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COE FY 2015 Grant Awards

Alternative Jet Fuels and Environment in FY15

Alternative Jet Fuels and Environment in FY15
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
National Jet Fuels Combustion Program-Overal program integration and Analysis-Area 7University of DaytonJoshua Heyne2/20/2015$85,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-UD-004
Alternative Fuels Test Database LibraryUniversity of DaytonSteven Zabarnick2/20/2015$36,624.00Aniel Jardines13-C-AJFE-UD-005
GTAP Model and Database Modification to better handle Cropping changes in the Intensive MarginPurdue UniversityWallace Tyner2/19/2015$110,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-PU-006
Alternative Fuels Test Database LibraryUniversity of IllinoisTonghum Lee2/19/2015$63,000.00Aniel Jardines13-C-AJFE-UI-007
Start-up activities and travel expensesUniversity of DaytonSteven Zabarnick12/17/2014$5,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-UD-003
Overall Program Integration and Analysis - Area #7University of IllinoisTonghum Lee12/16/2014$15,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-UI-006
Worldwide Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions form Petroleum Jet FuelMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySteven Barrett12/4/2014$150,000.00Steve Renzi13-C-AJFE-MIT-010
Development of Rapid Fleet-Wide Environmental Assessment Capability Using a Response Surface Modeling ApproachMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyR. John Hansman12/4/2014$26,000.00Joseph DiPardo13-C-AJFE-MIT-011
Start-up activities an dtravel expensesPennsylvania State UniversityVictor Sparrow11/17/2014$5,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-PSU-010
Advanced Combustion (Area #3)Georgia Tech Research CorporationTimothy Lieuwen11/5/2014$350,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-GIT-008
Combustion Model Development and EvaluationGeorgia Tech Research CorporationSuresh Menon11/5/2014$350,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-GIT-009
Turbulent Flame Speed of Conventional and Alternative Jet Fuels ProjectOregon State UniversityDavid Blunck11/5/2014$80,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-OSU-002
National Jet Fuels Combustion Program: Area #5 Atomization Tests and ModelsPurdue UniversityRobert Lucht11/5/2014$250,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-PU-005
Development of LES Combustion Models to Characterize Jet-Fuels Effects on Combustion Stabilization and IgnitionStanford Junior UniversityMatthias Ihme11/5/2014$100,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-SU-005
Hybrid Approach to Chemical Kinetics Model Development and EvaluationStanford Junior UniversityHai Wang11/5/2014$200,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-SU-006
Development of Spray Models for the Description of Multicomponent Jet-Fuels EffectsStanford Junior UniversityMatthias Ihme11/5/2014$100,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-SU-007
Shock Tube and Flow Reactor Studies of the Kinetics of Jet-FuelsStanford UniversityRonald Hanson11/5/2014$250,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-SU-008
Referee Swirl-Stabilized Combuster Evaluation / Support for National Jet Fuel Combustion ProgramUniversity of DaytonSteven Zabarnick11/5/2014$209,949.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-UD-002
Referee Swiri-Stabilized Combustor Evaluation / Support - Area #6University of IllinoisTonghum Lee11/5/2014$140,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-UI-004
Advanced Combustion - Area #3University of IllinoisTonghum Lee11/5/2014$40,000.00Mohan Gupta13-C-AJFE-UI-005
Analytical Approach for Quantifying Noise from Advanced Operational ProceduresPennyslvania State UniversityPhilip Morris11/1/2014$110,000.00Chris Dorbian13-C-AJFE-PSU-009
Analytical Approach for Quantifying Noise from Advanced Operational ProceduresMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyJohn Hansman10/28/2014$110,000.00Chris Dorbain13-C-AJFE-MIT-008
Start-up activities and travel expensesGeorgia Tech Research CorporationDimitri Mavris10/21/2014$5,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-GIT-007

General Aviation - PEGASAS Awards in FY 2015

General Aviation - PEGASAS Awards in FY 2015
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
Project 2 - Rotorcraft ASIASFlorida Institute of TechnologySteve Cusik3/9/2015$65,000.00Charles Johnson12-C-GA-FIT-006
Project 10 - LED Taxiway Lighting System Testing and MonitoringPurdue UniversityAlthula Kulantunga1/30/2015$5,000.00Donald W. Gallagher12-C-GA-PU-022
Project 13 - Alternative Aviation Fuels Fire SafetyPurdue UniversityGozdem Kilaz1/30/2015$199,548.00Keith Bagot12-C-GA-PU-023
Project 4 - Weather Technology in the Cockpit Program.Ohio State UniversitySeth Young12/30/2014$80,939.00Ian Johnson12-C-GA-OSU-011
Project 8 - Aviation Rumble Strips to Enhance Aviation SafetyPurdue UniversityDarcy Bullock12/22/2014$173,022.00Donald Gallagher12-C-GA-PU-021
Projcet 4 WTIC VFR/VMC to IMC Transition & GA MET Information Optimization Phase 2Purdue UniversityBarrett Caldwell12/18/2014$556,514.00Ian Johnson12-C-GA-PU-020
Project 4 Weather Technology in Cockpit Program GA Weather Alerting Phase 2Texas A&M UniversityThomas Ferris12/18/2014$224,359.00Ian Johnson12-C-GA-TEES-004
Project 3 - Angle of Attack Equipment in General Aviation OperationsPurdue UniversityBrian Dillman11/18/2014$716.00Michael Vu12-C-GA-PU-019
Project No. 1 Heated Airport PavementsIowa State UniversityHalil Ceylan10/31/2014$166,634.00Charles Ishee12-C-GA-ISU-006

Commercial Space Transportation - CST Awards in FY 2015

Commercial Space Transportation - CST Awards in FY 2015
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
LED-based Low Cost Gas Sensor for Crew and Vehicle SafetyUniversity of FloridaSabith Vasu2/12/2015$2,520.00Nick Demidovich10-C-CST-UCF-016
Establishment of Framework for Commercial Space Launch StandardsNew Mexico State UniversityPatricia Hynes2/9/2015$50,168.00Rene Rey10-C-CST-NMSU-020
244-FSU Autonomous Rendezvous and DockingFlorida State UniversityEmmanuel Collins12/10/2014$5,502.00Steph Earle10-C-CST-FSU-029
256-UTMB. Testing and Training in High-G Profiles using the NASTAR Center CentrifugeUniversity of Texas Medical BranchJim Vanderploeg12/10/2014$5,099.00Henry Lampazzi10-C-CST-UTMB-033
Task 185: Unified4D Trajectory Approach for Integrated Management of CommercialStanford UniversityJuan Alonso11/24/2014$140,000.00Paul Wilde10-C-CST-SU-047
Task 299. Nitrous Oxide Composite Tank TestingNew Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyWarren Ostergren11/21/2014$76,738.00Yvonne Tran10-C-CST-NMT-027
228-NMT. Magneto-Elastic Sensing for Structural Health MonitoringNew Mexico Institute of TechnologyAndrei Zagrai11/21/2014$34,980.00Nick Demidovich10-C-CST-NMT-028
244-FSU. Autonomous Rendezvous and DockingFlorida State UniversityEmmanuel Collins11/6/2014$60,000.00Steph Earle10-C-CST-FSU-027
244-FSU. Autonomous Rendezvous and DockingFlorida State UniversityEmmanuel Collins11/6/2014$10,580.00Steph Earle10-C-CST-FSU-028
187-CU. Space Situational Awareness Improvements to Enable Safe Commercial Space Operations and Traffic Management Task 187University of ColoradoDan Scheeres10/20/2014$36,000.00Steph Earle10-C-CST-CU-039
Task 184: Spacecraft Human RatingUniversity of ColoradoDavid Klaus10/15/2014$15,390.00Henry Lampazzi10-C-CST-CU-038
311-UCF. LED-based Low Cost Gas Sensor for Crew and Vehicle SafetyUniversity of Central FlordaSubith Vasu10/7/2014$2,520.00Nickolas Demidovich10-C-CST-UCF-015

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2015

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2015
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
(Deob) Sensitivity and Strategy Modeling on a National Scale for Destination 2025 Air Quality GoalsUniversity of North CarolinaSarav Arunachalam11/20/2014($120,614.46)Daniel Jacob09-C-NE-UNC-011
(Deob) Noise Exposure Response - Sleep DisturbanceUniversity of PennsylvaniaMathias Basner11/20/2014($225,805.00)Natalia Sizov10-C-NE-UPENN-005
(Deob) Examination of Engine to Engine PM Emissions Variability Using an ARP Reference Sampling and MeasurementMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyPhilip Whitefield8/26/2014($500,000.00)Carl Ma09-C-NE-MST-019

Advanced Materials Awards in FY15

Advanced Materials Awards in FY15
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
Certification of Discontinuous Composite Material forms for Aircraft StructuresUniversity of WashingtonMark Tuttle12/5/2014$430,144.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-UW-019
Dynamic Response of Composite Structures Subjected to Blast LoadingWichita State UniversityJohn Tomblin12/2/2014$125,000.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-WISU-034
Durability of Bonded Aerospace StructureWashington State UniversityLloyd Smith11/14/2014$76,712.00Curtis Davies12-C-AM-WSU-003

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment Awards in FY 2015

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment Awards in FY 2015
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
National Air Transportation Center of Excellence for Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment (RITE) - Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination Events - VIPR 3Auburn UniversityRuel Overfelt12/05/2014$59,013.00Stephen Happeney10-C-RITE-AU-010

COE FY 2014 Grant Awards

Alternative Jet Fuels and Environment in FY14

Alternative Jet Fuels and Environment in FY14
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
Examination of Engine to Engine PM Emissions Variability UsingMissouri University of Science and TechnologyPhillip Whitefield9/19/2014$500,000.00Carl Ma13-C-AJFE-MST-003
Ambient Conditions corrections for non volatile PM emissionsMissouri University of Science and TechnologyPhilip Whitefield9/18/2014$2,300,000.00Carl Ma13-C-AJFE-MST-002
Alternative Jet Fuels Supply Chain AnalysisMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySteven Barrett9/16/2014$350,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-MIT-003
Improving Climate Policy Analysis ToolsMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySteven Barrett9/16/2014$150,000.00Daniel Jacob13-C-AJFE-MIT-004
Emissions Data Analysis for CLEEN ACCESS and Other Recent Test MethodsMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySteven Barrett9/16/2014$95,000.00Carl Ma13-C-AJFE-MIT-005
Development of Rapid Fleet-Wide Environmental AssessmentMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyJohn Hansman9/16/2014$300,000.00Joseph DiPardo13-C-AJFE-MIT-006
Development of a NAS Wide and Global Rapid Aviation Air QualityMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySteven Barrett9/16/2014$150,000.00Daniel Jacob13-C-AJFE-MIT-007
Noise Emission and Propagation ModelingPennsylvania State UniversityVictor Sparrow9/15/2014$132,000.00Hua He13-C-AJFE-PSU-005
Rotorcraft noise Abatement Operating Conditions ModelingPennsylvania State UniversityKenneth Brentner9/15/2014$250,326.00Rick Riley13-C-AJFE-PSU-006
Outreach for COE for Aviation Sustainability Center (ASCENT)Pennsylvania State UniversityKathleen Hodgdon9/15/2014$30,000.00Rick Riley13-C-AJFE-PSU-007
PM Emission Database Compilation, Analysis & Predictive AssessmentPennsylvania State UniversityRandy Vander Wal9/15/2014$149,975.00Carl Ma13-C-AJFE-PSU-008
Health Impact Quantification for Aviation Air Quality ToolsBoston UniversityJonathan Levy9/12/2014$150,000.00Daniel Jacob13-C-AJFE-BU-003
Program Management - ASCENT AJFEMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyJohn Hansman9/12/2014$108,927.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-MIT-002
Microphysical Modeling & Analysis of ACCESS 2 Aviation Exhaust ObservationStanford UniversityMark Jacobson9/12/2014$200,000.00Rangasayi Halthore13-C-AJFE-SU-002
ASCENT Project 12 - Aircraft Design & Performance Tool ConnectivityStanford UniversityJuan Alonso9/12/2014$90,000.00Aniel Jardines13-C-AJFE-SU-003
ASCENT Project 10 - Aircraft Technology & Modeling AssessmentStanford UniversityJuan Alonso9/12/2014$90,000.00Arthur Orton13-C-AJFE-SU-004
Task 1: Feedstock Production, Task 2: Feedstock Logistics, Task 6….University of IllinoisJody Endres9/12/2014$199,943.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-UI-002
Evaluation of FAA Climate ToolsUniversity of IllinoisDonald Wuebbles9/12/2014$150,000.00Daniel Jacob13-C-AJFE--UI-003
Sensitivity and Strategy Modeling on a National Scale for …University of North CarolinaSaravanan Arunachalam9/12/2014$120,614.49Daniel Jacob13-C-AJFE-UNC-003
Project 25B - Noise Exposure Response-Sleep DisturbanceUniversity of PennsylvaniaMathias Basner9/12/2014$154,000.00Natalia Sizov13-C-AJFE-UPENN-002
Techno-Market Analysis of US Biorefinery Supply Chaines from Feedstock alternative Jet FuelsUniversity of TennesseeTimothy Rials9/12/2014$200,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-UTENN-002
Alternative Jet Fuels Supply Chain AnalysisWashington State UniversityMichael Wolcott9/12/2014$400,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-WaSU-003
Cardiovascular Disease and Aircraft Noise ExposureBoston UniversityJunenette Peters9/9/2014$200,000.00Natalia Sizov13-C-AJFE-BU-002
Estimation of Noise Level ReductionGeorgia Tech Research CorporationKenneth Cunefare9/5/2014$90,000.00Hua He13-C-AJFE-GIT-005
Aircraft Technology Modeling and AssessmentGeorgia Tech Research CorporationDimitri Marvis9/5/2014$400,000.00Arthur Orton13-C-AJFE-GIT-006
Analysis to Support the Development of an Aircraft CO2 StandardGeorgia Tech Research CorporationDimitri Marvis9/4/2014$20,000.00Laszlo Windhoffer13-C-AJFE-GIT-004
Development of Aviation Air Quality Tools for Airport-Specific…University of North CarolinaSaravanan Arunachalam9/3/2014$200,000.00Daniel Jacob13-C-AJFE-UNC-002
Estimate of Noise Level Reduction - Assessment of Phase Array of….University of WashingtonMitsuru Kurosaka9/3/2014$60,000.00Hua He13-C-AJFE-UW-002
Aircraft Technology Modeling and AssessmentPurdue UniversityDaniel DeLaurentis9/2/2014$59,979.00Arthur Orton13-C-AJFE-PU-004
Civil Supersonic Over Flight, Sonic Boom (Noise) standards dev…Pennsylvania State UniversityVictor Sparrow8/25/2014$40,000.00Sandy Liu13-C-AJFE-PSU-003
Civil Supersonic Over Flight, Sonic Boom (Noise) standards dev…Pennsylvania State UniversityKathleen Hodgdon8/25/2014$60,000.00Sandy Liu13-C-AJFE-PSU-004
Techno-Market Analysis of US Biorefinery Supply Chaines from ….Pennsylvania State UniversityPaul Smith8/14/2014$200,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-PSU-002
TASK 14 ANALYSIS TO SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT OF AN AIRCRAFT CO2 STANDARDGeorgia Tech Research CorporationDimitri Marvis8/12/2014$500,000.00Laszlo Windhoffer13-C-AJFE-GIT-003
TECHNO ECONOMIC & LIFECYLE ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE AVIATION BIOFUELS SUPPLY CHAINPurdue UniversityWallace Tyner7/22/2014$250,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-PU-003
TASK 11 RAPID FLEET WIDE ENVIROMENTAL ASSESSMENT CAPABILITYGeorgia Tech Research CorporationDimitri Marvis7/21/2014$300,000.00Joseph DiPardo13-C-AJFE-GIT-002
Noise Emission and Propagation ModelingPurdue UniversityJohn Kai Ming Li7/1/2014$80,000.00Hua He13-C-AJFE-PU-002
Administer Program Office for Center of Excellence for Alternative Jet Fuels and EnvironmentWashington State UniversityRalph P Cavalieri4/25/2014$574,228.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-WaSU-002
Establishment and Support of the Air Transportation Center of Excellence for Alternative Jet Fuels and Environment.University of HawaiiAndrew Hashimoti2/14/2014$5,000.00James Hileman13-C-AJFE-UH-002

