March 8, 1996

UNIVERSITY OF SURREY. Research grants.

Dr M. Silver and Professor A. Adams, Pounds 6,000 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (simulation of advanced strained-layer optoelectronic devices); Mr R. Tafazolli and Professor B. Evans, Pounds 113,118 from EPSRC (scheme for migration to third generation personal communication systems); Dr I. Thompson, Pounds 20,688 from EPSRC (reaction of HALO nuclei); Drs U. Tuzun and D. Heyes, Pounds 17,283 from EPSRC (dynamic measurements and numerical simulation of multisize granular flows); Drs P. Voke and P. Hancock, Pounds 148,281 from EPSRC (large-eddy simulation of unsteady flow over turbo machinery blades); Dr N. Ward, Pounds 105,252 from EPSRC (isotope ratio measurement using ICP-MS coupled to ion trap detection); Mr R. Woods and Professor C. Clayton, Pounds 38,468 from EPSRC (field studies of a cantilever retaining wall, singely propped at formation level).

European funds

Professor B. Evans and Mr R. Tafazolli, Pounds 150,480 from EC (SECOMS-satellite EHF communications for mobile multimedia services) and with Mr S. Jones, Pounds 206,000 from EC (THESEUS - terminal at high speed for European stock exchange users). Professor J. Kittler and Dr M. Bober, Pounds 202,200 from EC (scalable architectures with hardware extensions for low bitrate variable bandwidth realtime videocommunication - Scalar).


Research contracts

Professors A. Day and L. Porter, Pounds 60,000 from Ford of Europe Inc (professorships/ directors of FordEquip MSc programme); Drs L. Kernohan and J. Lawler, Pounds 35,599 from the Northern and Yorkshire Regional Health Authority (population approach to the secondary prevention of diabetes among Bradford's south Asian population).

Research grants

Dr D. Kouvatsos, Pounds 132,569 from EPSRC (quantitative analysis of complex broad-band integrated services digital networks (B-ISDNs) with particular emphasis on the creation of solution methodologies and cost-effective algorithms, development of software tools and strict model validation procedures); Drs D. Hothersall and Mr K. Horochenkov, Pounds 112,523 from EPSRC in collaboration with Dr S. Chandler-Wilde of Brunel University (boundary element numerical modelling and experimental modelling at a scale of 1:20 in an anechoic chambers to study the performance of noise barriers).

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