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Purnendu K. Dasgupta

CURRICULUM VITA May, 2011


EDUCATION

1977 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry with minors in Inorganic Chemistry and Electrical Engineering.

1976 Bell and Howell Diploma in Advanced Electronics, DeVry Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL.

1970 University of Burdwan, WB, India, M.Sc. in Inorganic Chemistry.

1968 University of Burdwan, WB, India, B.Sc. with Honors in Chemistry.


EXPERIENCE

Sept 2010 - Jenkins Garrett Professor of Chemistry, University of Texas at Arlington. Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech University. Adjunct Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas Tech University.

2007- August 2010 Chairman, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The University of Texas at Arlington.

2005- Appointed Professor, jointly to Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas Tech University

1992-2006 Paul Whitfield Horn Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech University

1988-1991 Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech University

1985-1988 Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech University

1981-1985 Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech University

1979-1981 Assistant Research Chemist, California Primate Research Center;

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, California.

1978 Postdoctoral Research Associate and Instructor, Department of Chemistry, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

1973-1977 Graduate Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

1972 Senior Research Scholar, Department of Physical Chemistry, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Sciences, Calcutta, India.


HONORS AND AWARDS

National Science Talent Search Scholar, Government of India, 1965-1968.

Atomic Energy Commission of India Graduate Fellow in Chemistry, 1969-1970.

Government of India Doctoral Research Fellow, 1972.

Frank R. Blood Award for best publication, Society of Toxicology and Pharmacology, 1981.

Institute Medal, Institute of Industrial Sciences, University of Tokyo, 1987.

P. A. Traylor Creativity Award, Analytical Sciences, Dow Chemical, Midland, MI, 1989.

Outstanding Achievement Award, International Ion Chromatography Symposium, 1989.

Barney E. Rushing, Jr. 1990 Faculty Distinguished Research Award, Texas Tech University Dads and Moms Association, 1991.

A. A. Benedetti-Pichler Memorial Award, American Microchemical Society, 1998.

Inducted Honorary Member, Korean Society for Environmental Analysis, 2001.

William J. Probst Lecturer, Southern Illinois University, IL. 2001.

Governor’s Appointee: Texas Council of Environmental Science and Technology, 2002-.

Governor’s Appointee: Texas Emission Reductions Program Advisory Board, 2002-.

Elected IEEE Senior Member, 2003.

ARCS Foundation, Lubbock Chapter. Scientist of the Year, 2004-2005.

Outstanding Achievement Award in Ion Chromatography, 2005.

Most Accessed Paper in Environmental Science and Technology published in 2005.1

Best Science Paper of 2005, Environmental Science and Technology, Editor’s Award, 2006.1

Miegunyah Lecturer, The University of Melbourne, Australia. 2007.

Japan Society of Flow Analysis, Honor Medal, 2008.

Karcher Lecturer, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. 2008.

Conference Uber Ionenanalyses, Conference Award, Berlin, 2009.

Foster Lecturer, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. 2009

Purnendu K. Dasgupta Lecture Series, endowed by former students, colleagues and friends, established at Texas Tech University. 2009. Inaugural Lecturer: Royce W. Murray, Member, NAS, Editor, Analytical Chemistry

Purnendu K. Dasgupta Graduate Award in Analytical Chemistry established at Texas Tech University. Funded by proceeds from Dasgupta patents donated to TTU and by former students, 2009.

Distinguished Record of Research Award, The University of Texas at Arlington, 2010.

American Chemical Society Award in Chromatography, 2011.

Delaware Valley Chromatography Forum, Stephen Dal Nogare Award in Chromatography, 2012.

MEMBERSHIPS

American Chemical Society

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

Sigma Xi


APPOINTMENTS

Chairman, Subcommittee on Sulfur Compounds, Intersociety Committee on Methods for Air Sampling and Analysis. 1986- .

Consultant: Anatel Corp. 1998-. Dow Chemical Company 1986- . Dionex Corporation 1987- . Shell Development Company 1988- . EG & G Chandler Engineering 1989. W. R. Grace & Co. 1990; Eastman Chemical, 1993, Eastman Kodak, 1994, Union Carbide Corp., 1994.


