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Alonzo, M.G., Roberts, D.A., Geography, $34,000, Environmental Protection Agency, “Fusion of Imaging Spectroscopy and Lidar for Spatially Explicit Urban Forest Ecosystem Assessment.”

Banerjee, K., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $111,125, Rice University, “Science and Emerging Technology of 2D Atomic Layered Materials and Devices.”

Bazan, G.C. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Nguyen, T.T. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Center for Polymers & Organic Solids, $2,250,000, Georgia Institute Of Technology, “Center for Advanced Organic Photovoltaics.”

Blumenthal, D.J., Bowers, J.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $1,300,000, DAdvanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), “Realization of Low SWAP+C Environmentally Robust Integrated Waveguide Optical Gyros (iWOGs) and PNT Systems.”

Bowers, J.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $70,000, Morton Photonics, “Ultra-Coherent Semiconductor Laser Technology.”

Bowers, J.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $120,983, Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC, “Development of Two-Junction Solar Cells for High-Temperature Operation.”

Brzezinski, M.A., Marine Science Institute, $500,866, National Science Foundation, “GEOTRACES Arctic Section: Diagnosing the unique silicon isotope composition of the Arctic Ocean.”

Campas-Rigau, O., Mechanical Engineering, $1,672,133, National Institutes of Health, “Bridging the Gap Between Molecular and Mechanical Control of Cell Morphogenesis.”

Chandrasekaran, S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $50,000, National Science Foundation, “AF EAGER: Minimum Sobolev Norm techniques for systems of elliptic PDEs.”

Charness, G.B. (Economics), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $50,000, University Of Chicago, “Philanthropy and Identity.”

Chmelka, B.F., Han, S. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Chemical Engineering, $1,171,588, National Science Foundation, “MRI: Acquisition of an Integrated Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP)“Solid-State NMR Instrument with Unprecedented Sensitivity for Studies of Functional Materials.”

Dai, X., Mathematics, $35,000, Simons Foundation, “Index Theory, Bergman kernel, and Conical Singularity.”

Doyle, F.J. (Chemical Engineering), Grafton, S.T. (Psychological & Brain Sciences), Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, $30,731, Army Research Office (AROD), “Task 40: Nature Inspired Directed Design of Organic/Inorganic Interfaces for Highly Ordered Composites with Tailored Material Properties.”

Doyle, F.J. (Chemical Engineering), Grafton, S.T. (Psychological & Brain Sciences), Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, $261,148, Army Research Office (AROD), “Task Order 29:  Emotions and Facial Expressions of Virtual Agents.”

Ford, P.C., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $153,000, National Science Foundation, “Photochemical Delivery and Metal Mediated Reactions of Bioactive Small Molecules.”

Gaines, S. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Lenihan, H.S., Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, $15,000, Nature Conservancy, “Evaluating the Past, Present, and Future Tradeoffs of Differing Management Strategies in the Commercial Swordfish Fishery in California.”

Garcia-Cervera, C.J., Mathematics, $64,993, BCAM “Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, “Spin-polarized transport: Modeling, Analysis, and Simulations.”

Gottfried, M.A. (Education), Gevirtz Research Institute, $250,350, National Science Foundation, “Understanding the Role of Contextual Effects in STEM Pursuit and Persistence: A Synthesis Approach.”

Gottfried, M.A. (Education), Gevirtz Research Institute, $151,300, National Science Foundation, “Career and Technical Education as a Foundation to Support Postsecondary Transitions in STEM for Students with Disabilities.”

Halpern, B.S., National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, $175,000, Conservation International Foundation, “Developing an Ocean Health Index - NCEAS FY 15.”

Hawker, C.J. (Materials), California Nanosystems Institute, $105,176, Allergan Inc. (Pharmaceuticals & Opthalmic Instruments), “Non-Covalent Coacervate Hydrogels.”

Hespanha, J.P., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $50,000, Toyon Research Corporation, “Precise Positioning with Local Signal Carrier Phase Measurements and Global Positioning System (GPS) Fusion.”

Holden, P.A. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Earth Research Institute, $24,991, City of Santa Barbara, “Verification Monitoring in Santa Barbara.”

Jayich, A. (Physics), California Nanosystems Institute, $600,000, National Science Foundation, “CAREER: mechanical control of single spins for sensing and quantum information processing.”

Kennard, L.T., Wei, G., Mathematics, $81,264, National Science Foundation, “Obstructions to positive curvature and symmetry.”

Martinis, J.M. (Physics), California Nanosystems Institute, $3,180,064, Google Inc., “Quantum Information Processing with Xmon Qubits.”

McCauley, D. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $74,640, National Science Foundation, “US-Tanzania planning visit: investigating patterns of self-organization in large vertebrates using very high-resolution satellite imagery.”

Montell, D.J., Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, $3,837,500, National Institutes for Health, “Anastasis, a new mechanism driving cell survival and evolution.”

Murray-Clay, R., Physics, $250,300, National Science Foundation, “A Framework for Thermal Atmospheric Escape from Extrasolar Planets.”

Rademaker, L., Balents, L., Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, $133,557, Netherlands Organization For Applied Scientific Research(TNO)(Netherlands), “What’s the matter with frustration? Highly fluctuating phases in frustrated complex oxides.”

Rassweiler, A.J., Marine Science Institute, $40,000, USDI National Park Service, “Analysis and publication of long-term Channel Islands National Park kelp forest monitoring data.”

Reich, N.O., Feldwinn, D., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $2,000, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, “SciTrek for the 7th grade: engaging students in the practices of science.”

Richman, J.D., Campagnari, C.F., Physics, $6,278,000, Department of Energy, “UCSB High Energy Physics Group Proposal for DE-FOA-0000948.”

Rossin-Slater, M. (Economics), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $77,050, L&M Policy Research, LLC, “Special Analyses on the Effects of Paid Leave Policies.”

Schildhauer, M., Jones, M., National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, $481,214, National Science Foundation, “EarthCube Building Blocks: Collaborative Proposal: GeoLink - Leveraging Semantics and Linked Data for Data Sharing and Discovery in the Geosciences.”

Scott, S.L. (Chemical Engineering), Chemistry & Biochemistry, $139,869, University Of Washington, “Center for Enabling New Technologies through Catalysis (CENTC).”

Seshadri, R. (Materials), Chabinyc, M. (Materials), Materials Research Laboratory, $1,377,316, Department of Energy, “Hybrid Halide Perovskites: Novel Materials with Contraindicated Properties.”

Sherwood, T.P., Computer Science, $150,000, DN Naval Postgraduate School, “TC: Large: 3Dsec: Trustworthy System Security through 3-D Integrated Hardware.”

Smith, S.T. (Anthropology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $194,185, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Impact And Accommodation Through Cultural Contact.”

Soh, H.T. (Mechanical Engineering), Hawker, C.J. (Materials), California Nanosystems Institute, $3,989,992, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), “Encode-Sort-Decode (ESD): Integrated System for Discovery of Non-Natural Affinity Reagents.”

Teel, A.R., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $1,000, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), “26th Southern California Control Workshop.”

Voss, L.B., Orfalea Family Children’s Center, $27,353, California Department of Education, “2014-2015 California Department of Education CSPP.”

Voss, L.B., Orfalea Family Children’s Center, $13,049, California Department of Education, “2014-2015 California Department of Education CSPP-4519.”

Voss, L.B., Orfalea Family Children’s Center, $114,422, California Department of Education, “2014-2015 California Department of Education CSPP-4519.”

Zheng, H., Zhao, Y., Computer Science, $459,875, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: EARS: Crowd-based Spectrum Monitoring and Enforcement.”

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