Equipment Restoration & Renewel - Past Recipients

Year Award Recipient Description
2015 Joel Boerckel Replacement of Non-functional in vivo Microcomputed Tomography System
2015 William Boggess Replacing Obsolete Windows XP Based Data Systems on Instruments within the Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility
2015 Thomas Corke Replacement of the Ingersoll-Rand Air Compressor of the Hessert Laboratory High-Pressure Blow-Down Facility
2015 Patrick Fay Replacement of Dicing Saw for the Notre Dame Nanofabrication Facility
2015 Bertrand Hochwald Notre Dame Millimeter-Band Capability
2015 Bill Kremer Ceramics Department Equipment Restoration and Renewal
2015 Krupali Krusche Acquiring New Grounds in Laser Technology: New Methods of Innovative, Integrated, Multidisciplinary Documentation of World Heritage Monuments
2015 Yahya C. Kurama Acquisition of an Integrated High-Speed/High-Resolution Three-Dimensional Digital Image Correlation (3D-DIC) Instrument for Advanced Full-Field Response Monitoring of Civil, Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Systems
2015 Jarek Nabrzyski CRC High Performance Distributed Storage: Enabling Computationally Based Data Creation and Analysis
2015 Bradley D. Smith Upgrade of Three Electron Beam Devices in the Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility
2014 Brian Baker A Flourescence Detection System for the Beckman XL-A Analytical Ultracentrifuge
2014 William Donaruma Green and Sustainable Lighting for Film, Theatre, and Photography
2014 Scott Emrich Replacement of the Notre Dame Bioinformatics Data Analysis Rig
2014 Stanislav Gordeyev High-Speed Camera for Aerospace Research
2014 Athanasia Panopoulos Obtaining a FACSCanto II Flow Cytometry Machine
2013 Matthew Champion Restoration and Renewal of the 5500 Series QTrap Hybrid Linear Ion-Trap in the Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility
2013 Jason Hicks Enabling Solid State NMR Research through Conversion of a Dcommissioned Liquids 300 MHz NMR Spectrometer
2013 David Hyde Replacement of an Aging Workhorse Lecia Confocal Microscope within the Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility
2013 Gregory Snider Notre Dame Ultra-Low Temperature Nanoelectronics: From Profligate to Provident
2013 Mark Suckow Vivarium Upgrades to Support Notre Dame's Translational Research
2012 Allen Oliver Upgrade and Renewal of an X-ray Diffractometer: From a Single-Source to a More Intense Dual-Source Instrument
2012 Alexander Mukasyan, Bradley Smith Replacement Transmission Electron
2012 Paul Down Non-Print Output Equipment and Machinery Required For the Design Faculty in the Department of Art, Art History & Design, College of Arts & Letters
2012 Jeremy Fein, Peter Burns, Patricia Maurice Acquisition of a Potentiometric
Autotitrator Instrument In Support of Environmental Surface Geochemistry Research
2012 Jim Merz, Douglas Hall, Alexander Mintairov Proposal to restore and time-resolved nano-optic spectroscopy capability
2012 Kay Stewart Restoration of Aquatic Equipment to Enhance Science and Assure Humane Care of Animals
2012 Stuart Jones, Jeremy Fein Renewal of CEST/UNDERC Gas Chromatography
2011 John Blacklow Steinway piano restoration and purchase
2011 Laura Carlson, Panos Antsaklis, Steve Batill The acquisition of a head-mounted virtual reality system for collaborative research at the interface between spatial cognition and engineering
2011 Tom Corke Equipment for high pressure turbine operation of the Notre Dame transonic turbine facility
2011 Michael Hildreth, Kevin Lannon, Colin Jessop, Randall Ruchti, Mitchell Wayne Virtual tier 3 for CMS: A template for leveraged computing
2011 Michelle Joyce Replacing the LC Packings Ultimate Nano High-Performance Liquid Chromatograph in the Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility
2011 Matthew W. Leevy, Bradley Smith Albira Trimodal PET/SPECT/CT for Small Animal Nuclear Imaging
2011 John Tan Covaris sample preparation for next-generation sequencing and microarray applications
2011 Douglas Thain, Kevin Bowyer, Scott Emrich, Patrick Flynn, Jesus Izaguirre, Gregory Madey Replacement of the Data Intensive Science Cluster
2011 Jaroslav Zajicek Acquisition of a 400-MHz FT-NMR spectrometer