CC Seed Grant Award Winners
December 16, 2008
Congratulations to the Cyber Center Seed Grant Award Winners!
The Cyber Center has completed the review of proposals in the first Seed Grant Competition. Awards have been made to the following winning proposals:
GPUMass: A GPGPU-based Analytic Tool for Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis
Dr. Bedrich Benes of Computer Graphics Technology (with participation from BBC)
Tools to Facilitate collaboration with the Virtual Ionomics Network at ionomicshub.org to Foster Ionomic Discovery
Dr. David Salt of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Development of Cyber-Enabled Nonllinear Modeling Tools for Physical Problems
Dr. Jim Caruthers of Chemical Engineering
Adaptive Model Reduction for Nonlinear Dynamical Systems
Dr. Ayhan Irfanoglu of Civil Engineering.
In all the Cyber Center received 21 proposals to compete for a pool of $150,000. Awards are for multidisciplinary Cyberinfrastructure development and are for one year. The next Cyber Center Seed Grant competition will be held in August, 2009.
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