CoT external funding for March-June 2012

Created on: August 13, 2012

During the time period March-June 2012, the College of Technology received external funding that totaled $3,643,675.27.

For the entire 2011-12 fiscal year, external funding totaled $9,345,075.

Faculty who received funding between March and June (all are principal investigators unless otherwise noted) were:

Nicoletta Adamo-Villani (Co-PI), Computer Graphics Technology, VELS: an interactive Virtual Environment for Learning Surveying concepts and practices, National Science Foundation
Bedric Benes, Computer Graphics Technology, 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; Amendment 1, Arizona State University, $45,447
Gary Bertoline (Co-PI), CoT Administration, Sci: Teragrid Resource Partners, National Science Foundation, $353,630
Gary Bertoline, CoT Admnistration, 2012 GS Summer Research Grants, PRF Summer Research Grants, $8,829
Kari Clase, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Metabolic and Global Proteomic Analyses of human glioblastoma multiform, Indiana Clinical & Translational Science Institute, $9,800
Pat Connolly (Co-PI), Computer Graphics Technology, Engineering Technology Pathways: The Food and Foodstuff Supply Chain - Amend 2 for Grant, National Science Foundation, $13,351.10
Melissa Dark (Co-PI), Computer and Information Technology, An interactive Virtual Environment for Learning Surveying concepts and practices, $39,999
Hazar Dib, Computer Graphics Technology, An interactive Virtual Environment for Learning Surveying concepts and practices, National Science Foundation, $89,998
Eric Dietz, CoT Administration, Social Media Monitoring for Super Bowl XLV, Indiana Office of Technology, $2,375
Duane Dunlap (Co-PI), CoT Administration, Engineering Technology Pathways: The Food and Foodstuff Supply Chain - Amend 2 for Grant, National Science Foundation, $24,038.03
Nathalie Duval-Couetil (Co-PI), Technology Leadership & Innovation, Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship, American Councils for International Education, $22,861
Nathalie Duval-Couetil, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Development of a Joint Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Intercultural Competence Program for Students,  Eurasia Foundation, $750
Richard Fanjoy, Aviation Technology, Chappelle, $3,224
Richard Fanjoy, Aviation Technology, Chappelle, $16,169.68
Richard Fanjoy, Aviation Technology, Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $19,394
Tom Hacker (Co-PI), Computer and Information Technology, CMS Operations at LHC; Modification No. 1, Princeton University, $29,488.31
Tom Hacker, Computer and Information Technology, Participant Support for CyberBridges: Developing the next generation of cyberinfrastructure faculty for computational and data-enabled science and engineering, Pennsylvania State University, $53,096.00
Tom Hacker (Co-PI), Computer and Information Technology, NEES Operations:  FY 2010-FY2014 - Amend 14 for Grant, National Science Foundation, $2,162,023
Tom Hacker (Co-PI), Computer and Information Technology, U.S. CMS Operations at LHC, Princeton University, $61,262
Qingyou Han, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Ford Meter Box- Qingyou Han, "Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $325
Nathan Hartman, Computer Graphics Technology, Product Lifecycle Management Center of Excellence (PLM), General Motors Foundation, $15,000
Rick Homkes (Co-PI), Computer and Information Technology (Kokomo), Engineering Technology Pathways: The Food and Foodstuff Supply Chain - Amend 2 for Grant, National Science Foundation, $26,717.33
Athula Kulatunga, Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, Brushless Dc Motor Controller, Purdue Research Foundation: OVPR, $17,287
Chad Laux, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Engineering Technology Pathways: The Food and Foodstuff Supply Chain - Amend 2 for Grant, National Science Foundation, $60,549.20
Denver Lopp (Co-PI), Aviation Technology, Evaluating Methods for Counting Aircraft Operations at non-tower airports, Woolpert Llp, $16,262
Chien-Tsung Lu (Co-PI), Aviation Technology, Evaluating Methods for Counting Aircraft Operations at non-tower airports, Woolpert Llp, $24,393
Brandeis Marshall, Computer and Information Technology, Social Network Graph (SNG) Framework Optimizations, Purdue University, $8,000
Brandeis Marshall, Computer and Information Technology, Broadening Participation in Data Mining, National Science Foundation, $9,900
Eric Matson, Computer and Information Technology, Realization of Large-scale Robotic, Autonomous Self-oganizing Mobile Broadband Networks, Purdue Research Foundation: OVPR, $17,287
Jamie Mohler, CoT Administration, Ross Graduate Fellowship-Assistantship, $17,222
Jamie Mohler, CoT Administration, Purdue Univ F N Andrews Fellowship, $17,222
Vahid Motevalli, Mechanical Engingeering Technology, Center for Technology Development Consortium (CTD), Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $110,000
Kathryne Newton, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Coordination of University of Industrial Distribution Program, University Of Industrial Distribution, $10,000
Edie Schmidt, CoT Administration, Purdue Univ F N Andrews Fellowship, $126
Edie Schmidt, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Kimberly Clark Research Project, $9,870
Stewart Schreckengast, Aviation Technology, Evaluating Methods for Counting Aircraft Operations at non-tower airports, Woolpert Llp, $24,393
Pankaj Sharma (Co-PI), Technology Leadership & Innovation, Purdue Energy Camp: Educating Students and Teachers Using STEM Disciplines, Duke Energy Foundation, $6,666
John Springer, Computer and Information Technology, Virtual Tissue Bank project, Phase 1, IUPUI, $63,200
Mihaela Vorvoreanu (Co-PI), Computer Graphics Technology, Social Media Monitoring for Super Bowl XLV, Indiana Office of Technology, $2,305
David Whittinghill, Computer Graphics Technology, Development of a Kinect-based Physical Therapy Video Game for the Treatment of Pediatric Cerebral Palsy, Purdue University, $8,000
Clifford Wojtalewicz (Co-PI), Computer and Information Technology, Social Media Monitoring for Super Bowl XLV, Indiana Office of Technology, $2,305
Haiyan "Henry" Zhang, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Mathematical Modeling for Sealing Optimization in Full Marmon with and without Gasket and Half Marmon, Caterpillar Inc., $59,603
Haiyan "Henry" Zhang, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Optimized Assembly Procedure of Caterpillar C175 Exhaust Log Manifold Joints, Caterpillar Inc., $48,076
The amounts listed are disbursements in a specific month and may not reflect the entire amount of a project’s funding.