Graduate students awarded research and travel grants

Congratulations to the following recipients of Graduate Student Research and Travel Grants during 2016-17. Twenty students from the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences received the awards. WMU’s Graduate Student Research Fund and Travel Grants supports graduate students engaged in independent scholarly research, scientific inquiry, inventive technology and original artistic activity. Grants are fully funded and administered by the Graduate College and range up to $1,000. Students may apply for up to $600 of additional support to defray the cost of international travel.

*indicates student received additional funding for international travel

Akram, Ayaz
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Travel (Sep 16)
X86 Computer Architecture Simulators: A Comparative Study
 
Akram, Ayaz
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Travel (Jan 17)
X86 Computer Architecture Simulators: A Comparative Study
 
Alcantara, Jerico
Chemical and Paper Engineering
Research
Direct Succinic Acid Production from Lignocellulosic Biomass Using Sequential Solid-State and Slurry Fermentation with Mixed Fungal Cultures
 
Aledhari, Mohammed A.
Computer Science
Research
Design and Implementation of Eye-Like Smart Wearable Device for Blind and Visually Impaired People
 
Aledhari, Mohammed A.
Computer Science
Research
A New Obstacle Avoidance Algorithm In Support of Visually Impaired Individuals
 
Al Qaralleh, Mohammad
Civil and Construction Engineering
Research
Fatigue Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams Strengthened with Externally Bonded Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers
 
Awan, Muaaz Gul
Computer Science
Research
Accelerating Proteomics Software Pipeline Using Graphical Processing Units for Speeding Up Protein Analysis for Systems Biology Studies
 
*Bansode, Subodh
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Travel
Design and Implementation of Regulated Pressure Brace with On-Board Control and Monitoring Abilities for the Treatment of Scoliosis
 
Bilal, Ghassan
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Travel
Network Reduction for Frequency Domain Transient Analysis of Power Components
 
Chlaihawi, Amer Abdulmahdi
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Travel
Novel Screen Printed and Flexible Low Frequency Magneto-Electric Energy Harvester
 
Ferguson, Alexandra
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Travel
Using Experimentally Informed Neuron Models to Find Optimal Neural Stimuli in the Medicinal Leech
 
Hussain, Mohammed
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Travel
Equivalent Representation of Machine Winding in a Frequency Domain Model for Fast Transient Studies