General Aviation - PEGASAS Awards in FY 2014

General Aviation - PEGASAS Awards in FY 2014
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
Project 1 - Heated Airport PavementsPurdue UniversityWilliam Weiss9/12/2014$133,941.00Charles Ishee12-C-GA-PU-018
Project 4 ��� Weather Technology in the Cockpit ProgramPurdue UniversityBarratt Caldwell8/26/2014$39,957.00Ian Johnson12-C-GA-PU-017
PROJECT 12 STUDY OF SAFETY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE FOR AIRPORTSOhio State UniversitySeth Young8/14/2014$207,066.00Ryan King12-C-GA-OSU-009
PROJECT 2 ROTORCRAFT ASIASPurdue UniversityKarin Marais8/14/2014$86,000.00Charles C. Johnson12-C-GA-PU-016
PROJECT 1 HEATED AIRPORT PAVMENTSIowa State UniversityHalil Ceylan8/5/2014$111,977.00Charles A. Ishee12-C-GA-ISU-005
PROJECT 1 HEATED AIRPORT PAVEMENTSPurdue UniversityWilliam Weiss8/5/2014$120,637.00Charles A. Ishee12-C-GA-PU-015
PROJECT 2 ROTORCRAFT ASIASGeorgia Tech Research CorporationDmitri Mavris7/29/2014$145,314.00Charles C. Johnson12-C-GA-GIT-005
PROJECT 10 LED TAXIWAY LIGHTING SYSTEM TESTING AND MONITORINGPurdue UniversityAthula Kulatunga7/23/2014$65,253.00Donald Gallagher12-C-GA-PU-013
PROJECT 11 MODELING AND SPECIFICATION OF LED BASED RUNWAY LIGHTING SYSTEMSPurdue UniversityScott Sudhoff7/23/2014$110,403.00Donald Gallagher12-C-GA-PU-014
PROJECT 9 LINEAR LED LIGHTINGOhio State UniversitySeth Young7/21/2014$256,015.00Donald Gallagher12-C-GA-OSU-008
MANAGEMENT OF PEGASAS (PARTNERSHIP TO ENHANCE GENERAL AVIATION SAFETY ACCESSIBILITY AND SUSTANABILITY)Purdue UniversityWilliam Crossley7/21/2014$123,609.00Peter Sparacino12-C-GA-PU-011
PROJECT 9 LINEAR LED LIGHTINGPurdue UniversitySarah Hubbard7/21/2014$10,000.00Donald Gallagher12-C-GA-PU-012
Project 7 - FAA Pavement Marking Presence Tool.Iowa State UniversityOmar Smadi6/1/2014$160,553.00Holly Cyrus12-C-GA-ISU-004
Project 7 - FAA Pavement Marking Presence ToolTexas A&M UniversityPaul Carlson6/1/2014$207,597.00Holly Cyrus12-C-GA-TEES-003
Project 8 -Aviation Rumble Strips to Enhance Aviation SafetyOhio State UniversitySeth Young5/8/2014$10,000.00Donald Gallagher12-C-GA-OSU-007
Project 8 -Aviation Rumble Strips to Enhance Aviation SafetyPurdue UniversityDarcy Bullock5/8/2014$123,174.00Donald Gallagher12-C-GA-PU-010
Project 6 ���Runway Centerline Deviation StudyOhio State UniversitySeth Young5/5/2014$285,513.00Lauren Vitagliano12-C-GA-OSU-006
Project 3 - Angle of Attack Equipment in General Aviation Operations.Florida Institute of TechnologySteve Cusik3/26/2014$8,193.00Michael Vu12-C-GA-FIT-004
Project 3 - Angle of Attack Equipment in General Aviation OperationsOhio State UniversitySeth Young3/26/2014$8,333.00Michael Vu12-C-GA-OSU-005
Project 3 -Angle of Attack Equipment in General Aviation OperationsPurdue UniversityBrian Dillman3/26/2014$8,193.00Michael Vu12-C-GA-PU-009
Project 5 - National General Aviation Flight Information Database.Georgia Tech Research CorporationDmitri Mavris2/5/2014$81,500.00Michael Vu12-C-GA-GIT-004
Project 5 - National General Aviation Flight Information Database.Ohio State UniversityPhillip Smith2/5/2014$89,322.00Michael Vu12-C-GA-OSU-004
Project 5 -National General Aviation Flight Information Database.Purdue UniversityKaren Marais2/5/2014$174,524.00Michael Vu12-C-GA-PU-008
Project 4 - Weather Technology in the Cockpit Program.Ohio State UniversitySeth Young1/17/2014$176,864.00Ian Johnson12-C-GA-OSU-003
Project 4 - Weather Technology in the Cockpit Program.Purdue UniversityBarrett Caldwell1/17/2014$195,362.00Ian Johnson12-C-GA-PU-007
Project 4 - Weather Technology in the Cockpit Program.Texas A&M UniversityJohn Valaske1/16/2014$333,890.00Ian Johnson12-C-GA-TEES-002

Commercial Space Transportation - CST Awards in FY 2014

Commercial Space Transportation - CST Awards in FY 2014
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
Task 300. COE CST Collaboration CoordinationFlorida Institute of TechnologyTristan Fiedler9/29/2014$40,260.00Ken Davidian10-C-CST-FIT-030
AM 14: Led Based Low Cost Gas Sensor for Crew and Vehicle SafetyUniversity of Central FloridaJihua Goe/Jay Kapat9/18/2014$40,000.00Nick Demidovich10-C-CST-UCF-014
Task 305 Suborbital Industry AnalysisFlorida Institute of TechnologyScott Benjamin9/16/2014$75,000.00Ken Davidian10-C--CST-FIT-029
Suborbital Pilot AssessmentUniversity of Texas Medical BranchJames Vanderploeg9/9/2014$38,885.00Henry Lampazzi10-C-CST-UTMB-029
Reducing Cabin Lethality in Commercial SpacecraftUniversity of Texas Medical BranchJames Vanderploeg9/9/2014$26,487.00Henry Lampazzi10-C-CST-UTMB-030
Suborbital SFP Anxiety AssessmentUniversity of Texas Medical BranchJames Vanderploeg9/9/2014$71,682.00Henry Lampazzi10-C-CST-UTMB-031
Collaboration & CoordinationFlorida Institute of TechnologyTristan Fiedler9/3/2014$120,000.00Ken Davidian10-C-CST-FIT-028
COE CST Collaboration CoordinationNew Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyWarren Ostergren7/18/2014$50,000.00Ken Davidian10-C-CST-NMT-025
COE CST Collaboration CoordinationFlorida Institute of TechnologyTristan Fiedler6/1/2014$34,349.00Ken Davidian10-C-CST-FIT-024
Role of the COE-CST in Encourage, Facilitate and PromoteStanford UniversityJuan Alonso6/1/2014$200,000.00Ken Davidian10-C-CST-SU-041
OMIS Integration and COE Program SupportNew Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyWarren Ostergren5/20/2014$50,000.00Ken Davidian10-C-CST-NMT-21

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2014

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2014
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
Program Management for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Mitigation COEMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyIan Waitz4/8/2014$120,000.00 James Hileman09-C-NE-MIT-037

Advanced Materials Awards in FY14

Advanced Materials Awards in FY14
Grant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward AmountFAA POCGrant Number
Composite Manufacturing Technology Safety AwarenessWichita State University John Tomblin9/9/2014$100,000.00Allan Abramowitz12-C-AM-WISU-033
SRM Repair Round Robin ExerciseWichita State University John Tomblin9/5/2014$205,522.00David Westlund12-C-AM-WISU-032
Effect of Surface Contamination on Composite Bond Integrity…Florida International UniversityDwayne McDaniel8/25/2014$75,000.00Curtis Davies12-C-AM-FIU-004
Failure of Notched Laminates Under Out-of-Plane BendingOregon State UniversityJohn Parmigiani8/25/2014$75,000.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-OSU-004
Improving Adhesive Bonding of Composites through Surface Charact…University of WashingtonBrian Flinn8/25/2014$75,000.00Curtis Davies12-C-AM-UW-015
Admin of JAMS-AMTAS COEUniversity of WashingtonMark Tuttle8/25/2014$76,692.00Curtis Davies12-C-AM-UW-016
Delamination/Disbond Arrest Features in Aircraft Composite StructureUniversity of WashingtonKuen Lin8/25/2014$75,000.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-UW-017
DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS TEST METHODS FOR SANDWICH COMPOSITESUniversity of UtahDanial Adams8/14/2014$75,000.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-UU-7
DURABILITY OF ADHESIVELY BONDED JOINTS FOR AIRCRAFT STRUCTURESUniversity of UtahDanial Adams8/14/2014$75,000.00Curtis Davies12-C-AM-UU-8
CERTIFICATION BY ANALYSIS-STRUCTURAL CRASHWORTHINESSWichita State University Gerardo Olivares8/14/2014$100,000.00Allan Abramowitz12-C-AM-WISU-31
ADMINISTRATION OF THE CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR COMPOSITES AND ADVANCED MATERIALS (CECAM) AT WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITYWichita State University John Tomblin8/12/2014$75,000.00Curtis Davies12-C-AM-WISU-27
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTOR INFLUENCE ON COMPOSITE DESIGN AND CERTIFICATIONWichita State University John Tomblin8/12/2014$150,000.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-WISU-28
EFFECT OF CARCRC DEPOT REPAIRS ON COMPOSITE AIRFRAME STRUCTURESWichita State University John Tomblin8/12/2014$125,000.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-WISU-29
DAMAGE TOLERANCE TESTING AND ANALYSIS PROTOCOLS FOR FULL-SCALE COMPOSITE AIRFRAME STRUCTURES UNDER REPEATED LOADINGWichita State University John Tomblin8/12/2014$150,000.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-WISU-30
IMPACT DAMAGE FORMATION ON COMPOSITE AIRCRAFT STRUCTURESThe Regents of the University of California, San DiegoHyonny Kim8/6/2014$150,000.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-UCSD-5
Non-destructive Evaluation Methods for Detecting Major Damage in Internal Composite Structural ComponentsThe Regents of the University of California, San DiegoHyonny Kim6/11/2014$292,554.00David Westlund12-C-AM-UCSD-4
Composite Manufacturing Technology Safety AwarenessWichita State University John Tomblin5/5/2014$25,000.00Allan Abramowitz12-C-AM-WISU-25
Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification GuidanceWichita State University John Tomblin4/14/2014$53,000.00Allan Abramowitz12-C-AM-WISU-24
Certification of Discontinuous Composite Material Forms for Aircraft StructuresUniversity of WashingtonMark Tuttle3/6/2014$30,012.00Lynn Pham12-C-AM-UW-13
Administration of the Center of Excellence for Composites and Advanced Materials (CECAM) at Wichita State University.Wichita State University Dr. John Tomblin10/23/2013$75,000.00Curtis Davies12-C-AM-WISU-20

COE FY 2013 Grant Awards

Alternative Jet Fuels and Environment in FY13

Alternative Jet Fuels and Environment in FY13
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-BU-01Start Up ActivitiesBoston UniversityJ. Levy9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-GIT-01Start Up ActivitiesGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-MST-01Start Up ActivitiesMissouri University of Science and TechnologyP. Whitefield9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-PSU-01Start Up ActivitiesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityV. Sparrow9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-PU-01Start Up ActivitiesPurdue UniversityD. DeLaurentis9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-SU-01Start Up ActivitiesLeland Stanford Junior UniversityJ. Alonso9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-UD-01Start Up ActivitiesUniversity of DaytonS. Zabarnick9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-UH-01Start Up ActivitiesUniversity of HawaiiA. Hashimoto9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-UI-01Start Up ActivitiesUniversity of IllinoisD. Wuebbles9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-UTENN-01Start Up ActivityUniversity of TennesseeT. Rials9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-UW-01Start Up ActivitiesUniversity of WashingtonR. Gustafson9/13/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-OSU-01Start Up ActivitiesOregon State UniversityJ. Talbott9/17/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-UNC-01Start Up ActivitiesUniversity of North CarolinaS. Arunachalam9/17/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-UPENN-01Start Up ActivitiesUniversity of PennsylvaniaM. Basner9/17/13$5,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-MIT-01Start Up ActivitiesMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyS. Barrett9/13/13$10,000
J. Hileman13-C-AJFE-WSU-01Start Up ActivitiesWashington State UniversityD. Norquist9/13/13$20,000

General Aviation - PEGASAS Awards in FY 2013

General Aviation - PEGASAS Awards in FY 2013
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
C. Johnson12-C-GA-FIT-02Project 2 - Rotorcraft ASIASFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Cusik8/13/2013$85,000
M. Vu12-C-GA-FIT-03Project 3 - Angle of Attack Equipment in General Aviation OperationsFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Cusik8/13/2013$139,988
C. Johnson12-C-GA-GIT-03Project 2 - Rotorcraft ASIASGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris8/13/2013$283,889
D. Barbagallo12-C-GA-ISU-02Project 1 - Heated Airport PavementsIowa State UniversityH. Ceylan8/14/2013$271,141
M. Vu12-C-GA-OSU-02Project 3 - Angle of Attack Equipment in General Aviation OperationsOregon State UniversityS. Young8/13/2013$129,415
C. Johnson12-C-GA-PU-03Project 2 - Rotorcraft ASIASPurdue UniversityK. Marais8/13/2013$86,111
M. Vu12-C-GA-PU-04Project 3 - Angle of Attack Equipment in General Aviation OperationsPurdue UniversityB. Dillman8/13/2013$128,305
D. Barbagallo12-C-GA-PU-05Project 1 - Heated Airport PavementsPurdue UniversityJ. Weiss8/4/2013$100,847
D. Barbagallo12-C-GA-PU-6Project 1- Heated Airport PavementsPurdue UniversityJ. Weiss9/6/13$92,843
D. Barbagallo12-C-GA-ISU-03Project 1 - Heated Airport Pavements.Iowa State UniversityH. Ceylan9/6/13$178,701

