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Clark School-affiliated professors receive research funding

 

The following faculty affiliated with Clark School departments, centers and institutes have recently reported receiving research funding. To be included in the next list, email mjheil@umd.edu .

 

  • Howard Milchberg (Physics, IREAP, IPST and Maryland NanoCenter) and Ki-Yong Kim (Physics, IREAP and Maryland NanoCenter), Defense Threat Reduction Agency, $316,412 in additional funding, bringing the total award amount to $1,371,080, "Direct Laser-acceleration in Plasma Slow-wave Structures and Application to Gamma-Ray Source for Nuclear Materials Detection."

 

  • Howard Milchberg (Physics, IREAP, IPST and Maryland NanoCenter) and Tom Antonsen (Physics and IREAP), DOE-Washington, $260,000 in additional funding, bringing the total award amount to $487,000, "Application of High Intensity Optical Slow Wave Plasma Structures to Advanced Accelerators."

 

  • Howard Milchberg (Physics, IREAP, IPST and Maryland NanoCenter) and Ki-Yong Kim (Physics and Maryland NanoCenter), Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AAFOSR), $313,784, "Extreme Nonlinear Optics of High Intensity Laser Pulse Filamentation in Gases."

 

  • John Rodgers (IREAP), Voss Scientific, $165,000 in additional funding bringing the total award to $300,000, "Modeling and Testing of RF/HPM Effects in a Voltage Controlled Oscillator."

 

  • Sergei Sukharev (Biology and Maryland NanoCenter) and Anwar Hug (Maryland Pathogen Research Institute), NIH-National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, $179,080, "The Electrophysiology of Facultative Pathogens.”

 

  • Tom Antonsen (Physics and IREAP), Ed Ott (Physics and IREAP), John Rodgers (IREAP) and Steven Anlage (Physics and Maryland NanoCenter), Office of Naval Research, $110,122, "Wave Chaos Studies for CDE Applications."

 

  • Bill Dorland (Physics and IREAP), Adil Hassam (Physics and IREAP), Jim Drake (Physics, IPST, JSI and IREAP) and Tomoya Tatsuno (IREAP), DOE-Washington, $507,000 in additional funding, bringing the total award amount to $1,701,000, "Maryland Fusion Theory Research Program."

 

  • Joseph JaJa (UMIACS, SESYNC and ECE), Maryland Procurement Office, $210,000, "LTS - Program Management Task."

 

  • Joseph JaJa (UMIACS, SESYNC and ECE), Maryland Procurement Office, $200,000, "LTS-DO B: Topics in Network Mapping and Measurement."

 

  • Joseph JaJa (UMIACS, SESYNC and ECE) and Jonathan Katz (Computer Science and UMIACS), Maryland Procurement Office, $150,000, "LTS-DO C:  Network Security:  Efficient Protocols for Message Integrity in DTN."

 

  • John Weeks (Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry and IPST), NSF, $428,000, "Solvation and Structure for Systems with Strong Coulomb Interactions."

 

  • Eugenia Kalnay (AOSC and IPST), NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center, $112,986 in additional funding bringing the total to $323,624, "An Integrated Carbon Data Assimilation System to Advance Understanding and Predictions of the Carbon Cycle."

 

  • Harold Daume (Computer Science and UMIACS), Johns Hopkins University, $142,041 in additional funding bringing the total award to $415,133, "RI: Medium: Learned Dynamic Prioritization."

 

  • Hal Daume (Computer Science and UMIACS), Columbia University, $158,583, "E-VERIFY:  Discovering and Explaining Technical Emergence through Analysis of the Language and Structure of Scientific Publications (Details)."

 

  • Larry Davis (Computer Science and UMIACS), Raytheon Corporation, $350,000, "E-VERIFY:  Alladin."

 

  • Larry Davis (Computer Science and UMIACS), Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), $210,414 in additional funding bringing the total award to $410,798, "E-VERIFY:  Open Architecture Image-based W4 Extraction on GPU and Cloud Systems."

 

  • Aravind Srinivasan (Computer Science and UMIACS), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, $294,241 in additional funding, bringing the total award amount to $994,111, "E-VERIFY:         Learning and Predicting Ties in Social Networks."

 

  • Bonnie Dorr (Computer Science and UMIACS), DARPA-Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, $520,000 in additional funding, bringing the total award amount to $1,040,000, "Intergovernmental Personnel Assignment."

 

  • Mihai Pop (Computer Science, UMIACS and CBCB) and Atif Memon (Computer Science and UMIACS), NIH-National Institute of Allergy and infectious Diseases, $418,778, "Algorithms and Software for the Assembly of Metagenomic Data."


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