L., Li, L., Chen, Q., and Cui, W., 2006,”The acceleration of Charged Nano- Particles in Gas Stream of
Supersonic De-Laval-Type Nozzle Coupled with Static Electric Field,” Applied Thermal Engineering, Vol. 26, pp. 613-621.
Gutierrez, J.G. and Jen, T.C., 2005, “Numerical Analysis of the Vapor Flow in an Axially Rotating Heat Pipe in Drilling
Processes,” International Journal of Transport Phenomena, Vol. 7, pp.131-150.
Li, L., Cui, W., Liao, Q., Xin, M., Jen, T.C. and Chen, Q., 2005,”Heat Transfer Augmentation in 3D Internally Finned and
Micro-finned Helical Tube,” InternationalJournal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 48, pp.1916-1925.
Jen, T.C. and Yan, T., 2005, “Developing Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in a Channel Partially Filled with Semi-Porous
Square Channel,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 48, 00. 3995-4009.
Jen, T.C., Chen, Q., Li, L., Cui, W. and Zhang, X., 2005, “Numerical Analysis on Cold Gas Dynamic Spray Coating Process
with Nano- and Micro-size Particles,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 48, pp. 4384-4396.
Book Chapter
Jen, T.C., Yan, T., and Q. Chen, 2005, “Numerical Simulation Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell,” in Transport Phenomena
in Fuel Cell, Chapter 6, pp. 215-246, WIT Press, Ashurst Lodge, Ashurst, Southampton SO40 7AA, UK.
Presentations
Li. L., Cui, W., Chen, Q, Jen, T.C., and Liao, Q., 2005, “The Effects of Distance Between Nozzle and Substrate on Cold Gas
Dynamic Spray Process,” presented in ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, July 17-25, San Francisco, California,
HT2005-72372.
Jen, T.C. and Liao, Q., 2005,”Thermal Performance of Heat Pipe Drill: A New Simulation Model for Heat Pipe,” presented
in the 2005 ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, July 17-25, San Francisco, California, HT2005-72425.
Cui, W., Li, L., Chen, Q, Liao, Q. and Jen, T.C., 2005,”Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop Experimentations for Air-Water
Bubbly Flow,” presented in the 2005 ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, July 17-25, San Francisco, California, HT
2005-72843.
Li, L., Cui, W., Chen, Q, Liao, Q. and Jen, T.C., 2005,”Coupled Conduction -Convective Heat Transfer in the Louvered Fin
Heat Exchanger,” presented in the 2005 ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, July 17-25, San Francisco, California,
HT2005-72840.
Pan, L., Liang, X., Xin, M., Jen, T.C., and Chen, Q., 2005,”Two-Phase Concurrent Separated Model for Boiling Heat Transfer in Narrow Vertical Rectangular Space,” presented in the 2005 ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, July 17-25, San
Francisco, California, HT2005-72859.
Pan, L., He, H., Xin, M., Jen, T.C., and Chen, Q., 2005,”Bubbles Coalescence and Condensation of Subcooled Flow Boling
in Vertical Narrow Channels,” presented in the 2005 ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, July 17-25, San Francisco,
California, HT2005-72860.
Pan, L., He, C., Xin, M., Jen, T.C., and Chen, Q., 2005,”Heat Transfer and Bubble Movement of Double- and Single-side
Heating Subcooled Flow Boiling Narrow Channels,” presented in the 2005 ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, July
17-25, San Francisco, California, HT2005-72861.
Zhang, Y. Li, L., Cui, W., Jen, T.C., Chen, Q., Liao, Q., 2005,” Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in
Micro-Nozzle,” presented in 2005 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 5-11, Orlando
Florida. IMECE2005-82464.
Cui, W., Li, L., Jen, T.C., Chen, Q., Liao, Q., Xin, M., 2005,” A Heat Transfer Correlation of flow Boiling in Micro-Finned
Helically Coiled Tube,” presented in 2005 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 5-11,
Orlando Florida. IMECE2005-82468.
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Li, L., Cui, W., Jen, T.C., Chen, Q., 2005,” Numerical Modeling of the Coupled Convection Heat Transfer in the Cylinder
Block and the Water Jacket of Engine,” presented in 2005 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition,
November 5-11, Orlando Florida. IMECE2005-82466.
