SDSU Physics - Research Grants
Research in the Department of Physics
Research grants and donations
Arlette Baljon, Soft Condensed Matter
"Spatio-dynamical Order in Reversible Polymeric Gels," NSF, Division of Materials Research. $240,000 (2005-2008)
`Structure-composition relationships for curved membranes," Petroleum Research Fund, American Chemical Society, $35.000. (6/02-8/05; can be extended till 8/06).
``A computational study of how contact time affects the strength of an adhesive bond, Research Corporation, $25,269. (5/00-5/05)
Matt Anderson, Optics
"Studying material ablation with temporal sequences of ultrashort laser pulses," The American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, ($35,000) 5/15/03, status: awarded 11/19/03.
"Studying blue-light induced red absorption with shaped ultrashort laser pulses," Research Corporation Cottrell College Science Award ($38,074), status: awarded 5/13/02.
"Using ultrashort pulsed lasers for refractive eye surgery," San Diego Foundation Blasker Grant ($42,650) status: awarded 5/16/01.
Calvin Johnson, Theoretical Nuclear Physics
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, "Frontier computations in the structure of atomic nuclei. $138,000 for 3 years.
Department of Energy Academic Alliances Program, "Nuclear level densities for modeling nuclear reactions: an efficient approach using statistical spectroscopy,'' ($347,000/ three years May 2003-April 2006).
Department of Energy Office of Science, Computational approximations to the nuclear shell model ($140,000/three years September 2003-August 2006).
Saul Oseroff, Experimental Condensed Matter
National Council for Community and Education Partnerships. ($46,330 , 06/15/04 - 06/14/05)
National Science Foundation ($210,000 07/01/01 - 06/30/05)