Initiatives in Digital Technology: 2010–11 Funded Proposals

THE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY CENTER is pleased to announce that four proposals were funded as part of its FY11 Digital Technology Initiative Program — call for proposals. The list of funded proposals, including the PIs, and co-investigators is available below.

Investigators Title
Sean C. Garrick
Mechanical Engineering

Graham Candler
Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics

George Karypis
Computer Science and Engineering
Turbulent Multi-Phase Flow Modeling, Data Mining, and Advanced Environmental Informatics for Mercury Removal from Coal Combustion Flue Gases more
Yiannis Kaznessis
Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Marc Riedel
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Claudia Schmidt-Dannert
Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics
Computational Methods for Forward Biological Engineering more
Daniel F. Keefe
Computer Science and Engineering

Robert Sweet
Medical School Simulation Programs
Coupling Automatic Skill Evaluation and Visual Analytics to Improve Surgical Training more
David J. Lilja
Electrical and Computer Engineering
GSA: A New Storage Architecture Combining Graphic Processing Units and Solid State Disks to Boost I/O Performance more