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June 2011 Contract and Grant Awards

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Antonucci, R.R., Physics, $27,405, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, "What Inflates the Torus? Probing the Physical Processes of Geometrically Thick Buried AGN with High-J CO Lines & The Herschel Legacy of Powerful 3C Radio Galaxies and Quasars at z<1G."

Antonucci, R.R., Physics, $3,500, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, "What Inflates the Torus? Probing the Physical Properties of Geometrically-Thick Buried AGN with High-J CO Lines."

Archuleta, R.J. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $24,000, University of Southern California (Kenneth Norris Jr. Cancer Center), "Rupture Dynamics on Multi-Segment Faults."

Archuleta, R.J. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $24,000, University of Southern California, "Stress Drop and Source Description for Earthquakes 4 M 5.5 in Southern California."

Archuleta, R.J. (Earth Science), Ji, C. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $24,000, University of Southern California, "A Comprehensive Kinematic Investigation of 2010 Mw 7.3 El Mayor Earthquake by Joint Inverting Teleseismic, Strong Motion, High Rate GPS and InSAR."

Archuleta, R.J. (Earth Science), Rood, D.H., Earth Research Institute, $20,053, University of Southern California, "Evolution of Precariously Balanced Rocks in the Mojave Desert: Constraints on San Andreas Fault Rupture and Hazard Models."

Archuleta, R.J. (Earth Science), Carlson, J.M. (Physics), Earth Research Institute, $21,000, University of Southern California, "Multi-Statistical Theories for Frictional Weakening and Variability in Earthquakes."

Archuleta, R.J. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $8,000, University of Southern California, "A Collaborative Project: Rupture Dynamics, Validation of the Numerical Simulation Method."

Bowers, M.T. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Institute for Terahertz Science & Technology, $570,000, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, "Litigated Metal Clusters: Structures, Energetics and Reactivity."

Byl, K., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $50,000, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, "Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Award."

Cheng, K., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $50,000, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan), "Test Cost Reduction and Yield Enhancement Techniques for 3D Die-Stacking SoCs."

Clegg, D.O. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Radeke, M., Neuroscience Research Institute, $100,000, Doheny Eye Institute, "Generation of a Molecular Toolkit for the Real-time Monitoring of Stem Cell-Derived RPE Gene Expression In Vivo."

Davis, F.W. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Earth Research Institute, $13,000, Conservation International Foundation, "Madagascar Crop Suitability Change Modeling."

Dickey, T.D., Geography, $99,901, Office of Naval Research (ONR), "Analyses of Physical and Optical Time Series Observations Collected during the Radiance in a Dynamic Ocean (RaDyO) Program."

Doherty, M.F., Chemical Engineering, $43,279, Calera Corporation, "Carbon Dioxide Capture by Carbonate Mineralization."

Doyle, F.J. (Chemical Engineering), Grafton, S.T. (Psychological & Brain Sciences), Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, $1,745,000, Army Research Development and Engineering Command, "Task Order 20: Biological Power Platform for Unattended Ground Sensors: Longer Missions, Lower Cost, and Reduced Logistics (Teledyne 6.2)."

Doyle, F.J. (Chemical Engineering), Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, $15,000, California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, "12th Annual System Wide Bioengineering Symposium."

Doyle, F.J. (Chemical Engineering), Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, $5,000, UC San Diego, "Meeting of TATRC "Grand Challenge" in Military Medicine Research."

Fouque, J., Statistics & Applied Probability, $279,970, National Science Foundation, "Financial Mathematics: Nonlinear Problems and Systemic Risk."

Gaines, S. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, $60,120, Nature Conservancy, "Advancing the Cooperative Agreement between TNC and Bren: Support for a Postdoctoral Researcher and Bren Summer Intern. *Task agreement as part of TNC MOU*."

Gamble, L. (Anthropology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $6,000, State of California, "Historic Preservation Fund Grant."

Goulias, K.G., Deutsch, K.E., Geography, $5,000, Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, "Eisenhower Fellowship for Kathleen Deutsch."

Hayes, C.S., Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, $144,750, UC Irvine, "Cytotoxic Domains of Bacterial Contact-Dependent Growth Inhibition (CDI) Systems."

Heeger, A.J. (Physics), Bazan, G.C. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Center for Polymers & Organic Solids, $660,000, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, "'Plastic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells: Device Physics, Materials Science and New Materials."