Commercial Space Transportation Awards in FY 2013

Commercial Space Transportation Awards in FY 2013
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
K. Hatton10-C-CST-SU-025Unified 4D Trajectory Approach for Integrated Management of Commercial Air and Space TrafficLeland Stanford Junior UniversityJ. Alonso4/5/2013$130,000
K. Davidian10-C-CST-SU-027Role of the COE-CST in Encourage, Facilitate and PromoteLeland Stanford Junior UniversityJ. Alonso7/1/2013$71,284
K. Davidian10-C-CST-FIT-20COE CST Collaboration CoordinationFlorida Institute of TechnologyT. Fiedler8/27/2013$99,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-FSU-18Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris Mitigation.Florida State UniversityE. Collins8/12/2013$10,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-NMT-11Magneto-Elastic Sensing for Structural Health MonitoringNew Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyA. Zagrai8/27/2013$19,000
N.Demidovich10-C-CST-NMT-12Reduced-Order non-Linear Dynamic System Models.New Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyK. Miller8/27/2013$22,000
H. Lampazzi10-C-CST-UC-25Spacecraft Human RatingUniversity of ColoradoD. Klaus8/27/2013$19,000
K. Davidian10-C-CST-UC-26Role of the COE CST in Encourage, Facilitate and Promote.University of ColoradoG. Born8/27/2013$24,716
H. Lampazzi10-C-CST-UTMB-024Wearable Biomedical Monitoring Equipment.The University of Texas Medical Branch at GalvestonT. Castleberry8/27/2013$15,000
R. Rey10-C-CST-NMSU-17Establishment of Framework for Commercial Space Launch StandardsNew Mexico State UniversityP. Hynes12/11/13$3,000
D. Murray10-C-CST-SU-32Unified 4D Trajectory Approach for Integrated Management of Commercial Air and Space Traffic.Leland Stanford Junior UniversityJ. Alonso9/24/13$3,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-NMSU-16Integration and Evaluation of ADS-B PayloadNew Mexico State UniversityP. Hynes12/11/13$4,000
K. Davidian10-C-CST-SU-39Role of the COE-CST in Encourage, Facilitate and Promote.Leland Stanford Junior UniversityJ. Alonso & S. Hubbard12/11/13$4,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-UC-28Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking Task 244University of ColoradoP. Alelrad12/9/13$5,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-UC-33Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking Task 244University of ColoradoP. Alelrad12/11/13$5,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-NMT-14entitled Magneto-Elastic Sensing for Structural Health Monitoring.New Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyA. Zagrai12/9/13$6,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-NMT-17Magneto-Elastic Sensing for Structural Health MonitoringNew Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyA. Zagrai12/11/13$7,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-UC-34Space Situational Awareness Improvements to Enable Safe Commercial Space Operations and Traffic Management Task 187University of ColoradoD. Sheeres12/11/13$8,000
Nick Demidovich10-C-CST-NMT-18Reduced-Order non-Linear Dynamic System ModelsNew Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyK. Miller12/11/13$8,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-NMT-15Reduced-Order non-Linear Dynamic System Models.New Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyK. Miller & W. Ostergren12/9/13$8,000
K. Shelton-Mur10-C-CST-SU-33Mitigate Threats through Space Environment Modeling/Prediction Including Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris (MMOD).Leland Stanford Junior UniversityS. Close9/24/13$8,000
Y. Tran10-C-CST-NMT-19Nitrous Oxide Composite Tank TestingNew Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyW. Ostergren12/11/13$9,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-UCF-11Ultra High Temperature Composites, Damage Modeling and Health Monitoring for TPSUniversity of Central FloridaJ. Goe9/23/13$10,000
K. Shelton-Mur10-C-CST-SU-31Mitigate Threats through Space Environment Modeling/Prediction Including Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris (MMOD).Leland Stanford Junior UniversityS. Close9/24/13$10,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-SU-37Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris Mitigation.Leland Stanford Junior UniversityS. Rock12/11/13$11,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-NMSU-14Integration and Evaluation of ADS-B PayloadNew Mexico State UniversityP. Hynes12/9/13$14,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-FSU-20Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris MitigationFlorida State UniversityE. Collins11/27/13$15,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-FSU-22High Temperature, Optical Sapphire Pressure Sensors for Hypersonic VehicleFlorida State UniversityW. Oates11/27/13$15,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-UFL-16High Temperature, Optical Sapphire Pressure Sensors for Hypersonic Vehicles.University of FloridaM. Sheplak12/11/13$15,000
D. Murray10-C-CST-SU-36Multi-Disciplinary Analysis Environment for Safety Assessment of Commercial Launch and Reentry Systems.Leland Stanford Junior UniversityJ. Alonso & S. Hubbard9/24/13$15,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-SU-34Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris Mitigation.Leland Stanford Junior UniversityS. Rock9/24/13$18,000
R. Rey10-C-CST-NMSU-15Establishment of Framework for Commercial Space Launch StandardsNew Mexico State UniversityP. Hynes12/9/13$18,000
H. Lampazzi10-C-CST-UC-29Spacecraft Human Rating Task 184University of ColoradoD. Klaus12/9/13$19,000
R. Rey10-C-CST-UC-30Development of Masters Level Commercial Launch, On-orbit, and Re-entry Operations Instruction Criteria Task 257University of ColoradoG. Born12/9/13$20,000
D. Murray10-C-CST-SU-38Multi-Disciplinary Analysis Environment for Safety Assessment of Commercial Launch and Reentry Systems.Leland Stanford Junior UniversityJ. Alonso12/11/13$24,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-UCF-12Ultra High Temperature Composites, Damage Modeling and Health Monitoring for TPSUniversity of Central FloridaJ. Goe & J. Kapat12/11/13$27,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-UC-31Situational Awareness Improvements to Enable Safe Commercial Space Operations and Traffic Management Task 187University of ColoradoD. Sheeres12/9/13$28,000
H. Lampazzi10-C-CST-UTMB-25Centrifuge Testing/Testing and Training of Personnel and Hardware in High-G Profiles using the NASTAR Center CentrifugeThe University of Texas Medical Branch at GalvestonJ. Vanderploeg9/23/13$30,000
D. Murray10-C-CST-FIT-23Air and Space Traffic ConsiderationFlorida Institute of TechnologyN. Villaire12/11/13$30,000
Y. Tran10-C-CST-NMT-16Nitrous Oxide Composite Tank Testing.New Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyW. Ostergren12/9/13$33,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-FSU-23Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris MitigationFlorida State UniversityE. Collins12/11/13$37,000
H. Lampazzi10-C-CST-UTMB-026Centrifuge Testing/Testing and Training of Personnel and Hardware in High-G Profiles using the NASTAR Center Centrifuge.The University of Texas Medical Branch at GalvestonJ. Vanderploeg11/26/13$43,000
K. Davidian10-C-CST-SU-35Role of the COE-CST in Encourage, Facilitate and Promote.Leland Stanford Junior UniversityJ. Alonso & S. Hubbard9/24/13$45,000
D. Murray10-C-CST-FIT-22Air and Space Traffic ConsiderationFlorida Institute of TechnologyN. Villaire9/23/13$45,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-UFL-15High Temperature, Optical Sapphire Pressure Sensors for Hypersonic Vehicles.University of FloridaM. Sheplak9/23/13$60,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-FSU-21High Temperature, Optical Sapphire Pressure Sensors for Hypersonic VehiclesFlorida State UniversityW. Oates11/17/13$60,000

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2013

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2013
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
R. Jeffries09-C-NE-MIT-028Development of a Distruibuted Approach to System Level Uncertainty QuantificationMITK. Willcox10/17/2012$83,000
C. Ma09-C-NE-MST-009(Funding by Transport Canada) Demostration of the ARP Compliant System for Aircraft Non-Volatile PM Emission MeasurementMissouri University of Science and TechnologyP. Whitefield3/4/2013$210,000
J. DiPardo09-C-NE-GIT-035EDS Development and Application (EDS and GREAT Enhancements and Application)Georgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris4/8/2013$425,000
P. Moran09-C-NE-GIT-034System Level Implications of Changes in Future Aircraft Mission SpecificationsGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris4/8/2013$50,000
L. Windhoffer09-C-NE-GIT-036NextGen CO2 Sample Problem AnalysisGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris4/9/2013$107,000
L. Windhoffer09-C-NE-GIT-037Assessment of CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification and Fleet Performance Monitoring from a NAS PerspectiveGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris4/9/2013$126,000
C. Ma09-C-NE-MST-010Demonstration of the ARP Compliant System for Aircraft Non-Volatile PM Emissions Measurements at Williams International Engine Test FacilitiesMissouri University of Science and TechnologyP. Whitefield4/16/2013$110,186
B. He09-C-NE-PU-018Propagation of noise from en-route aircraft – The Convective Amplification Effects of Fast Moving Noise SourcesPurdue UniversityK. Li05/09/13$30,000
N. Sizov09-C-NE-HU-008Health Effects of Aviation-Related Noise in the ElderlyHarvard UniversityF. Dominici05/14/13$50,000
R. Halthore10-C-NE-UI-006Special Augmentation to Development and Evaluation of Climate Metrics for Aviation Based on Climate – Chemistry ModelingUniversity of IllinoisD. Wuebbles05/07/13$100,000
R. Halthore09-C-NE-SU-006Studying the Effects of Aircraft Exhaust on Global and Regional ClimateLeland Stanford Junior UniversityM. Jacobson05/14/13$100,000
R. Jefferies09-C-NE-GIT-038EDS Assessment of CLEEN TechnologyGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris05/28/13$187,500
C. Ma09-C-NE-MST-011Inter-Comparison of ARP Compliant System for Aircraft Non-Volatile PM Emissions MeasurementsMissouri University of Science and TechnologyP. Whitefield05/28/13$500,000
S. Liu09-C-NE-PSU-016Project 8_Sonic Boom Metrics -Task 15 Low Boom Response Comparison TaskThe Pennsylvania State UniversityK. Hodgdon06/01/13$20,000
J. Hileman09-C-NE-MIT-030Program Management for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Mitigation COEMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyI.Waitz06/10/13$205,000
P. Moran09-C-NE-SU-007System-Level Implications of Changes in Future Aircraft Mission SpecificationsLeland Stanford Junior UniversityJ. Alonso7/1/2013$50,000
L. Windhoffer09-C-NE-GIT-039Assessment of CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification and Fleet Performance Monitoring from a NAS PerspectiveGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris7/10/2013$124,000
L. Windhoffer09-C-NE-GIT-040NextGen CO2 Sample Problem AnalysisGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris7/10/2013$143,000
J. DiPardo09-C-NE-GIT-041EDS Development and Application (EDS and GREAT Enhancements and ApplicationGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris7/10/2013$475,000
M. Masan09-C-NE-PU-019Noise Exposure Response – AnnoyancePurdue UniversityP. Davies7/10/2013$70,000
D.Jacob09-C-NE-UNC-007Development of Refined Aviation Air Quality ToolsUniversity of North CarolinaS. Arunachalam7/16/2013$200,000
D. Jacob10-C-NE-BU-009Development of Aviation Air Quality Assessment ToolsBoston UniversityJ. Levy7/16/2013$50,000
N. Sizov10-C-NE-UPENN-004Noise Exposure Response - Sleep DisturbanceUniversity of PennsylvaniaM. Basner7/16/2013$225,805
S. Liu09-C-NE-PSU-017Project 8_Sonic Boom Metrics Task 8.16: Sonic Boom Variability EffectsThe Pennsylvania State UniversityV.Sparrow7/18/2013$55,000
B. He09-C-NE-PSU-018Sound Transmission Indoors Study of Whole Houses Modeling Tool to Simulate Sound Isolation of Dwelling EnvelopesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityV.Sparrow7/18/2013$20,000
B. He09-C-NE-GIT-042Sound Transmission Indoors Study of Whole HousesGeorgia Tech Research CorporationE. Ryherd7/22/2013$74,000
J. DiPardo09-C-NE-PSU-019The Effect of Early Evening and Nighttime Aircraft Noise on Children's LearningThe Pennsylvania State UniversityM. Vigeant7/22/2013$50,000
B. He09-C-NE-PSU-021Source Emission and PropagationThe Pennsylvania State UniversityV.Sparrow7/25/2013$80,000
D. Jacob09-C-NE-MIT-032Development of Aviation Air Quality Assessment Tools.Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyS. Barrett8/31/2013$150,000
J.Skalecky09-C-NE-MIT-033Development of a Distributed Approach to System Level Uncertainty Quantification.Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyK. Willcox8/14/2013$184,000
D. Jacob09-C-NE-MIT-034Improving Aviation Climate Policy Analysis Tools using ACCRI Results.Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyS. Barrett8/14/2013$150,000
C. Ma09-C-NE-MST-12Round-Robin inter-comparison studies of an ARP Reference system with an OEM systemMissouri University of Science and TechnologyP. Whitefield8/1/2013$370,000
C. Ma09-C-NE-MST-13Examination of Engine to Engine PM Emissions Variability Using an ARP Reference Sampling and Measurement SystemMissouri University of Science and TechnologyP. Whitefield8/1/2013$500,000
F. Grandi09-C-NE-PSU-20OutreachThe Pennsylvania State UniversityK. Hodgdon8/1/2013$30,000
B. He09-C-NE-PSU-22Project 38 - Sound Transmission Indoors Study of Whole Houses.The Pennsylvania State UniversityKathleen Hodgdon8/6/2013$6,000
B. He09-C-NE-PU-20The Convective Amplification Effects of Fast Moving Noise.Purdue UniversityK. Li8/6/2013$20,000
N. Sizov09-C-NE-HU-9Health Effects of Aviation-Related Noise in the Elderly Harvard UniversityF. Dominici9/1/13$50,000
R. Halthore10-C-NE-UI-7Development and Evaluation of Climate Metrics for Aviation Based on Climate Chemistry Modeling.University of IllinoisD. Wuebbles9/1/13$150,000
R. Jefferies09-C-NE-GIT-43EDS Assessment of CLEEN TechnologyGeorgia Tech Research CorporationD. Mavris9/1/13$197,500
D. Jacob09-C-NE-UNC-8Sensitivity and Strategy Modeling on a National Scale for Destination 2025 Air Quality GoalsUniversity of North CarolinaS. Arunachalam9/1/13$200,000
R. Halthore09-C-NE-SU-8Proposal to Calculate Effects of Current Aircraft on Surface Air Quality, 2050 Alternative Fuels on Climate, and 2050 Aircraft on Contrails.Leland Stanford Junior UniversityM. Jacobson9/1/13$225,000
C. Ma09-C-NE-MIT-31Sustainability Assessment of Alternative Jet Fuels.Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyS. Barrett9/1/13$700,000

