Dr. Mohd Ali, associate professor in the Department of Electrical Computer Engineering, was awarded $498,000 from the National Security Agency for his project “Cyber Resilient 5G-Enabled Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure.”
Dr. Stephanie Ivey, associate dean and professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, was awarded $403,331 from the National Science Foundation, for her project “Collaborative Research: The Urban STEM Collaboratory - Building STEM Identity and Student Success through Academic, Financial, Social, and Career Support,” and $85,000 from Battelle for her projects “TSIN - West TN STEM Hub” and “STEM Hub CS.”
Dr. Scott Schoefernacker, associate director of water in the Center for Applied Earth Science and Engineering Research, was awarded $139,717 from the City of Collierville for his project “City of Collierville Wellhead Protection and Support Services,”; $132,200 from the City of Bartlett for his project “City of Bartlett Wellhead Protection and Support Services,”; and $45,000 from the City of Germantown for his project “City of Germantown Wellhead Protection and Support Services.”
Dr. Sabya Mishra, professor of Civil Engineering, awarded $100,000 from Memphis Area Transit Authority and FTA for his project "Accelerating Innovative Mobility - Memphis Area Transit Authority Case Study."
Dr. Claudio Meier, associate professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, was awarded $29,975 from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville with the U.S. Geological Survey for his project “Auto-Depuration Due to Hyporheic Exchange/Filtration under Bars of Headwater Streams in Tennessee.”
Dr. Joel Bumgardner, professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, was awarded $22,898 from Triad Life Sciences, Inc for his project “Biomaterial Characterization.”