Editorial Advisory Board Member, Analytica Chimica Acta 1994- 2003, Analytical Chemistry (A pages), 1997-1999; Analytical Sciences, 2006- ; Atmospheric Environment, 1990-2001; Journal of Microcolumn Separations, 1997-2001; Journal of Process Control and Quality, 1995-, Talanta. 1990- .

Appointed Editor, Analytica Chimica Acta, 2004-


PUBLICATIONS

Three hundred fifty plus publications in primary peer-reviewed journals and book chapters, 7000+ citations, H-index 45 (includes book chapter citations).


GRANTS

Approximately 18 million dollars in Federal, State and Private grants, 1979-date.


PATENTS (Only US Patents listed, in most cases parallel European/International patents exist)

P1. US Patent 4,500,430, Continuously Rejuvenated Ion Exchanger, February 19, 1985.

P2. US Patent 4,647,380, Annular Dual Permselective Device and Method, May 3, 1986.

P3. US Patent 4,920,056, Apparatus and Method for Automated Microbatch Reaction, April 24, 1990.

P4. US Patent 5,045,204, Method and Apparatus for Generating a High Purity Chromatographic Eluent, September 3, 1991.

P5. US Patent 5,316,630, Methods for Chromatography Analysis, May 31, 1994.

P6. US Patent 5,358,612, Electrophoresis with Chemically Suppressed Detection, October 25, 1994.

P7. US Patent 5,433,838 Electrophoresis with Chemically Suppressed Detection, July 18, 1995.

P8. US Patent 5,573,651 Apparatus and Method for Flow Injection Analysis. November 12, 1996.

P9. US Patent 5,660,703 Apparatus for Capillary Electrophoresis having an Auxiliary Electroosmotic Pump. August 26, 1997.

P10 US Patent 5,766,959 A Method for Determining A Component Using A Liquid Film or Droplet. June 16, 1998.

P11 US Patent 5,814,199 Forming Thin Film Interfaced Samples for Analysis with Capillary Separation Systems. September 29, 1998.

P12 US Patent 6,011,882 Chemical Sensing Techniques Employing Liquid Core Optical Fibers. January 4, 2000.

P13 US Patent 6,086,736 Electromigration Injection from a Microreservoir Electrode in Capillary Separation Systems. July 11, 2000.

P14 US Patent 6,332,049 Luminescence Detector With Liquid Core Waveguide. December 18, 2001.

P15 U.S. Patent 6,393,894 Gas sensor with phased heaters for increased sensitivity, 28 May, 2002

P16 U.S. Patent 6,890,372 Denuder assembly for collection and removal of soluble atmospheric gases, 10 May, 2005

P17 U.S. Patent 6,993,252 Self-monitoring flow-through heater, 3 October, 2005

P18 U.S. Patent 7,306,720 Membrane based volatile component removal devices for liquid chromatography, 11 December, 2007

P19. US Patent 7,582,482, Continuous Ion Species Removal Device and Method, 1 September, 2009.

P20. US Patent 7,632,404. Barrier with a Seated Ion Exchange Bead and Method. 15 December, 2009.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Measurement of Trace Atmospheric Species and Atmospheric Chemistry

Air Pollution Toxicology

Automated Intelligent Analyzers

Microfabricated sensors and Instrumentation

Thin Film Flow Devices and Sensors

Automated Process Analyzers for the Chemical Industry

Novel Approaches to Ionic Analysis

Breath gas measurement in disease diagnostics

Perchlorate in the Environment


OTHER DISTINCTIONS


ISI SCIENCE WATCH (Vol 3, No. 3, April 1992) Rated Texas Tech Analytical Chemistry Program second in the world based on impact factor of publications in 1984-1990.


Dionex Corporation has been supporting our work on ionic analysis continuously for the past twenty years.


In 2006 the NSF has selected our Arsenic project for highlighting to congress.