Advanced Materials Awards in FY 2013

Advanced Materials Awards in FY 2013
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
L. Pham12-C-AM-UCSD-002Impact Damage Formation on Composite Aircraft StructuresUCSDH. Kim5/16/2013$3,096
A. Abramowitz12-C-AM-WISU-009Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification GuidanceWichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin7/1/2013$52,000
C. Davies12-C-AM-WISU-010Composites Materials HandbookWichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin7/1/2013$125,000
D. Westlund12-C-AM-FIU-02Effect of Surface Contamination on Composite Bond Integrity and DurabilityFlorida International UniversityD. McDaniel8/5/2013$75,000
L. Pham12-C-AM-OSU-02Failure of Notched Laminates Under Out-of-plane Bending.Oregon State UniversityJohn Parmigiani8/1/2013$75,000
D. Westlund12-C-AM-UU-04Development and Evaluation of Fracture Mechanics test Methods for Sandwich Composites.University of UtahD. Adams8/1/2013$75,000
D. Westlund12-C-AM-UU-05Durability of Adhesively Bonded Joints for Aircraft StructuresUniversity of UtahD. Adams8/5/2013$75,000
D. Westlund12-C-AM-UW-06Development of an Active Flutter Suppression Research PlanUniversity of WashingtonE. Livne8/1/2013$190,727
L. Pham12-C-AM-UW-08Delamination/Disbond Arrest Features in Aircraft Composite Structure.University of WashingtonK. Lin8/1/2013$75,000
D. Westlund12-C-AM-UW-10Improving Adhesive Bonding of Composite through Surface Characterization.University of Washington B. Flinn8/31/2013$75,000
L. Pham12-C-AM-WISU-11Effect of CACRC Depot Repairs on Composite Airframe StructuresWichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin8/1/2013$125,000
L. Pham12-C-AM-WISU-12Damage Tolerance Testing and Analysis Protocols for Full-Scale Composite Airframe Structures under Repeated Loading.Wichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin8/1/2013$150,000
D. Westlund12-C-AM-WISU-13Environmental Factor Influence on Composite Design and Certification.Wichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin8/5/2013$100,000
C. Davies12-C-AM-WISU-14Composites Materials HandbookWichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin8/6/2013$125,000
A. Abramowitz12-C-AM-WISU-15Evaluation of Aerospace 2 point Lap Belts Under FAR25.562 Dynamic Test ConditionsWichita State UniversityG. Olivares8/6/2013$60,000
A. Abramowitz12-C-AM-WISU-17Certification by Analysis- Structural CrashworthinessWichita State UniversityG. Olivares8/13/2013$100,000
D. Westlund12-C-AM-WSU-01Durabality of Bonded Aerospace StructureWashington State UniversityL. Smith8/31/2013$25,000
C. Davies12-C-AM-UW-011Administration of the JAMS-AMTAS FAA Center of Excellence.University of WashingtonM. Tuttle9/19/13$75,858
A. Abramowitz12-C-AM-UW-9Development of Analysis/Test Certification Protocol for Crashworthiness of Composite-intensive Commercial Transport Fuselage.University of WashingtonP. Feraboli9/1/13$100,000
A. Abramowitz12-C-AM-WISU-16Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification GuidanceWichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin9/1/13$100,000
L. Pham12-C-AM-WISU-18Dynamic Response of Composite Structures Subjected to Blast Loading.Wichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin9/2/13$125,000

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment Awards in FY 2013

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment Awards in FY 2013
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
J. Watson10-C-RITE-UMDNJ-003Bleed Air Characterization in Commercial AircraftUMDNJDr. Clifford Weisel1/9/2013$116,909
J. Watson10-C-RITE-KSU-009Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsKansas State UniversityByron Jones05/13/13$174,854
J. Watson10-C-RITE-AU-006Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment (RITE)-Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsAuburn UniversityR. Overfelt05/13/13$175,000
J. Watson10-C-RITE-KSU-010Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsKansas State UniversityB. Jones06/18/13$64,800
J. Watson10-C-RITE-AU-007Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsAuburn UniversityR. Overfelt06/18/13$65,691
J. Watson10-C-RITE-BSU-005Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsBoise State UniversityDr. Sin Ming Loo06/18/13$182,694
J. Watson10-C-RITE-UMDNJ-005Bleed Air Characterization in Commercial AircraftRutgers Biomedical and Health SciencesC. Weisel06/18/13$186,609

General Aviation - CGAR Awards in FY 2013

General Aviation - CGAR Awards in FY 2013
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
R. Bassey07-C-GA-UND-040Helicopter Lighting SystemUNDT. Zeidlik12/20/2012$68,000
C. Stephens07-C-GA-ERAU-048Radar, ADS-B, ASD-X, and FDM AnalysisEmbry Riddle Aeronatical UniversityK. Rigby1/28/2013$70,677
C. Stephens07-C-GA-UND-041Radar, ADS-B, ASDE-X, and FDM AnalysisUniversity of North DakotaL. Martin1/28/2013$84,160
P. Maloney07-C-GA-UND-046Proposal to Perform a Legal Analysis of 14 C.F.R. Part 91 " See and Avoid" Rules to Identify Provisions Focused on PilotUniversity of North DakotaE. Anderson5/9/2013$59,113

COE FY 2012 Grant Awards

Commercial Space Transportation Awards in FY 2012

Commercial Space Transportation Awards in FY 2012
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
K. Davidian10-C-CST-University of Colorado-012Role of the COE CST in Encourage, Facilitate and PromoteUniversity of ColoradoG. Born12/20/2011$13,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-UFL-006Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris MitigationFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Durrance12/20/2011$31,500
R. Rey10-C-CST-NMSU-004Establishment of Framework for Commercial Space Launch StandardsNew Mexico State UniversityersityP. Hynes12/20/2011$24,000
D. Murray10-C-CST-SU-016Analysis Environment for Safety Assessment and Certification of Commercial Launch and Reentry SystemsStanford UniversityJ.Alonso12/20/2011$24,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-FSU-009High Temperature, Optical Sapphire Pressure Sensors for Hypersonic VehiclesFlorida State UniversityW. Oates1/4/2012$21,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-University of Central Florida-006Ultra High Temperature Composites, Damage Modeling and Health Monitoring for TPSUniversity of Central FloridaJ. Goe1/24/2012$42,000
K. Shelton-Mur10-C-CST-University of Colorado-013Mitigate Threats Through Space Environment Modeling/PredictionUniversity of ColoradoT. Fuller-Rowell1/24/2012$18,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-Florida Institute of Technology-005Air and Space Traffic ConsiderationFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Durrance2/1/2012$17,000
K. DavidianCA 10-C-CST-SU-018Role of the COE CST to encourage, facilitate, and promote commercial space transportationStanford UniversityJ. Alanso & S. Hubbard5/14/2012$140,123
S. Earle10-C-CST-University of Colorado-016Space situational awareness improvements to enable safe commercial space operations and traffic managementUniversity of ColoradoD. Sheeres5/25/2012$67,069
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-University of Central Florida-008Ultra high temperature composites for thermal protection systemsUniversity of Central FloridaJ. Goe & J. Kapat5/31/2012$114,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-FSU-011Task 241: High Temp, Optical Sapphire Pressure Sensors for Hypersonic VehiclesFlorida State UniversityD. William Oates5/31/2012$86,853
P. Melroy10-C-CST-University of Colorado-017Spacecraft human ratingUniversity of ColoradoD. Klauss6/1/2012$52,350
M. McElliot10-C-CST-NMSU-006Establishment of framework for commercial space launch standardsNew Mexico State UniversityP. Hynes6/1/2012$57,234
M. McElliott10-C-CST-NMSU-008Develop a spaceport operations frameworkNew Mexico State UniversityersityP. Hynes6/4/2012$35,497
D. Gerlach10C-CST-UTMB-014Development of minor Injury Severity Scale for Orbital Human Space FlightUniver of Texas Medical Branch @ GalvestonR. Jennings6/11/2012$25,422
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-UF-008High Temperature, Optical Saphire Pressure Sensors for Hypersonic VehiclesUniversity of FloridaM. Sheplak6/21/2012$87,000
K. Davidian10-C-CST-UFL-010Technical Oversight for UFLUniversity of FloridaN. Fitz-Coy7/24/2012$0
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-UFL-009Autonomous Rendevous and Docking for Space Debris MitigationUniversity of FloridaN. Fitz-Coy7/24/2012$0
D. Murray10-C-CST-FIT-007Air and Space Traffic ConsiderationFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Durrance8/3/2012$23,526
D. Murray10-C-CST-FIT-008Air and Space Traffic ConsiderationFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Durrance8/3/2012$26,566
K. Davidian10-C-CST-UC-018Role of the COE CST in Encourage, Facilitate and PromoteUniversity of ColoradoG. Born8/7/2012$0
K. Davidian10-C-CST-FIT-009Outreach ��� Commercial Space TransportationFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Durrance8/8/2012$24,650
A. Weil10-C-CST-SU-021Unified 4D Trajectory Approach for Integrated Management of Commercial Air and Space TrafficStanford UniversityJ. Alonso8/23/2012$580
A. Weil10-C-CST-SU-019Unified 4D Trajectory Approach for Integrated Management of Commercial Air and Space TrafficStanford UniversityJ. Alonso8/23/2012$17,416
A. Weil10-C-CST-SU-020Analysis Environment for Safety Assessment and Certification of Commercial Launch and Reentry SystemsStanford UniversityJ. Alonso8/23/2012$51,288
K.Shelton-Mur10-C-CST-SU-022Mitigate Threats through Space Environment Modeling/Prediction Including Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris (MMOD)Stanford UniversityS. Close8/24/2012$50,000
K. Davidian10-C-CST-FSU-012Technical Oversight and IntegrationFlorida State UniversityF. Alvi8/31/2012$50,000
D. Murray10-C-CST-FIT-010Air and Space Traffic ConsiderationFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Durrance9/10/2012$40,000
K. Davidian10-C-CST-FIT-011Outreach ��� Commercial Space TransportationFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Durrance9/18/2012$4,000
K. Davidian10-C-CST-FIT-012COE CST Collaboration CoordinationFlorida Institute of TechnologyS. Durrance9/18/2012$120,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-FSU-013Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris MitigationFlorida State UniversityE. Collins9/18/2012$94,038
K. Davidian10-C-CST-FSU-014Technical Oversight and IntegrationFlorida State UniversityF. Alvi9/18/2012$5,000
N. Demidovich10-C-CST-NMSU-009Integration and Evaluation of ADS-B PayloadsNew Mexico State UniversityersityP. Hynes9/18/2012$61,191
M. McElligott10-C-CST-NMSU-010Establishment of Framework for Commercial Space Launch StandardsNew Mexico State UniversityersityP. Hynes9/18/2012$5,000
Yvonne Trav10-C-CST-NMT-006Nitrous Oxide Composite Tank TestingNew Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyW. Ostergren9/18/2012$121,227
K. Shelton-Mur10-C-CST-SU-023Mitigate Threats through Space Environment Modeling/Prediction Including Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris (MMOD)Stanford UniversityS. Close9/18/2012$18,042
S. Earle10-C-CST-SU-024Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris MitigationStanford UniversityS. Rock9/18/2012$22,128
K. Shelton-Mur10-C-CST-UC-019Mitigate Threats Through Space Environment Modeling/PredictionUniversity of ColoradoT. Fuller-Rowell9/18/2012$40,000
K. Davidian10-C-CST-UC-020Role of the COE CST in Encourage, Facilitate and PromoteUniversity of ColoradoG. Born9/18/2012$36,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-UC-021Autonomous Rendezvous and DockingUniversity of ColoradoP. Alelrad9/18/2012$94,467
R. Rey10-C-CST-UC-022Development of Masters Level Commercial Launch, On-orbit, and Re-entry Operations Instruction CriteriaUniversity of ColoradoG. Born9/18/2012$33,486
P. Melroy10-C-CST-UC-023Spacecraft Human RatingUniversity of ColoradoD. Klaus9/18/2012$50,000
S. Earle10-C-CST-UFL-011Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space DebrisUniversity of FloridaN. Fitz-Coy9/18/2012$100,000

