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The Fenn College of Engineering has recently been awarded several NSF grants:


The Fenn College of Engineering is awarded two Major Research Instrumentation Grants from NSF

The Fenn College of Engineering has been awarded two Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) grants from NSF:

1. Dr. Chandrasekhar Kothapalli from the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering (co-PIs: Dr. Nolan Holland and Dr. Orhan Talu from Chemical and Biomedical Engineering; Dr. Xue-Long Sun from Chemistry; and Dr. Andrew Resnick from Physics) for the project titled “MRI: Acquisition of an integrated atomic force microscope/Inverted optical microscope for interdisciplinary research at Cleveland State University” for the amount of $289,939.

2. Dr. Ye Zhu from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (co-PIs: Dr. Chansu Yu, Dr. Fuqin Xiong from Electrical and Computer Engineering; Dr. Haodong Wang from Computer and Information Science; and Dr. Miron Kaufman from Physics) for the project titled “MRI: Acquisition of a 4G/LTE Wireless Communications Test Set" for the amount of $252,699.

 


The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering receives an NSF grant to develop a new model for password security

Dr. Ye Zhu from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (co-PIs: Dr. Conor McLennan from Psychology; and Dr. Phillip Manning from Sociology and Criminology) has received $202,251 from NSF to fund the project titled “EAGER: The Game Changer: A New Model for Password Security”.

 


The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in collaboration with CIS receives an NSF grant for security education of undergraduate students

Dr. Chansu Yu from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (PI: Dr. Sanchita Mal-Sarkar from Computer and Information Science) has received $120,000 from NSF to fund the project titled “TUES: Type1:Collaborative: An Integrative Hands-on Approach to Security Education for Undergraduate Students".

 


The Fenn College of Engineering receives over $1.5 million from NSF for optimal prosthesis leg design.

Dr. Dan Simon from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (co-PIs: Dr.Hanz Richter and Dr. Antonie van den Bogert from Mechanical Engineering) has been awarded $1,508,599 from NSF to fund the project titled “SCH: INT: Optimal Prosthesis Design with Energy Regeneration”. Click here for more details!

 

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