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(2/5/2016)Professor Deming Chen, along with his graduate students and colleagues from Intel and Ohio State University, recently received the William J. McCalla Best Paper Award at the IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer Aided Design.
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|Boppart, Stephen Allen||GlaxoSmithKline Center for Optical Molecular Imaging||GlaxoSmithKline||$3,009,671|
|Rogers, John A (ECE Affiliate)||Soft, Conformal Wireless Optoelectronic Systems for the Long-Term Neuromodulation of Bladder Function||Washington Univ in St. Louis||$80,000|
|Aluru, Narayana R (ECE Affiliate); Ertekin, Elif; Hammes-Schiffer, Sharon; Sofronis, Petros||PIRE: Integrated Computational Materials Engineering for Active Materials and Interfaces in Chemical Fuel Production||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$798,080|
|Bahl, Gaurav (ECE Affiliate)||Non-Magnetic On-Chip Resonant Acousto-Optic Isolator at 780 NM||US Dept of Defense (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency)||$187,593|
|Wuebbles, Donald J (ECE Affiliate)||Climate Change Impacts at Department of Defense Installations||US Dept of Energy Labs (Argonne National Lab)||$47,000|
|Bashir, Rashid (ECE Affliliate)||3D Stereolithography for Tissue Engineering and Cellular Machines||US Dept of Energy Labs (Lawrence Livermore Natl Laboratory)||$50,000|
|Hasegawa-Johnson, Mark Allan; Girju, Corina R||Transfer Learning Across Language Similarity Networks||Univ of WA||$41,928|
|Overbye, Thomas J||HMSI CyberCollaborator for Adaptive Hazard Management||Hazard Management Systems Inc||$30,071|
|Kim, Kyekyoon||Mechanisms of Enhanced Neuroprotection in Ischemic Stroke by Intranasal Gelatin Nanoparticles||Amer Heart Assn||$26,000|
|Bashir, Rashid (ECE Affiliate); Gillette, Martha L; Saif, M Taher A||Emergent Bahaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems (EBICS)||MA Inst of Technology||$589,057|
|Bretl, Timothy Wolfe (ECE Affiliate)||Tact: Design and Performance of an Open-Sourced, Affordable, Myoelectric Prosthetic Hand (PSYONIC)||VentureWell||$5,000|
|Lavalle, Steven M (ECE Affiliate)||CPS: Small: Sensor Lattices||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$490,000|
|Alleyne, Andrew G (ECE Affiliate)||Thermal Management Optimization for Naval Warfare Applications||CU Aerospace LLC||$25,000|
|Sutton, Brad (ECE Affiliate); Johnson, Curtis Laurence; Motl, Robert W; Schwarb, Hillary Dorothy||Evaluating Subcortical Degeneration with MR Elastography and its Relation to Cognition and Fitness in Multiple Sclerosis||Natl Multiple Sclerosis Soc||$110,000|
|Lyding, Joseph W||ACQUISITION OF A TIME OF FLIGHT SECONDARY ION MASS SPECTOMETER||NSF (Natl Science Fdn)||$600,000|
|Liu, Gang Logan||Optimizing SERS Biomolecular Nanosensors Through Quantum-Chemical Analysis and Electro-Optical Characterization||US Dept of Energy Labs (Lawrence Livermore Natl Laboratory)||$250,000|
|Kwiat, Paul G (ECE Affiliate)||Advanced Quantum Sensing||US Army Research Office (ARO)||$350,657|
|Rogers, John A (ECE Affiliate)||SCH: INT: Collaborative Research: Interface Monitoring System to Promote Residual Limb Health||Northwestern Univ||$99,712|
|Liu, Gang Logan||Measuring and Modeling Denitrification Hot Spots On Agricultural Landscapes||Univ of MN||$114,336|
|Li, Xiuling||Single Sheet Lasers for Attojoule Optoelectronics||Univ of TX (Arlington)||$25,000|
|Bretl, Timothy Wolfe (ECE Affiliate); Akhtar, Aadeel||Mechanisms for Enabling Closed-loop Upper Limb Sensorimotor Prosthetic Control (AADEEL AKHTAR)||NIH(Natl Institutes of Health)||$43,120|
Special Funding Announcements: Jan 7 - Feb 7
|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.|
|2016 NIST SURF Program Announcement||Applications for participation in the SURF program are accepted only from colleges or universities and not from individual students or faculty. We invite your Office of Sponsored Programs or Grants Office, to prepare a single proposal to the SURF program. (A separate proposal is required for SURF Boulder and SURF Gaithersburg.) This proposal will include a portion completed by an institutional representative and a set of materials provided by each student applicant. An administrative announcement of this Federal Funding Opportunity (FFO) has been posted on both Grants.gov and our program Web site. Grants.gov: http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=280404 SURF Program: http://www.nist.gov/surf Application due date: Friday, February 12, 2016 [Only electronic application submissions will be accepted via Grants.gov until 11:59 p.m. (ET) on the due date] Students applying to the SURF Boulder program will be matched to opportunities in the Boulder divisions: Applied Chemicals and Materials Division Public Safety Communications Research Division RF Technology Division Quantum Electronics and Photonics Division Electromagnetics Time and Frequency Students applying to the SURF Gaithersburg program will be matched to opportunities in the Gaithersburg laboratories: Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) Communications Technology Laboratory (CTL) Engineering Laboratory (EL) Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) Material Measurement Laboratory (MML) NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR) Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML) Please circulate the information about this program to other appropriate academic departments and administrative staff at your institution. We encourage you to print (attached flier) and post our information poster that is attached to this message. You may also download our poster from our Web site, given below. Further information and application materials may be found at these Web sites: SURF NIST Boulder http://www.nist.gov/surfboulder/ SURF NIST Gaithersburg http://www.nist.gov/surfgaithersburg/ *Note: The SURF Program will host webinars tentatively scheduled on January 7, 2016 (1:30 PM Eastern Time) and January 21, 2016 (2:30 PM Eastern Time). Please check the websites above for registration information.||February 16, 2016|