Li, L., Cui, W., Jen, T.C., Chen, Q., Liao, Q., 2005,” Numerical Simulation of Steam Reforming of Methanol in MicroChannel Reactor,” presented in 2005 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 5-11,
Orlando Florida. IMECE2005-82467.
Jen, T.C., Tuchowski, F., and T.-M. Chen, 2005,” Investigation of Thermosyphon “Cooling for Drilling Operation: An
Experimental Study,” presented in 2005, International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 5-11,
Orlando Florida. IMECE2005-82761.
Jen, T.C., Yan, T., and Liao, Q., 2006, “Numerical Simulation and Modeling of Liquid-Feed Direct Methanol Fuel Cell,”
presented in the 4th International ASME Conference on Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology, June 19-21, Irvine,
California. FUELCELL2006-97088.
Liao, Q., Jen, T.C., Chen, Q., Cui, W., and Li, L., 2006, “Numerical Simulation With Lattice Boltzmann Method (LBM) in the
Curved Square Duct,” to be presented In the 2006 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition,
November, 2006, Chicago, Illinois.
Cui, W., Li, L., Xin, M., Jen, T.C., Liao, Q., and Chen, Q., 2006, “Flow Pattern and Pressure Drop for Flow Boiling inside
Microfinned Helically Coiled Tube,” to be Presented in the 2006 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and
Exposition, November, 2006, Chicago, Illinois.
Peng, L., Li, Y., Liu, J., Jen, T.C. and Chen, Q., 2006, “Numerical Analysis of Marangoni Convection in Liquid Bridge with
Liquid Encapsulation Effect of Temperature Coefficient of Tension,” to be presented in the 2006 International Mechanical
Engineering Congress and Exposition, November, 2006, Chicago, Illinois.
Li, L., Cui, W., Chen, Q., Jen, T.C., and Liao, Q., 2006, “Numerical Simulation of Gas-Liquid Phase Flow in the Annular
Gap Scrubber,” to be presented in the 2006 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November,
2006, Chicago, Illinois.
Editorships
Appointed as Associate Editor for the International Journal of Transport Phenomena for three-year term
(2007-2010).
Appointed as Regional Editor for the Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics.
Appointed as Editor for the JP Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer for three-year term (2006-2009).
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Publications
Li, J., McLellan, S. and Ogawa, S., (2006) “Accumulation and fate of green fluorescent labeled Escherichia coli in laboratoryscale drinking water biofilters,” Water Research. (In press)
Liu, Y., Li, J., Qiu, X. and Burda, C., (2006) “Novel TiO2 nanocatalysts for wastewater purification-tapping energy from the
sun,” Water Science and Technology. (Accepted)
Silva, M. Mclellan S., and Li, J., (2006) “The removal of green fluorescent labeled Escherichia Coli by pilot scale drinking
water biofilters,” Recent Progress in Slow Sand and Alternative Biofiltration Processes. Edited by Rolf Gimbel et al., IWA
Publishing. ISBN: 9781843391203.
Li, J., Gao, X., Goeckner, B., Kollakowsky, D. and Ramme, B., (2005) “A pilot study of mercury liberation and capture from
coal-fired power plant fly ash,” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association. 55: 258-264.
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Presentations
Beach, California, USA, ACM Press, 2005.
Liu, Y., Li, J., Qiu, X., and Burda, C., “Novel TiO2 nanocatalysts for wastewater purification-tapping energy from the sun,”
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IEEE Transactions
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Slow
Sand and 2006.
Alternative Biological Filtration Conference, May 3-5, 2006, Muelheim an der
Ruhr, Germany.
Nasiri, “Full Digital Current Control of PM Synchronous Motors for Vehicular Applications”, Accepted for publication in
IEEE
Transactions
on Industrial
Electronics,
2006.water biofiltration systems,” NSF workshop for the advancement &
Li, J., “Bacterial
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retention of underrepresented & minority engineering educators, March, 2006, Washington DC.
M. Radmehr, S. Farhanghi, A. Nasiri, “Effects of Power Quality Distortions on Electrical Drives and Transformer Life in
Paper
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Time Measurements,”
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Industry Application
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2006.
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Chen, X. Simulations
Li, J., and Burda,
C, “Photocatalytic
degradation
azo dyes in
byIEEE
nitrogen-doped
TiO2 nanocatalysts,”
Midwest Environmental Chemistry Workshop, Oct., 2005, Chicago, IL.
