Grants

MOST RECENT FUNDED PROPOSALS UNDER REVIEW

  1. Studies of Optical and Chemical Properties of Biomass Burning Aerosols, National Science Foundation, AGS-1555479. Requested Amount: $488,281- 2/15/16-1/31/19 (Funded)
  2. IRES-International Research in Geosciences (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences) in Ethiopia. National Science Foundation, OISE -1559308, Requested Amount $249,999, Under Review Submitted August 18, 2015 (Funded)
  3. GP-EXTRA-Pathways to atmospheric sciences through immersion in geosciences research, NSF- Requested amount $456,859 (Funded) 
  4. Bringing NASA air quality science down to Earth with citizen science in North Carolina and Ethiopia, Appalachian State University and NASA, Requested amount: $ 242,947, 11/2016-06/2020 (PENDING)
DOE: Collaborative Research: Laboratory Studies of Formation, Physicochemical and Optical Properties of Secondary Organic Aerosol from Biomass Burning.
PI’s: Bililign, Fiddler (NCA&T), Surratt, Turpin, Gold, Zhang (NCA&T) -Pending
Requested amount- $850,000 for 3 years

FUNDED PROPOSALS- Since 1995

Proposal title

Funding agency

Amount funded

Duration

Ab Initio Studies of Metal-Rare Gas and Metal-Hydrogen Interaction Potentials

NSF Program 1954:   Quantum Calculations

$137,628.00

09/01/96-   08/31/99

Effects of Electronic Orbital Alignment in Laser Induced Metal-H2 and Metal-CH4

NSF-CAREER      

$359,465    PLUS Supplement; $14,000

3/1/98-02/28/02

ITR/Computational Geometry for Structural Biology and Bioinformatics

NSF-ITR /Duke University

$524,874

9/15/00-8/31/05

Quenching of excited states of  lithium by H2,D2,N2, and alkane and alkene hydrocarbons: Kinetics and Dynamics

NSF-Chemistry

$285,738

 

3/1/02-2/28/05

The A&T Physics Scholars Program - An On-Track Feeder

Sloan Foundation

$180,000

 

4/1/02-3-31-06

Acquisition of a multi-source reflection   time-of-flight mass spectrometer

NSF-MRI

 

$447,635

 

09/01/03-08/31/05

International collaboration in research and
education with Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia)

NSF-OISE

  $15,500.00

8/15/04-8/14/05

AfricaArray: Imaging the African Superplume, building African partnerships and enhancing diversity in the geosciences:

NSF-OISE-PIRE

$635,600.00

1/06-12/13

The Sloan A&T Physics Scholars Program: Preparing undergraduates for a Ph.D. in the sciences.

Sloan Foundation

$210,000.00

 

9/1/2005-8/31/2008

International Research in Earth, Atmospheric and Space Sciences in Ethiopia.

NSF-OISE-IRES

$149,000

 

1/1/07-12/31/10 

NOAA Interdisciplinary Scientific Environmental Technology (ISET) Cooperative Research and Education Center”

NOAA-EPP

 

$12.5 Million

9/ 1/06 –8/31/11  

Collaborative Research: Track 2 - Enhancing   Diversity in the Geosciences through the Africa Array (AA) Educational Alliance

NSF-Geosciences

671,500

9/1/09-8/31/14

REU Site:   Collaborative Earth System Science Research − Atmospheric Modeling, Sensing   and Societal Impacts,

NSF, AGS1262876

361,000

4/1/13-3/31/16

Individual:   Nomination of Dr. Solomon Bililign for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mentoring

NSF-DUE-1035729

25,000

2011

Radiative impacts of aerosols on U.S. climate: Laboratory determination of optical properties of aerosols using cavity ring down spectroscopic technique

DoD – Army Research Lab, HCU/MSI   W911NF-10-R-0006

575,000

5/1/2010-4/30/2015

Kinetics and Thermochemistry Studies of   Carboxylic and Other Acids Using Negative Ion Proton Transfer Reaction Mass Spectrometry (NI-PTMS).

NSF-ATM, 0803016

323,000

5/2008-4/2011

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