Xiao-Chuan Cai (CS) received $400K from NSF for “AF: Small: Fully Implicit Methods for Partial Differential Equations and Software for Hybrid Architecture.”
Aaron Clauset (CS) is working with the AFOSR on an award of $1.06M from the Santa Fe Institute for “Statistical Interference for Detecting Structures and Anomalies in Networks.”
Alireza Doostan (AES) and Co-PI Gregory Beylkin (Applied Math) received $449K from NSF for work on “A Model Reduction Approach to Stochastic PDEs: Forward Uncertainty Propagation and Stochastic Homogenization.”
Eric Frew (AES) and Co-PI Brian Argrow (AES) were awarded $1.5 million from the AFOSR as part of a larger project on “Energy-Aware Aerial Systems for Persistent Sampling and Surveillance.”
Albin Gasiewski (ECE) and Co-PI Dirk Grunwald (CS) were awarded $500K from NSF for “Manifold-Based System for Passive-Active Spectrum Sharing.”
Matthew Hallowell (CEAE) received a $400K CAREER award from NSF for “CAREER: Predictive Modeling of Construction Injuries in Complex Environments - An Integrated Research, Teaching and Outreach Plan."
Christine Hrenya (ChBE) and Co-PIs Daniel Schwartz (ChBE) and Alan Weimer (ChBE) were awarded $1.47 million from an international chemical company for “Cohesive Particle Fluidization.”
Dale Lawrence (AES) received $576K from Quest Product Development Corporation for work on “Microflex Technology for Early Detection of Lung Disease.”
Abbie Liel (CEAE) received a $400K CAREER award from NSF for “CAREER: A Multi-scale Methodology for Assessing the Reductions in Seismic Risk Possible through Building Retrofit Design and Policy, from Buildings to Communities.”
Shivakant Mishra (CS) and Co-PIs Qin Lv (CS) and Richard Han (CS) received a $700K award from NSF for “CSR: Medium: Highly Scalable and Accurate System Support for Detecting Misbehaving Users and Mitigating Criminal Activities in Realtime Online Video-Based Services.”
Milos Popovic (ECE) was awarded a Packard Fellowship in Science and Engineering, which comes with an unrestricted research grant of $875K over five years. This prestigious award was one of 16 nationwide this year.
Fabio Somenzi (ECE) and Co-PI Aaron Bradley (ECE) received a $470K award from NSF for work on “SHF: Incremental Inductive Verification: A New Direction for Model Checking.”