Mohammad S. Naderi, M. Vakilian, T. R. Blackburn, B. T. Phung, Mehdi S. Naderi, and A. Nasiri, “A Hybrid Transformer
Model
for Determination
of Partial
Discharge
in Transformer
Winding,”
accepted
forpilot
publication
in IEEE
Li, J., Mclellan
S. and Ogawa
S., “The
removal Location
of green fluorescent
labeled
Escherichia
Coli by
scale drinking
water
Transactions
on Dielectrics
Electrical
Insulation,Fort
2006.
biofilters,”
Invited
seminar, and
University
of Colorado,
Collins, Oct 10, 2005.
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“Digital Control of PM Synchronous Motors for Automotive Traction,” invited paper: International Journal of
Mali,
Electric and Hybrid Vehicles (IJEHV), 2006.
Publications
Abedini
A.On
Nasiri,
“Modeling
and Analysis
of Hybrid
FuelSupport
Cell Systems
for Vehicular
Applications,”
Vehicle
Amol D.and
Mali,
Quantified
Weighted
MAX-SAT,
Decision
Systems,
Vol. 40, No.
2, 2005, pp. IEEE
257-268.
Power and Propulsion Conference, September 2006, Windsor, England.
Amol D. Mali and Minh Tang, State-space planning with variants of A*, International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools,
Presentations
Vol. 15, No. 3, 2006, pp. 433-464.
YounHee
Lee and Adel Nasiri, “Active Anti-Roll Control System for Passenger Cars” accepted for presentation in the SAE
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------World
Congress
Munson,
Ethan& Exhibition, April 2007, Detroit, MI, USA.
YounHee
Lee and Adel Nasiri, “Real Time Active Noise Control of Engine Booming in Passenger Vehicles,” accepted for
Publications
presentation
in the
Congress
& Exhibition,
2007,
Detroit,
MI.and M. da G. C. Pimentel. “Web Services
C. H. O. Jardim,
R. SAE
de F.World
B. Neto,
R. P. Godoy,
H. M. B.April
Ribas,
E. V.
Munson
Enabling Ubiquitous Computing Applications: Lessons Learned by Integrating Ubiquitous e-Learning Applications,”
Abedini
andJournal
A. Nasiri,
“An
Improved
Adaptive
Filter forDecember
Voltage and
Current Reference Extraction,” presented in the
International
of Web
Services
Practices,
1(2), 142–152,
2005.
International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference (IPEMC 2006), Shanghai, China, August 2006.
E. V. Munson and T. N. Nguyen, “Concordance, Conformance, Versions, and Traceability,” in Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE/
ACM International Workshop on Traceability in Emerging Forms of Software Engineering (TEFSE 2005), a workshop associated with
the 20th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE 2005), November, 2005, Long
Beach, California, USA, ACM Press, 2005.
T. N. Nguyen, C. Thao and E. V. Munson, “On Product Versioning for Hypertexts,” in Proceedings of the 12th ACM International Workshop on Software Configuration Management (SCM-12), a workshop associated with the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on
the Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE 2005), September 5–9, 2005, Lisbon, Portugal, ACM Press, 2005.
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Fall 2006
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Nasiri, Adel
Publications
Nasiri, Z. Nie, S. Bekiarov, A. Emadi, “An On-Line UPS System with Power Factor Correction and Electric Isolation Using
BIFRED Converter,” to be published in IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2006.
Nasiri, “Digital Control of Three-Phase Series-Parallel Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems,” Accepted for publication in
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2006.
Nasiri, “Full Digital Current Control of PM Synchronous Motors for Vehicular Applications”, Accepted for publication in
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2006.
M. Radmehr, S. Farhanghi, A. Nasiri, “Effects of Power Quality Distortions on Electrical Drives and Transformer Life in
Paper Industries: Simulations and Real Time Measurements,” to be published in IEEE Industry Application Magazine, 2006.
Mohammad S. Naderi, M. Vakilian, T. R. Blackburn, B. T. Phung, Mehdi S. Naderi, and A. Nasiri, “A Hybrid Transformer
Model for Determination of Partial Discharge Location in Transformer Winding,” accepted for publication in IEEE
Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 2006.
Nasiri, “Digital Control of PM Synchronous Motors for Automotive Traction,” invited paper: International Journal of
Electric and Hybrid Vehicles (IJEHV), 2006.
