College Announces First-Quarter Top Grantees
This quarter's top grant recipients and their awards are:
Bing Chen, computer and electronics engineering - "Silicon Prairie Initiative on Robotics in IT (Phase II)," National Science Foundation.
Yuris Dzenis, Joseph Turner and Ruquiang Feng, engineering mechanics - "NIRT: Nanomanufacturing and Analysis of Active Hierarchical Nanofilamentary Nanostructures," National Science Foundation.
Shane Farritor, mechanical engineering; Carl Nelson, mechanical engineering; Hamid Sharif-Kashani, computer and electronics engineering; and Joseph Turner, engineering mechanics - "Track Stability Assessment and Data Transmission," U.S. Department of Transporation.
Laurence Rilett, civil engineering - "Region 7 University Transportation Center," U.S. Department of Transportation.
William Velander and Kevin Van Cott, chemical and biomolecular engineering - "cGMP Recombinant FIX and Oral Hemphilia B Therapy," Department of Health and Human Services National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.
Brent Wilson, mechanical engineering, and Joseph Turner, engineering mechanics - "Development of Improved Product Performance Through Optimization and Modeling of Engineering Materials, Processing, and Function," Brenco/Amsted Industries.
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