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Abbey, C.K., Psychological & Brain Sciences, $102,287, National Science Foundation, “NSF/FDA SIR: Modeling Observer Performance in CT Dose Reduction Assessments.”

Appelbaum, R.P. (Sociology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $12,239, UC MEXUS, “Nanotechnology in the Mexican Industrial Policy. A Comparative Methodological Framework.”

Archuleta, R.J. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $30,000, University of Southern California, “SCEC4 Participation, Project F: Broadband Modeling of Earthquake Ground Motions.”

Balents, L., Physics, $315,000, Department of Energy, “Theory of fluctuating and critical quantum matter.”

Bianchini, J. (Education), Foltz, K.R. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $796,872, National Science Foundation, “STEM Teachers for English Language Learners: Excellence and Retention (STELLER).”

Bookhagen, B., Chadwick, O.A., Geography, $406,059, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Bedrock Nitrogen and the Earth System: From Geo-Biological Mechanisms to Climate Change Forecast.”

Bowers, J.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $100,000, Tyco Electronics Corporation, “Integrated High Sensitivity Hybrid Silicon Magnetometer.”

Byl, K., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $40,000, General Dynamics Corporation, “Principles of Locomotion Mechanics.”

Carlson, J.M., Physics, $230,000, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Statistical Physics of Fault Behavior Dynamic Friction, Strain Localization, Comminution, Heat Transfer and Compaction.”

Chabinyc, M. (Materials), Hawker, C.J. (Materials), Materials Research Laboratory, $904,042, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: DMREF Controlling Hierarchical Nanostructures in Conjugated Polymers.”

Chong, F., Computer Science, $240,000, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: PIF: Scalable Quantum Computers in the Presence of Physical Noise: A Study of Surface Codes with Realistic Errors at the Algorithmic Level.”

Coldren, L.A., Rodwell, M.J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $420,000, National Science Foundation, “GOALI: Integrated Synthesized Optical Sources.”

Cosden, M. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $35,000, Santa Barbara County, “Evaluation of Substance Abuse Treatment Court (SATC).”

Davis, F.W. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), National Center for Ecological Analysis And Synthesis, $135,000, Wildlife Conservation Society (New York Zoological Society), “Science and Nature for People - WCS.”

Davis, F.W. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), national center for ecological analysis and synthesis, $77,992, NASA Washington, D.C. HQ, “Prospects and Priorities for Satellite Monitoring of Global Terrestrial Biodiversity: A Proposal for an Interdisciplinary Synthesis Working Group.”

Fouque, J., Statistics & Applied Probability, $383,000, National Science Foundation, “Systemic Risk and Nonlinear Problems in Financial Mathematics.”

Fredrickson, G.H. (Chemical Engineering), Materials Research Laboratory, $210,000, Samsung, “Development of fast phase-field models for large-scale block polymer directed self assembly.”

Gamble, L. (Anthropology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $19,995, Wenner-Gren Foundation For Anthropological Research, “Shell Mounds, Landscape, and Social Memory Among Hunter/Gatherers: El Monton, Santa Cruz Island, California.”

Gamble, L. (Anthropology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $60,329, State of California, “CHRIS Modernization and Sustainability Plan.”

Hacker, B. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $173,765, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Did the Pamir gneiss domes and salient form by northward underthrusting of India or southward subduction and rollback of Asia?.”

Husak, G.J., Geography, $164,861, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Providing Rainfall Data in Support of Market and Trade Analysis.”

Incandela, J.R., Physics, $62,382, Universities Research Association (Operates Fermilab), “US CMS High Granularity Calorimeter Project UCSB.”

Jackson, M., Cottle, J.M. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $524,244, National Science Foundation, “MRI: Acquisition of a Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometer (TIMS) for high-precision research of the Earth’s mantle, crust and oceans.”

Knapp, R.A., Marine Science Institute, $17,592, National Park Foundation, “Facilitating Recovery of the Endangered Sierra Nevada Yellow-legged Frog (Rana sierrae) in Yosemite National Park Through Identification of Critical Habitats and Movement Corridors.”

Kuczenski, B., El Abbadi, A. (Computer Science), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $398,512, National Science Foundation, “CyberSEES: Type 1: Preserving the Privacy of Life Cycle Inventory Data in Distributed Provenance Networks.”

