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May Contract and Grant Awards

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Blaes, O.M., Physics, $278,578, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Variability and Spectra of Global Radiation MHD Simulations of AM CVn Accretion Disks.”

Bowers, J.E. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Dagli, N. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Institute for Energy Efficiency, $90,000, State University of New York (SUNY), “AIM - Task 8C: System-Level Reference Design and Modeling Methodologies.”

Bowers, J.E. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Schow, C.L. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Institute for Energy Efficiency, $393,000, State University of New York (SUNY), “AIM - Task 4C: High Capacity Photonic Interconnected Systems.”

Bowers, J.E. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Institute for Energy Efficiency, $1,031,968, State University of New York (SUNY), “AIM Photonics - GDP 02: Integrating Mid-Wave and Long-Wave Infrared Laser Sources into AIM Photonics.”

Bowers, J.E. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Klamkin, J. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Institute for Energy Efficiency, $774,566, State University of New York (SUNY), “AIM - Task 3C: Laser Integration into SUNY Platform with Heteroepitaxy.”

Bowers, J.E. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Buckwalter, J. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Institute for Energy Efficiency, $297,000, State University of New York (SUNY), “AIM - Task 5C: High Dynamic Range RF Photonic Systems Integrated on Silicon Interposer.”

Bowers, J.E. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Meinhart, C.D. (Mechanical Engineering), Institute for Energy Efficiency, $150,000, State University of New York (SUNY), “AIM - Task 7C: Packaged Chemical and Biological Photonic Integrated Circuit Sensors.”

Bowers, J.E. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Aguirre Paden, M.O. (California Nanosystems Institute), Institute for Energy Efficiency, $55,320, State University of New York (SUNY), “AIM - Academy 3C: Future Leaders in Integrated Photonics: Research and Professional Skills Training.”

Caselle, J.E., Marine Science Institute, $7,059, Nature Conservancy, “TASK 27:Kelp Workshop and Action Plan.”

Craig, N.J., Physics, $100,000, Research Corporation for Science Advancement, “New Approaches to the Hierarchy Problem and Undergraduate Education.”

Daly, S., Swaminathan, B., Mechanical Engineering, $70,705, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Material Degradation During the Stressed Oxidation of CMCs.”

Ding, Q. (geography), Earth Research Institute, $341,590, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Arctic sea ice variability: Remote drivers and local processes.”

Dowdy, E. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Moffa, K.T. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, $1,120, Society for the Study of School Psychology (SSSP), “Exploration of Alternative Approaches to Dual-Continua Mental Health Classification among High School Students.”

Eliason Parsons, E.J. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $145,730, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, “Using environmental DNA to Map the presence of aquatic species of interest in watersheds within and near the Copper, Ranch and Sayre fire scars.”

Fouque, J. (Statistics & Applied Probability), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $273,754, National Science Foundation, “Systemic Risk and Mean Field Games.”

Friedkin, N. (Sociology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $35,907, UC Los Angeles, “Political Conflict and Stability in Dynamic Networks.”

Fumerton, P. (English), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $50,000, Vanderbilt University (Tennessee), “The World of Print(s): Multiples and Meanings in Early Modern Europe and North America.”

Harutyunyan, D., mathematics, $154,276, National Science Foundation-NSF, “Rigidity and buckling of shells: Toward new nonlinear shell theories.”

Hawkes, E.W., Mechanical Engineering, $100,000, Stanford University, “Novel Variable Transmission Technology.”

Karzbrun, E., Shraiman, B.I., Physics, $160,980, Human Frontier Science Program Organization, “A biophysical study on the role of mechanical feedback in learning and the emergence of locomotion.”

Kolvin, I., Dogic, Z., Physics, $160,980, Human Frontier Science Program Organization, “A multiscale approach towards studying contractility in cryoskeleton networks.”

Lubin, P.M., Physics, $8,000, UC San Diego, “UCSB Workforce Development 2018 - Directed Energy for Space Applications: Training the next generation of space scientists.”

McCauley, D. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $25,000, Zegar Family Foundation, “Santa Barbara Ocean Friendly Restaurant Project.”

McClintock, W.J., Marine Science Institute, $90,829, Nature Conservancy, “Task 23: Developer support for Abalone and Lobster Ocean Ruler Tools.”

Patel, P., Long, D.D., Mathematics, $124,997, National Science Foundation, “The Covers, Symmetries, and Combinatorics of Manifolds.”

Petersen, A.M. (Statistics & Applied Probability), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $149,860, National Science Foundation, “Statistical Modelling of Multivariate Functional and Distributional Data.”

Pruitt, B., Mechanical Engineering, $570,736, National Science Foundation, “Mechanobiology of Epithelial Monolayers under Shear Loading.”

Roberts, D.A., Geography, $35,000, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, “Application of ECOSTRESS Land Surface Temperature to assess urban heat waves and their impacts in Los Angeles County.”

Seubert, D.C., Brylawski, S.S., Davidson Library, $314,993, National Endowment for the Humanities, “The American Discography Project-Edison Disc Recording Access Initiative.”

Sherwood, T.P. (Computer Science), Zhang, Z. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Institute for Energy Efficiency, $900,000, National Science Foundation, “SHF: Medium: Quantifying and Designing Around Architectural Risk.”

Strukov, D., Xie, Y., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $479,700, Semiconductor Research Corporation, “Energy-Efficient Analog Computing with Emerging Memory Devices.”

Teel, A.R., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $595,763, Air Force, “Hybrid Data-Driven Algorithms for Networked Multi-Agent Systems: Stability and Robustness.”

Walsh, C. (Anthropology), Lasala Blanco, N.N. (Political Science), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $104,974, Santa Barbara County Public Works, “Cuyama Needs Assessment Census.”

Wei, G., Mathematics, $172,138, National Science Foundation, “Comparison Geometry and Rigidity.”

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