Research Awards

Awards for March 2019

Our faculty and staff have been doing exciting work in the fields of engineering. This includes winning extramural funding for research and scholarly activities. Below are this month's announced awards. Visit our fiscal year awards page for a list of all our awards for the current fiscal year.

For more detailed information on research and innovation at the JB Speed School of Engineering, please visit our Research Productivity site or contact

InvestigatorRoleDepartmentSponsorTitleAmount*
Altiparmak, NihatPIComp Eng. & Comp Sci

 

 

 

National Science Foundation

 

 

 

MRI: Acquisition of a High Performance Big Data Analysis Platform

 

 

 

$478,727
  • El-Baz, Ayman
CO-IBio-Engineering
  • Nasraoui, Olfa
CO-IComp Eng. & Comp Sci
  • Frigui, Hichem
CO-IComp Eng. & Comp Sci
  • Keynton, Robert
CO-IBio-Engineering
Kopechek, JonathanPIBio-EngineeringUniversity of Kentucky Res. Fnd.Development of Prototype for Rehydration of Dried Blood under Reduced Gravity$3,094
Kopechek, JonathanPIBio-EngineeringUniversity of Kentucky Res. Fnd.Assessment of RBC Quality after Rehydration of Dried Blood under Reduced Gravity$3,094
Wang, HuiPIMechanical EngineeringUniversity of Kentucky Res. Fnd.LTAP Solid Electrolyte in All-solid-state batteries for Cold Environments Applications$20,550
Wang, HuiPIMechanical EngineeringUniversity of Kentucky Res. Fnd.Sulfide-Electrolyte-based All-solid-State Batteries with High Safety and Performance$18,084
McGinley, MarkPICivil & Environmental EngExpanded Shale, Clay & Slate InstituteEvaluation of Single Wythe Masonry Energy Use with Lightweight (Smart Wall) Systems$6,035
Mohsen, JPPICivil & Environmental Eng

 

 

American Society of Civil Engineers

 

 

PE Review Webinars

 

 

$105,000
  • Bhaskar, Nageshwar
CO-ICivil & Environmental Eng
  • McGinley, Mark
CO-ICivil & Environmental Eng
Keynton, RobertPIBio-EngineeringUniversity of Kentucky Res. Fdn.KY EPSCOR Powering the Kentucky Bioeconomy for a Sustainable Future: Equipment$250,000
Neal, HeidiPIAcad Student Support SrvUniversity of Kentucky Res. Fdn.KY EPSCoR: Powering the Kentucky Bioeconomy for a Sustainable Future$9,500

* Based on guaranteed funding. Actual award amount may be larger.