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Office of Engineering Research and Graduate Programs

Office of Engineering Research and Graduate Programs
Kansas State University
College of Engineering
1042 Rathbone Hall
1701B Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-5844
Fax:785-532-7810
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January 2014 Awards

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING INSTITUTE

Kramer, Bradley A., Jones, Taylor S., and Tucker, Jeffrey W., Multi-Sponsor, $232,000, "Advanced Manufacturing Institute – Manufacturing Learning Center."

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Hohn, Keith L., Pipeline Research Council International, Inc., $25,430, “Modeling of NSCR Performance with Exhaust Mixtures from Natural Gas-Fueled Engines.”

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Dissanayake, Sunanda, Kansas Department of Transportation, $65,000, “Calibrating the HSM Rural Multi-Lane Model for Kansas Highways.”

Stokes, Robert W., US Department of Transportation, $100,000, “Traffic Assistance Services for Kansas (TASK) Program (FY 2012 - 2014).”

COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SCIENCES

Gustafson, David A., GTM Sportswear, $5,242, “CIS Internship Program (GTM).”

Gustafson, David A., NetApp, Inc., $12,630, “CIS Internship Program.”

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Mirafzal, Behrooz, National Science Foundation, $400,000, “CAREER: Toward Grid-Interactive Converters with Diagnostic, Remedial, and Lifetime Prognostic Features for the Next Generation of Power Grids.”

INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

Kramer, Bradley A., National Science Foundation, $21,000, “Workshop/Collaborative Research: 2014 NSF CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop.”

KANSAS INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION SERVICES

Larson, Nancy J. and Carter, David A., US Environmental Protection Agency, $53,165, “Intern Programs Partner to Reassess P2 Implementation and Study Related Motivating Drivers.”

Hamel, Ryan and Larson, Nancy J., US Department of Agriculture, $40,000, “Food Recovery Challenge Meets Rural Kansas.”

MECHANICAL AND NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

McGregor, Douglas S. and Shultis, J. Kenneth, US Department of Energy, $22,500, “Technical Assistance on Compact Fission Chamber Development.”