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2010 JDRD Awards

First-year Projects

Paul Crilly and Seddik Djouadi, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Integrated Navigation Systems for GPS-Denied Environments (Integrated Navigation System for GPS-Denied Environments, Stephen Fulton Smith)

Joshua Fu, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Downscaling of Global Chemistry and Climate Predictions: Regional Analysis and Local Impacts (Real-Time Simulation of Power Grid Disruptions, Steven Fernandez)

Ivan Maldonado, Department of Nuclear Engineering

Revolutionary Radiation Transport for Next-Generation Predictive Multi-Physics Modeling and Simulation (Revolutionary Radiation Transport for Next-Generation Predictive Multi-Physics Modeling and Simulation, John C Wagner)

Stephen Paddison, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Ab initio Studies of Li+Mobility in Solid Electrolytes and their Interfaces (Tough electrolytes for batteries – Composites inspired by nature, Nancy Dudney)

Edmund Perfect, Department of Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences

Neutron Imaging of Fluids in Rocks and Soils (Neutron Imaging of Fluids Within Plant-Soil-Groundwater Systems, Hassina Z Bilheux

Mingjun Zhang, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering

A Nature-derived Nanoparticle and Nanofiber-based Scaffold for Enhancing Chemical Detection and Imaging (Standoff Detection and Imaging of Chemicals, Ali Passian)

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