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BE FY 2002 Awards

MATERIALS USE: SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND SOCIETY (MUSES)

  SORT RESULTS BY: Principal Investigator |  Institution |  Award Amount
Institution Principal Investigator Title Total Awarded
AWARDS FOR EXPLORATORY AND DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Frank Field MUSES: Research and Education in Integrated Assessment Methodologies for Product Design and Strategies $110,000.00
North Carolina State University Michael Overcash Industrial Solvents and Working Fluids-Industrial Ecology of Organic Materials $99,995.00
Pennsylvania State University Timothy Considine MUSE: The Industrial Ecology of Particulate Materials $110,000.00
University of California at Davis Gang Sun MUSES: Disposable and Reusable Textile Materials in Healthcare Facilities $110,000.00
University of California at Irvine Oladele Ogunseitan MUSES: Biocomplex Dimensions of Industrial Ecology: Decision Analysis and Sectoral Trade-Offs in the Management of Toxic Metals Used in the Electronic Industry $109,979.00
University of Michigan Gregory Keoleian Sustainable Infrastucture Materials and Systems: Integration of Microstructure Tailoring and Life Cycle Analysis of Engineered Cementitious Composites $100,000.00
University of Oklahoma Robert Anex BE/MUSES: Understanding Biocomplexity: Developing Methods of Defining Sustainable Uses of Agricultural Products $109,851.00
University of Southern California Mansour Rahimi BE: MUSES: Modeling Eco-Industrial Symbiosis: Greening of Regional Industrial Materials Networks $110,001.00
University of Washington Gretchen Kalonji MUSE: Materials and the Environment: A Binational Partnership for "Eco-Materials" Research and Education $109,497.00
Virginia Polytechnic Institute Marc Edwards Towards a Sustainable Potable Water Infrastructure: Ecology, Aesthetics and Economics of Corrosion $99,965.00
Yale University Thomas Graedel Model Development for the Global Cycles of the Alloying Elements of Steel $99,729.00

 

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