Oregon State University

Research Equipment Reserve Fund Funded Proposals

RERF Spring 2013-14

The Research Office received 16 proposals for this solicitation. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 7 proposals with combined budgets of $266,826.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Blunck, David (School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering, College of Engineering): "FLIR SC6700 Camera with Required Sogtware and Lens"
  • Fang, Chong (Dept. of Chemistry, College of Science): "Advanced Spectroscopic Imaging System for Ultrafast Characterization of Materials"
  • Indra, Arup (Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy): "TaliTM Image-Based Cytometer"
  • Kosro, P. Michael (College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences): "Repairs to HF Surface Current Mapping System"
  • Leid, Mark (Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy): "SynergyTM HT Multi-Dectection Platereader"
  • Li, Kaichang (Dept. of Wood Science and Engineering, College of Forestry): "Replacement of Fourier Transfer Infrared (FTIR) Spectrometer"
  • Taratula, Oleh (Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy): "BD Accuri C6 Flow Cytometer System"

RERF Fall 2013-14

The Research Office received 36 proposals for this solicitation. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 6 proposals with combined budgets of $386,240.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Carter, Rich (Dept. of Chemistry, College of Science): "Octet Red Biosensor System for Label Free Analysis of Proteins"
  • Graham, Matt (Dept. of Physics, College of Science): "Hyperspectral Absorptive and Fluorescence Surface Imaging Microscope"
  • Jander, Albrecht (School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering): "Wide Temperature Range Magnetometer/Susceptometer System"
  • Kleber, Markus (Dept. of Crop and Soil Science, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Elemental Analyzer with Capacity for C, H, N, O and S"
  • Walker, Travis (School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering): "TA Instruments DHR-3"
  • Zhao, Yanyun (Dept. of Food Science and Technology, College of Agricultural Sciences): "HunterLab The Color Flex EZ"

RERF Spring 2012-13

The Research Office received 11 proposals for this solicitation. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 5 proposals with combined budgets of $260,846.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Kutzler, Michelle (Dept. of Animal and Rangeland Sciences, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Inverted Stage Fluorescence Microscope with Imaging"
  • O'Malley, Kathleen (Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station/Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Replacement of an Imaging System Critical to Genetic Research"
  • Schilke, Karl (School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering): "Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation Monitoring (QCM-D)"
  • Stieger-Vanegas, Susanne (Dept. of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine): "VLAXS Veterinary Large Animal X-Ray System"
  • Wing, Michael (Dept. of Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management, College of Forestry): "LiDAR Aerial System"

RERF Fall 2012-13

The Research Office received 30 proposals for this solicitation. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 9 proposals with combined budgets of $472,365.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Conley, John (Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering): "PicoPlasma Plasma Enhanced Atomic Layer Deposition (PEALD) Source System"
  • Dhagat, Pallavi (Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering): "Cryogen-Free Superconducting Magnet"
  • Freitag, Michael (Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics, College of Science): "Microfluidizer to Facilitate Studies with Intact Biomolecules"
  • Goyer, Aymeric (Dept. of Botany and Plant Pathology, College of Agricultural Sciences): "High Performance Liquid Chromatography"
  • Hatten, Jeff (Dept. of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management, College of Forestry): "Purchase of Lachat QuickChem 8500 Series 2 Flow Injection Analyzer"
  • Howe, Glenn (Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society, College of Forestry): "BioRad GelDoc EZ"
  • Löhr, Christiane (Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine): "Semiautomated Tissue Microarrayer - Galileo TMA-CK3500"
  • Maier, Claudia (Dept. of Chemistry, College of Agricultural Sciences): "2D Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography System"
  • Traber, Maret (School of Biological and Population Health Sciences, College of Public Health and Human Sciences): "Robots for Automated Liquid Handling and Solid Phase Extraction"