In 2010 the NSF Chemistry Division Committee of Visitors identified the arsenic project as an exemplar of excellence in support of the Division’s investment in research, education, and infrastructure, one of 29 projects so recognized in the entire Chemistry division from hundreds of funded projects spanning 2007-2009 (http://www.nsf.gov/mps/advisory/covdocs/CHEcov_2010.pdf).


Our work on perchlorate has received extensive recognition in the past year, from CNN to NPR, from The Wall Street Journal to Nature. I was asked to and did brief congressional staff. For a partial listing of websites still carrying the story, see:

http://www.legalnewswatch.com/news_542.html

http://my.webmd.com/content/Article/101/106096.htm?pagenumber=1

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/02/24/perchlorate_in_milk/

http://www.ewg.org/issues/perchlorate/20050222/index.php
http://pubs.acs.org/subscribe/journals/esthag-w/2005/feb/science/rr_perchlorate.html
http://www.livescience.com/humanbiology/050224_rocket_fuel.html
http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2005-02/acs-pfi022205.php
http://pubs.acs.org/cen/news/83/i06/8306perchlorate.html
http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn7057
http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/n/a/2005/02/24/national/a085611S41.DTL
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/02/050222110959.htm
http://www.nature.com/news/2005/050221/full/050221-13.html

http://www.infoshop.org/inews/article.php?story=20050224160910875

http://www.gnn.tv/headlines/1232/Rocket_Fuel_Chemical_Found_in_Breast_Milk

http://www.wkyc.com/health/health_fullstory.asp?id=30855

http://www.wired.com/news/medtech/0,1286,66699,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_3

http://phoenix.bizjournals.com/phoenix/stories/2005/02/21/daily42.html

http://www.newsnet5.com/video/4228132/detail.html

http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2005-02-24-fuel-milk_x.htm

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory?id=528023


Distinctions as a Mentor

My students have consistently won many awards outside and inside the University. See for example,

http://www.depts.ttu.edu/chemistry/awards/GradAwards.html

http://www.depts.ttu.edu/gradschool/highlighttext9.php

The Song Prize (the award that annually recognized the best dissertation in the Department of Chemistry at Texas Tech) was established in 1991. Among a faculty of 30, my students have won this prize 8 of 19 times in the 1991-2009 period.


My students have won the ACS Environmental Chemistry Division Graduate Student Award four years in a row. Two of these four years they have won the Best Graduate Student Paper Award.


RESEARCH GRANTS


University of California, Davis


1. Health Effects of Gaseous and Particulate Effluents of Coal Utilization: Effects of Various Oxidation States of Sulfur, Nitrogen and Their Compounds. Electric Power Research Institute. $1,835,215 over three years, 1979-1981. Multidisciplinary project with multiple investigators, headed pollutant generation and characterization efforts.


2. Effect in the Lung of Sulfur Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide and Ozone in Humidified Atmospheres. California Air Resources Board. $150,601 over 1 year in 1981. Co-Principal investigator with A. C. Jackson.


3. Comparison of Nitrogen Dioxide and Ozone Toxicity in Rat Lungs. Southern California Edison Company. $98,625 over 1 year in 1981. Co-Principal investigator with J. A. Last.


Texas Tech University


4. Ion Chromatography with Novel Solid Supports and Detection Methods. Texas Tech University Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1981-1982. $1,000.


5. Ion Exchange Chromatography for Trace Ionic Analysis in Water. State of Texas Water Resources Research Center. $6,362 over two years beginning 1981.


6. Real Time Determination of Atmospheric Acidity. State of Texas Organized Research Funds. $6,000 over 1982.


7. Infectivity Model Verification Studies with Nitrogen Dioxide. General Motors Corporation (Coordinating Research Council), 1983. Co-Investigator with J. J. McGrath, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Summer support of one graduate student. $2,100.


8. Mass Transfer in Dialysis Systems : Application of Filament-Filled Helical Membrane Tubing in Artificial Kidney/Lung Machines. Seed Support, Biomedical Research Grant Support Program, National Institutes of Health, 1983. $2,500 over one summer.


