External funding for January-February 2013

Created on: April 01, 2013

During January-February 2013, the College of Technology received external funding that totaled $668,249.

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

  • Melissa Dark, Computer and Information Technology, IPA between Purdue and NSA/ADET, Center for CNO, Cyber and Information Assurance, $79,822
  • Stephen Elliott, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Stanley Black and Decker Data Mining, Stanley Security Solutions Inc., $2,957
  • Jose Garcia, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Continuously Variable Hydraulic Transmission for a Small Wind Power Drive Train Simulator, National Fluid Power Association, $5,000
  • Jose Garcia, Technology Leadership & Innovation, Phase I Option: Application of Switching Valves to Improve Reliability of Fueldraulic Systems, Dynsan LLC, $21,114
  • Thomas Hacker, Computer and Information Technology, U.S. CMS Operations at LHC, Princeton University, $19,865
  • Qingyou Han, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Microstructure Characterization of Casting, Hans Tech, $9,999
  • Qingyou Han, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Ultrasonic Vibration Assisted ECAP for the Fabrication of Bulk Nanostructured Metals and Alloys, Purdue University, $99,766
  • Nathan Hartman, Computer Graphics Technology, Product Lifecycle Management Center of Excellence, General Motors Foundation, $15,000
  • Daniel Leon-Salas, Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, CAREER:Toward Hybrid Energy-Harvesting Image Sensors, National Science Foundation, $263,726
  • Eric Matson (PI), Jeffrey Brewer (Co-PI), Brandeis Marshall (Co-PI), NIPA Junior Capstone Program, National IT Industry Promo Agency, $100,000
  • Vahid Motevalli, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Center for Technology Development Consortium, Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $50,000
  • Marcus Rogers, Computer and Information Technology, Forensic Seminars, Multi-Sponsored Industrials, $1,000

The amounts listed are disbursements in a specific month and may not reflect the entire amount of a project’s funding.

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