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Three ME Projects Receive Defense University Research Instrumentation Program Awards

Three ME Projects Receive Defense University Research Instrumentation Program Awards

The U.S. Department of Defense has announced the recipients of their Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) Awards. Of the 242 awards to 99 academic institutions, six were awarded to the University of Maryland, of which three were awarded to Mechanical Engineering projects:

Virtual Platform for Design and Control of Structural Acoustics - Prof. B. Balachandran, Principal Investigator

Deep Reactive Ion Etcher - Prof. D. DeVoe, Principal Investigator

Refractometer and Particle Image Velocimeter for Controlling the Structure of Spray - Prof. A.K. Gupta, Principal Investigator

January 24, 2001


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