Lambert, A., Marine Science Institute, $34,909, UC Agriculture And Natural Resources, “Invasive weeds as alternate hosts for the newly introduced cole crop pest Bagrada hilaris.”

Leonardi, P.M., Technology Management Program, $86,737, Northwestern University, “UCSB Subcontract: INSPIRE: Primary School Organizations as Open Systems: Strategic External Relationship Development to Promote Student Engagement in STEM Topics.”

Levi, C.G., Materials, $45,000, Physical Sciences Inc., “Robust Matrices for 2700°F Ceramic Matrix Composites.”

Liebling, M., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $37,500, Toyon Research Corporation, “Measuring Whole Body Fluorescence and Movement in Freely Swimming Zebrafish.”

Manjunath, B., Kvilekval, K.G., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $887,957, National Science Foundation, “ABI Development: BISQUE - Scalable Image Informatics for Quantitative Biology.”

Marter-Kenyon, J.S. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Lopez-Carr, D., Geography, $12,000, Society of Woman Geographers, “Investigating Climate Change, Agricultural Productivity and Out-Migration in Rwanda.”

Mayer, R., Psychological & Brain Sciences, $124,155, UC Riverside, “Using Data-mining to Enable Early Interventions in Introductory Engineering Courses.”

Mazin, B., Physics, $347,992, National Science Foundation, “Understanding Pulsar Emission with ARCON.”

Mcfarland, E.W., Metiu, H.I. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Chemical Engineering, $580,000, Department of Energy, “Investigations of the Reactivity of Doped Metal Oxide Catalysts.”

Meiburg, E.H., Mechanical Engineering, $206,006, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Double-diffusive sedimentation.”

Myers, M., Marine Science Institute, $28,000, California Coastal Commission, “Community Research Education for Students and Teachers about the Ormond Beach Restoration (Community RESTOR) Project.”

Nelson, N.B., Siegel, D.A. (Geography), Earth Research Institute, $759,949, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Bermuda Bio-Optics Project: Continuation of Time-series and Retrospective Data Analysis.”

Nishimoto, M.M., Marine Science Institute, $600,000, USDI, “Potential Impacts of Submarine Power Cables on Crab Harvest.”

Porter, S.M., Earth Research Institute, $421,588, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Toward a global timeline of biological and ocean geochemical change during the early Cambrian.”

Portnykh, M., Libecap, G. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Earth Research Institute, $197,451, Donors Trust, “Essays on Adaptation to Climate Change.”

Reich, N.O., Brown, F.L., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $550,000, National Science Foundation-NSF, “Mechanistic investigation of protein translocation on DNA.”

Robertson, E.B. (history of art & architecture), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $136,479, Terra Foundation for American Art, “China Art Academy faculty exchange and symposium on Modernism in China and the United States.”

Speck, J.S., Materials, $450,000, Air Force, “Material Properties of Beta-Gallium Oxide.”

Squires, T., Chemical Engineering, $318,784, National Science Foundation, “Probing and directing colloidal migration by sculpting chemical micro-environments.”

Turk, M.A., Harlow, D. (Education), Computer Science, $40,791, National Science Foundation, “US-Finland Planning Visit: Transformed Social Interaction and Telecollaboration for Collaborative Learning.”

Turk, M.A., Hollerer, T.H., Computer Science, $477,428, National Science Foundation, “RI: Small: Crowd-Sourcing the World: Scalable Methods for Dynamic Structure from Motion.”

Van De Walle, C.G., Speck, J.S., Materials, $983,803, National Science Foundation, “DMREF: Design and fabrication of wide-band-gap nitride-based alloys.”

Van der Ven, A., Levi, C.G., materials, $1,200,000, National Science Foundation, “DMREF: Integrated computational framework for designing dynamically controlled alloy-oxide heterostructures.”

Voss, L.B., Orfalea Family Children’s Center, $63,753, California Department of Education, “2014-2015 California Department of Education, General Child Care.”

Voss, L.B., Orfalea Family Children’s Center, $30,413, California Department Of Education, “2014-2015 California Department of Education, CCTR Award.”

Voss, L.B., orfalea Family Children’s Center, $103,012, California Department Of Education, “2014-2015 California Department of Education, CCTR Award.”

Walsh, C. (Anthropology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $13,558, UC MEXUS, “Groundwater Use and Management in the Context of Globalized Agriculture and Climate Change.”

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