Max Zhang was recently awarded a grant through Washington University in St. Louis, entitled “Monitoring and Modeling of Vegetative Buffers for Mitigating Air Quality Concentrations in Near-Road Environments”.
C.T. Avedisian along with co-PI Perrine Pepiot were recently awarded a grant through DOE Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy – DOE (EERE), entitled “Combustion of Petroleum-Based Transportation Fuels and Their Blends with Biofuels: A ...
Perrine Pepiot was recently awarded a grant through Norwegian University of Science And Technology – NTNU, entitled “GASPRO: Gasification for Biofuel Production”.
Ke Max Zhang was recently awarded a grant through the Natl Science Foundation – NSF, entitled “Smart Heat: Aggregating Renewable-Electric-Heating-Thermal-Storage Systems for Grid Services”.
Perrine Pepiot was recently awarded a grant through the National Science Foundation (NSF), entitled “CAREER: Enabling Fuel Design and Optimization: An innovative approach to capture multi-component chemistry effects in large-scale combustion simulations”.
Ke Max Zhang was recently awarded a grant through New York State Energy Research And Development Authority – NYS (NYSERDA), entitled “Improving the Parameterization of Building Downwash Effect in Local Air Quality Models”.
Ke Max Zhang was recently awarded a grant through the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, entitled “Identifying Excessive BFHE Emission Sources Via Integrated Monitoring and Modeling Approach”.
C. T. Avedisian was recently awarded a grant from NASA Shared Services Center, entitled “Development of an Algae Biodiesel Surrogate from Spherically Symmetric Droplet Combustion Experiments on the International Space Station”.
Ke Max Zhang was recently awarded a grant from the University of Michigan entitled “Integrating Enhanced Models and Measurements of Traffic-Related Air Pollutants for Epidemiological and Risk Studies Using Melding”.
C. Thomas Avedisian, along with Co-PI Perrine Pepiot, recently were awarded a grant from David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future (ACSF) entitled “Developing Surrogates for Advanced Liquid Transportation Fuels”.