|A new Funding Opportunity Announcement, The NCI Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Fellow Transition Award (F99/K00)(RFA-CA-16-005) has been published. Key features of the award include: ? Intended for 3rd or 4th year Ph.D. students, including F31 Fellowship applicants and current awardees. ? No requirement for awardee to be a US citizen or permanent resident. ? Provides up to 6 years of support in two phases: The F99 phase provides support for 1-2 years of dissertation research. The K00 phase provides support for up to 4 years of mentored postdoctoral research and career development experience. ? A single application due date: February 19, 2016. ? Applicants must be nominated by their institutions through submitting Letters of Intent due January 19, 2016. Each institution is allocated one nomination. To help disseminate information relevant to this new award, the Cancer Training Branch of NCI will conduct two webinars, one on January 6, 2016 ( 1 ? 3 pm EST), the other on January 25, 2016 (1 ? 3 pm EST). Heads of graduate programs, institutional business officials, potential applicants and their sponsors are encouraged to read the program announcement and attend the webinar on January 6, 2016. Nominated applicants are encouraged to attend the webinar on January 25, 2016, which will focus on specific questions concerning the preparation of the application.||January 19, 2016|
|Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to call your attention to the new NSF ? SRC solicitation on Energy-Efficient Computing: from Devices to Architectures (E2CDA). E2CDA will support new research to set the stage for the next paradigm of computing, suitable for applications from mobile devices to data centers. Details on the solicitation can be found in: http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2016/nsf16526/nsf16526.htm?WT.mc_id=USNSF_27&WT.mc_ev=click The solicitation will consider proposals that address one or both of the following research paths: ? Disruptive system architectures, circuit microarchitectures, and attendant device and interconnect technology aimed at achieving the highest level of computational energy efficiency for general purpose computing systems ? Revolutionary device concepts and associated circuits and architectures that will greatly extend the practical engineering limits of energy-efficient computation The total amount of funds anticipated for this solicitation is up to $4,000,000 per year subject to the availability of funds. NSF and SRC plan to host a webinar on Thursday, January 21, 2016, from 1PM to 2:30 PM Eastern time, to discuss the E2CDA solicitation. Details on the webinar will be provided in the near future. Please send any questions you have regarding the solicitation to the Cognizant Program Officers by close of business, Monday, January 18, and we will do our best to address your questions in the course of the webinar.||March, 2016|
|Hubble Space Telescope Cycle 24 Call for Proposals||NASA and The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) are pleased to announce the Cycle 24 Call for Proposals for Hubble Space Telescope (HST) Observations and funding for Archival Research and Theoretical Research programs. Participation in this program is open to all categories of organizations, both domestic and foreign, including educational institutions, profit and nonprofit organizations, NASA Centers, and other Government agencies. This solicitation for proposals will be open through April 08, 2016 8:00pm EDT. The Astronomer's Proposal Tools (APT), which is required for Phase I Proposal Submission will be made available/released for Cycle 24 Phase I use during the 2nd week of February 2016. Results of the selection will be announced by the end of June 2016. All programmatic and technical information, as well as specific guidelines for proposal preparation, are available electronically from the STScI Announcement Web Page: http://www.stsci.edu/hst/proposing/docs/cycle24announce Please take note of the What's New for Cycle 24 section on the announcement page. Questions can be addressed to the STScI Help Desk (email: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 410-338-1082).||April 8, 2016|
Application Opportunity for Complex Systems Scholar - James S. McDonnell Foundation
|The James S. McDonnell Foundation has announced new application guidelines for its 21st Century Science Initiative Scholar Awards in Studying Complex System. The program aims to further the science of complex systems through the continued development of the theory and tools used in the study of complex research questions (not on particular fields of research per se). Preference will be given to projects attempting to apply complex systems approaches to coherently articulated questions. Largely unrestricted, one-time grants of up to $450,000 over a sufficient time period (four to six years) will be awarded to allow investigators to pursue and develop new directions for their research programs. JSMF funds internationally. Applications must be sponsored and monies distributed by the investigator?s institution, which must be considered tax-exempt as defined by Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. To be eligible, principal investigators must have completed all doctoral, postdoctoral, or fellowship training and hold an independent research position. Priority will be given to PIs who are between five and fifteen years post-Ph.D. Applications can be uploaded beginning February 18, 2016. For complete program guidelines and application instructions, see the JSMF website.||March 18, 2016|