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2012

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2012
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
J. DiPardo09-C-NE-Georgia Institute of Technology-024EDS Development and ApplicationGeorgia Institute of TechnologyD. Mavris4/5/2012$900,000
M. Masan09-C-NE-Purdue University-014Noise ExpoStanford Universityre Response - AnnoyancePurdue UniversityP.Davies4/6/2012$110,000
R. Halthore10-C-NE-Stanford University-004Studying the Effects of Aircraft Exhaust on Global and Regional ClimateStanford UniversityM. Jacobson4/20/2012$150,000
N. Sizov09-C-NE-Purdue University-015Noise ExpoStanford Universityre Response - Sleep DisturbancePurdue UniversityP. Davies4/20/2012$25,000
C. Sequira10-C-NE-Boston University-003Health Impacts of Aviation-Related Air PollutantsBoston UniversityJ. Levy4/20/2012$100,000
L. Windhoffer09-C-NE-Georgia Institute of Technology-026Assessment of CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification and Fleet Performance MonitoringGeorgia Institute of TechnologyD. Mavris4/20/2012$190,000
C. Ma10-C-NE-Missouri Univeristy of Science & Technology-008Aerospace Recommended Practice ��� Reference Gold Standard System Development and Validation StudiesMissouri Univeristy of Science & TechnologyP. Whitefield4/20/2012$1,000,000
C. Ma10-C-NE-Missouri Univeristy of Science & Technology-007Recommended Practice ��� Analysis and Interpretation of Data from the SR Technics CampaignMissouri Univeristy of Science & TechnologyP. Whitefield4/20/2012$295,000
H. He09-C-NE-Georgia Institute of Technology-028Sound Transmission Indoors Study of Whole HousesGeorgia Institute of TechnologyE. Ryherd5/7/2012$62,000
P. Moran09-C-NE-Georgia Institute of Technology-027System Level Implications of Changes in Future Aircraft Mission SpecificationsGeorgia Institute of TechnologyD. Mavris5/7/2012$100,000
P. Moran09-C-NE-Georgia Institute of Technology-027System level implications of changes in future aircraft mission specificationsGeorgia Institute of TechnologyD. Mavris5/7/2012$100,000
N. Sizov10-C-NE-University of Pennsylvania-003Noise exposure response sleep disturbanceUniversity of PennsylvaniaM. Basner5/7/2012$95,000
F. Grandi09-C-NE-Stanford University-011OutreachStanford UniversityK. Hodgdon5/7/2012$40,000
B. HE09-C-NE-Georgia Institute of Technology-028Sound and transmission indoors of whole housesGeorgia Institute of TechnologyE. Ryherd5/7/2012$62,000
P. Moran09-C-NE-Massachusetts Institute of Technology-019System level implications of changes in future aircraft mission specificationsMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyR. Hansman5/7/2012$99,603
N. Sizov09-C-NE-University of Pennsylvania-003Noise exposure response sleep disturbanceUniversity of PennsylvaniaM. Basner5/7/2012$95,000
B. HE09-C-NE-Purdue University-016propagation of noise from en-route aircraftPurdue UniversityK. Ming Li5/7/2012$38,000
B. HE09-C-NE-Purdue University-016Propagation of noise from en-route aircraftPurdue UniversityK. Ming Li5/7/2012$38,000
P. Moran09-C-NE-Massachusetts Institute of Technology-019System Level Implications of Changes in Future Aircraft Mission SpecificationsMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyR. Hansman5/7/2012$99,603
B. HE09-C-NE-Stanford University-010Source Emission and PropagationStanford UniversityV. Sparrow5/7/2012$70,000
B. HE09-C-NE-Stanford University-012Sound Transmission Indoors ��� Study of Whole HousesStanford UniversityV. Sparrow5/7/2012$13,000
H. He09-C-NE-Georgia Institute of Technology-029Predition of far-fiel source noise from en-route commercial aircraft during climb out and desentGeorgia Institute of TechnologyD. Mavris5/11/2012$55,000
B. HE09-C-NE-Stanford University-015Sound Transmission Indoors-Investigate Opportunities to Stanford Universitypport Interior Noise Impact StudiesStanford UniversityK. Hodgdon5/15/2012$15,000
R. Jefferies09-C-NE-Georgia Institute of Technology-030EDS assessment of clean technologyGeorgia Institute of TechnologyD. Mavris5/17/2012$450,000
J. Hileman09-C-NE-Massachusetts Institute of Technology-021Program management for aircraft noise and aviation emissionsMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyI. Waitz5/17/2012$50,000
J. Hileman09-C-NE-Massachusetts Institute of Technology-022Program management for aircraft noise and aviation emissionsMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyI. Waitz5/17/2012$435,000
T. Cuddy09-C-NE-Massachusetts Institute of Technology-020Understanding the relationship between aviation economics and the broader economyMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyN. Winchester5/17/2012$100,000
C. Sequiera09-C-NE-UNC-004Development of integrated air quality modeling platform for US-project 16University of North CarolinaS. Aranachalam5/22/2012$240,000
L. Windhoffer09-C-NE-Georgia Institute of Technology-031Assessment of CO2 emission metrics for commercial aircraft certification and fleet performance monitoring from a NAS perspectiveGeorgia Institute of TechnologyD. Mavris5/29/2012$260,000
D. Jacob09-C-NE-UNC-005Development and Enhancement of Air Quality ModelingUniversity of North CarolinaS. Aranachalam7/12/2012$69,896
D. Jacob10-C-NE-UI-005Special Augmentation to Development and Evaluation of Climate Metrics for Aviation Based on Climate- Chemistry Modeling AnalysisUniversity of IllinoisD. Wuebbles7/12/2012$50,000
P. Moran09-C-NE-PU-017End Around Taxiway (EAT) Environmental OptimizationUniversity of IllinoisK. Marias7/12/2012$45,828

Advanced Materials Awards in FY 2012

Advanced Materials Awards in FY 2012
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
A. Abramowitz08-C-AM-WISU-033Composite structural engineering safety awarenessWichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin5/30/2012$145,000
C. Davies08-C-AM-WISU-032Composite materials handbookWichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin5/30/2012$125,000
C. Davies08-C-AM-WISU-034Composit Material Handbook Grant # 11059090Wichita State UniversityJ. Tomblin6/28/2012$20,000
D. Westlund12-C-AM-UU-001Cooperative Agreement 08-C-AM-UU Amendment No 7Univeristy of UtahD. Adams7/12/2012$0

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment Awards in FY 2012

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment Awards in FY 2012
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
J. Watson10-C-RITE-BSU-003Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsBoise State UniversityS. Ming Loo2/23/2012$100,009
J. Watson10-C-RITE-AU-003Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment (RITE)-Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsAuburn UniversityR. Overfelt2/23/2012$388,484
J. Watson10-C-RITE-HU-002Exposure to Flame Retardants in Commercial AircraftHarvard UniversityJ.Spengler2/23/2012$239,290
J. Watson10-C-RITE-KSU-006Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsKansas State UniversityB.Jones3/2/2012$198,221
J. Watson10-C-RITE-BSU-004In-Flight Sensor System and Database DeploymentBoise State UniversityS. Ming Loo3/7/2012$118,892
J. Watson10-C-RITE-AU-004Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points Methods Applied to Disease Transmission, on Fomites in AircraftAuburn UniversityR. Overfelt3/7/2012$213,723
J. Watson10-C-RITE-KSU-007Application of Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) Methods to Disease Transmission on Fomites in AircraftKansas State UniversityB. Jones3/22/2012$68,331
J. Watson10-C-RITE-PU-003Ozone Initiated Chemistry and Its Impact on Cabin Air QualityPurdue UniversityQ.Chen3/27/2012$100,000
J. Watson10-C-RITE-AU-005Development of a Plan for a study of Bleed Air Quality in Aircraft CabinsAuburn UR. Overfelt6/21/2012$109,076
J. Watson10-C-RITE-KSU-008Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination Events Development of a Plan for a Study of Bleed Air Quality in Aircraft Cabins Kansas State UniversityB. Jones6/29/2012$116,432

General Aviation Awards in FY 2012

General Aviation Awards in FY 2012
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
R. Bassey07-C-GA-University of North Dakota-029Helicopter Lighting SystemUniversity of North DakotaT. Zeidlik12/13/2011$97,180
T. Stadtmueller07-C-GA-Wichita State University-006Fly by Wire and Fly by Light Control Systems for RotorcraftWichita State UniversityA. Chakravarthy1/13/2012$80,062
T. Stadtmueller07-C-GA-Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-040Fly by Wire and Fly by Light Control Systems for RotorcraftEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityA. Stolzer1/13/2012$15,180
T. Stadtmueller07-C-GA-University of North Dakota-030Fly by Wire and Fly by Light Control Systems for RotorcraftUniversity of North DakotaE. Anderson1/13/2012$34,638
C. Stephens07-C-GA-University of North Dakota-032Radar, ADS-B, ASDE-X, and FDM AnalysisUniversity of North DakotaL. Martin1/28/2012$125,025
C. Stephens07-C-GA-Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-041RADAR, ADS-B, ASD-X, and DDM AnalysisEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityR. Anderson2/23/2012$76,581
I. Johnson07-C-GA-Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-042Weather Technology in the Cockpit ��� Pilot Training RequirementsEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityE. Blickensderfer4/2/2012$82,081
M. Vu07-C-GA-University of North Dakota-034Flight Data Monitoring ��� General Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing Phase IIUniversity of North DakotaJ. Higgins4/12/2012$230,215
M. Vu07-C-GA-University of North Dakota-033General Aviation System Safety Management ResearchUniversity of North DakotaG. Ullrich4/12/2012$49,816
M. Vu07-C-GA-Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-044General Aviation System Safety Management ResearchEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityA. Stolzer4/19/2012$49,869
M. Vu07-C-GA-Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-043Flight Data Monitoring: General Aviation Safety Information Analysis & SharingEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityD. Esser4/19/2012$61,936
R. Bassey07-C-GA-University of North Dakota-035Helicopter lighting systemsUniversity of North DakotaT. Zeidlik5/23/2012$104,886
K. Buonodonno07-CGA-UND-037SME support for FAA UAS simulator workstationUniversity of North DakotaM. Hastings6/5/2012$0
T. Stadtmueller07-C-GA-ERAU-046Fly by Wire and Fly by Light Control Systems for RotorcraftEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityR. Anderson6/6/2012$0
C. Stephens07-C-GA-ERAU-047Radar, ADS-B, ASD-X, and FDM AnalysisEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityK. Rigby6/20/2012$0

Airport Techology Awards in FY 2012

Airport Techology Awards in FY 2012
FAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
Hua H.09-C-NE-GIT-029Predidtion of far-field sourch noise from en-route commercial aircraft during climb out and descentGeorgia TechD. Mavris5/11/2012$55,000
D. Brill05-C-AT-UIUC-039Low Cost Surveillance System Program SupportUniv of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignE. Herricks6/15/2012$0
D. Brill05-C-AT-UIUC-038CEAT FOD Program SupportUniv of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignE. Herricks6/15/2012$0
D. Brill05-C-AT-UIUC-036Support of Avian Radar Assessments at Various AirportsUniv of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignE. Herricks6/15/2012$0

COE FY 2011 Grant Awards

Commercial Space Transportation Awards in FY 2011

Commercial Space Transportation Awards in FY 2011
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
J. Price 10-C-CST-CU-10 - Space Situational Awareness Improvements to Enable Safe Commercial Space Operations and Traffic Management University of Colorado 8/31/2011 $80,000
M. Mitchell 10-C-CST-CU-11 - Development of Masters Level Commercial Launch, On-orbit, and Re-entry Operations Instruction Critera University of Colorado 8/31/2011 $50,000
K. Davidian 10-C-CST-FSU-008 - Technical Oversight and Integration FSU 9/9/2011 $50,000
N. Demidovich 10-C-CST-FSU-6 - High Temperature, Optical Sapphire Pressure Sensors for Hypersonic Vehicles FSU 9/1/2011 $30,000
N. Demidovich 10-C-CST-FSU-007 - Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris Mitigation FSU 9/9/2011 $45,000
M. Mitchell 10-C-CST-SU-12 - Unified 4D Trajectory Approach for Integrated Management of Commercial Air and Space Traffic Stanford University 9/6/2011 $50,000
M. Mitchell 10-C-CST-SU-13 - Mitigate Threats through Space Environment Modeling/Prediction Including Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris (MMOD) Stanford University 9/6/2011 $50,000
N. Demidovich 10-C-CST-SU-14 -Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking for Space Debris Mitigation Stanford University 9/6/2011 $40,000
K. Davidian 10-C-CST-UCF-4 - Technical Oversight for UCF University of Central Florida 8/31/2011 $10,000
N. Demidovich 10-C-CST-UFL-005 - High Temperature, Optical Sapphire Pressure Sensors for Hypersonic Vehicles University of Florida 9/9/2012 $60,000
D. Graham 10-C-CST-UTMB-12 -Flight Crew Medical Standards & Passenger Acceptance Criteria University of Texas Medical Branch 9/6/2011 $35,000
Total awarded in FY 2011: $500,000

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2011

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation Awards in FY 2011
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
C. Sequeira 10-C-NE-BU-001 - Health Impacts of Aviation-Related Air Pollutants Boston University 6/29/2011 $120,000
N. Sizov 10-C-NE-BU-002 - Health Effects of Aviation-Related Noise in the Elderly Boston University 7/8/2011 $50,000
B. Hua 09-C-NE-GIT-020 - Sound Transmission Indoors Study of Whole Houses Georgia Institute of Technology 6/27/2011 $50,000
B. Hua 09-C-NE-GIT-022 - Prediction of Far-Field Source Noise from En-Route Commercial Aircraft Georgia Institute of Technology 6/28/2011 $30,000
J. DiPardo 09-C-NE-GIT-017 - EDS Development and Application Georgia Institute of Technology 6/10/2011 $750,000
L. Windhoffer 09-C-NE-GIT-015 - Assessment of CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification and Fleet Performance Monitoring from a NAS Perspective Georgia Institute of Technology 4/4/2011 $150,000
L. Windhoffer 09-C-NE-GIT-016 - Assessment of CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification and Fleet Performance Monitoring from a NAS Perspective Georgia Institute of Technology 4/27/2011 $163,000
L. Windhoffer 09-C-NE-GIT-021 - Assessment of CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification and Fleet Performance Monitoring Georgia Institute of Technology 6/27/2011 $250,000
P. Moran 09-C-NE-GIT-012 - System Level Implications of Changes in Future Aircraft Mission Specifications Georgia Institute of Technology 2/28/2011 $100,000
R. Jefferies 09-C-NE-GIT-018 - EDS Assessment of CLEEN Technology Georgia Institute of Technology 6/10/2011 $450,000
N. Sizov 09-C-NE-HU-004 - Health Effects of Aviation-Related Noise in the Elderly Harvard University 7/8/2011 $40,000
M. Gupta 09-C-NE-MIT-008 - Program Management for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Massachusetts Institute of Technology 6/27/2011 $153,840
M. Gupta 09-C-NE-MIT-012 - Program Management for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Mitigation COE Massachusetts Institute of Technology 8/17/2011 $271,160
P. Moran 09-C-NE-MIT-005 - System Level Implications of Changes in Future Aircraft Mission Specifications Massachusetts Institute of Technology 3/2/2011 $99,787
P. Moran 09-C-NE-MIT-014 - Low Power/Low Drag Approaches to Mitigate Environmental Impacts of Aviation Massachusetts Institute of Technology 9/1/2011 $40,000
T. Cuddy 09-C-NE-MIT-007 - Understanding the relationship between Aviation Economics and the broader Economy Massachusetts Institute of Technology 6/10/2011 $50,000
W. Gilette 09-C-NE-MIT-013 - Alternative Jet Fuels DLA Energy Analysis Massachusetts Institute of Technology 8/17/2011 $300,000
W. Gilette 09-C-NE-MIT-009 - Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis of Alternative Jet Fuels Massachusetts Institute of Technology 7/22/2011 $150,000
C. Ma 10-C-NE-MST-004 - Indepth Analysis of the E-31 AAFEX II Missouri University of Science and Technology 7/8/2011 $50,000
C. Ma 10-C-NE-MST-005 - Aerospace Recommended Practice Measurement Protocol Demonstration Missouri University of Science and Technology 8/31/2011 $250,000
B. Hua 09-C-NE-PSU-008 - Source Emission and Propagation Pennsylvania State University 6/27/2011 $30,324
B. Hua 09-C-NE-PSU-007 - Evaluation of the Impact of Whole-House Construction on Aircraft Noise Perception Pennsylvania State University 6/27/2011 $20,000
L. Fisher 09-C-NE-PSU-006 - Outreach Pennsylvania State University 6/27/2011 $50,000
L. Fisher 09-C-NE-PSU-009 - Sonic Boom Metrics Pennsylvania State University 7/8/2011 $70,000
B. Hua 09-C-NE-PU-010 - Propagation of noise from en-route aircraft Purdue University 6/27/2011 $20,000
L. Fisher 09-C-NE-PU-011 - Human Response - Sleep Disturbance Purdue University 6/27/2011 $70,000
L. Fisher 09-C-NE-PU-013 - Human Response - Sleep Disturbance Purdue University 8/17/2011 $5,000
M. Masan 09-C-NE-PU-009 - Noise Exposure Response - Annoyance Purdue University 6/27/2011 $110,000
P. Moran 09-C-NE-SU-002 - System-Level Implications of Changes in Future Aircraft Mission Specifications Stanford University 4/1/2011 $120,261
R. Halthore 10-C-NE-SU-003 - Studying the Effects of Aircraft Exhaust on Global and Regional Climate Stanford University 7/11/2011 $150,000
R. Halthore 10-C-NE-UI-003 - Development and Evaluation of Climate Metrics for Aviation Based on Climate-Chemistry Modeling Analyses University of Illinois 7/8/2011 $150,000
C. Sequeira 09-C-NE-UNC-002 - Extension of subgrid Scale treatment of aircraft Emissions in Air Quality Models to include Organics and Volatile PM University of North Carolina 6/27/2011 $169,996
L. Fisher 10-C-NE-UPENN-001 - Noise Exposure Response- Sleep Disturbance Univeristy of Pennsylvania 6/27/2011 $75,000
L. Fisher 09-C-NE-UPENN-002 - Noise Exposure Response- Sleep Disturbance Univeristy of Pennsylvania 9/2/2011 $30,000
Total awarded in FY 2011: $4,588,368