9. Continuous Measurement of Ambient Hydrogen Peroxide. Measurement of Hydrogen Peroxide (and Formaldehyde, and S(IV)) in Gas Phase and Cloudwater. Environmental Protection Agency. $90,103 over two years beginning October, 1983. Additional matching funding of $20,000 from Center for Energy Research, Texas Tech University.


10. Continuous Determination of Background Levels of Sulfur Dioxide. Texas Tech University Graduate School, 1983. $700.


11. Continuous Determination of Formaldehyde and Sulfur Dioxide in the Gas Phase and Formaldehyde, S(IV) and the Formaldehyde - S(IV) Adduct in Atmospheric Water. Electric Power Research Institute, 1983. $89,788 over two years beginning January, 1984. Additional matching funds of $15,000 from Center for Energy Research at Texas Tech University.


12. Novel Approaches to Ionic Chromatography. US Department of Energy, 1984. $253,000 over three years, beginning September, 1984. Additional matching funds of $20,000 from Center for Energy Research at Texas Tech University.


13. Improved Analytical Method for the Measurement of Gas and Aqueous Phase Peroxides. US Environmental Protection Agency, 1985. $190,000 over two years beginning May, 1985.


14. Membrane Differentiated Gas Phase Flow Injection Analysis. The Dow Chemical Company, USA. $63,000 for two years beginning February, 1986.


15. A Center for Synthetic Advanced Membrane Technology. State of Texas. $335,000 for two years beginning January, 1986. Co-Principal Investigator with R. A. Bartsch and D. W. Armstrong.


16. Field Measurement of Ambient Hydrogen Peroxide and Formaldehyde. US Environmental Protection Agency/Northrop Services. $39,500, Summer, 1986.


17. Field Measurement of Ambient Hydrogen Peroxide and Formaldehyde in Summertime Los Angeles, Carbonaceous Species Methods Comparison Study. US Environmental Protection Agency/Environmental Monitoring Systems. $9959, Summer, 1986.


18. Pulsed Gas Carrier Continuous Flow Analysis. The Dow Chemical Company, USA. $106,068 for three years, beginning July, 1987.


19. Measurement of Sulfur Dioxide with a Gold film Analyzer. Jerome Instrument Company. $25,200, "Jerome Postdoctoral Fellowship" and Research Supplies, one year beginning July 1987.


20. Novel Approaches to Ionic Chromatography. US Department of Energy, 1987. $170,000 over 25 months beginning December, 1987.


21. Diffusion Scrubber Coupled Ion Chromatography for the Measurement of Trace Atmospheric Gases. Electric Power Research Institute. $200,521 over three years beginning January, 1988.


22. Flow Injection Analysis: Water in Organic Solvents. Shell Research and Development. $41,500 for one year beginning February, 1988.


23. Measurement of Urinary Mercury by Fenton's Reagent Digestion. Arizona Instruments (formerly Jerome Instrument Company). $16,800. "Jerome Postdoctoral Fellowship" and Research Supplies. Six months beginning July, 1988.


24. Research on Continuous Flow Analysis. Unrestricted grant, Shell Development Company. $30,000 over one year beginning March, 1989.


25. Research on Analytical Chemistry. Unrestricted grant, The Dow Chemical Company, USA. $10,000 over one year beginning March, 1989.


26. Electrodialytic Eluent Generator for Ion Chromatography. Dionex Corporation. $28,200 for one year beginning April, 1989.


27. Automated Measurement of Ozone Residual in Water. American Water Works Association Research Foundation. $140,000 for two years beginning September, 1989. Joint project with University of California, Davis.


28. Novel Approaches to Ionic Chromatography. US Department of Energy, 1990. $244,000 for 3 years beginning January, 1990.


29. Mapping Sulfur and Ammonia Emissions in Texas. A Mobile Atmospheric Research Laboratory. Texas Advanced Research Program, 1990. $164,120 for two years beginning January, 1990.


30. Analyte Identification, Peak Purity Determination and Universal Calibration Using Simultaneous Suppressed and Nonsuppressed Ion Chromatography. Dionex Corporation. $40,750 for 15 months beginning April, 1990.


31. Research on Continuous Flow Analysis. Unrestricted grant, Shell Development Company. $35,000 for one year beginning April, 1990.


