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FY17 TIER 1 Award Recipients

March 22, 2016

23 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY17 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 12 different projects representing over $600K dollars of investment in research.

  • Dynamic Heterogeneous Information Networks for Intelligent Visual Forecasting
    Raymond Fu (Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science), Yizhou Sun (Computer Science)
  • Ultra-stable and Conductive Metallic MoS2 for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
    Hongli Zhu (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering), Swastik Kar (Physics), Sanjeev Mukerjee (Chemistry and Chemical Biology)
  • EEG-guided Robotic Mirror Therapy for Neurorehabilitation
    Sheng-Che Yen (Physical Therapy), Deniz Erdogmus (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Identification of DNA damage from exposure to chemical mixtures
    Penny Beuning (Chemistry and Chemical Biology), Roger Giese (Pharmaceutical Sciences)
  • Ultrafast All-Optical Manipulation of Magnetization at the Nanoscale for Big Data Storage
    Yongmin Liu (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering), Nian Sun (Electrical and Computer Engineering), Abdelkrim Benabbas (Physics), Paul Champion (Physics)
  • Tunable Nanoparticle Integration with Adaptive Vessel Endothelial Glycocalyx
    Eno Ebong (Chemical Engineering), Thomas Webster (Chemical Engineering), Srinivas Sridhar (Physics)
  • Circulating Red Blood Cell Based Nanosensors  A New Paradigm for Low-Cost, Clinical Diagnostics
    Mark Niedre (Electrical and Computer Engineering), Heather Clark (Pharmaceutical Sciences)
  • Characterizing ribosome specialization by native mass spectrometry
    Nikolai Slavov (Bioengineering), Alexander Ivanov (Chemistry, Barnett Institute)
  • Improving Mental Health and Wellbeing in Construction Workers Understanding the role of work and the conditions of work
    Jack Dennerlein (Physical Therapy), Alisa Lincoln (Health Sciences, Sociology and Anthropology), Steven Vallas (Sociology and Anthropology)
  • Engineering a sprayable multifunctional wound dressing
    Nasim Annabi (Chemical Engineering), Mansoor Amiji (Pharmaceutical Sciences)
  • Cross-Disciplinary Approaches to Analyzing Flood Risk in Jakarta
    Gavin Shatkin (Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Architecture), Doreen Lee (Sociology and Anthropology), Kian Goh (Architecture), Alessandra Renzi (Art+Design, Media and Screen Studies), Auroop Ganguly (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
  • Biomanufactured Nerve Guidance Channels for Complex Nerve Repair
    Abby Koppes (Chemical Engineering), Adam Ekenseair (Chemical Engineering), Erin Cram (Biology), Don O’Malley (Biology)