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January Contract and Grant Awards

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Brown, C.J. (French & Italian), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $35,000, Albert & Elaine Borchard Foundation, “Manuscript to Print, Print to Digital Editions in Performance and Performance in Editions in Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe (1450-1625).”
Brzezinski, M.A. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $485,970, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Proposal: A field and laboratory examination of the diatom N and Si isotope proxies: Implications for assessing the Southern Ocean
biological pump.”
Buckwalter, J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $357,000, Nokia Research Center, “Scalable, Bidirectional Phased-Array Circuits Implemented in a BiCMOS Integrated Circuit Process.”
Chmelka, B.F., Chemical Engineering, $150,000, Halliburton, “Monitoring and Understanding Cement Hydration at a Molecular Level: Compositions, Structures, and Conditions for Controlling Cement Properties.”
Dahlquist, F.W., Hayes, C.S. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Chemistry & Biochemistry, $385,659, National Institutes of Health, “Specificity Determinants of Contact Dependent Inhibition.”
Davis, F.W. (Geography), National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, $2,415,000, Gordon And Betty Moore Foundation, “Salmon
Connect.”
Dunne, T., Bray, E.N., Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, $32,000, Union of Concerned Scientists, “Predicting basin-scale groundwater dynamics under different climate conditions.”
Garcia, M. (Chicana and Chicano Studies), Chicano Studies Institute, $1,500, UC Mexus, “The Sal Castro Memorial Bi-Annual Conference on
the Emerging Historiography of the Chicano Movement.”
Klamkin, J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $80,000, Johns Hopkins University, “Microwave Photonic Integrated Circuits for Broadband Beamforming.”
Lortie, C.J., Davis, F.W. (Geography), National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, $62,907, Nature Conservancy, “Plants, lizards, and shrubs as key responders to global change in Santa Barbara County: micro-environmental change and biotic interaction buffers.”
Maul, A.E. (Education), Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, $21,808, University of Colorado System, “Assessing deliberative spaces for engagement across difference: Two new civics measurement instruments.”
Mayer, R., Stull, A.T., Psychological & Brain Sciences, $49,997, Spencer Foundation, “The Learning Glass: A New Platform for Promoting STEM
Engagement and Learning.”
Mezic, I., Mechanical Engineering, $86,085, Office of Naval Research (ONR), “Koopman Mode Decomposition and Mixing in Fluid Flows.”
Pollock, T., Materials, $65,190, Societe Nationale d Detudes et de Construction de Moteurs d Aviation (SNECMA), “Influence of non-metallic inclusions on the fatigue service life of Inconel 718DA at intermediate temperatures.”
Pruitt, J. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $321,582, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: The effects of keystone individuals on collective behavior.”
Quirk, M. (Department Of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Edyburn, K.L. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, $1,084, UC Mexus, “Assessing Language instruction Practices in Linguistically Diverse Early Childhood Classrooms.”
Reed, D.C., Schroeter, S.C., Marine Science Institute, $5,362,124, Simpson and Simpson Business And Personnel Services, Inc., “San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Mitigation Project Monitoring Program, 2016-2017.”
Reed, D.C., Page, H.M., Marine Science Institute, $199,500, National Science Foundation, “RAPID: Tracing the origin and fate of particulate
organic matter in nearshore marine sediments.”
Rodwell, M.J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $600,000, DOD Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), “12nm InP-based CMOS for Extreme-Speed Logic.”
Royer, H. (Economics), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $39,704, University of Pennsylvania, “The Penn Roybal Center on Behavioral Economics and Health.”
Seshadri, R. (Materials), Materials Research Laboratory, $103,250, Fluency Lighting, Inc., “Optical Modeling and Materials Performance in Laser-Stimulated Phosphors for Next-Generation Solid-State Lighting.”
Stemmer, S., Materials, $540,000, Department of Energy, “Probing Correlated Phenomena in Oxide Structures with Quantitative STEM.”
Vernon, T.W. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Koegel, R. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology),
Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, $30,000, Organization for Autism Research, Inc., “Social Tools and Rules for Transitions (START): A young adult social intervention package.”
Wang, Z., Mathematics, $60,001, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Mathematical Foundations of Topological
Quantum Computation.”
Wilson, S.D., Materials, $2,068, Sigma XI, The Scientific Research Society, “Construction of a Micro-Calorimeter for the Study of Meteorite Heat Capacities.”
Zok, F.W., Materials, $45,000, IHI Corporation,  “Environmental Effects in Low Cycle Fatigue of Ceramic Composites.”

