Collaborations

Examples of recent collaborations:

    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), “ MEMS-Enabled Processing of Liquid Fuels for Distributed Power Generation Using Fuel Cells,” 2003-2007, $471,420 (Fedorov-SSC, Degertekin- GT/ME)
    • National Institute of Health (NIH), “ Multifunctional Scanning Probes for Imaging Cellular Signaling Processes,” 2003-2008, $2,992,890, ( Mizaikoff-GT/Chem, Fedorov-SSC, Eaton-Emory)
    • Department of Energy (DOE), “Phase II: An Integrated Approach at Modeling and Mitigating SOFC (Solid Oxide Fuel Cell) Failure,” 2003-2006, $500,000, ( Qu-GT ME, Fedorov-SSC, Haynes-GTRI)
    • “Approaches to Ligand Binding,” 2003-2004, $250,000 (Hernandez-SSC, Williams-GT/Chem)
    • American Pacific Corporation – AMPAC, “Synthesis and Properties of New Materials,” 2004-2008, $668,000, (Liotta-SSC)
    • Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, “Gas-Expanded Liquids: Synergism of Experimental and Computational Determinations of Local Structure,” 2004-2007, $547,000 (Eckert, Liotta, Hernandez-SSC)
    • National Science Foundation (NSF-IDEA), “Multiplexed Ion-Mobility Time-of-flight Mass Spectrometry for the Study of Iron Biogeochemical Cycling in Seawater,” 2004-2009, $363,532 (Fernandez-SSC)
    • Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), “Investigating the Causal Links between Asthma and Environmental Exposures,” 2004-2006, $164,797 (Bayer-SSC)
    • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), “Personal Exposure Monitoring Vest Development Project,” 2004-2007, $468,890 (Bayer-SSC)
    • CDC/GT Seed Grant Program, “Micromachined Ultrasonic Atomizer for Aerosolized Vaccine/Drug Delivery,” 2004-2006, $60,000, ( Fedorov-SSC, Degertekin-GT ME, Papania-CDC, Rota-CDC)
    • National Science Foundation (NSF ) “NIRT: Electron Beam CVD – A New Tool for Synthesis of Nanomaterials and Devices, “ 2004-2009, $1,420,000 ( Lackey-GT/ME, Fedorov-SSC, Orlando-GT/Chem, Wang-GT/MSE)
    • Subaward to Princeton University/DoE, “Interfaces of Polymer Electronic Device,” 2004-2008 $455,856 (Hernandez-SSC, Bred´as-GT/Chem)
    • CCACTI/Georgia TIP, “ Quantification of Bioparticulate Adhesion and Trapping Capacity of Carpet Fiber Using Atomic Force Microscopy,” 2004-2006, $120,000, (Meredith-SSC, Braun- Carpet and Rug Institute)
    • Proctor & Gamble Curriculum Development Award, “ Chemical Product Design, Optimization, and Engineering,’ 2004-2007, $150,000 ( Jones-GT/ChBE, Meredith-SSC, Realff-GT/ChBE)
    • Dow Corning/Genencor Strategic Alliance , “Novel Solvents for Silicon Biocatalysis,” 2005-2006, $200,000 (Eckert/Liotta/Bommarius-SSC)
    • NIH/NIAID, “Regulation of Juvenile Hormone Titers in Mosquitos,” 2005-2009, $255,163 (Fernandez-SSC)
    • American Society for Mass Spectrometry , “Ultrasonic Micromachined Nanospray Ion Sources,” 2005-2006, $25,000 (Fernandez-SSC)
    • MARCO/DARPA through Interconnect Focus Center , “Advanced Cryogenic Cooling and Evaluation of its Physical Limits,” 2005-2006, $158,141 (Joshi –GT/ME, Fedorov-SSC, Kohl-GT/ChBE)
    • National Science Foundation (NSF), “ Electrohydrodynamics of AFM Imaging of Biological Membranes,” 2005-2007, $50,000 ( Fedorov-SSC)
    • “Approaches to Ligand Binding III,” 2005-2006, $125,000 (Hernandez-SSC)