Presentations
YounHee Lee and Adel Nasiri, “Active Anti-Roll Control System for Passenger Cars” accepted for presentation in the SAE
World Congress & Exhibition, April 2007, Detroit, MI, USA.
YounHee Lee and Adel Nasiri, “Real Time Active Noise Control of Engine Booming in Passenger Vehicles,” accepted for
presentation in the SAE World Congress & Exhibition, April 2007, Detroit, MI.
Abedini and A. Nasiri, “An Improved Adaptive Filter for Voltage and Current Reference Extraction,” presented in the
International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference (IPEMC 2006), Shanghai, China, August 2006.
M. Radmehr, S. Farhanghi, A. Nasiri, “Effects of Power Quality Distortions on Electrical Drives and Transformer Life in
Paper Industries: Simulations and Real Time Measurements,” presented in the 54th IEEE Paper and Pulp Industry
Conference, Appleton, Wisconsin, 2006.
Z. Vrankovic and A. Nasiri, “A Novel Battery Charger for Automotive Applications,” IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion
Conference, September 2006, Windsor, England.
Abedini and A. Nasiri, “Modeling and Analysis of Hybrid Fuel Cell Systems for Vehicular Applications,” IEEE Vehicle
Power and Propulsion Conference, September 2006, Windsor, England.
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Publications
“Model Predictive Control of Supply Air Temperature and Outside Air Intake Rate of a VAV Air-Handling Unit,” Yuan,
Shui and Perez, Ronald, ASHRAE Transactions 2006, Vol. 112, Part 1; pp. 145-16.
“Multiple-zone ventilation and temperature control of a single-duct VAV system using model predictive strategy” Yuan, Shui
and Perez, Ronald, Journal of Energy and Buildings, Vol. 38, pp. 1248-1261 2006.
Presentations
“Model Predictive Control of a VAV Air-Handling Unit with Demand-Controlled Ventilation and Economizer,” Yuan, Shui
and Perez, Ronald TECH-00064-2005.R2. Presented at the 2006 ASHRAE Winter Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, January,
2006.
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& Research Newsletter
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Rahman, Adeeb
Publications
Rahman, M. Mahamid, and A. Akef Amro, and A. Ghorbanpoor, FASCE. (2005) “Analyses of the Shear-Tab Steel
Connections, Part I: Unstiffened Connections.” Engineering Journal. American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) (Fall
2006).
M. Mahamid, A. A. Rahman, and A. Ghorbanpoor, FASCE. (2005) “Analyses of the Shear-Tab Steel Connections, Part II:
Stiffened Connections.” Engineering Journal. American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) (Fall 2006).
Adeeb A. Rahman, Thomas J. Urbanik, and Mustafa Mahamid. (2005) “FE Analysis of Creep and Hygroexpansion Response
of Corrugated Fiberboard to a Moisture Flow: A Transient Nonlinear Analysis.” Journal of Wood and Fiber Science. Vol. 38.
No. 2, April 2006.
Rami R. Hawileh, Habib Tabatabai, Adeeb Rahman, and Akef Amro. (2005) “Simplified Design Procedures for Precast
Prestressed Concrete Hybrid Frames.” PCI Journal (Fall 2006).
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Publication/Presentation
John Reisel and Kevin Renken: “Development of Experimental Apparatuses to be Used in Two Sequential Thermal Science
Courses.” Paper presented at the 2006 ASEE Annual Conference, Chicago IL.
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Publications
Rohatgi, P. K., Thakkar R.B., Kim J.K., Daud A., “Scatter and statistical analysis of tensile properties of cast SiC reinforced
A359 alloys”, Materials Science and Engineering, A 398 (2005) 1-14.
P.K. Rohatgi, N. Gupta, and S. Alaraj, “Compressive Characteristics of A356/Fly Ash Cenosphere Composites synthesized
by Pressure Infiltration Technique”, accepted for publication Composites Part A 37, 2006.
Rohatgi, P. K., N. Gupta and Simon Alaraj, “Thermal Expansion of Aluminum/Fly Ash Cenosphere Synthesized by
Pressure Infiltration Technique,” accepted for publication, Journal of Composite Materials, 2005.
Lee, K.E., Amano, R.S., Rohatgi, P.K., Lee E. "Metal Matrix Composite Solidification in the Presence of Cooled Fibers:
Numerical Simulation and Experimental Observation" accepted for publication in Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer Oct.
