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Office of Engineering Research and Graduate Programs
Kansas State University
College of Engineering
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1701B Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506

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April 2017 Awards

BIOLOGICAL AND AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

Wendy Griswold (Center for Hazardous Substance Research), Larry Erickson (Center for Hazardous Substance Research) and Ronaldo Maghirang, US Environmental Protection Agency, $81,827, “Shared Air/Shared Action (SA2): Community Empowerment through Low-Cost Air Pollution Monitoring.”

CENTER FOR HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE RESEARCH

Wendy Griswold, Larry Erickson and Ronaldo Maghirang (Biological and Agricultural Engineering), US Environmental Protection Agency, $81,827, “Shared Air/Shared Action (SA2): Community Empowerment through Low-Cost Air Pollution Monitoring.”

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Behrooz Mirafzal (Electrical and Computer Engineering), Placidus Amama, Mingchang (James) Chen (Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering), Dwight Day(Electrical and Computer Engineering), James Edgar, Fariba Fateh (Electrical and Computer Engineering) and Mohammad Hosni (Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering), National Science Foundation, $15,000, “Planning I/UCRC Kansas State University: Center for On-the-Move Energy Technologies (COMET).”

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Alexander Matthews, National Science Foundation, $22,575, “EAGER: A Novel Bioprocess for the Valorization of Waste and Biomass.”

Prathap Parameswaran, Black & Veatch Corporation, $12,342, “Characterization and Evaluation of Biodegradability of a Complex Industrial Waste.”

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Pavithra Prabhakar, National Science Foundation, $30,800, “Verification Mentoring Workshop III.”

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Behrooz Mirafzal, Placidus Amama (Chemical Engineering), Mingchang (James) Chen (Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering), Dwight Day, James Edgar(Chemical Engineering), Fariba Fateh and Mohammad Hosni (Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering), National Science Foundation, $15,000, “Planning I/UCRC Kansas State University: Center for On-the-Move Energy Technologies (COMET).”

Kim Sungo, Samsung Electronic Co., LTD, $100,000, “GRO Research Agreement: Fully Transparent Flexible and High Strength Mica Substrates."

MECHANICAL AND NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

Behrooz Mirafzal(Electrical and Chemical Engineering), Placidus Amama (Chemical Engineering), Mingchang (James) Chen, Dwight Day(Electrical and Computer Engineering), James Edgar(Chemical Engineering), Fariba Fateh(Electrical and Computer Engineering) and Mohammad Hosni, National Science Foundation, $15,000, “Planning I/UCRC Kansas State University: Center for On-the-Move Energy Technologies (COMET).”