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November 8, 2004


The following grants were received through the Office for Sponsored Programs in August. The list represents only new proposals awarded, and excludes continuations. The list of grants is supplied to the Advance by the Office for Sponsored Programs and is printed in one or more issues, depending on space available. Other grants received in August were published in the Nov. 1 issue.
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Center for Survey Research & Analysis Barnes, C. Connecticut Dept. of Public Health 7/04-10/04
Dept. of Public Health – Lyme Disease
Chemistry Papadimitrakopoulos, F. National Science Foundation/Northeastern University 4/04-3/05
Bio-Nano-Robotic Systems Using Viral Protein Motors
Chemistry Suib, S. Syntroleum Corp. 7/04-12/04
XPS of Catalyst Supports
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Cardon, Z. Environmental Protection Agency 8/04-8/07
Does Hydraulic Redistribution Increase Microbial Activity in the Rhizosphere
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Mehrhoff, L. U.S. Dept. of Interior/U.S. Geological Survey 7/04-10/05
Early Detection Pilot for New England
Economics Carstensen, F. Universal Healthcare Foundation of Connecticut Inc. 7/04-11/04
Comparative Assessment of Health Care Proposals
Geography Cromley, R. Connecticut Dept. of Environmental Protection 8/04-1/05
Georeferencing of Year 2000 False Color Infrared (FCIR) Coastal Aerial Photos
Marine Sciences/Marine Science & Technology Center Fitzgerald, W. National Science Foundation 9/04-8/07
Biogeochemical Cycling and Fate of Mercury and Methylmercury in the Arctic Alaskan Lakes
Marine Sciences/Marine Science & Technology Center Ward, E. National Science Foundation 9/04-8/07
EID: Collaborative Research: Linking Marine Pathogens to Molluscan Shellfish: The Ecological Role of Marine Aggregates
Philosophy Kupperman, J. National Endowment for the Humanities 8/04-7/05
Values in Ethics
Physics Cote, R. National Science Foundation 9/04-8/07
Ultracold Collisions to Probe Fundamental Physics
Physics Jones, R. National Science Foundation 8/04-7/06
Research Program in Intermediate Energy Physics
Psychology Barnes-Farrell, J. U.S. Dept. of Transportation/Research and Special Programs 7/04-1/06
Psychometric Support for Alternative Safety Measures Study
Psychology Frisman, L. Connecticut Dept. of Mental Health & Addiction Services 5/04-1/05
Understanding the Effect of Substance Abuse Treatment on Wages
Psychology Magnuson, J. National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Deafness 9/04-8/07
The Auditory Lexicon: Similarity, Learning and Processing
Sociology Broadhead, R. National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Drug Abuse 9/04-8/09
Global Expansion of Peer-Driven Interventions
School of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Fenton, J. Toyota Technical Center USA Inc. 7/04-12/04
Evaluation of UConn’s High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly (HTMEA) by Toyota of Japan
Chemical Engineering Helble, J. Mobotec USA Inc. 7/04-10/04
Report on Mercury in Combustion Systems
Chemical Engineering Zhu, L. American Chemical Society/Petroleum Research Fund 9/04-8/06
Tailoring Centrisymmetric and Noncentrosymmetric Morphologies Using Poly(L-lactide)/Poly(D-lactide) Stereocomplex
Civil & Environmental Engineering Aultman-Hall, L. U.S. Dept. of Transportation/Massachusetts Institute of Technology 9/03-5/05
Modeling Modal Transient Events for Vehicle Emission Models
Civil & Environmental Engineering DeWolf, J. Connecticut Dept. of Transportation 7/04-6/05
Bridge Monitoring Network in Connecticut
Civil & Environmental Engineering Garrick, N. U.S. Dept. of Transportation/MassachusettsInstitute of Technology 9/03-8/05
Parking Demand Management for Sustainable Development: Learning from InnovativeNew England Communities
Civil & Environmental Engineering Or, D. National Science Foundation 9/04-8/07
Diffusional Constraints Affecting Microbial Distribution and Activity in Unsaturated Porous Media
Computer Science & Engineering Ammar, R. National Science Foundation/U.S.-Egypt Joint Science & Technology Board 9/04-8/06
U.S.-Egypt Cooperative Research: Efficient Scheduling Strategies for Real-time Applications inCluster Environments with Possible Processor’s Failures
Computer Science & Engineering Gokhale, S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration/University of Hartford 3/04-11/04
Performability Analysis of Software Architecture Styles
Computer Science & Engineering Kiayias, A. U.S. Dept. of Commerce/National Institute of Standards and 7/04-1/05
Credential Management
Computer Science & Engineering Santos, E. Dept. of Defense 8/04-8/07
On Effectively Handling Large Volumes of Geospatial Intelligence Information: A Formal Distributed Real-Time Processing Approach
Connecticut Transportation Institute Shea, D. U.S. Dept. of Transportation/Connecticut Dept.of Transportation 1/04-12/04
Transportation Technology Transfer Center at the University of Connecticut
Electrical & Computer Engineering Anwar, A. Dept. of Defense 7/04-8/05
IPA Sabbatical Leave
Electrical & Computer Engineering Enderle, J. Lifespan 8/04-8/06
Clinical Engineering Internship Program at the Lifespan
Materials Science Wei, M. International Team for Implantology Foundation/UConn Health Center 7/04-6/06
Bioactive Implant Guided Supracrestal Bone Formation
Mechanical Engineering Sammes, N. Dept. of Energy/FuelCell Energy Inc. 6/04-9/04
Feasibility Study of Electrospray Deposition of Electrolytes/Electrocodes for Lower Cost SOFC
Mechanical Engineering Sammes, N. Aerogel Composite LLC 7/04-4/05
Evaluation and Performance Metrics of Aerogel Composite Material



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