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Grant Awards

The following itemizes the external, internal, and cross-campus awards that have supported the WFU DEAC Cluster facility


2015

NSF DMR-1507942 (PI: Natalie Holzwarth WFU Reynolda Campus) “Computational studies of solid electrolytes” Sep. 1, 2015-Aug. 31, 2018

2013

DOE (PI: Y. Chabal [UTD], Co-PI’s: Li [Rutgers], T. Thonhauser [WFU]) “Molecule-sorbent interactions in metal organic framework materials”, 2013-2016

2012

NSF (PI: T. Thonhauser WFU Reynolda Campus), “CAREER: Improving Hydrogen Storage with van der Waals Density Functional Theory”, 2012-2017

2011

DOE (PI: Y. Chabal [UTD], Co-PI’s: Li [Rutgers], T. Thonhauser [WFU]) “Novel theoretical and experimental approaches for understanding and optimizing hydrogen‐sorbent interactions in metal organic framework materials”, 2011-2013

NSF DMR-1105485 (PI: Natalie Holzwarth WFU Reynolda Campus) “First principles simulation of battery materials”, Sep. 1, 2011-Aug. 31, 2015.

2009

NIH NCI R01 (PI: F. Salsbury) “Targeting the MSH2-dependent Cell Death Pathway” May 1 2009 – Feb 28 2014

WFU SRF (PI: T. Thonhauser WFU Reynolda Campus) “Towards large-scale NMR calculations on van der Waals systems from first-principles”, 2009-2010.

2008

Translational Science Institute (Co-PI’s: F. Salsbury, K. Scarpinato, S.B. King. WFU Reynolda Campus and School of Medicine) “Drug Design for Targeted Therapy of Chemoresistant Tumors”

2007

Golfers Against Cancer, (Co-PI’s: F. Salsbury, K. Scarpinato, T. Hollis. WFU Reynolda Campus and School of Medicine) “Multi-investigator Projects in Cancer Research.”

NSF DMR-0705239 (PI: N. A. W. Holzwarth; WFU Reynolda Campus) “First principles simulations of battery materials”, Dec. 15, 2007-Nov. 30, 2008.

2006

NSF PHY-0556292 (PI: P.R. Anderson; WFU Reynolda Campus). “Studies of Classical and Quantum Effects in Gravity”, July 2006 – June 2009.

NSF PHY-055617 (PI: G.B. Cook; WFU Reynolda Campus). “Quasiequilibrium BH-BH and NS-BH binary initial data,” November 2006 – October 2009.

2005

NIH NIGMS RO1 GM075304 (PI: J. Fetrow, Co-PIs, D. John, S. Thomas, E. Allen, L. Poole, and L. Daniel; WFU Reynolda Campus and School of Medicine). “Algebraic and Statistical Models of Redox Signaling”, April 2005 – March 2009.

NIH NCI R21 CA112145 (PI:L. Poole, Co-PIs, J. Fetrow, B. King, L. Daniel; WFU Reynolda Campus and School of Medicine). “Profiling of Redox-Sensitive Signaling Proteins”, May 2005 – April 2007.

NSF MCB-0517343 (PI: J. Fetrow, Co-PIs, F. Salsbury and, L. Poole; WFU Reynolda Campus and School of Medicine). “Integrated Process for Functional Site Feature Analysis”, August 2005 – July 2008.

2004

NSF Award (PI: N.A.W. Holzwarth; WFU Reynolda Campus). “Computational Study of Transition Metal Phosphate Materials”, August 2004 – July 2007.

NSF ITR (PI: N.A.W. Holzwarth; WFU Reynolda Campus). “ITR – Computational Tools for Detailed Simulations of Materials”, September 2004 – August 2009.

2003

WFU Research Award (PI: Robert L. Swofford; Reynolda Campus). “Experimental measurements combined with computations provide new information about chemical bond strengths”, Fall 2003 – Fall 2004.

2002

NSF Award (PI: G.B. Cook; WFU Reynolda Campus). “Improved Initial Data for Black-Hole Binaries”, June 2002 – May 2004.