    • Arkema Chemicals (formerly ATOFINA Chemicals), “ High-Throughput Mechanical Characterization: Chemical Modifiers and Expanded Instrument Capability,” 2005-2006, $95,118 ( Meredith-SSC)
    • RJ Reynolds, “Investigation into tobacco smoke emissions between different types of tobacco,” 2006-2007, $175,000 (Bayer-SSC)
    • Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), “Breath Analysis as a Method Disease Prognosis: Phase 1,” 2006, $33,696 (Bayer-SSC)
    • Indoor Air Solutions, “Dust Analysis,” 2006-2008, $10,000 (Bayer-SSC)
    • National Science Foundation (NSF), “Homogeneous Catalyst Recovery And Recycle With
      CO2 ,” 2006-2009, $300,000 (Eckert/Liotta-SSC)
    • NCRR/NIH, “AMUSE (Array of Micromachined UltraSonic Electrosprays) for Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry,” 2006-2009, $140,889, (Fernandez-SSC)
    • Blanchard Assistant Professorship, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Tech, “Atmospheric Pressure Ion Generation for High-throughput Ovarian Cancer Proteomics,” 2006-2008, $70,000 (Fernandez-SSC)
    • CDC/GIT Seed Grant, “Coxiella burnetii Proteomic Identification via Strain-specific Protein Biomarker Detection,” 2006-2008, $30,000 (Fernandez-SSC, Massung)
    • National Institute for Health (NIH), “Axonal Protection for Multiple Sclerosis,” 2006-2008, $137,137 (Fernandez-SSC)
    • National Science Foundation (NSF), “NIRT: Active Nanoparticles in Nanostructured Materials Enabling Advances in Renewable Energy and Environmental Remediation,” 2006-2010, multidisciplinary collaboration with total budget $1,100,000, (Dixon-U of AL , Fedorov-SSC, Prokes-NRL)
    • MARCO/DARPA through Interconnect Focus Center , “Thermal Management of Next Generation Integrated Circuits,” 2006-2009, $500,000 (Fedorov-SSC as a part of multi-investigator, multi-university team)
    • National Institute of Health (NIH), “ AMUSE (Array of Micromachined UltraSonic Electrospray) for Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry,” 2006-2009, $534,000 (Fedorov-SSC, Fernandez-SSC, Degertekin-GT/ME)
    • IPST, Georgia Tech, “Benign Pretreatment for Hemicellulose Removal — Cost-Effective Conversion to Biofuels and Biochemicals.” 2007-2008, $50,000 (Eckert/Liotta-SSC)
    • National Science Foundation (NSF), “CAREER: Research and Education in Ambient Mass Spectrometry with Applications in Counterfeit Drug Detection,” 2007-2011, $386,175 (Fernandez-SSC)
    • Department of Energy (DOE), “Reversible Ionic Liquids as Double-Action Solvents for Efficient CO2 Capture, 2008 – 2011 (Eckert/Liotta/Pollet – SSC)
    • West Pacific Regional Office of the World Health Organization (WPRO/WHO), “Detection of Counterfeit Anti-infective Drugs by Advanced Mass Spectrometric Methods Without Sample Preparation,” 2007-2008, $30,000 (Fernandez-SSC)
    • National Institute of Health (NIH) “Pathway to Independence” Program , “Scanning Mass Spectrometry Probe for Bioanalytical Applications,” 2007-2012, $950,000 (Kottke-GT/ME, Fedorov-SSC)
    • Georgia Tech (Creating Energy Option CEO Program), “ CHAMP: Scalable Technology for Distributed Hydrogen Production and CO 2 Capture,” 2007-2008, $33,333 (Fedorov-SSC)
    • Specialty Minerals, Inc., “ High-Throughput Mechanical Characterization of Polymers,” starting in 2007, $10,000 (Meredith)
    • National Science Foundation (NSF), “Design of Reversible Ionic Liquids for Coupling Reactions and Separations,” 2007-2010, $390,000 (Eckert/Liotta-SSC)