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Annual Report 2011: Grants Awarded

Michel W Barsoum

Sponsor: Environmental Protection Agency

Project: Alkali-Activated Cement (AAC) as A Sustainable Building Material

Amount: $75,000

Sponsor: Ben Franklin Technology Partners

Project: Potential use of Layered Nanolaminated MAX Phases in Lithium Batteries

Amount: $85,000

Yury Gogotsi

Sponsor: University of California Los Angeles

Project: Development of Electrode Architectures for High Energy Density Electrochemical Capacitors

Amount: $300,000

Sponsor: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Project: New Layered Nanolaminates for use in Lithium Battery Anodes

Amount: $122,442

Sponsor: Ingenium Technologies

Project: Power Reactant Delivery System for Air Independent Fuel Cell

Amount: $21,000

Sponsor: American Energy Technologies

Project: SBIR: New and Improved Lithium-Ion Battery

Amount: $9,031

Christopher Y. Li

Sponsor: National Science Foundation

Project: Acquisition of a High Resolution X-Ray Microdiffractometer System for Advanced Materials Research and Education at Drexel

Amount: $419,300

Sponsor: National Science Foundation

Project: Janus Nanoparticle Nanocomposites

Amount: $352,319

Sponsor: National Science Foundation

Project: REU: Multifunctional Hierarchical Structures Via Holographic Lithography and Block Copolymer Self Assembly

Amount: $6,000

Steven May

Sponsor: Office of Naval Research

Project: Novel Mechanism for Conductivity Modulation in Complex Oxide Heterostructures

Amount: $28,000

Sponsor: Office of Naval Research

Project: Novel Mechanism for Conductivity Modulation in Complex Oxide Heterostructures

Amount: $22,000

Sponsor: Office of Naval Research

Project: Novel Mechanism for Conductivity Modulation in Complex Oxide Heterostructures

Amount: $59,000

Sponsor: Office of Naval Research

Project: Vertical Charge Ordering Transistors Enabled by Structurally Couple Heteroninterfaces

Amount: $2,200,000

Caroline L. Schauer

Sponsor: Ben Franklin Technology Partners

Project: Frac Water Analysis

Amount: $30,000

Michael Schrlau

Sponsor: Naval Surface Warfare Center

Project: Manfacturing of Copper Azide Filled Nanotube Membranes

Amount: $20,000

Jonathan E. Spanier

Sponsor: Structured Materials Industries Inc (SMI)

Project: "Innovative Approaches to the Development of Zinc-Oxide (ZnO) Nanowire Technologies for Advancing Full-Spectrum Photonic Sensing"

Amount: $225,000

Sponsor: Structured Materials Industries Inc (SMI)

Project: Fabrication Technology for Oxide Film Heterastructure Devices

Amount: $127,241

Sponsor: U.S. Department of Education

Project: GAANN for Renewable Energy Technologies and Infrastructure Networks (RETAIN)

Amount: $525,060

Sponsor: Ben Franklin Technology Partners

Project: NTI Tech Comm Co SH/Fabrication Technology

Amount: $50,000

Sponsor: University of Pennsylvania

Project: Semiconducting Ferroelectrics for Robust and Efficient Oxide Photovoltaics

Amount: $41,666

Sponsor: Office of Naval Research

Project: ULI: Magnetoelectric Nanostructures for Mangetic Field Sensing

Amount: $225,000

Mitra L. Taheri

Sponsor: Office of Naval Research

Project: In Situ TEM Studies of Coupled Device Structures Under DC Bias: Towards a Quantitative Understanding of Strain-Mediated Mechanisms

Amount: $54,796

Sponsor: Office of Naval Research

Project: In Situ TEM Studies of Coupled Device Structures Under DC Bias: Towards a Quantitative Understanding of Strain-Mediated Mechanisms

Amount: $20,000

Sponsor: U.S. Department of Energy

Project: Instrumentation for Research and Education in Nuclear Engineering and Nuclear Materials Science: Quantifying Radiation Damage and Detection in Reactor Materials

Amount: $299,486

Sponsor: National Science Foundation

Project: Multiscale Correlation of Magnetism and Microstructure at Iron/Oxide Interfaces

Amount: $290,267

Sponsor: Carpenter Technology Corporation

Project: Multiscale Investigation of the Effect of Alloying Elements on the Mechanical Behavior of Ultra High Strength Steels

Amount: $63,900

Ulrike Wegst

Sponsor: U.S. Department of Energy

Project: "Freeze-Casting" as a Novel Manufacturing Process for Fast Reactor Fuels

Amount: $1,149,327

Antonios Zavaliangos

Sponsor: Nova Medical Spec Company

Project: Making Stuff Outreach Coalition

Amount: $6,000








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