Brown, C.J. (French & Italian), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $35,000, Albert & Elaine Borchard Foundation, “Manuscript to Print, Print to Digital Editions in Performance and Performance in Editions in Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe (1450-1625).”

Brzezinski, M.A. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $485,970, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Proposal: A field and laboratory examination of the diatom N and Si isotope proxies: Implications for assessing the Southern Ocean biological pump.”

Buckwalter, J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $357,000, Nokia Research Center, “Scalable, Bidirectional Phased-Array Circuits Implemented in a BiCMOS Integrated Circuit Process.”

Chmelka, B.F., Chemical Engineering, $150,000, Halliburton, “Monitoring and Understanding Cement Hydration at a Molecular Level: Compositions, Structures, and Conditions for Controlling Cement Properties.”

Dahlquist, F.W., Hayes, C.S. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Chemistry & Biochemistry, $385,659, National Institutes of Health, “Specificity Determinants of Contact Dependent Inhibition.”

Davis, F.W. (Geography), National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, $2,415,000, Gordon And Betty Moore Foundation, “Salmon Connect.”

Dunne, T., Bray, E.N., Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, $32,000, Union of Concerned Scientists, “Predicting basin-scale groundwater dynamics under different climate conditions.”

Garcia, M. (Chicana and Chicano Studies), Chicano Studies Institute, $1,500, UC Mexus, “The Sal Castro Memorial Bi-Annual Conference on the Emerging Historiography of the Chicano Movement.”

Klamkin, J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $80,000, Johns Hopkins University, “Microwave Photonic Integrated Circuits for Broadband Beamforming.”

Lortie, C.J., Davis, F.W. (Geography), National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, $62,907, Nature Conservancy, “Plants, lizards, and shrubs as key responders to global change in Santa Barbara County: micro-environmental change and biotic interaction buffers.”

Maul, A.E. (Education), Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, $21,808, University of Colorado System, “Assessing deliberative spaces for engagement across difference: Two new civics measurement instruments.”

Mayer, R., Stull, A.T., Psychological & Brain Sciences, $49,997, Spencer Foundation, “The Learning Glass: A New Platform for Promoting STEM Engagement and Learning.”

Mezic, I., Mechanical Engineering, $86,085, Office of Naval Research (ONR), “Koopman Mode Decomposition and Mixing in Fluid Flows.”

Pollock, T., Materials, $65,190, Societe Nationale d Detudes et de Construction de Moteurs d Aviation (SNECMA), “Influence of non-metallic inclusions on the fatigue service life of Inconel 718DA at intermediate temperatures.”

Pruitt, J. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $321,582, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: The effects of keystone individuals on collective behavior.”

Quirk, M. (Department Of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Edyburn, K.L. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, $1,084, UC Mexus, “Assessing Language instruction Practices in Linguistically Diverse Early Childhood Classrooms.”

Reed, D.C., Schroeter, S.C., Marine Science Institute, $5,362,124, Simpson and Simpson Business And Personnel Services, Inc., “San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Mitigation Project Monitoring Program, 2016-2017.”

Reed, D.C., Page, H.M., Marine Science Institute, $199,500, National Science Foundation, “RAPID: Tracing the origin and fate of particulate organic matter in nearshore marine sediments.”

Rodwell, M.J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $600,000, DOD Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), “12nm InP-based CMOS for Extreme-Speed Logic.”

Royer, H. (Economics), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $39,704, University of Pennsylvania, “The Penn Roybal Center on Behavioral Economics and Health.”

Seshadri, R. (Materials), Materials Research Laboratory, $103,250, Fluency Lighting, Inc., “Optical Modeling and Materials Performance in Laser-Stimulated Phosphors for Next-Generation Solid-State Lighting.”

Stemmer, S., Materials, $540,000, Department of Energy, “Probing Correlated Phenomena in Oxide Structures with Quantitative STEM.”

Vernon, T.W. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Koegel, R. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology),

Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, $30,000, Organization for Autism Research, Inc., “Social Tools and Rules for Transitions (START): A young adult social intervention package.”

Wang, Z., Mathematics, $60,001, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Mathematical Foundations of Topological Quantum Computation.”

Wilson, S.D., Materials, $2,068, Sigma XI, The Scientific Research Society, “Construction of a Micro-Calorimeter for the Study of Meteorite Heat Capacities.”

Zok, F.W., Materials, $45,000, IHI Corporation,  “Environmental Effects in Low Cycle Fatigue of Ceramic Composites.”

 

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