Grants

College of STEM 2010-2011
RESEARCH AND GRANTS SPONSORED PROGRAMS

Biological Sciences
$41,305 Total Grants

Dr. Diana Fagan, awarded $1,005 from STROX Biopharmaceuticals, L.L.C. for “Sponsored Service Agreement with STROX Biopharmaceuticals.”
Dr. Ziangjia Min
, awarded $40,300 from the Ohio Plant Biotechnology Consortium for “Development of Plant Secretome Knowledge Base.”


Chemistry
$2,322,016 Total Grants

Dr. Clovis Linkous, awarded $1,000,000 from the U.S. Department of Energy for “Advanced Automotive Fuels Research, Development, and Commercialization Cluster (OH).”
Dr. Clovis Linkous, awarded $49,574 from the U.S. Department of Energy through National Energy Technology Laboratory for “Co-catalyst Development for Photocatalytic Fixation of Carbon Dioxide.”
Dr. Sherri Lovelace-Cameron, awarded $49,772 from the U.S. Department of Energy through National Energy Technology Laboratory for “Fundamental Studies of Fe-Based Catalyst Materials.”
Dr. Sherri Lovelace-Cameron, awarded $8,000 from the American Chemical Society for “American Chemical Society Project SEED.”
Dr. Howard Metee, awarded $10,670 from the U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation for “Chemical Composition and Colorific Value of Fuel from Wood Pyrolysates.”
Dr. Timothy Wagner, awarded $1,200,000 from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory for “Advanced Nanocomposite Materials for Lightweight Integrated Armor Systems.”
Dr. Timothy Wagner, awarded $4,000 from the National Science Foundation through The Ohio State University for “The Ohio REEL Project.”


Civil/Environmental and Chemical Engineering
$75,837 Total Grants

Dr. Doug Price, awarded $9,800 from Heritage WTI for “Sample Prep and Testing for Heritage WTI.”
Dr. Doug Price, awarded $35,957 from the U.S. Department of Energy through National Energy Technology Laboratory for “Scale-up of Trickle-bed Absorber to Capture Carbon Dioxide Utilizing Algae.”
Dr. Hans Tritico, awarded $30,080 from the National Science Foundation for “Understanding the Role of Turbulent Eddy Composition in Stream Ecosystem Services.”


Computer Science & Information Systems
$2,800 Total Grant

Dr. Alina Lazar, awarded $2,800 from the Ohio Department of Education for “We Are IT!”


Electrical & Computer Engineering
$8,333 Total Grant

Dr. Jalal Jalali, awarded $8,333 from the U.S. Department of Energy through the University of Minnesota for “Revitalizing Power Engineering by State-of-the-Art Laboratories.”


Geological & Environmental Studies
$17,900 Total Grants

Dr. Raymond Beiersdorfer, awarded $15,000 from the Consortium for Ocean Leadership for “Penguin Bowl – 2011.”
Dr. Alan Jacobs, awarded $2,900 from the Consortium of Eastern Ohio, master of Public Health for “Environmental Health Science Textbook Preparation.”


Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
$1,787,589 Total Grants

Dr. Hazel Marie, awarded $75,898 from the National Science Foundation through The Ohio State University for “Manufacturing Modeling Simulation and Data Analysis (MSAD) Small Business Case Study.”
Dr. Hazel Marie, awarded $7,000 from the Ohio Space Consortium for “OSG Scholar Program.”
Dr. Hazel Marie, awarded $38,025 from Parker Hannifin Corporation for “Passive-adaptive Contacting Finger Seal Assembly for P2-Dry Compressor Design.”
Dr. Darrell Wallace, awarded $1,666,666 from the Ohio Department of Development through Cleveland State University for “3D Sensor Networks for Advanced Surface and Volumetric Materials Characterization and Precision.”


Physics & Astronomy
$40,000 Total Grant

Dr. James Andrews, awarded $40,000 from the National Science Foundation through Case Western Reserve University for “YSU Affiliation with NSF-STC Center for Layered Polymeric Systems- Third Modification.”


Dean’s Office
$1,291,361 Total Grants

Dr. Martin Abraham, awarded $49,845 from the National Science Foundation through CATACEL for “Structured Bed for CO2 Capture.”
Dr. Martin Abraham, awarded $250,000 from the Ohio Department of Development for “YSU as Ohio Hub of Innovation.”
Dr. Martin Abraham, awarded $18,306 from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers for “Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy Office.”
Dr. Martin Abraham, awarded $973,210 from the U.S. Department of Energy for “Warren Energy Incubator.”