2005.
H.G.Seong, H.F. Lopez, and P.K. Rohatgi, “Microsegregation During Solidification of Graphitec Fiber Reinforced
Aluminum Under External Heat Sinks”, Accepted for publication in Metallurgical and Materials Transactions, 2005 (Manuscript
no E-TP-06-206-A).
P.K. Rohatgi, R. Asthana and N. Gupta, “Solidification Processing of Metal-Matrix Nanocomposites”, Abstract accepted for
publication in IMR, 2005.
P.K. Rohatgi, S. Alaraj, R. Thakkar, and A. Doud, “Fatigue properties of permanent mold cast SiC reinforced A355 Si alloy
under strain controlled conditions”, Submitted to Journal of Composites Science & Technology, 2005.
V.K. Tiwari, P.K. Rohatgi, and N. Gupta, “Squeeze Infiltration processing of Ni coated Carbon Fiber Reinforced Al-2014
composite” submitted to Journal of Materials Science, 2005.
Satyanarayana. K.G., Pillai. R.M., Pai. B.C, Rohatgi. P.K., Kim, J.K., Kestursatya, M., “Developments in Science and
Technology of Cast Aluminum Matrix Composites – to submitted to International Materials Review, 2006.
Volume 5, Issue 3
Fall 2006
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21
Daoud, Atef, Rohatgi P.K., “Stir Cast Magnesium Fly Ash Composites” to be submitted to Materials Science and
Engineering, 2006.
Atef Daoud, S. Badwe, Nikhil Gupta, P.K. Rohatgi, “Structure and Properties of Al-50vol% SiC Composites,” to be
submitted to Materials Science and Engineering, 2006.
Rohatgi, P.K.,Tewari, V and Gupta N., “Corrosion and Electrochemical Behavior of Metal Matrix Composites”, to be
submitted to Journal of Materials Science, 2006.
Rohatgi, P.K., Agarwal, B. and Kim, J.K., “Ultrasonic Behavior and Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Silicon Carbide
Composites, to be submitted to Materials Science and Engineering, 2006.
Rohatgi, P.K., Agarwal, B., Kim, J.K. and Abu-Zahra, “Ultrasonic Measurements of Aluminum Fly Ash Composites,” to be
submitted to Materials Science and Engineering, 2006.
Rohatgi, P.K., Matsunuga, T., Kim, J.K. and Gupta N., “Compressive Properties and Ultrasonic Behavior of Polyester
Resin – Fly Ash Composites", to be submitted to Materials Science and Engineering A, 2006.
Rohatgi, P.K., Kestursatya, M. and Kim, J.K., “Structure and Tribological Properties of Aluminum – Tin – Graphite
Composites” to be submitted to Wear in 2006.
S. Alaraj and P. Rohatgi, “Moving from Rapid Prototyping to Rapid Casting”, to be submitted to The International Journal of
Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2006.
Schultz, B., Ferguson, J.B., Rohatgi, P.K. “Domestic Competitiveness: Investigating U.S. Casting Costs," MODERN
CASTING, October 2005, Vol. 95, No. 10, pp. 18-23.
Schultz, B, Ferguson, J.B., Rohatgi, P.K. “Foreign Competitiveness: Identifying Our Challenges,” Accepted for Publication in
Modern Casting December 2005.
V.K. Tiwari, P.K. Rohatgi, and N. Gupta, “Thermal Management of Reinforcement for Microstructures and Interfaces in
Cast Metal Matrix Composites”, to be submitted to Composites Part B: Engineering, 2006.
R.S. Amano, P.K. Rohatgi, Dejan Ristic, Pradeep Mohandas, Zhenyu Xu, Ashwani K. Gupta, “A Study of Turbulent Flow
Phenomena in Laser Engineered Net Shaping Rapid Manufacturing Using Computational Fluid Dynamics Technology.”
Proceedings of IMECE: 2006 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Nov. 5-10, Chicago,
IL.
Hwan-Goo Seong, Hugo Lopez, Pradeep Rohatgi, "Microsegregation During Solidification of Graphitic Fiber Reinforced
Aluminum Alloys Under External Heat Sinks." Technical Publication Submitted 2-01-2006 accepted for publication in
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A.
