Investigator: Peng Wei Sponsor: National Science Foundation Award Title: CRII: CPS: Towards an Intelligent Low-Altitude UAS Traffic Management System Award Amount: $1,000,000 Award Period Date: May 15, 2016-April 30, 2018 Current Status: Active Summary: The objective of this project is to provide theoretical foundations for cyber-physical systems to support the increasing autonomy in the presence [Continue Reading…]
Investigator: Wei Hong Sponsor: Partners of the Americas Award Title: Self-Sustainable Study Abroad Programs at Xi’an Jiaotong University for U.S. Engineering Students Award Amount: $49,977 Award Period Date: July 1, 2016-August 31, 2017 Current Status: Active Summary: This is a newly developed semester-long exchange program between ISU and Xi’an Jiaotong University in Xi’an, China. Each year, [Continue Reading…]
Investigator: Thomas Ward Sponsor: American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund Award Title: A computational study of micro-emulsion formation in a porous media Award Amount: $110,000 Award Period Date: June 9, 2016-June 9, 2018 Current Status: Active Summary: The proposed work involves a mostly computational study of micro-emulsion formation in porous media. The problem is relevant [Continue Reading…]
Investigator: Vinay Dayal & Stephen Holland Sponsor: INNOVEYDA Award Title: Composite Standard Calibration Kit for Interchangeable Use in NDE Systems Award Amount: $148,087 Award Period Date: October 1, 2015-September 30, 2016 Current Status: Active
Investigator: Partha Sarkar and Anupam Sharma Sponsor: National Science Foundation Award Title: Predicting Dynamic Response of Structural Cables and Power Transmission Lines in Hurricanes and Other Windstorms Award Amount: $337,831 Summary: The primary goal of this proposed research is to improve the resilience of cables to all types of windstorm hazards
Investigator: Paul Durbin Sponsor: University of Michigan Award Title: Methods and Tools for Data-Driven Turbulence Modeling Award Amount: $160,000 Summary: Participate in data extraction by optimization: identify data sets, provide models to use for transition, heat transfer, Reynolds stress.
Investigator: Valery Levitas and Liming Xiong Sponsor: National Science Foundation Award Title: Interactions of Multiple Phase Transformations and Dislocations: Modeling and Simulation from Atomistic to Microscal Award Amount: $405,001 Award Period Date: September 1, 2015-August 31, 2018 Current Status: Active Summary: The goal of this project is to develop a multiscale framework for modeling the coupled [Continue Reading…]
Investigator: Jonathan Regele Sponsor: Taitech Award Title: Oblique Shock Interaction With Liquid Droplets Award Amount: $179,893 Summary: The objective of the proposed work is to better understand the dynamics of a shock wave impacting a liquid droplet and the breakup that follows.
Investigator: Ran Dai Sponsor: National Science Foundation Award Title: Career: Solar-Powered Unmanned Aerial and Ground Vehicles for Long-Term Operation in Dynamic Environments Award Amount: $500,000 Award Period Date: March 1, 2015-February 29, 2020 Current Status: Active Summary: Dai is developing power-management technologies that would allow land- and air-based robots to monitor solar conditions so they can [Continue Reading…]
Investigator: Peng Wei Sponsor: Rockwell Collins Award Title: En Route Flight Modeling Award Amount: $64,877 Award Period Date: November 1, 2015-October 31, 2016 Current Status: Active Summary: The Iowa State team is working with Rockwell Collins Advanced Technology Center to study the flight en route time variation under different convective weather events. Machine learning algorithms [Continue Reading…]