32. Ultrasensitive Sensors for Process Water Measurement. EG & G Chandler Engineering. Unrestricted grant, $30,000 for one year beginning January, 1990.


33. Wet Effluent Denuder Coupled Liquid/Ion Chromatography Systems (WEDCLICS): A Versatile Technique for The Analysis of Atmospheric Trace Gases. US Environmental Protection Agency, 1990. $358,760 for four years beginning September, 1990.


34. Research on Continuous Flow Analysis. Unrestricted grant, Shell Development company. $35,000 for one year beginning April, 1991.


35. Research on Analytical Chemistry. Unrestricted grant, The Dow Chemical Company, USA. $10,000 for one year beginning June, 1991.


36. Analyte Identification, Peak Purity Determination and Universal Calibration Using Simultaneous Suppressed and Nonsuppressed Ion Chromatography, Phase II. Dionex Corporation. $36,000 for 12 months beginning July, 1991.


37. Development of Continuous Monitor for Gas and Aerosol Acidity. US Environmental Protection Agency. $236,350 for two years beginning October 1, 1991.


38. Determination of Total Carbonyl Content of Organic Solvents. Shell Development Company. $25,000 for one year beginning October, 1991.


39. Membrane Interface to Capillary Electrophoresis. The Dow Chemical Company, USA. $40,000 for one year beginning October, 1991.


40. Inexpensive Remotely Addressable Soil Moisture Sensors. Texas Advanced Technology Program, 1991. $49,103 for two years beginning January, 1992.


41. Mapping Sulfur and Ammonia Emission in Texas: A Mobile Atmospheric Research Laboratory, Phase Two, 1991. $116,000 for two years beginning January, 1992.


42. Two-Dimensional Conductometric Detection in Ion Chromatography. Dionex Corporation. $40,000 for one year beginning July, 1992.


43. Flow Injection Analysis, Unrestricted Grant, Shell Development Company. $25,000 for one year beginning July, 1992.


44. Membrane Interface to Capillary Electrophoresis. The Dow Chemical Company, USA. $129,220 for 27 months two years beginning October, 1992.


45. Multidimensional Detection in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $43,000 for one year beginning July, 1993.


46. Effect of Expired Ammonia in Inhalation Toxicologic Studies of Acid Aerosols with Human Volunteers. Field Study; Ranchos Los Amigos Research and Educational Institute, $20,000 for four months beginning October, 1993.


47. Design and Construction of a Fast Responding Formaldehyde Monitor for Ground-based and Helicopter-based deployment. Tennessee Valley Authority, Muscle Shoals, AL $16,441 for two months beginning October, 1993.


48. Inexpensive Remotely Addressable Soil Moisture Sensors Phase Two. Texas Advanced Technology Program, 1993. $60,624 for two years beginning January, 1994.


49. Airborne Measurement of Trace Gases in Marine Atmospheres. Development of Instrumentation for Fast Measurement of the Chemical Composition of Marine and Coastal Aerosol. Office of Naval Research. $301,144 for three years beginning January, 1994.


50. Ionic Analysis and Air Sampling. Dionex Corporation. $43,000 for one year beginning July, 1994.


51. Determination of Trace Atmospheric Gases by Capillary Electrophoresis (CE). Size-selective Sampling and Analysis of Atmospheric Particles by a CE-based Analyzer. US Environmental Protection Agency. $408,893 (including $55,705 in university contributions) for three years beginning September, 1994.


52. Quality Control: Measurement of Aerosol Acidity. US Environmental Protection Agency, $9,988 for one year beginning October, 1994.

53. Separations on Water-Ice. US Department of Energy. $203,000 for two years beginning November, 1994.

54. Analytical Chemistry in a Drop. Dow Chemical Company. $45,376 for one year beginning June, 1995.

55. Air Sampling and Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $45,497 for one year beginning July, 1995.

56. Monitoring System for Accidental Plutonium Release. Texas Engineering Experimental Station (PANTEX). $112,500 for 24 months beginning September 1, 1995.