Advanced Materials Awards in FY 2011

Advanced Materials Awards in FY 2011
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
D. Westlund 07-C-AM-FIU-006 - Effect of Surface Contamination on Composite Bond Integrity and Durability Florida International University 8/10/2011 $75,000
L. Pham 08-C-AM-OSU-004 - Failure of Notched Laminates Under Out-of-plane Bending Oregon State University 8/9/2011 $75,000
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-UU-007 - Development and Evaluation of Fracture Mechanics Test Methods for Sandwich Composites University of Utah 7/11/2011 $62,790
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-UU-009 - Damage Tolerance Test Method Development for Sandwich Composites University of Utah 8/10/2011 $100,000
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-UU-008 - Durability of Adhesively Bonded Joints for Aircraft Structures University of Utah 8/10/2011 $75,000
C. Davies 08-C-AM-UW-018 - Administration of the FAA Center on Advanced Materials in Transport Aircraft Structures (AMTAS) University of Washington 8/9/2011 $74,835
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-UW-021 - Compliance Methodology with FAA Requirements for Crashworthiness of Composite-Intensive Aircraft Structures University of Washington 8/9/2011 $99,984
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-UW-020 - Improving Adhesive Bonding of Composite through Surface Characterization University of Washington 8/9/2011 $75,000
L. Pham 08-C-AM-UW-019 - Certification of Discontinuous Composite Material Forms for Aircraft Structures University of Washington 8/9/2011 $99,999
A. Abramowitz 08-C-AM-WISU-027 - Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification Guidance Wichita State University 6/9/2011 $127,500
A. Abramowitz 08-C-AM-WISU-022 - Certification by Analysis- Structural Crashworthiness Wichita State University 6/27/2011 $153,000
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-018 - Composite Structural Engineering Safety Awareness Wichita State University 1/24/2011 $87,731
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-020 - Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification Guidance Wichita State University 6/9/2011 $109,300
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-021 - Composites Materials Handbook Wichita State University 6/21/2011 $125,000
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-025 - Administration of the Center of Excellence for Composites and Advanced Materials at Wichita State University Wichita State University 8/9/2011 $75,000
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-WISU-024 - Development of Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer (DMA) Calibration and Testing Procedures Wichita State University 8/9/2011 $200,000
L. Pham 08-C-AM-WISU-026 - Damage Tolerance Testing and Analysis Protocols for Full-Scale Composite Airframe Structures under Repeated Loading Wichita State University 8/9/2011 $250,000
L. Pham 08-C-AM-WISU-023 - Effect of CACRC Depot Repairs on Composite Airframe Structures Wichita State University 8/9/2011 $125,000
Total awarded in FY 2011: $1,990,139

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment Awards in FY 2011

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment Awards in FY 2011
CenterFAA POCGrant NumberGrant TitleRecipient UniversityUniversity Principal InvestigatorAward DateAward Amount
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-BSU-003Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsBoise State UniversityS. Ming Loo2/23/2012$100,009
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-AU-003Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment (RITE)-Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsAuburn UniversityR. Overfelt2/23/2012$388,484
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-HU-002Exposure to Flame Retardants in Commercial AircraftHarvard UniversityJ.Spengler2/23/2012$239,290
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-KSU-006Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination EventsKansas State UniversityB.Jones3/2/2012$198,221
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-BSU-004In-Flight Sensor System and Database DeploymentBoise State UniversityS. Ming Loo3/7/2012$118,892
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-AU-004Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points Methods Applied to Disease Transmission, on Fomites in AircraftAuburn UniversityR. Overfelt3/7/2012$213,723
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-KSU-007Application of Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) Methods to Disease Transmission on Fomites in AircraftKansas State UniversityB. Jones3/22/2012$68,331
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-PU-003Ozone Initiated Chemistry and Its Impact on Cabin Air QualityPurdue UniversityQ.Chen3/27/2012$100,000
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-AU-005Development of a Plan for a study of Bleed Air Quality in Aircraft CabinsAuburn UR. Overfelt6/21/2012$109,076
CabinJ. Watson10-C-RITE-KSU-008Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination Events Development of a Plan for a Study of Bleed Air Quality in Aircraft Cabins Kansas State UniversityB. Jones6/29/2012$116,432

General Aviation Awards in FY 2011

General Aviation Awards in FY 2011
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
M. Vu 07-C-GA-ERAU-031 - General Aviation System Safety Management Research Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 11/29/2010 $134,542
P. Sparacino 01-C-ERAU-1P - Year Eleven, Management & Administrative Support - General Aviation Center of Excellence Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 8/9/2011 $170,994
I. Johnson 07-C-GA-UAA-012 - Weather in the Cockpit (WITC )- Concept of Operations University of Alaska - Anchorage 4/15/2011 $10,000
M. Vu 07-C-GA-UAA-011 - General Aviation System Safety Management Research University of Alaska - Anchorage 11/29/2010 $8,000
M. Vu 07-C-GA-UND-017 - General Aviation System Safety Management Research University of North Dakota 11/29/2010 $54,296
Total awarded in FY 2011: $377,832

Airport Technology Awards in FY 2011

Airport Technology Awards in FY 2011
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
D. Brill 05-C-AT-UIUC-030 - Center of Excellence for Airport Technology (CEAT) Graduate Student Support FY11 University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign 4/1/2011 $157,000
J.Patterson 05-C-AT-UIUC-033 - CEAT FOD Program Support University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign 6/13/2011 $299,506
R. Bassey 05-C-AT-UIUC-034 - Low Cost Surveillance System Program Support University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign 6/13/2011 $595,428
R. King 05-C-AT-UIUC-032 - Proposal for Wildlife Hazard and Safety Technology Research University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign 6/13/2011 $280,233
R. King 05-C-AT-UIUC-031 - Support of Avian Radar Performance Assessments at Various Airports University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign 6/13/2011 $967,701
Total awarded in FY 2011: $2,299,868

COE FY 2010 Grant Awards

Commercial Space Transportation FY 2010 Grant Awards

Commercial Space Transportation FY 2010 Grant Awards
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
B. Parker 10-C-CST-NMT : Establishment of the COE for Commercial Space Transportation New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology 9/15/2010 $150,000
B. Parker 10-C-CST-NMSU : Establishment of the COE for Commercial Space Transportation New Mexico State University 9/15/2010 $400,000
B. Parker 10-C-CST-FIT : Establishment of the COE for Commercial Space Transportation Florida Institute of Technology 9/15/2010 $150,000
B. Parker 10-C-CST-FSU : Establishment of the COE for Commercial Space Transportation Florida State University 9/15/2010 $100,000
B. Parker 10-C-CST-UFL : Establishment of the COE for Commercial Space Transportation University of Florida 9/15/2010 $100,000
B. Parker 10-C-CST-UCF : Establishment of the COE for Commercial Space Transportation University of Central Florida 9/15/2010 $100,000
B. Parker 10-C-CST-SU : Establishment of the COE for Commercial Space Transportation Stanford University 9/15/2010 $400,000
B. Parker 10-C-CST-UC : Establishment of the COE for Commercial Space Transportation University of Colorado 9/15/2010 $300,000
B. Parker 10-C-CST-UTMB : Establishment of the COE for Commercial Space Transportation University of Texas: Medical Branch 9/15/2010 $300,000
Total awarded in FY 2010: $2,000,000

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation FY 2010 Grant Awards

Partnership for Air Transportation Noise and Emissions Mitigation FY 2010 Grant Awards
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
C. Ma 09-C-NE-MST-001 : NIST Traceable PM Calibration Source for Aircraft Missouri University of Science and Technology 12/20/2009 $150,000
C. Ma 07-C-NE-UMR-011 : SAE E31 Methodology Development and Associated PM and HAP Emissions Characteristics for a High-Bypass Turbofan Engine University of Missouri-Rolla 12/20/2009 $150,000
M. Gupta 10-C-NE-UI-001 : Development and Evaluation of Climate Metrics for Aviation Based on Climate-Chemistry Modeling Analyses University of Illinois 3/15/2010 $224,834
J. DiPardo 09-C-NE-GIT-001 : EDS Development and Application Georgia Institute of Technology 3/15/2010 $1,000,000
R. Jefferies 09-C-NE-GIT-002 : EDS Assessment of CLEEN Technology Georgia Institute of Technology 4/2/2010 $450,000
M. Marsan 09-C-NE-PU-001 : Human Response - Annoyance Purdue University 4/14/2010 $145,000
C. Sequeira 09-C-NE-HU-001 : Health Impacts of Aviation-Related Air Pollutants Harvard University 4/14/2010 $115,000
M. Gupta 09-C-NE-SU-001 : Studying the Effects of Aircraft Exhaust on Global and Regional Climate Stanford University 4/14/2010 $250,000
C. Ma 09-C-NE-MST-002 : Technical Issue Resolution of a SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice for Aircraft Non-Volatile PM by December 2011 Missouri University of Science and Technology 4/26/2010 $520,000
M. Marsan 09-C-NE-PU-002 : Noise Exposure Response - Sleep Disturbance Purdue University 4/26/2010 $160,000
L. Windhoffer 09-C-NE-GIT-003 : Assessment of CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification and Fleet Performance Monitoring from a NAS Perspective Georgia Institute of Technology 4/26/2010 $175,000
L. Fisher 09-C-NE-PSU-001 : Sonic Boom Mitigation Pennsylvania State University 4/26/2010 $85,000
L. Fisher 09-C-NE-PSU-002 : Noise Quest Pennsylvania State University 5/5/2010 $50,000
B. He 09-C-NE-PU-003 : Sound Structural Transmission Soundproofing Residential Buildings in Noise Impacted Areas Near Airports with Ventilated Windows Purdue University 5/5/2010 $85,000
C. Sequeira 09-C-NE-UNC-001 : An Enhanced Characterization of Aviation Emissions Impacts on Air Quality at Subgrid Scales University of North Carolina 5/14/2010 $225,000
B. He 09-C-NE-GIT-004 : Open Rotor Noise Impact to Airport Communities Georgia Institute of Technology 5/14/2010 $99,999
L. Maurice 09-C-NE-MIT-001 : Program Management for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Mitigation Center of Excellence Massachusetts Institute of Technology 5/17/2010 $425,000
C. Ma 09-C-NE-MST-003 : SAE Non-Volatile PM Methodology Component Demonstration During the Alternate Aviation Fuels Emissions Experiment (AAFEX) II- Biofuels Missouri University of Science and Technology 5/21/2010 $650,000
B. He 09-C-NE-PSU-003 : Evaluation of the Impact of Whole-House Construction on Aircraft Noise Perception Pennsylvania State University 5/21/2010 $15,000
B. He 09-C-NE-GIT-005 : Sound Transmission Indoors Study of Whole Houses Georgia Institute of Technology 5/21/2010 $50,000
L. Windhoffer 09-C-NE-GIT-006 : NextGen En Route Traffic Optimization to Reduce Fuel Burn and Emissions Part 2 Georgia Institute of Technology 5/24/2010 $726,234
S. Liu 09-C-NE-GIT-007 : Evaluation of MFAST for TARGETS Georgia Institute of Technology 6/2/2010 $50,000
W. Gillette 09-C-NE-MIT-002 : Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis of Alternative Jet Fuels Massachusetts Institute of Technology 6/4/2010 $650,000
J. Post 09-C-NE-PU-004 : Studies of Continuous Descent Arrival Purdue University 6/21/2010 $67,707
W. Gillette 09-C-NE-MIT-003 : Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis of Ultra Low Sulfur Jet Fuels Massachusetts Institute of Technology 8/2/2010 $169,070
C. Sequeira 09-C-NE-HU-002 : Evaluation of Particulate Matter Differential Toxicity Harvard University 8/4/2010 $54,794
L. Windhoffer 09-C-NE-GIT-008 : Assessment of CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification and Fleet Performance Monitoring from a NAS Perspective Georgia Institute of Technology 9/22/2010 $200,000
L. Windhoffer 09-C-NE-GIT-009 : NextGen En Route Traffic Optimization to Reduce Fuel Burn and Emissions Part 2 Georgia Institute of Technology 9/22/2010 $35,217
W. Gillette 09-C-NE-MIT-004 : Alternative Jet Fuels Air Mobility Command Study Massachusetts Institute of Technology 9/22/2010 $300,000
Total awarded in FY 2010: $7,277,855

