June 2, 1995

UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER. Research contracts: Professor Gerald Cain, Pounds 70,000 from Dialog Semiconductor (consultancy).

Research councils: Professor Peter Morse and Dennis Carroll, Pounds 128,413 from Engineering and Physical Science Research Council; Dr Stephen Winter, Pounds 134,725 from EPSRC (an environment for design and performance evaluation of portable parallel software).

European: Professor Peter Morse, Christopher Thorpe, Mark Baldwin, Pounds 51,215 from Eurocontrol (ADS display and tracker development); Professor Christopher Bucke, Pounds 84,045 from European Commission (structure - function relationships of glucosyltransferases) and Pounds 126,602 from European Commission (synthesis of hetro-oligosaccharides using glycosidas); Dr Stephen Winter, Pounds 220,288 from European Commission Copernicus (software engineering for parallel processing) and Pounds 115,330 from European Commission (stimulation of European industry through high performance computing); Vassilis Konstantinou, Professor Peter Morse and Alexandra Psarrou, Pounds 85,738 from European Commission (historia-heraldic images storing applications. New tools for historical research - the Venetian contribution).

UMIST. Research contracts: Professor R Griffiths, Pounds 92,346 from Ministry of Defence (evaporation of thickened agent simulant droplets); Professor R Davey, Pounds 75,496 from Unilever plc (crystal chemistry and morphology); Professor R Griffiths, Pounds 190,060 from the Ministry of Defence (urban dispersion model development); Dr D A Leigh, Pounds 69,226 from Nestec SA (caffeine molecular receptor); Dr R C Newman Pounds 153,555 from US Dept of the Navy (environmental interactions and fracture in polymer matrix composites); Dr P A Crossley, Pounds 57,440 from Manweb plc/ETSU (radial feeder protection to wind farms);

Dr J Hatfield, Pounds 105,701 from AromaScan plc (gas sensing studies); Professor S R Reid, Pounds 112,289 from the MoD (through thickness properties of composite materials); Professor M A Leschziner, Pounds 52,872 from British Aerospace (prediction of cavity flows); Professor M A Leschziner, Pounds 56,440 from Siemens Measurements Ltd (modelling in gas meter ducts); Professor M A Leschziner, Pounds 407,820 from BMW et al (turbulence modelling for vehicle aerodynamics); Dr T W Choularton, Pounds 239,004 from the Meteorological Office (parametrization of clouds and aerosol); professor P A Payne, Pounds 311,978 from AromaScan plc (sensor arrays studies).

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