Higher education grants

May 4, 2001

University of Huddersfield

The following have been awarded grants :

Prof P. A. Barnes , £248,574 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (an instrument for the quasi-simultaneous measurement of the temperature dependance of dielectric parameters);

Prof E. L. Charsley
, £9,817 from DERA (thermal analysis of pyrotechnic compositions); Prof J. Gunn, £5,709 from English Nature (River Lathkill hydrological investigation – Stage 2) and £4,775 from Countryside Council for Wales (Hydrological assessment – Cwm Cadlan grossland);

Prof M. I. Page
, £44.600 from Ciba Specialities (scale-up of biotransformations) Dr G Hardaker, £109,000 from Leonardo da Vinci (supply chain management in the music industry across the internet);

Dr I. J. Anderson
, £59,5 from EPSRC (template matching in metrology: novel approaches to ill-conditioned problems);

Dr P. H. Marsden
, £40,048 from EPSRC (Electronic prescription processing) Prof B. Edwards, £4,485 Academy of AHRB (Basil Spense – The family collection of drawings, papers, photographs and art);

Dr L. Blunt
, £59,940 from EPSRC (nanometrology network) and £151,458 from EPSRC (novel metrology based control algorithms for precision manufacturing);

Dr D. G. Ford
, £173,281 from EPSRC (novel-metrology based control algorithms for precision manufacturing); and £28,000 from D.S. Technologies (genetic design applied to high performance tools (structures); and £15,000 from Renishaw plc (novel-metrology based control algorithms for precision manufacturing); and £219,088 from EPSRC (reduction of errors in the design and integration of CNC machine tools);

Dr L. Morrish
, £193,559 from EPSRC (mathematical model for the wear process of worm gears);

Mrs T. Barker
, £7,000 from Health Authority (evaluation of out-of-hours palliative care provision);

Mrs S. Chenery
, £4,900 from the Home Office (study of the consequences of being burgled among the over 60’s living in sheltered accommodation); and £13,000 from West Yorkshire Police (evaluation of police outreach workers); and £,3,485 from the Home Office (secure by design);

Mrs J. E. Firth
, £5,000 from South Huddersfield Primary Care Group (needs analysis in the Holme Valley);

Dr N. King
, £5,000 from Calderdale & Kirklees Health Authority (psychological skills in primary care);

Mr A. Palmer
, £45,000 from Calderdale & Kirklees Health Authority (projects arising out of Delphi study currently being completed);

Mr I. Warwick
, £,5999 from Community Health: Sheffield (survivors of childhood sexual abuse: an exploration of the impact of childhood sexual abuse on males from ethnic minority communities and their experience of existing services).

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