57. Indoor Air Pollution. Diagnosing Sick Building Syndrome: Biological or Chemical Problem? State of Texas Advanced Technology Program. $137,662 for two years plus $20,000 from QIC Inc, beginning January 1, 1996.

  1. 58. Analytical Chemistry in a Drop. Dow Chemical Co. Unrestricted grant, $10,000 for one year beginning July 1, 1996.

  2. 59. Field-Usable Compact Capillary Based Ion/Liquid Chromatographs. US Environmental Protection Agency. $353,762 for three years beginning October 15, 1996.

  3. 60. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $40,000 for one year beginning July, 1997.

  4. 61. Design, Construction, Establishment of Proof of Principle, and Testing of a Spectrometer to Permit Spectroelectrochemical Investigations of Actinides in a Confined System. US Department of Energy and Los Alamos National Laboratory, through Amarillo National Research Center for Plutonium. $99,917 for one year beginning January 16, 1998.

  5. 62. New Approaches to Measurement of Fat Stability. Determination of Stability Status: Present and Potential. Novus International. $51,838 for one year beginning January, 1998.

  6. 63. Continuous Titrator for KOH in Polyols. The Dow Chemical Company. $61,370 for two years beginning January, 1998.

  7. 64. Determination of Hexavalent Chromium in Leather. Leather Research Institute. $22,400 for fifteen months beginning June, 1998.

  8. 65. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $50,000 for one year beginning July, 1998.







  1. 66. Real Time Field Monitoring of Airborne Cr(VI), Arsenic, Benzene and Trichloroethylene in Water. US Air Force / SERDP $233,461 for 15 months beginning September, 1998.

  2. 67. Center for Process Analytical Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. $60,000 for one year beginning January, 1999.

  3. 68. Design, Construction, Establishment of Proof of Principle, and Testing of a Spectrometer to Permit Spectroelectrochemical Investigations of Actinides in a Confined System, Phase II. US Department of Energy and Los Alamos National Laboratory, through Amarillo National Research Center for Plutonium. $97,722 for one year beginning January 16, 1999.

  4. 69. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $50,000 for one year beginning July, 1999.

  5. 70. Supersite Research Task 7. Continuous Measurement of Composition of Aerosol Particles at the Atlanta Supersite. US Environmental Protection Agency via Georgia Institute of Technology. $66,000 for one year beginning June, 1999.

  6. 71. Real Time Field Monitoring of Airborne Cr(VI), Arsenic, Benzene and Trichloroethylene in Water. Phase II. US Air Force / SERDP $188,785 for 15 months beginning September, 1999.

  7. 72. Determination of Refractive Index of Crude Oil. US Department of Energy through New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. $100,590 for 20 months beginning September 1999.

  8. 73. An Instrument for the Determination of Leather Shrinkage. Texas Tech University Leather Research Institute. $20,000 for fifteen months beginning September, 1999.

  9. 74. Design, Construction, Establishment of Proof of Principle, and Testing of a Spectrometer to Permit Spectroelectrochemical Investigations of Actinides in a Confined System, Phase III. US Department of Energy and Los Alamos National Laboratory, through Amarillo National Research Center for Plutonium. $95,840 for one year beginning January 16, 2000.

  10. 75. Two-Dimensional Conductometric Ion Chromatography. Dow Chemical Co. Unrestricted grant, $10,000 for one year beginning February 1, 2000.

  11. 76. Atmospheric Characterization. Houston Supersite 2000. United States Environmental Protection Agency through the University of Texas at Austin. $350,000 for 30 months beginning March 1, 2000.

77. An Automated Instrument for Measuring Endotoxins in Process Water. Biowhittaker and Anatel Corporation, $120,000 for two years beginning May 1, 2000.

78. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $55,000 for one year beginning July 1, 2000.

79. Measurement of Hazardous Gases and Vapors using a Liquid Core Waveguide. ATSDR $185,000 for one year beginning July 31, 2000

80. Low wavelength synchronous fluorescence measurements on a chip. DARPA, $937,000 for four years beginning September 1, 2000.

