Congratulations!

The following UTC Faculty and Staff have attracted $33,590 in external grant and contract awards:

Dr. Thomas Loveless (Electrical Engineering) has received $25,000 from Nu-Trek, Inc. for the project entitled, “Radiation Hardened, Low Power, Variable Bandwidth/Resolution Sigma Delta Converters.”

Dr. Thomas Loveless (Electrical Engineering) has received $8,140 from Vanderbilt University for the project entitled, “Fundamental Research into Radiation Resiliency of Emerging Circuit Technologies Appropriate to the CWMD Mission.”

Mr. Charles Mix (IGTLab) has received $250 from the Enterprise Center for the project entitled, “East Lake Walk Sheds.”

Dr. Endong Wang (Engineering Management & Technology) has received $200 from the Oak Ridge Associated Universities for the project entitled, “Travel Funds for Collaborative Research.”

Good Luck!

The following UTC faculty and staff members submitted proposals for the potential to generate over $2,488,950 in external funding, if awarded:

Dr. Hill Craddock (Biology, Geology and Environmental Science) has requested $3,515 from The American Chestnut Foundation for the project entitled, “Conservation and Collection of Castanea dentata germplasm in the South.”

Dr. Azad Hossain and Dr. Mark Schorr (Biology, Geology and Environmental Science) have requested funding from the US Geological Survey TN Water Research Center for the project entitled, “PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL – Remote Sensing of Water Quality.”

Dr. Farah Kandah and Dr. Joseph Kizza (Computer Science and Engineering) have requested $491,866 from the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, “SaTC: CORE: Small: RUI: vMAP: Mapping Autonomous Vehicle Authentication/Trust Building in Real-time over a Dynamic Adaptive Network.”

Dr. Lingju Kong and Dr. John Graef (Mathematics) have requested $415,522 from the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, “Degenerate Elliptic Problems with Variable Exponents.”

Dr. Abdelrahman Karrar and Dr. Ahmed Eltom (Electrical Engineering) have requested $302,984 from the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, “Improving the Performance and Implementation of the P-Index voltage Stability Indicator.”

Dr. Hong Qin (Computer Science and Engineering) has requested $92,604 from Norfolk State University for the project entitled, “Stress and filamentous yeast.”

Dr. Anthony Skjellum (SIM Center) has requested $235,432 from the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, “SHF-Small: Collaborative Research: Transforming MPI Applications for Scalability and Fault-Tolerance.”

Dr. Anthony Skjellum (SIM Center) has requested $173,966 from the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, “SaTC: CORE: Small: Collaborative: Compiler-Assisted Secure Sensor Networks.”

Dr. Anthony Skjellum (SIM Center) has requested $186,662 from the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, “SaTC: CORE: Small: Collaborative: An Holistic Framework for Securing CPS/IoT Infrastructure.”

Dr. Anthony Skjellum (SIM Center) has requested $60,949 from the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, “Collaborative Research: CICI: Regional: Southeast SciEntific Cybersecurity for University Research (Southeast SECURE).”

Dr. Anthony Skjellum (SIM Center) has requested $227,432 from the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, “SHF-Small: Collaborative Research: In-Situ Analytics for Petascale and Exascale Applications.”

Dr. Jin Wang and Dr. Feng Bao (Mathematics) have requested $298,018 from the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, “Mathematical modeling of waterborne infections.”