A. Daoud, M.T. Abou-Elkhair , P. Rohatgi, "Wear and Friction Behavior of Near Eutectic AlSi -ZrO2 or WC Particle
Composites", Composite Science and Technology, vol. 64, pp. 1029-1040, 2004.
P.K. Rohatgi, R.B. Thakkar, J.K. Kim and A. Daoud, Scatter and Statistical Analysis of Tensile Properties of Cast SiC
Reinforced A359 Alloys, Materials Science and Engineering A, vol. 398, Issues 1-2, Pages 1-14, April 2005 Rated No. 7 of
the 25 hottest articles published in Material Science and Engineering A.
A. Daoud , M.T. Abou-Elkhair , M. Abdel-Aziz and P. Rohatgi, Fabrication and Microstructure of Magnesium AlloyMicroballoon Fly Ash Composites'', Advancing with composites-2005 Conference, Naples, Italy, October 11-14, 2005.
P. K. Rohatgi, J.K. Kim, N. Gupta, Simon Alaraj and A. Daoud, Compressive Characteristics of A356/fly ash Cenosphere
Composites Synthesized by Pressure Infiltration Technique, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, vol. 37,
pp. 430-437, 2006.
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& Research Newsletter
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Presentations
Rohatgi, P. K., Alaraj, S. and Gupta N., “Pressure infiltration synthesis of lightweight syntactic aluminum matrix
composites.”, In proceedings of American Society for Composites 20th Annual Technical Conference, October 9-11, 2005,
Drexel University, PA. Paper # 95.
Amano, R.S. and Rohatgi, P.K., “Synthesis of Metal Matrix-Nanoparticle Composites by Stir Mixing,” DMII, NSF Grantee’s
Conference, January 2005, Phoenix, Arizona.
Rohatgi, P.K., M.A. Belger, and N. Gupta, “Aluminum Composite Castings Incorporating Used and Virgin Foundry Sand as
Particle Reinforcements.” TMS Annual Meeting 2006, March 12-16.Solidification processing of Metal Matrix Composites, Rohatgi
honorary Symposium. p.195.
Rohatgi, P.K., Atef Daoud, Nikhil Gupta, Rajiv Asthana, “Opportunities and Challenges in Cast Metal Matrix Composites:
Aluminum Composite Castings Incorporating Used and Virgin Foundry Sand as Particle Reinforcements.” To be submitted
to TMS Annual Meeting 2005, March 12-16.
Deo Nath, N. Prasad, P.K. Rohatgi, “Wear of Lead Free Cast Copper Alloy-Graphite Particle Composite. Submitted to
TMS Annual Meeting 2006, March 12-16. Solidification processing of Metal Matrix Composites, Rohatgi honorary Symposium. p.283.
P.K. Rohatgi, Michael A. Belger, Nikhil Gupta, “Aluminum Composite Castings Incorporating Used and Virgin Foundry
Sand as Particle Reinforcements.” To be submitted to TMS Annual Meeting 2006, March 12-16. Solidification processing of Metal
Matrix Composites, Rohatgi honorary Symposium. p.283.
P.K. Rohatgi, Satyanarayana Gundappa Kestur, Marimutha Raman Pillai, Chandrasekhara Bellembettu Pai, Jeongkyon Kim,
Mahesh Kestursatya, “ Developments in Science & Technology of Cast Aluminum Matrix Composites – An over view.”
Submitted to TMS Annual Meeting 2006, March 12-16. Solidification processing of Metal Matrix Composites, Rohatgi honorary
Symposium. p.51.
P.K. Rohatgi, Satyanarayana Gundappa Kestur, Marimuthu Raman Pillai, Chandrasekhara Bellembettu Pai, “Synthesis of Stir
Cast Aluminum Alloy Matrix Composites – Indian Contributions.” Submitted to TMS Annual Meeting 2006, March 12-16.
Solidification processing of Metal Matrix Composites, Rohatgi honorary Symposium. p.15.
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Publications
T. Kameda, M. Yamashita and I. Suzuki, “On-line polygon search by a seven-state boundary 1-searcher,” IEEE Transactions
on Robotics, Vol. 22, No. 3, June 2006, pp. 446-460.
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Publications
“A Correspondence Principle for Fractal and Classical Cracks,” co-authored with A. Yavari, Engineering Fracture Mechanics,
72 (2005), 2744 - 2757.
