External funding for April 2013

Created on: May 23, 2013

During April 2013, the College of Technology received external funding that totaled $654,795.85 .

Faculty who received funding (all are principal investigators unless otherwise noted) were:

  • Bedrich Benes, Computer Graphics Technology, 12-13 OVPR Bridge Funding for "HCC:  CGV:  Collaborative Research:  Haptic Rendering & Visual Simulation to Improve Understanding of Complex Physical Processes", Purdue University, $61,048
  • Bedrich 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, Arizona State University, $47,564
  • Nathalie Duval-Couetil, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Aligning Entrepreneurship Education with ABET Accredidation Criteria, National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance, $10,000
  • Nathalie Duval-Couetil, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Entrepreneurship Education & Its Impact on Engineering Student Outcomes: The Role of Program Characteristics and Faculty Beliefs, National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance, $69,030
  • Nathan Hartman, Computer Graphics Technology, Phase IX Rolls Royce/Purdue PLM Collaboration Proposal, Rolls-Royce, Inc., $100,000
  • Nathan Hartman, Computer Graphics Technology, Product Lifecycle Management Center of Excellence (PLM), General Motors Foundation, $50,000
  • Athula Kulatunga and Mike Jacob (Co-PI), Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, Sinkable Power Source, Purdue University, $23,904
  • Eric Matson, Computer and Information Technology, Joint Curriculum Development on Systems, Engineering and Project Management (SE/PM) for Plant Systems, Pohang University of Science and Technology, $280,000
  • Marcus Rogers, Computer and Information Technology, Forensic Seminars, Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $500
  • Pankaj Sharma (Co-PI), Technology Leadership & Innovation, Solar Energy Research Institute for India and the United States (SERIIUS), National Renewable Energy Laboratory, $12,750
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