81. UV Fluorescence/Absorption Microanalysis system. National Science Foundation, $936,000 for three years beginning October 1, 2000.

82. Large Surface Bio-Chem Decontamination, SBCCOM $400,000 for one year beginning October 1, 2000.

83. Biofluidic Chips. Bioarray LLC, $204,000 for two years beginning October 1, 2000.

84. Detection of Chemical and Biological agents, SBCCOM $400,000 for one year beginning October 1, 2000.

85. Curriculum Development, Micromachining, Microfluidics and Microsensors. National Science Foundation, $477,000 for three years beginning October 1, 2000.

86. Philadelphia Field Studies. US Environmental Protection Agency via Man-Tech Environmental, $41,500 June1-December 31, 2001.

87. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $55,560 for one year beginning July 1, 2001.

88. Detection of Chemical and Biological agents, SBCCOM $267,000 for one year beginning October 1, 2001.


89. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Unrestricted Grant, Dow Chemical, $10,000 for one year beginning October 1, 2001.


90. Fast Versatile Microfabricated Moisture Sensors. Center for Process Analytical Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. $78,000 for 18 months beginning January 1, 2002.


91. Two-Week Intercomparison Field Study at RTP, NC. US Environmental Protection Agency via Man-Tech Environmental, $10,500 January 1-June 30, 2002.


92. Measurement of Gaseous Formaldehyde, Hydrogen Peroxide, Methyl Hydroperoxide, Ammonia, and Nitric acid and Aerosol Nitrate during the Bay Region Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment. State of Florida Department of Environmental Quality, Tampa, FL. $110,570 for one year beginning January 1, 2002.


93. Monitoring of Gaseous Nitric Acid, Ammonia, Sulfur Dioxide and Particulate Nitrate, Sulfate and Ammonium. Lake Michigan Air Directors Consortium, Des Plaines, IL. $145,000 for two years beginning May 1, 2002.


94. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $57,000 for one year beginning July 1, 2002.


95. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $75,000 for one year beginning July 1, 2003.


96. Aethalometric Liquid Chromatographic Mass Spectrometric Instrument for Characterization of Carbonaceous Particulate Matter. United States Environmental Protection Agency. $450,000 September 1, 2003- August 31, 2008. Transferred to UTA.


97. Nitric Acid Calibration Source and Measurement Intercomparison. Bay Region Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment. State of Florida Department of Environmental Quality, Tampa, FL. $74,366 for one year beginning September 1, 2003.


98. Rapid detection of Phosphonates using Molecularly Imprinted Polymers. United States Air Force. $95,000 for one year beginning July 1, 2003.


99. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $75,000 for one year beginning July 1, 2004.


100. Detection of Chemical and Biological agents, US Army RDECOM $153,125 for 15 months beginning October 1, 2004.


101. A Green Fieldable Analyzer for Arsenic, NSF. $353,000 for three years beginning February 1, 2005. Transferred to UTA.


102. Field Intercomparison Study, Beltsville, MD. United States Environmental Protection Agency. $15,000 for one year beginning June 1, 2005


103. Basic Research in Ionic Analysis. Dionex Corporation. $75,000 for one year beginning July 1, 2005.


104. Mechanism of Natural Production and Occurrence of Sources of Perchlorate in the Environment,-SERDP. US Air Force. Multi-PI project. $518,754 for three years beginning September 1, 2005.


105. Real Time Analyzers for Gases, Particles and Metals, NSF. $385,664 for three years beginning September 1, 2005. Transferred to UTA.


106. Fabrication, Description, Specification and Operator Training for Formaldehyde Measurement, TEXAQS II. Texas Commission for Environmental Quality, $85,000 (in addition, $45,000 in parts directly bought by sponsor) for one year beginning September 1, 2005.


107. Perchlorate and Iodide Intake and Excretion in Breastfed Infants. Texas Advanced Research Program. $100,000 for two years beginning August 1, 2006. Transferred to UTA.


108. Iodine Nutrition Status of US Infants and the Role of Perchlorate. The Gerber Foundation, $64,000 for one year beginning August 1, 2006. Transferred to UTA.


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