“Instabilities in Early Stages of Ductile Fracture,” co-authored with A. Rouzbehani, Physical Mesomechanics, Vol. 8 (2005),
pp. 81 - 92.
Presentations
“Time-Dependent Fracture. Theory and Experiment.” Joint Serbian-Bulgarian Conference on Welding and Fracture, Golden
Sands, Bulgaria, September 2005.
“Catastrophe of the Shuttle Columbia 7. Why did it happen?,” Cracow Institute of Technology, Cracow, Poland, November
2005.
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“Lambert W-function and its Applications in Orbital Mechanics,” seminar lecture in October of 2005, Department of
Mathematics, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland.
“Mechanisms of Stable and Time-Dependent Crack Extension,” plenary lecture given at the Academy of Bydgoszcz,
Bydgoszcz, Poland, November 2005.
“Fracture in Visco-elastic Media,” lecture given at the Rzeszow Polytechnic Institute, Rzeszow, Poland,
January 2006.
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Publications
(with I. F. Blake and V. K. Murty), A note on window $\tau$-NAF algorithm, Information Processing Letters, 95(2005), no.
5, 496--502.
(with I. F. Blake and V. K. Murty), Refinements of Miller’s algorithm for computing the Weil/Tate pairing, Journal of
Algorithms}, 58(2006), 134-149.
(with V. K. Murty), Non-linear secret sharing and prime numbers, Discrete Mathematics and its Applications, editor: M.
Sethumadhavan, Narosa, 2006, 1-11.
Presentations
“Elliptic Curve Cryptography and Some Efficient Implementations.” Talk given at the Cryptography and Computer Security
Seminar, Department of Computer Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
“Selected Topics in Elliptic Curve Cryptography.” Center for Advanced Study, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
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Publications
L. Ying, “Phase unwrapping”, Wiley Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering, 6-Volume Set, Ed. Metin Akay, Wiley, Apr.
2006.
L. Ying, Z.-P. Liang, D. C. Munson, Jr., R. Koetter, and B. Frey, “Unwrapping MR phase images by a Markov random field
model”, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 128-136, Jan. 2006.
J. Sheng and L. Ying, “A fast image reconstruction algorithm based on penalized-likelihood estimate,” Medical Engineering
and Physics, vol. 27, No. 8, pp. 679-686, Oct. 2005.
Presentations
L. Ying, J. Sheng, and B. Liu, “Joint Image Reconstruction and Sensitivity Estimation in SENSE (JSENSE),” International
Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Scientific Meeting, May 2006.
D. Xu, L. Ying, and Z-P. Liang, “A Spatiotemporal Model-Based Method for Dynamic Imaging Using Phased Array Coils,”
International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Scientific Meeting, May 2006.
L. Ying, J. Sheng, and B. Liu, “Joint Estimation of Image and Coil Sensitivities in Parallel MR,” IEEE international
Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, pp. 17-20, Apr. 2006.
D. Xu, L. Ying, and Z.-P. Liang, “A model-based k-t space method for dynamic MRI with phased array coils,” IEEE
international Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, pp. 722-725, Apr. 2006.
L. Ying and E. Abdelsalam, “Parallel MRI reconstruction: a filter-bank approach,” Proceedings of IEEE Engineering in
Medicine and Biology Conference, pp. 1534-1537, Sep. 2005.
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L. Ying, J. Haldar, and Z.-P. Liang, “An efficient non-iterative reconstruction algorithm for parallel MRI with arbitrary
k-space trajectory,” Proceedings of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, pp. 1475-1478, Sept. 2005.
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Publications
Zhao, J. and S. Sritharan. 2006. “Modeling of Strain Penetration Effects in Fiber-Based Analysis of Reinforced Concrete
Structures.” Zhao, J., C. French, C. Shield, and T. Posbergh. 2006
“Testing a Nonlinear Structure using a Shake Table and the EFT Method.” ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering.
Volume 132, Issue 9, pp. 1473-1481.
Zhao, J. and S. Sritharan. 2006. “Nonlinear Analysis of RC Structure Including Strain Penetration Effects.” The 8th National Conference on Earthquake Engineering, San Francisco, CA.
Presentations
“Nonlinear Analysis of RC Structure Including Strain Penetration Effects.” The 8th National Conference on Earthquake
Engineering, San Francisco, CA.
“Modeling Stain Penetration in OpenSees.” OpenSees Developer Symposium 2005, Berkeley, CA.
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