ICC Activity for October:
Vinh Nguyen was awarded $248,000 from GIT and the Department of Energy for “Improving the Curing Efficiency for Composite Aerostructures Through Multi-Task Optimization of a Physics-informed Multiple Neural Network Framework”, a two year project starting on January 1, 2024.
Keith Vertanen received $78,357 from the Oregon Health and Science University and the National Institutes of Health for his project entitled “Optimizing BCI-FIT: Brain Computer Interface – Functional Implementation Toolkit.” This project is expected to span until June 2024.
Dan Fuhrmann was funded $70,000 for his project “Smart Meter-Driven Distribution Grid Visibility and Control” by the Power Systems Engineering Research Center at UW-Madison. This project ends in August 2024.
ICC Members submitted 14 proposals for awards in October, which total just over $10 million in proposed project funding. An additional 4 proposals were submitted for the Fall 2023 round of GLRC/ICC Rapid Seedling Awards, as the submission window ended on October 31st.
Evan Lucas joins the ICC as a Research Scientist. View more information on that here in a separate blog post.
Art in Silico
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