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May 2015 Contract and Grant Awards

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Allen, J. (Physics), Hauser, A., California Nanosystems Institute, $50,000, Army, “Dielectric Sensing of Toxic and Explosive Chemicals via Impedance Spectroscopy and Plasmonic Resonance.”

Bazan, G.C. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Center for Polymers & Organic Solids, $24,000, Army Research Laboratory, “Technical Meeting of Biological Electron Transport.”

Billeci Hajda, C., Arts & Lectures, $25,000, National Endowment for the Arts, “UCSB Arts & Lectures: Innovative Works.”

Brown, F.L., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $600,000, National Science Foundation, “Theoretical methods in chemistry and biophysics.”

Buckwalter, J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $288,306, National Science Foundation, “CAREER: Reconfigurable Traveling Wave Silicon Integrated Circuits for Millimeter-Wave Testing.”

Bullo, F., Mechanical Engineering, $450,000, Office Of Scientific Research, “Stochastic Surveillance and Distributed Coordination.”

Carvalho, L., Cannon, F.G., Geography, $30,000, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Western Himalaya Climate Variability: the Recent Trends in Large-scale Circulation and Local Precipitation Impacts.”

Chandrasekaran, S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $40,000, Toyon Research Corporation, “System for Mobile Cloud High Density Robus Analytics (MC-HiDRA).”

Goulias, K.G., Geography, $115,250, UC Transportation Center (Berkeley), “UCTC (State): Business Establishment Survival and Transportation System Level of Service.”

Goulias, K.G., Geography, $84,094, UC Transportation Center (Berkeley), “UCTC (State): Spatial Transferability Using Synthetic Population Generation Methods.”

Goulias, K.G., Geography, $128,050, UC Berkeley, “UCConnect (State): Combining California Household Travel Survey data with harvested social media information to form a self-validating statewide origin-destination travel prediction method.”

Halpin, P.M., Marine Science Institute, $30,389, National Science Foundation, “RUI Collaboratvie Research: Spatial Realism in the Mussel Bed Disturbance Paradigm.”

Heeger, A.J. (Physics), California Nanosystems Institute, $156,832, Biosolar, “Bio-Inspired Redox-Active-Polyelectrolytes (RPE).”

Jackson, M., Earth Research Institute, $15,143, American Samoa Power Authority, “A preliminary geochemical characterization of lavas from a 600 meter drill core in Tutuila, American Samoa.”

Lamon, S.E. (Anthropology), Palerm, J. (Anthropology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $12,000, UC MEXUS, “From the Far South to the North: The New International Migration of Indigenous Mexicans to the United States.”

Leonardi, P.M., Technology Management Program, $136,284, National Science Foundation, “HCC: Large: Collaborative Research: Information Technology, Remote Socialization, and the Development of Occupational Identity.”

Leonardi, P.M., Technology Management Program, $276,624, National Science Foundation, “CAREER: The Role of Advanced Simulation Technologies in Innovation Processes.”

Leonardi, P.M., Technology Management Program, $202,387, National Science Foundation, “VOSS: Team Emerging from the Crowd: Virtual Team Structure as a Predictor of Idea Goodness in Online Innovation Communities.”

McCray, P.P. (History), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $88,099, Smithsonian, “Building Collaborative Machines: Artists, Engineers, and Scientists during the Apollo Era.”

Melnick, R.D. (Film Studies), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $50,400, National Endowment for the Humanities, “Screening the World: Hollywood’s Global Exhibition Empires.”

Michaelsen, J.C. (Geography), Stratton, E.C., Earth Research Institute, $1,000,000, California Resource Agency, “North Campus Open Space.”

Mishra, U.K., Speck, J.S. (Materials), Electrical & Computer Engineering, $1,625,000, North Carolina State University, “Clean Energy Semiconductor Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII).”

Montell, C. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), California Nanosystems Institute, $1,217,846, NIH General Medical Sciences, National Institute Of, “UC Santa Barbara MARC Program: Bridges to Biomedical Research Careers.”

Oakley, T.H. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $370,000, National Science Foundation, “DEB: RUI: Collaborative Research: Evolutionary origins of bioluminescence and complex mating signals: Phylogenomics of Cypridinidae (Ostracoda).”

Oh, S.P., Physics, $73,540, UC Los Angeles, “University of California Cosmic Dawn Initiative.”

Passow, U., Marine Science Institute, $710,151, University Of Georgia, “ECOGIG-2: Ecosystem Impacts of Oil and Gas inputs to the Gulf.”

Passow, U., Marine Science Institute, $483,825, Texas A&M University, “Role of microbial exopolymers in aggregation and degradation of oil and dispersants.”

Schmidt, K.B., Physics, $17,697, Association of University for Research in Astronomy (Aka Space Teles Sci Inst), “Classifying and Following a Strongly Lensed Likely Supernova with Multiple Images.”

Steidl, J., Earth Research Institute, $532,628, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, “Observations and Analysis of Geotechnical Array Data.”

Stuart, D.D., Monreal, B., Physics, $300,000, Department of Energy, “UCSB High Energy Physics Group Detector R&D.”

Young, H.S. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Lafferty, K., Marine Science Institute, $508,751, National Science Foundation, “Using replicated empirical networks to understand drivers of ecosystem structure and stability.”

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