Polytechnic research awards - September 2018

Funded research awards for September 2018. Bolded names are Purdue Polytechnic faculty or staff; starred names are the principal investigators.

  • Collaborative Research: I/UCRC for Robots and Sensors for the Human Well-being
    Investigator(s): Richard Voyles**; Sponsor: National Science Foundation; Polytechnic: $65,000
  • US CMS Group at Purdue University for Activities Related to the US CMS Software & Computing Subsystem, Amendment 6
    Investigator(s): Norbert Neumeister**, Thomas Hacker; Sponsor: Princeton University; Total $529,972; Polytechnic: $158,991.60
  • The STEM Guitar Project, Amendment 2
    Investigator(s): Mark French**; Sponsor: Sinclair Community College; Polytechnic: $17,096
  • Research: A Mixed-Methods Approach to Characterizing Engineering Students' Computational Habits of Mind
    Investigator(s): Mireille Boutin**, Alejandra Magana Deleon, Kerrie Douglas; Sponsor: National Science Foundation; Total $350,000; Polytechnic: $105,000
  • PFI: Partnerships for Innovation in Interoperable Building Information Modeling Technology for Applications in Automated Building Code Compliance Checking and Modular Construction Automation
    Investigator(s): Jiansong Zhang**, Luciana de Cresce el Debs, Daphene Koch, Byung-Cheol Min; Sponsor: National Science Foundation; Polytechnic: $749,770
  • Type II: Purdue University I-Corps Site
    Investigator(s): Matthew Lynall**, Nathalie Duval-Couetil, Brooke Beier, Hyowon Lee, Timothy Peoples; Sponsor: National Science Foundation; Total $80,000; Polytechnic: $8,000
  • Defining Aviation Operational Sustainability for GA Airports
    Investigator(s): Mary Johnson**, Yue Gu; Sponsor: Old Dominion University Research Foundation; Polytechnic: $12,000
  • Cybersecurity and Safety Challenges in Autonomous Vehicles: Threats Identification and Countermeasures Development
    Investigator(s): Byung-Cheol Min**; Sponsor: National Institute of Justice; Polytechnic: $50,000
  • IAHE Expenses
    Investigator(s): John Sheffield**; Sponsor: International Association for Hydrogen Energy; Polytechnic: $2,500

**Indicates principal investigator

Total Polytechnic awards = $1,168,357.60