Holland, J. (Germanic, Slavic, & Semitic Studies), Kittler, W.D. (Germanic, Slavic, & Semitic Studies), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $1,000, Government of Germany, (Bundesrepublik Deutschland), "Keeping Time: Scientific Theory and Cultural Practice from  Galileo's Pendulum to the Atomic Clock."

Johnson, L.V., Neuroscience Research Institute, $50,000, UC Riverside, "Computational Design of Complement System Inhibitors Targeting Macular Disease and Experimental Testing in Human Retinal Pigmented Epithelial Cells."

Low, D.A., Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, $142,267, UC Irvine, "Burkholderia pseudomallei Autotransporter and TPS Proteins."

Major, B.N., Psychological & Brain Sciences, $269,267, National Science Foundation, "Collaborative Research: Diversity Structures Create Illusions of Fairness."

Manjunath, B., Singh, A.K. (Computer Science), Electrical & Computer Engineering, $430,596, University Of Arizona, "iPlant Collaboration."

Marek-Sadowska, M., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $350,000, National Science Foundation, "SHF: Small: Modeling and Preventing Electromigration-Caused Degradation in Cu Dual Damascene Scaled Interconnects."

Maritorena, S., Siegel, D.A. (Geography), Earth Research Institute, $48,615, NASA Shared Services Center, "Bio-Optical Algorithm Studies for ACE: Benefits of UV bands to Discriminate Between CDM and Phytoplankton Light Absorption in Oceanic Waters and Other Sensitivity Analyses."

Martin, C.L., Physics, $25,426, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, "Exploring the Dust Content of Galactic Winds with Herschel Program."

Martinez, C. (Campus Outreach Initiatives), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $30,000, Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara, "Academic/College Preparation for Pathways & Cal-Soap Students."

Monreal, B., Physics, $50,000, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, "Dark Matter and the Particle/Astrophysics Interface."

Njus, J. (English), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $84,334, American Council of Learned Societies, "ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program: Performing the Passion: A Study on the Nature of Medieval Acting."

Orias, E., Cervantes, M., Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, $86,667, Santa Barbara Foundation, "Rearrangements of Constant and Variable Regions for Mating Type Determination."

Pollock, T., Materials, $433,765, Office of Naval Research, "Coating-Substrate for Thermomechanical Durable Turbine Airfoils."

Read de Alaniz, J., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $550,000, National Science Foundation, "CAREER: New Advances in the Cascade Rearrangement of Furylcarbinols for Complex Molecular Synthesis."

Richman, J.D., Physics, $81,700, Fermi Research Alliance, "US CMS Software & Computing Subsystem."

Schildhauer, M.P., Marine Science Institute, $169,971, University Of Arizona, "iPlant/NCEAS Collaboration to Build the BIEN and Environment & Organisms Working Groups' Informatics Frameworks."

Selisker, S. (English), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $84,334, American Council of Learned Societies, "ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program: Encountering the Human Automaton: Ethics and Alterity in Twentieth-Century American Literature."

Seubert, D.C., Brylawski, S.S., Davidson Library, $600,000, Packard Humanities Institute, "American Discography Project."

Siegel, D.A. (Geography), Earth Research Institute, $50,000, NASA Shared Services Center, "Proposal for an ACE Ocean Productivity and Carbon Cycle (OPCC) Workshop."

Speck, J.S., Mishra, U.K. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Materials, $1,749,891, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, "Basic Radiation Studies in GaN Materials and Devices."

Stratton, E.C. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Earth Research Institute (CBER), $175,000, Cal Coastal Conservancy, "Campus Lagoon Accessway."

Tague, C. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Earth Research Institute, $88,251, Oregon State University, "Ecohydrology Component of Willamette Water 2100 Project."

Tague, C. (Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management), Earth Research Institute, $403,484, Washington State University (Pullman, Wa), "Collaborative Research: Type 2: Understanding Biogeochemical Cycling in the Context of Climate Variability Using a Regional Earth System Modeling Framework."

Townsend, S.J. (Spanish & Portuguese), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $84,334, American Council of Learned Societies, "ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program: The Unfinished Art of Theater: Avant Garde Intellectuals and Mass Publics in Mexico and Brazil."

Treu, T., Physics, $59,865, National Science Foundation, "Collaborative Research: Deciphering the Structure and Kinematics of Active Galactic Nuclei with Reverberation Mapping."

Wei, G., Mathematics, $209,000, National Science Foundation, "Aspects of Bakry-Emery Ricci Curvature."

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