Advanced Materials FY 2010 Grant Awards

Advanced Materials FY 2010 Grant Awards
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
C. Davies 08-C-AM-UW-007 : Improving Adhesive Bonding of Composites Through Surface Characterization University of Washington 10/20/2009 $34,000
C. Davies 08-C-AM-UW-008 : Certification of Discontinuous Composite Material Forms for Aircraft Structures University of Washington 10/20/2009 $65,000
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-009 : Production Control Effect on Composite Material Quality and Stability Wichita State University 1/13/2010 $125,000
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-010 : Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification Guidance Wichita State University 6/21/2010 $42,000
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-UW-009 : Inverse/Optimal Thermal Repair of Composites University of Washington 6/21/2010 $34,220
C. Davies 08-C-AM-UW-010 : Certification of Discontinuous Composite Material Forms for Aircraft Structures University of Washington 6/23/2010 $135,133
C. Davies 08-C-AM-UU-003 : Development and Evaluation of Fracture Mechanics Test Methods for Sandwich Composites University of Utah 6/23/2010 $61,381
C. Davies 08-C-AM-UW-011 : Administration of the FAA Center on Advanced Materials in Transport Aircraft Structures (AMTAS) University of Washington 7/12/2010 $75,532
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-011 : Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification Guidance Wichita State University 7/12/2010 $200,000
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-012 : Administration of the Center of Excellence for Composites and Advanced Materials (CECAM) at Wichita State Wichita State University 7/12/2010 $75,000
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-013 : Damage Tolerance Testing and Analysis Protocols for Full-Scale Composite Airframe Structures under Repeated Loading Wichita State University 7/12/2010 $260,000
L. Pham 08-C-AM-WISU-014 : Effect of CACRC Depot Repairs on Composite Airframe Structures Wichita State University 7/21/2010 $180,000
L. Pham 08-C-AM-OSU-002 : Failure of Notched Laminates Under Out-of-plane Bending Oregon State University 7/21/2010 $77,666
A. Abramowitz 08-C-AM-UW-012 : Compliance Methodology with FAA Requirements for Crashworthiness of Composite-Intensive University of Washington 8/2/2010 $100,082
C. Davies 08-C-AM-WISU-015 : Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification Guidance Wichita State University 8/2/2010 $100,000
L. Pham 08-C-AM-UCLA-001 : Impact Damage Formation on Composite Aircraft Structures University of California at Los Angeles 8/4/2010 $344,500
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-FIU-001 : Effect of Surface Contamination on Composite Bond Integrity and Durability Florida International University 8/6/2010 $85,000
D. Westlund 07-C-AM-FIU-004 : Effect of Surface Contamination on Composite Bond Integrity and Durability Florida International University 8/6/2010 $85,000
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-WISU-016 : Liquid Resin Molded Materials Guidelines and Recommendations: Update Wichita State University 8/6/2010 $150,000
L. Pham 08-C-AM-UW-013 : Integrated Aeroservoelastic Uncertainty/Damage Tolerance/Reliability of Composite Aircraft University of Washington 8/12/2010 $60,000
L. Pham 08-C-AM-UW-014 : Reliability Based Damage Tolerant Structural Design Methodology University of Washington 8/12/2010 $60,000
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-UW-015 : Improving Adhesive Bonding of Composite through Surface Characterization University of Washington 8/12/2010 $85,000
D. Westlund 08-C-AM-UU-004 : Durability of Adhesively Bonded Joints for Aircraft Structures University of Utah 8/13/2010 $110,401
A. Abramowitz 08-C-AM-WISU-017 : Certification by Analysis Wichita State University 8/13/2010 $185,000
Total awarded in FY 2010: $2,729,915

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment FY 2010 Grant Awards

Research in the Intermodal Transport Environment FY 2010 Grant Awards
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-UMDNJ-006 : Ozone and its Volatile Reaction Byproducts and Domestic and International Flights University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 11/30/2009 $150,000
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-PU-005 : Developing a Risk Paradigm for Pesticides and VOC’s from Ozone Reactions in Aircrafts Purdue University 1/21/2010 $173,534
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-BSU-002 : Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination Events Boise State University 1/21/2010 $153,367
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-BSU-003 : In-Flight Sensor System and Database Deployment Boise State University 1/21/2010 $70,327
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-KSU-009 : In-Flight Sensor System and Database Deployment Kansas State University 1/21/2010 $29,999
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-AU-002 : Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point Methodology Applied to Disease Transmission Auburn University 1/25/2010 $294,665
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-AU-003 : Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination Events Auburn University 1/25/2010 $351,240
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-UMDNJ-007 : Development of Risk Paradigm for Pesticides and Ozone/Ozone By-Products University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 1/25/2010 $469,828
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-UMDNJ-008 : Exposure to Flame Retardants in Commercial Aircraft University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 3/15/2010 $81,067
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-PU-006 : Further Studies of Infectious Disease Transmission in Airliner Cabins Purdue University 3/15/2010 $180,856
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-HU-005 : Exposure to Flame Retardants in Commercial Aircraft Harvard University 3/15/2010 $231,584
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-HU-006 : Studies of Infectious Disease Transmission in Airliner Cabins Harvard University 3/15/2010 $193,271
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-KSU-010 : Further Studies of Infectious Disease Transmission in Airliner Cabins Kansas State University 3/15/2010 $106,806
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-KSU-011 : Application of Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) Methods to Disease Transmission on Fomites in Aircraft Kansas State University 3/15/2010 $110,440
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-KSU-012 : Sensors and Prognostics to Mitigate Bleed Air Contamination Events Kansas State University 3/15/2010 $192,220
J. Watson 07-C-RITE-KSU-013 : Exposure to Flame Retardants in Commercial Aircraft Kansas State University 3/15/2010 $27,957
Total awarded in FY 2010: $2,817,161

General Aviation Awards in FY 2010 Grant Awards

General Aviation Awards in FY 2010 Grant Awards
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
D. Hersheler 07-C-GA-ERAU-019 : Synthetic Speech and Visual Data Communications for Flight Deck Use Embry Riddle Aeronautical University 12/16/2009 $80,805
M. Vu 07-C-GA-ERAU-021 : General Aviation System Safety Management Research Embry Riddle Aeronautical University 3/1/2010 $12,957
M. Vu 07-C-GA-UND-013 : Flight Data Monitoring – General Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing Phase II University of North Dakota 6/23/2010 $245,077
M. Vu 07-C-GA-ERAU-025 : Flight Data Monitoring: General Aviation Safety Information Analysis & Sharing Embry Riddle Aeronautical University 6/23/2010 $99,341
P. Sparacino 01-C-ERAU-1O : Year Ten, Management & Administrative Support - General Aviation Center of Excellence Embry Riddle Aeronautical University 7/7/2010 $186,419
D. Gallagher 07-C-GA-ERAU-027 : Pilot Awareness of Current and LED Elevated Runway Guard Lighting Embry Riddle Aeronautical University 7/12/2010 $16,445
H. Li 07-C-GA-ERAU-028 : A Database Management System for General Aviation Safety Embry Riddle Aeronautical University 7/16/2010 $91,407
J. Zvanya 07-C-GA-UAF-005 : Development of a 3-Dimensional Radar Based Airspace Monitoring and Surveillance Instrument University of Alaska Fairbanks 7/28/2010 $226,204
I. Johnson 07-C-GA-ERAU-029 : Weather Technology in the Cockpit - Pilot Training Requirements Embry Riddle Aeronautical University 8/18/2010 $33,152
Total awarded in FY 2010: $999,807

Airport Technology FY 2010 Grant Awards

Airport Technology FY 2010 Grant Awards
FAA POC Grant Number and Title Recipient University Award Date Award Amount
D. Brill 05-C-AT-UIUC-027 : Center of Excellence for Airport Technology University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign 4/16/2010 $254,800
R. King 05-C-AT-UIUC-028 : Deployment and Assessment of Avian Radar Systems at JFK, ORD, NASWI, and SEA University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign 7/20/2010 $841,671
Total awarded in FY 2010: $1,096,471

COE FY 2009 Grant Awards

Aviation Noise and Aircraft Emissions Reduction FY 2009 Grant Awards

Aviation Noise and Aircraft Emissions Reduction FY 2009 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
Noise Exposure-Response: Annoyance Pennsylvania State University $25,000 M. Marsan V. Sparrow
Environmental Design Space Tool Development Georgia Institute of Technology $100,000 J. DiPardo D. Mavris
Program C. Management for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Mitigation Center of Excellence Massachusetts Institute of Technology $100,000 L. Maurice I. Waitz
Noise Exposure Response - Sleep Disturbance Purdue University $25,000 L. Fisher P. Davies
Emissions Characteristics of Alternative Aviation Missouri University of Science and Technology $150,000 C. Ma P. Whitefield
Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis of Ultra Low Sulfur Jet Fuels Massachusetts Institute of Technology $174,000 M. Gupta I. Waitz
EDS Capability Demonstration for Assessing the CLEEN Program Georgia Institute of Technology $100,000 J. DiPardo D. Mavris
Implementation of Enhanced Network Restructuring Algorithms and Scenarios for Improved ATO Forecasts Purdue University $75,000 J. Post D. DeLaurentis
Economic and Environmental Effects of the Introduction of a Cap and Trade Policy in Aviation Massachusetts Institute of Technology $400,000 T. Cuddy I. Waitz
SAE E31 Methodology Development and Associated PM and HAP Emissions Characteristics for a High-Bypass Turbofan Engine Missouri University of Science and Technology $450,000 C. Ma P. Whitefield
Use of Near-Term Operational Changes to Mitigate Environmental Impacts of Aviation Purdue University $104,515 L. Wedande K. Marais
Development of a Research Roadmap for Sound Structural Transmission Purdue University $25,000 B. Hua K. Ming
CDA Implementation in Low-through High Density Traffic Georgia Institute of Technology $250,000 S. Liu J-P Clarke
NextGen En Route Traffic Optimization to Reduce Fuel Burn and Emissions Georgia Institute of Technology $989,197 L. Windhoffer J-P Clarke
Noise Characterization and Improved Metrics to Assess Open Rotor Engine Architectures and Noise Impact to Airport Communities Georgia Institute of Technology $75,000 B. He D. Mavris
Monitoring of Enroute and Open Rotor Noise Pennsylvania State University $75,000 Hua V. Sparrow
Program C. Management for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Center of Excellence C. Massachusetts Institute of Technology $295,000 L. Maurice I. Waitz
Assessment of CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification and Fleet Performance Monitoring Georgia Institute of Technology $225,000 L. Windhoffer D. Mavris
Outreach Pennsylvania State University $60,000 L. Fisher V. Sparrow
Sonic Boom Mitigation Pennsylvania State University $167,658 L. Fisher V. Sparrow
Source Emission and Propagation Pennsylvania State University $58,000 B. Hua V. Sparrow
Studying the Effects of Aircraft Exhaust on Global and Regional Climate Stanford University $420,000 M. Gupta M. Jacobson
Multi-Scale Modeling Assessment of the Impacts of Aviation Emissions on Air Quality University of North Carolina $274,999 M. Gupta S. Arunachalam
Health Impacts of Aviation-Related Air Pollutants Harvard University $200,000 M. Gupta J. Levy
SAE E31 Methodology Development and Associated PM Emissions Characteristics of Aircraft APUs and Alternative Aviation Fuels Missouri University of Science and Technology $60,000 C. Ma P. Whitefield
Use of Isotopic Measurement and Analysis Approach to Uniquely Relate Aircraft Emissions to Changes in Ambient Air Quality Missouri University of Science and Technology $96,063 M. Gupta P. Whitefield
Sonic Boom Mitigation Purdue University $10,000 L. Fisher P. Davies
Environmental Design Space Tool Development Georgia Institute of Technology $799,999 J. DePardo D. Mavris
Use of Near-Term Operational Changes to Mitigate Environmental Impacts of Aviation Massachusetts Institute of Technology $153,000 L. Wedande J. Hansman
Emissions Characteristics of Alternative Aviation Fuels Missouri University of Science and Technology $384,000 C. Ma P. Whitefield
Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis of Alternative Jet Fuels Massachusetts Institute of Technology $300,000 W. Gillette I. Waitz
Noise Exposure Response – Sleep Disturbance Purdue University $45,000 L. Fisher P. Davies
Total awarded in FY 2009: $6,667,152

Advanced Materials FY 2009 Grant Awards

Advanced Materials FY 2009 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
Fluid Ingression Damage Mechanisms in Composite Sandwich Structures Wichita State University $50,000 D. Westlund J. Tomblin
Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification Guidance Wichita State University $51,500 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Improving Adhesive Bonding of Composites through Surface Characterization University of Washington $70,000 C. Davies B. Flinn
Certification of Discontinuous Composite Material Forms for Aircraft Structures University of Washington $65,000 C. Davies M. Tuttle
Standardization of Analytical and Experimental Methods for Crashworthiness Energy Absorption of Composite Materials University of Washington $34,044 A. Abramowitz P. Feraboli
Combined Global/Local Variability and Uncertainty in Integrated Aeroservoelasticity of Composite Aircraft University of Washington $34,000 L. Pham E. Livne
Development of Reliability-Based Damage Tolerant Structural Design Methodology University of Washington $34,000 L. Pham E. Livne
Administration of the FAA Center on Advanced Materials in Transport Aircraft Structures (AMTAS) University of Washington $74,531 C. Davies M. Tuttle
Identification and Validation of Analytical Chemistry Methods for Detecting Composite Surface Contamination and Moisture Florida International University $34,000 D. Westlund D. McDaniel
Development and Evaluation of Fracture Mechanics Test Methods for Sandwich Composites University of Utah $34,000 C. Davies D. Adams
Certification by Analysis Wichita State University $150,000 A. Abramowitz G. Olivares
Environmental Factor Influence on Composite Design and Certification Wichita State University $225,000 Westlund J. Tomblin
Inverse/Optimal Thermal Repair of Composites University of Washington $58,761 C. Davies A. Emery
Improving Adhesive Bonding of Composites Through Surface Characterization University of Washington $34,000 C. Davies B. Flinn
Impact Damage Formation on Composite Aircraft Structures University of California at Los Angeles $162,500 C. Davies T. Hahn/H. Kim
Training Strategy Development - Composite Materials Education for Aircraft Practitioners Edmonds Community College $38,640 C. Davies C. Seaton
Training Strategy Development – Composite Materials Education for Aircraft Practitioners Edmonds Community College $25,000 D. Westlund C. Shaeffer
Failure of Notched Laminates Under Out-of-plane Bending Oregon State University $30,000 L. Pham J. Parmigiani
Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification Guidance Wichita State University $75,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Evaluation of Friction Stir Weld Process and Properties for Aircraft Application Wichita State University $200,000 L. Pham D. Burford
Failure of Notched Laminates Under Out of Plane Bending Oregon State University $64,650 L. Pham T. Kennedy
Damage Tolerance Testing and Analysis Protocols for Full-Scale Composite Airframe Structures under Repeated Loading Wichita State University $275,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Administration of the Center of Excellence for Composites and Advanced Materials (CECAM) at Wichita State University Wichita State University $75,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Production Control Effect on Composite Material Quality and Stability Wichita State University $125,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Total awarded in FY 2009: $2,019,626

