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FUNDED RESEARCH

(As Proposal Co-Author and Co-Principal Investigator)

PREVIOUS PROGRAMS

Oxidative Degradation of Aromatic Compounds (with I. Glassman), NASA-Lewis, $226,000, 9/82 - 8/85.

Laser Diagnostics System for Concentration Measurements of Radicals (with F.L. Dryer and I. Glassman), DOE-Instrumentation, $151,000, 9/84 - 8/85.

A Study of the Thermal Decomposition of Unsymmetrical Dimethyl Hydrazine (UDMH), (with F.L. Dryer), January, 1985, Office National D'Etudes Et De Recherches Aerospatiales, $10,020.

Aromatic-Radical Oxidation Kinetics (with I. Glassman), April, 1985, D.O.E., Office of Basic Energy Sciences, $225,000, 7/86-6/89.

Fuels Combustion Research (as author only, I. Glassman, F.L. Dryer and F.A. Williams as P.I's) November, 1985, DOD-University Research Instrumentation Program.

Fundamental Studies of Fuel Chemistry as Related to Internal Combustion Engine Phenomena: The Chemistry of Autoignition (with F.L. Dryer), June, 1986. Department of Energy, Division of Energy Conservation and Utilization Technologies, $241,115, 1987-1989.

Combustion Synthesis of Refractory Materials (with I. Glassman), March, 1988, National Science Foundation, 9/88-8/89, $97,996.

Supplemental Funding (with I. Glassman), March 1988. Air Force Office of Scientific Research, $19,800.

Fuels Combustion Research (with I. Glassman), Air Force Office of Scientific Research, $553,655, 10/88-9/91.

Aromatic-Radical Oxidation Kinetics - Renewal (with I. Glassman), February, 1989. D.O.E., Office of Basic Energy Sciences, $248,275, 7/89-6/92.

Combustion Synthesis of Refractory Materials - Renewal (with I. Glassman), April, 1989, National Science Foundation, $99,070, 9/89-8/90. Funded - $63,000.

A Novel Combustion Synthesis of Refractory Materials (with I. Glassman), National Science Foundation $269,890 - 9/91-8/94.

Aromatic-C4 Interaction Chemistry (with I. Glassman), BP International Limited, $359,590, 11/91 - 10/94.

Fuels Combustion Research (with I. Glassman), Air Force Office of Scientific Research, $468,550, 10/94-9/97.

Flow Reactor Study of the Oxidation of Water/Phenol/Anisole Mixtures (with I. Glassman), Sandia National Laboratories, $150,000 (Approx.) 7/1/95-6/30/97.

Combustion Synthesis of Materials in Microgravity, NASA, $405,000, 11/92 - 10/95; (with I. Glassman and C.K. Law), Renewed, $480,000, 5/96-5/00

At UIC, i.e. after arrival September, 1996 and already completed.

Purge and Trap Concentrator, UIC Campus Research Board, $5,706. 1997.

Very High Pressure Single Pulse Shock Tube Studies of Aromatic Species, DOE, $330,000, 8/98-7/01.

Comprehensive Shock Tube Studies of Current Combustion Kinetic Problems Over Extreme Ranges of Pressure and Temperature, National Science Foundation, $164,999, 9/99-9/01 (with J. Kiefer, Co- P.I.),

Shock Tube Investigation of the Oxidation of Rich Ethane and Oxygen Mixtures, The Sandia Laboratories, $35,001, 1/01-12/01, $8,000, 1/02 -12/02.

Very High Pressure Single Pulse Shock Tube Studies of Aromatic Species, DOE, $345,000, 12/01-12/04.

Shock Tube Studies of Soot Chemistry Over Extreme Ranges of Pressure and Temperature, National Science Foundation, $318,000, 7/01-12/04 (with J. Kiefer as co-P.I.).

REU Site in Novel Materials and Processing, NSF, $199,758, 4/02-3/05, as co-P.I., (with C.G. Takoudis, P.I., and A. Linninger, G.A. Mansoori and J.R. Regalbuto as additional co-P.I.s).

Acquisition of Surface Analysis Instrumentation for Research and Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, NSF, $280,000 (with four other P.I.s).

Very High Pressure Single Pulse Shock Tube Studies of Aromatic Species, DOE, $65,000, 12/15/04- 12/14/05

High Pressure Studies of Carbon Monoxide Oxidation for Application to Mars Exploration, NASA, $367,066, 1/04-11/07.

Science Teacher Research (CSTR) Program - Research Experiences for Teachers, NSF, $400,806, 07/05-04/07, as Co-P.I. with A. Linninger (P.I.) and others

Remediation of Sour Natural Gas, DOE, $175,000, 03/15/05-01/15/08.

Comprehensive JP-8 Mechanism For Vitiated Flows - AFOSR SBIR Phase I, $100000 (Brezinsky portion, $33,333), 6/08-2/09 (Jacques Bingue, Innovation Energy Solution, P.I.)

Fundamental Understanding of Propellant/Nozzle Interaction to Mitigate Erosion for Very High Pressure Missile Propellant Applications, MURI, Office of Naval Research (ONR), $3,071,307 (Brezinsky portion, $614,300), 7/1/04-5/31/09.

Center for Authentic Science Practice in Education, NSF, $297,391 , 8/04-8/09, as Co-P.I. with D. Wink(P.I.) and Others

Biologically Derived Diesel Fuels and NO, $ 240,000, NSF, 4/15/06-8/31/10.

NSF IREE: Collaborative Single Pulse Shock Tube and Jet Stirred Reactor Studies on NO Formation From Biologically Derived Diesel Fuels, $34,552, NSF Supplement, 10/01/06 -8/31/10

Aromatic Radicals-Acetylene Particulate Matter Chemistry, $410,855, 7/07-7/11. DOE-SERDP.

Generation of Comprehensive Surrogate Kinetic Models and Validation Databases for Simulating Large Molecular Weight Hydrocarbon Fuels, $881,000 (Brezinsky portion), MURI. Air Force Office of Scientific Research, (Fred Dryer, Princeton U. P.I.) 7/07-6/12

CURRENT PROGRAMS

Novel materials and processing in Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Research Experience for Undergraduates, NSF, $237,568, 04/05-04/14, as Co-P.I. with C. Takoudis (P.I.) and others

PENDING

Bio-Derived Fuels for Low Temperature Combustion, NSF/DOE, K. Brezinsky P.I., S.K. Aggarwal and S.S. Goldsborough Co-P.I.s, $1,233,389, 11/1/12.

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