Culverhouse Researchers and Colleagues Receive National Science Foundation Grants
- May 4th, 2022
A three-year, $550,000 proposal (2022-2025) submitted by Culverhouse College of Business’ Paul Drnevich (associate professor of strategy, entrepreneurship, and innovation and the Marillyn Hewson Faculty Fellow in Data Analytics & Cyber Security), Shuhui Li (The University of Alabama College of Engineering), Xingang Fu (Texas A&M University Kingsville), and Peda V. Medagam (Phase Technologies LLC) was recently funded by the National Science Foundation NSF. These colleagues will engage in efforts outlined in their proposal, Development of Novel Inverter Technologies and Prototypes for Enhanced Power Generation from Renewable Energy Resources, to translate AI inverter control innovation into a commercial product, process, and/or service, thereby increasing dependable power generation from renewable energy resources and improving the reliability and stability of the nation’s electric power grid.
This proposal is supported by NSF 19-506 – Partnerships for Innovation.
A three-year, $300,000 proposal (2022-2025) submitted by Culverhouse’s Daniel Bachrach (professor of management and the Robert C. and Rosa P. Morrow Faculty Excellence Fellow) and Anya Goodman and Andrea F. Somoza-Norton (both of Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo) was recently funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). These colleagues will engage in efforts outlined in their proposal, Characterization of STEM Undergraduate Research Experiences and Student Outcomes, to examine factors that enhance key science-related outcomes among diverse and bi-lingual students involved in sponsored research.
This proposal is supported by NSF 21-579 – Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Education and Human Resources.