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|Instruction resumes||Nov 30||Add to my calendar|
|Power & Energy Conference at Illinois: Call for Posters||Nov 30||Add to my calendar|
|IGB Seminar (GNDP): "Genome Engineering using Programmable Nucleases"||12pm Dec 1||
612 Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology
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|TSS/SoS Seminar: Tao Xie, "User Expectations in Mobile App Security"||4pm Dec 1||
CSL Auditorium (B02)
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Nadir Ahmad (BSCompE ’01, BA economics ’01) is founder and CEO of Dowling Street, a consultancy that combines classic management consulting with political strategy for business.
(11/24/2015)Six researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, including President Timothy Killeen, whose primary faculty appointment on the Urbana campus is in ECE ILLINOIS.
(11/19/2015)By studying the behavior of living cells and combining them with synthetic tissue, researchers are creating "biological machines" to deliver drugs more effectively, function as internal diagnostic tools, or serve as contaminant sensors in the field.
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|Ahuja, Narendra||Real World Multimodal Activity Recongnition||US Air Force (Research Lab)||$150,000|
|Bailey, Michael Donald||Predict||Packet Clearing House||$141,689|
|Borisov, Nikita||Student Travel Support for "The Privacy Enhancing Technologies" Symposium||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$15,000|
|Cunningham, Brian T |
Brooks, Ian S
Lumetta, Steven Sam
|PFI:BIC - Pathtracker: A Smartphone-based System for Mobile Infectious Disease Detection and Epidemiology||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$999,995|
|Dominguez-Garcia, Alejandro||CERTS: Tools for Future Grid Engineering & Market Environment||US Dept of Energy Labs (Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab)||$80,000|
|Dominguez-Garcia, Alejandro |
Veeravalli, Venugopal Varadachari
|EAGER-DynamicData: A Scalable Framework for Data Driven Real-Time Event Detection in Power Systems||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$184,999|
|Gardner, Chester S||CEDAR: Simultaneous Fe and Na Doppler Lidar Measurements of Heat and Constituent Fluxes in the Mesopause Region and Neutral Metal Layers, Winds and Temperatures in the Thermosphere||Univ of CO (Boulder)||$13,269|
|Kim, Nam Sung||CI-P: Planning Simulation Infrastructure Evaluation for Parallel/Distributed Computer Systems||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$99,999|
|Kim, Nam Sung||Career: Approximate Computing Systems for Future Teraflops Workloads||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$91,231|
|Kim, Nam Sung||CNS: CSR: Small: Runtime System, Architecture, and Technology Codesign Approach for Heterogeneous Many-Core Processors and Clusters||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$222,526|
|Makela, Jonathan J||Subcontract to the University of Texas: Applied Research Laboratories||Univ of TX (Austin)||$177,881|
|Nicol, David Malcolm |
Sanders, William H
Sauer, Peter W
|Cyber Resilient Energy Delivery Consortium (CREDC)||US Dept of Energy (DOE)||$22,476,290|
|Oelze, Michael L |
Park, Trevor H
|Detection and Grading of Fatty and Fibrotic Liver Using Quantitative Ultrasound||NIH(Natl Institutes of Health)||$229,061|
|Rosenbaum, Elyse||Texas Instruments/SRC Fellowship for Karan Bhatia||Semiconductor Research Corp||$2,000|
|Schutt-Aine, Jose E||Stochastic Electromagnetic and Circuit Analysis||Synclesis||$49,956|
|Tutumluer, Erol |
Hart, John M
|Field Evaluation of Ballast Fouling Conditions Using Machine Vision||Natl Academy of Sciences||$100,000|
|Vasudevan, Shobha||Forsyth Quicklook Detection & Recognition of Events in Video||Boeing Co||$60,000|
|Waldrop, Lara |
|EARS: Collaborative Research: Spectrum Sensing for Coexistence of Active and Passive Radio Services||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$203,839|
|Pilawa, Robert |
Haran, Kiruba Sivasubramaniam
|Modular and Scalable High Efficiency Power Inverters for Extreme Power Density Applications||NASA Headquarters||$100,000|
|Chew, Weng Cho||Multi-Physics Electromagnetic Interference||Riverside Research Inst||$25,000|
|Nicol, David Malcolm||Forsyth Quicklook Detection & Recognition of Events in Video||Boeing Co||$61,871|
|Overbye, Thomas J |
Shetye, Komal Sudhir
|Techniques and Tools for System Level Validation of Transient Stability Models using PMU Data||US Dept of Energy (Bonneville Power Administration)||$198,626|
|Nicol, David Malcolm||Vanka Quicklook BCFD Implementation on GPUs||Boeing Co||$17,487|
Special Funding Announcements: Oct 30 - Nov 30
|Defense Medical Research & Development Program Military Infectious Diseases Research Program Preannouncement||The Fiscal Year 2017 (FY17) Joint Program Committee 2 (JPC-2)/Military Infectious Diseases Research Program (MIDRP) is funded with Defense Health Program appropriations through the Defense Health Agency, Research, Development, and Acquisition Directorate to support targeted research efforts to ensure the health and readiness of our military forces. Program announcements will be administered by the US Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity. The Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP) Defense Medical Research and Development Program (DMRDP) will be the managing agent for program announcements and subsequent awards, with strategic oversight from JPC-2/MIDRP. The DMRDP is providing the information in this pre-announcement to allow investigators time to plan and develop applications. FY17 DMRDP JPC-2/MIDRP Program Announcements and General Application Instructions for the following award mechanisms are anticipated to be posted on the Grants.gov website in December 2015. Pre-application and application deadlines will be available when the program announcements are released. This pre-announcement should not be construed as an obligation by the government. The FY17 JPC-2/MIDRP is seeking research focused on combat-related or trauma-induced wound infection, specifically involving the following areas. Additional information regarding focus areas will be available when the program announcements are released.|