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The following grants were received by the Research Foundation in July:

(Those with UConn listed as a source represent a distribution of a larger federal award to the University.)

Chemical Engineering James Bell $23,000 Dacco Sci. Inc.
Use of Spontaneous Polymerized Coatings to Provide Environmentally Friendly Corrosion Protection
Chemical Engineering Douglas Cooper $9,540 Mixed Sources
UConn Process Control Consortium Membership Agreement Industrial Affiliates in Automatic Process Control/Emerging Technologies
Chemical Engineering Douglas Cooper $4,500 Pittsburgh Plate Class Industries
UConn Process Control Consortium Membership Agreement Industrial Affiliates in Automatic Process Control/Emerging Technologies
Chemical Engineering Douglas Cooper $4,500 Cytec Industries Inc.
UConn Process Control Consortium Membership Agreement: Industrial Affiliates in Automatic Process Control/Emerging Technologies
Chemistry Kenneth Gonsalves $47,981 U.S. Dept. of Defense-Army
Synthesis and Characterization of Polymers Based on Phenolic and Aromatic Amine Compounds with Special Functional Groups
Chemistry Steven Suib $40,000 Japan Fine Ceramics Center
Plasma Catalysis
Chemistry Steven Suib $50,000 Miyasaka Rubber Co.
Plasma Catalysis
Civil & Environmental Engineering Erling Murtha-Smith $79,201 NSF-Division of Civil and Mechanical Systems
Design Against Progressive Collapse
Electrical & Systems Engineering Peter Willett $85,000 U.S. Dept. of Defense-Navy-Naval Undersea Warfare Center
Application of the EM Algorithm to Target Tracking, Transient Detection, Matched-Field Processing, and Data Fusion
Geology Anthony Philpotts $116,998 NSF-Division of Earth Sciences
Plagioclase Crystal Networks in Partly Crystallized Basalt: Their Formation and Role in Magmatic Differentiation
Institute of Materials Science Steven Boggs $22,800 Electric Power Research Institute
HRRM Cable Study, Phase I
Institute of Materials Science Thomas Seery $57,000 Rogers Corp.
Surface Initiated Polymerization from Inorganic Sulfides and Oxides
Mathematics Charles Vinsonhaler $25,263 Society of Actuaries
Study of Multivariate Analysis of Pension Plan Mortality Data
Mechanical Engineering Metallurgy Eric Jordan Maurice Gell $86,197 Univ. of Pittsburg (Howard Heinz Endowment)
Chemical and Mechanical Instabilities at Thermal Barrier Coating, Interfaces
Mechanical Engineering Kevin Murphy $15,000 U.S. Dept. of Defense-Air Force
The Effect of Thermal Gradients on the Random Response of Plates
Metallurgy Mechanical Engineering Maurice Gell Eric Jordan $528,647 U.S. Dept. of Defense-Office of Naval Research
Advanced Coating Technology Development for Enhanced Durability and Reduced Cost in Naval Application
Physics Physics Joseph Budnick Douglas Pease $26,000 Advanced Fuel Research
X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy for Trace Analysis of Chemical Phase and Composition (DOE-SBIR)
Physics Phillip Gould $93,000 U.S. Dept. of Energy
Experiments in Ultra-Cold Collisions
Physics Juha Javanainen $60,000 NSF-Division of Physics
Coherence and Optical Properties of a Bose-Einstein Condensate
Statistics Charles Hall $95,871 UConn Health Center
Public-Private Alliance for Prevention
Total Physical Sciences this listing $1,470,498
Center for Academic Programs Susana Ulloa-Beal $237,933 U.S. Dept. of Ed.-Post-Secondary Education
Upward Bound Program
Cooperative Ext. System Plant Science
Co-Principal Investigator
Thomas Boucher, Lorraine Los, Richard Ashley $60,000 Conn. Dept. of Environmental Protection
Quinnipiac River Watershed Reduced Pesticide Loading/Integrated Crop Management Demonstration Project (Year 2)
Institute of Water Resources Eileen Jokinen $1,305 Nature Conservancy
An Investigation of Vernal Pools in Two Regions of Connecticut
Student Affairs Mona Lucas $1,081,270 U.S. Dept. of Ed.-Post-Secondary Education-Pell Grant
Pell-FY 1999 Financial Aid
Total Other this listing $1,380,508