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PAESMEM Individual Award: George C. Lee
The Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM) recognizes outstanding mentoring efforts or programs that enhance the participation of historically underrepresented groups ...
MRI-R^2: Development of STIM and DATS for Protein and Nanosystem Characterization
This award is funded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5). Support from the MRI-R2 program has been awarded to SUNY at Buffalo to develop two complimentary instruments: Spectral ...
Connected Chemistry as Formative Assessment
This is an exploratory project focused on the use of computer modeling as formative assessment in order to improve high school students' chemistry learning by integrating two research-informed strategies. The first is ...
Using Rule Space and Poset-based Adaptive Testing Methodologies to Identify Ability Patterns in Early Mathematics and Create a Comprehensive Mathematics Ability Test
A new assessment for children ages 3-7 is being developed to provide teachers with diagnostic information on a child's development of mathematics facility on ten domains such as counting, sequencing, adding/subtracting, ...
CMG: Studies of Sediment Gravity Flows
This project combines simulations of pyroclastic flows and surges and related gravity currents based on meshfree methods, together with modeling and analysis, all tested against lab and field data. The Least Squares Meshfree ...
CAREER: Hybrid Simulation Platform for Seismic Performance Evaluation of Structures Through Collapse
The research objective of this Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program project is to enhance the hybrid simulation methodology to evaluate the performance of large scale structures loaded up to collapse. Hybrid ...
Analytical and computational methods for femtosecond lasers
One of the most important recent advances in nonlinear optics has been the development of a new generation of very stable short-pulse lasers, with typical pulse durations of just a few femtoseconds. Such lasers have ...
CRI: IAD: A Real-Time Haptic Immersive Virtual Environment (RT-HIVE)
Our goal is to create and validate the paradigm of a Real-Time Haptic Immersive Virtual Environment (RT-HIVE) as a venue to expand, assist, train and monitor human sensorimotor skills/strengths, using the case-study of a ...
NSF Tokyo Regional Office Fiftieth Anniversary Symposium
This award provides funding for a joint program and three-day workshop to be held in Tokyo in October 2010 to observe the fiftieth anniversary of the NSF office in Japan. The workshop will bring together leaders in research ...
Graduate Research Fellowship Program