Intermodal Research/Airliner Cabin Environment FY 2009 Grant Awards

Intermodal Research/Airliner Cabin Environment FY 2009 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
Pesticide Exposure and Ozone By-Products University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey $150,000 C. Ruehle/J. Watson C. Weisel
Chemical Sensors for Cabin Air Quality Boise State University $150,000 C. Ruehle/J. Watson S. Loo
Ozone and its Volatile Reaction By-Products on Domestic and International Flights University of California at Berkeley $150,000 C. Ruehle/J. Watson W. Nazaroff
Health Effects of Mild Hypoxia During Air Travel - a Study of Physiological Effects and Impact; Evaluation of Triethylene Glycol for Inactivation of Influenza Virus Aerosols Harvard University $250,000 C. Ruehle/J. Watson J. Spengler
Improvements on the Advanced Models for Predicting Contaminant and Infectious Disease Virus Transport in Airliner Cabin Environment Purdue University $250,000 C. Ruehle/J. Watson Q. Chen
Chemical Sensors for Cabin Air Quality Auburn University $250,000 C. Ruehle/J. Watson R. Overfelt
Aircraft Recirculation Filter for Air Quality and Incident Assessment Kansas State University $120,000 C. Ruehle/J. Watson S. Eckels
Contamination Transport in Aircraft Cabins, Phase 2 Kansas State Univeristy $80,000 C. Ruehle/J. Watson B. Jones
Total awarded in FY 2009: $1,400,000

General Aviation FY 2009 Grant Awards

General Aviation FY 2009 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
Pilot Awareness of Current and LED Elevated Runway Guard Lighting Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $52,804 D. Gallagher J. French
General Aviation Systems Safety Management Research Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $49,369 T. Tessitore A. Stolzer
General Aviation Systems Safety Management Research University of Alaska - Anchorage $25,000 T. Tessitore L. Kirk
General Aviation Systems Safety Management Research University of North Dakota $45,000 T. Tessitore G. Ullrich
Flight Data Monitoring: General Aviation Safety Information Analysis & Sharing Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $23,492 T. Tessitore D. Esser
General Aviation Systems Safety Management Research University of North Dakota $10,000 T. Tessitore G. Ullrich
General Aviation Systems Safety Management Research University of Alaska - Anchorage $10,000 T. Tessitore L. Kirk
Data Communications Human Factor Air Traffic Control Implications on Preferential Treatment Service-for-Equipage Scenarios Across the NAS Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $35,157 L. Ileri E. Blickensderfer
Weather in the Cockpit (WITC) - Concept of Operations University of Alaska - Anchorage $150,126 I. Johnson L. Kirk
A Database Management System for General Aviation Safety Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $58,972 V. Kolli M Bazargan
Year Nine, Management & Administrative Support - General Aviation Center of Excellence Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $221,446 P. Sparacinio S. Hampton
Weather Technology in the Cockpit - User Needs Segment University of North Dakota $176,679 I. Johnson J. Vacek
Load Spectrum Development for Unmanned Aerial Systems Airworthiness Wichita State University $100,000 T. Vu J. Tomblin
Development of a 3-Dimensional Radar Based Airspace Monitoring Surveillance Instrument University of Alaska - Fairbanks $22,139 J. Zvanya G. Walker
Development of a Three-Dimensional Radar Based Airspace Monitoring and Surveillance Instrument University of Alaska - Fairbanks $88,883 J. Zvanya G. Walker
Subject Matter Expert Support for FAA UAS Simulator Workstation University of North Dakota $100,000 Lee/Buondonno D. Marshall
Remote Airfield Lighting Systems Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $109,848 D. Gallagher C. Grant
Weather Technology in the Cockpit - Pilot Training Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $77,364 I. Johnson J. Lanicci
General Aviation Systems Safety Management Research Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $10,000 T. Tessitore S. Hampton
Helicopter Lighting System University of North Dakota $192,941 D. Gallagher T. Zeidlik
Total awarded in FY 2009: $1,559,220

Airport Technology FY 2009 Grant Awards

Airport Technology FY 2009 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
Field Evaluation of Runway Guard Lights Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $125,000 D. Gallagher N. Narendran
GIS, Hazard Assessment, Hazard Visualization, and CONOPS as Components of Wildlife Management Programs at Airports University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $451,476 R. King E. Herricks
Metrics Research Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $150,000 D. Gallagher N. Narendran
Deployment and Operation of FOD Detection Systems at Airports with Runway Grove Testing University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $405,626 J. Patterson E. Herricks
Phosphor LEDs Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $75,000 D. Gallagher N. Narendran
Center of Excellence for Airport Technology (CEAT) Work Program FY 2010 University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $408,000 D. Brill D. Lange
Deployment and Evaluation of Avian Radars University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $996,296 R. King E. Herricks
Color Boundaries for Color Deficient Observers Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $125,000 D. Gallagher N. Narendran
Total awarded in FY 2009: $2,736,398

COE FY 2008 Grant Awards

Aviation Noise and Aircraft Emissions Reduction FY 2008 Grant Awards

Aviation Noise and Aircraft Emissions Reduction FY 2008 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
PM and HAPs Emissions Characterization for a Gas Turbine Engine Using a Bio Fuel - Probe Stand Interface Missouri University of Science and Technology $20,000 C. Ma P. Whitefield
Program Management for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Mitigation Center of Excellence Massachusetts Institute of Technology $385,000 L. Maurice I. Waitz
Environmental Design Space Tool Development Georgia Institute of Technology $1,000,000 J. DiPardo D. Mavris
Sonic Boom Mitigation Purdue University $60,000 L. Fisher P. Davies
Outreach (formerly Noise Quest) Pennsylvania State University $100,000 L. Fisher A. Atchley
Source Emission and Propagation Pennsylvania State University $100,000 B. Hua A. Atchley
PM and HAPs Measurement Methodologies Development and Planning for Test Cell Measurements Missouri University of Science and Technology $128,000 C. Ma P. Whitefield
Health Effects of Aircraft Noise Purdue University $15,000 M. Marsan P. Davies
Implementation of Enhanced Network Restructuring Algorithms and Scenarios for Improved ATO Forecasts Purdue University $75,000 J. Post D. DeLaurentis
Opportunities for Reducing Surface Emissions Through Airport Surface Movement Optimization Massachusetts Institute of Technology $150,000 N. Brown J. Hansman
Investigation of Air Quality Impacts of Aviation Emissions Using CMAQ Analysis for NextGen University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill $299,998 M. Gupta Arunachalam
Health Impacts of Aviation-Related Air Pollutants Harvard University $230,000 M. Gupta Levy
Noise Exposure Response - Sleep Disturbance Purdue University $100,000 L. Fisher P. Davies
Noise Exposure Response: Annoyance Pennsylvania State University $90,000 M. Marsan V. Sparrow
Noise Exposure Response - Annoyance Purdue University $115,000 M. Marsan P. Davies
Transmission of Low Frequency Noise through Double-Pane Windows Purdue University $100,000 B. He K. Ming
Studying the Effects of Aircraft Exhaust on Global and Regional Climate Stanford University $240,000 M. Gupta S. Lele
Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis of Ultra Low Sulfur Jet Fuels: Project 27 Massachusetts Institute of Technology $235,000 M. Gupta I. Waitz
Studying the Effects of Ultra Low Sulfur Jet Fuel on Climate and Air Quality Stanford University $65,000 M. Gupta M. Jacobson
Program Management for Aircraft Noise and Aviation Emissions Mitigation Center of Excellence Massachusetts Institute of Technology $10,000 L. Maurice I. Waitz
CDA Implementation in Low-through High Density Traffic Georgia Institute of Technology $120,000 S. Lui J-P Clarke
Atlantic Interoperability Initiative to Reduce Emission (AIRE) CDA Georgia Institute of Technology $250,000 S. Liu/C. Buntin J-P Clarke
Environmental Design Space Tool Development Georgia Institute of Technology $100,000 J. DiPardo D. Mavris
Envrionmental Cost-Benefit Analysis of Alternative Jet Fuels Massachusetts Institute of Technology $30,000 W. Gillette I. Waitz

Advanced Materials FY 2008 Grant Awards

Advanced Materials FY 2008 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
Damage Tolerance and Durability of Fiber-Metal Laminates for Aircraft Structures University of California at Los Angeles $75,000 C. Davies T. Hahn
Course Development, Maintenance of Composite Aircraft Structures Edmonds Community College $153,481 C. Davies C. Schaeffer
Production Control Effect on Composite Material Quality and Stability Wichita State University $125,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification Guidance Wichita State University $20,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Impact Damage Formation on Composite Aircraft Structures University of California at Los Angeles $20,000 C. Davies T. Hahn
Damage Tolerance Testing and Analysis Protocols for Full-Scale Composite Airframe Structures Under Repeated Loading Wichita State University $300,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Development and Safety Management of Composite Certification Guidance Wichita State University $150,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Environmental Factor Influence on Composite Design and Certification Wichita State University $275,000 L. Pham J. Tomblin
Effect of CACRC Depot Repairs on Composite Airframe Structures Wichita State University $235,000 L. Pham J. Tomblin
Aging of Composite Aircraft Structures Wichita State University $275,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Effect of Repair Procedures Applied to Composite Airframe Structures Wichita State University $225,000 L. Pham J. Tomblin
Administration of the Center of Excellence for Composites and Advanced Materials (CECAM) at Wichita State University Wichita State University $75,000 C. Davies J. Tomblin
Certification by Analysis Wichita State University $150,000 A. Abamowitz G. Olivares
Crashworthiness of Composites - Materials Dynamic Properties Wichita State University $100,000 A. Abamowitz G. Olivares
Administration of the FAA Center of Excellence on Advanced Materials in Transport Aircraft Structures (AMTAS) University of Washington $74,458 C. Davies M. Tuttle
Standardization of Analytical and Experimental Methods for Crashworthiness Energy Absorption of Composite Materials University of Washington $70,000 A. Abamowitz P. Feraboli
Statistical Analysis Program for Generating Material Allowables Wichita State University $100,722 A. Abamowitz S. Keshavanarayana
Certification of Discontinuous Composite Material Forms for Aircraft Structures University of Washington $100,000 C. Davies M. Tuttle
VARTM Variability and Substantiation University of Delaware $65,000 C. Davies D. Heider
Development of Reliability-Based Damage Tolerant Structural Design Methodology University of Washington $100,000 C. Davies K. Lin
Combined Global/Local Variability and Uncertainty in Integrated Aeroservoelacticity of Composite Aircraft University of Washington $125,000 C. Davies E. Livne
Damage Tolerance and Durability of Adhesively Bonded Composite Structures Purdue University $70,000 C. Davies T. Siegmund
Development and Evaluation of Fracture Mechanics Test Methods for Sandwich Composites University of Utah $75,647 C. Davies D. Adams
Structural Health Monitoring of Adhesively-Bonded Composites Northwestern University $75,000 C. Davies S. Krishnaswamy
Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Training Innovation Center (AMMTIC) Edmonds Community College $463,000 C. Davies J. Mosier
Damage Tolerance and Durability of Fiber-Metal Laminates for Aircraft Structures University of California at Los Angeles $75,000 C. Davies T. Hahn
Impact Damage Formation on Composite Aircraft Structures University of California at Los Angeles $125,000 C. Davies T. Hahn

Intermodal Research/Airliner Cabin Environment FY 2008 Grant Awards

Intermodal Research/Airliner Cabin Environment FY 2008 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
Modeling of Exposure to Pesticides in Aircraft Cabins in Support of the ASHRAE Project University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey $50,000 C. Ruehle S. Isukapalli
Ozone and By-Products Determination in Passenger Cabins in Support of ASHRAE Project University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey $50,000 C. Ruehle C. Weisel
In-Flight Project, Task 4 Kansas State University $40,000 C. Ruehle B. Jones
Pesticide Study: Collection of Field Studies and Model Evaluation University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey $75,000 C. Ruehle C. Weisel
Air Contamination Measurement Methods Kansas State University $75,000 C. Ruehle B. Jones
Onboard Measurements Harvard University $180,000 C. Ruehle/J. Watson J. Spengler
Effects of Partial Pressure on Airline Passengers Harvard University $72,962 C. Ruehle/J. Watson J. Spengler

General Aviation FY 2008 Grant Awards

General Aviation FY 2008 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
Operational Usage Information for a General Aviation Propeller Wichita State University $49,650 C. Nguyen K. Rokhaz
Development of a 3-Dimensional Radar Based Airspace Monitoring and Surveillance Instrument University of Alaska $118,364 J. Zvanya G. Walker
Remote Airfield Lighting Systems Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $79,965 D. Gallagher Grant
2-Day Workshop in Support of the FAA's ADS-B Implementation Program Office Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $44,287 S. Williams S. Hampton
Operational Loads Monitoring of Agricultural Aircraft University of North Dakota $50,000 J. Newcomb D. Marshall
Remote Airport Lighting Systems III University of Alaska $79,999.87 D. Gallagher M. Inman
Year Eight, Management & Administrative Support- General Aviation Center of Excellence Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $165,855 P. Sparacino S. Hampton
Development of an Aviation Weather Database Highlighting Weather Encounters (Phase I) Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $36,908 R. Stevens M. Bazargan
Development of UAS Operational Data Collection Concept University of North Dakota $100,000 X. Lee D. Marshall
2-Day Workshop in Support of the FAA's ADS-B Implementation Program Office Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $146,651 S. Williams S. Hampton
Friction Study University of North Dakota $174,914 R. King T. Zeidik
UAS Emergency Flight Recovery and Termination: Technology Survey and Regulatory Gap Analysis Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University $91,117 X. Lee T. Wilson

Airport Technology FY 2008 Grant Awards

Airport Technology FY 2008 Grant Awards
Title Recipient University Amount FAA POC University POC
Metrics and Measurement Procedures of LED Lighting Systems Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $150,000 D. Gallagher N. Narendran
Deployment and Evaluation of Avian Radars - DFW University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $250,607 R. King E. Herricks
Work Program FY 2008 for FAA Center of Excellence for Airport Technology (CEAT) University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $75,000 D. Brill D. Lange
GIS Wildlife Hazard Program for the FAA Center of Excellence for Airport Technology (CEAT) University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $435,448 R. King E. Herricks
FOD Program for the FAA Center of Excellence for Airport Technology University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $351,531 Patterson E. Herricks
Deployment of Avian Radars at SEA and JFK University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $620,452 R. King E. Herricks
Management of Deployed Avian Radars (SEA, NASWI, ORD, JFK and DFW) University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $748,122 R. King E. Herricks
Chromaticity Boundry for Aviation White Light Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $100,000 D. Gallagher N. Narendran
Investigations of DC and AC LEDs for Airport Runway and Taxiway Lighting Systems Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $150,000 D. Gallagher N. Narendran
Deployment and Evaluation of Expanded Avian Radar Systems - DFW University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $299,809 R. King E. Herricks
Work Program FY 2009 for FAA Center of Excellence for Airport Technolgoy (CEAT) University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $300,000 D. Brill D. Lange
CEAT Asphalt and Concrete Materials University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign $75,000 D. Brill D. Lange