RERF Spring 2011-12

The Research Office received 21 proposals for this solicitation. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 7 proposals.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Diggs, Helen (Laboratory Animals Resources Center): "IVIS Optical Imaging System"
  • Kamke, Fred (Dept. of Wood Science and Engineering, College of Forestry): "ThermoFisher Continuum IR Microscope"
  • Lorang, Jennifer (Dept. of Botany and Plant Pathology, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Multi-Use PCR Station: Bio-Rad C1000 Thermal Cycler with Dual 48 Block and CFX 96 Optical Modules, and Two T100 Thermal Cyclers"
  • Ross, Andrew (Dept. of Crop and Soil Science, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Brabander Quadramat-Senior Experimental Flour Mill"
  • Schreck, Carl (Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Multi-Temperature Chiller Unit"
  • Stuedlein, Armin (School of Civil and Construction Engineering, College of Engineering): "Universal Direct Simple Shear/Direct Shear"
  • Tate, Janet (Dept. of Physics, College of Science): "High Temperature Oven for Hall Measurement System"

RERF Fall 2011-12

The Research Office received 33 proposals for this solicitation. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 11 proposals.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Chappell, Patrick (Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine): "Microscope / Vibratome to Complete Electrophysiology Core Facility"
  • Ciannelli, Lorenzo (College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences): "Underwater Digital Stereo Imaging"
  • Dilles, John (College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences): "Cathodoluminescence (CL) Detector for Existing SEM Instrumentation"
  • Harris, Robert (College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences): "Portable Electronic Divided Bar"
  • Hooven, Louisa (Dept. of Horticulture, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Synergy 2 Multimode Microplate Reader and Accessories"
  • Jander, Albrecht (School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering): "Acquisition of Precision Wafer Dicing Saw"
  • Leon, Arturo (School of Civil and Construction Engineering, College of Engineering): "Multi-Purpose River Hydraulics Research Facility"
  • Muszynski, Lech (Dept. of Wood Science and Engineering, College of Forestry): "Integrated Stereo-Microscopic System for Optical Measurements of 3D Deformation and Strain Fields in Microscopic Material Samples"
  • Sikora, Aleksandra (Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy): "MultiFlo Microplate Dispenser"
  • Strauss, Steven (Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society, College of Forestry): "Upgrade - StepOne RT-PCR System"
  • Vasil'ev, Yury (Dept. of Chemistry, College of Science): "High-Resolution Resonance-Electron-Capture Orthogonal Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer"

RERF Spring 2010-11

The Research Office received 19 proposals for this solicitation. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 6 proposals.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Kosro, P. Michael (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Upgrade to Two SeaSonde HF Surface Current Mapping Systems (GPS SHARES)"
  • Lajtha, Kate (Dept. of Crop and Soil Science, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Multiplexed Stable Isotope Incubation System"
  • Langdon, Christopher (Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Agilent / HP 6890 Gas Chromatograph"
  • McGuire, Joe (School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering): "Optical Waveguide Lightmode Spectroscopy (OWLS) System"
  • Minc, Leah (Radiation Center/Dept. of Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts): "Perkin-Elmer Model A307 Sample Oxidizer"
  • Rochefort, Skip (School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering): "TA Instruments Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC Model Q2000) and Thermogravimetric Analyzer (TGA Model Q800)"

RERF Fall 2010-11

The Research Office received 23 proposals for this solicitation. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 12 proposals.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Beckman, Joseph (Environmental Health Sciences Center): "Water Vapor Isotope Analyzer"
  • Dhagat, Pallavi (School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering): "High Sensitivity CCD Camera (Retiga-2000R)"
  • Greenwood, Jeffrey (Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics, College of Science): "Roche xCELLigence Real-Time Cell Monitoring System"
  • Kolluri, Siva (Dept. of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Nucleofector II Transfection System"
  • Lachenbruch, Barb (Dept. of Wood Science and Engineering, College of Forestry): "VHX-1000E Digital Microscope"
  • Maier, Claudia (Dept. of Chemistry, College of Agricultural Sciences): "An Accurate Mass, High Resolution Mass Spectometer for Metabolomics"
  • Mate, Bruce (Marine Mammal Institute): "Piloting, Safety, Electronic, Communication Upgrades to Research Vessel Pacific Storm"
  • Mueller, Chad (EOARC-Union, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Insentec RIC Animal Feeding System"
  • Proteau, Philip (Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy): "Jasco J0815 Spectropolarimeter (CD Spectrophotometer)"
  • Schultz, Adam (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Ocean Bottom Multi-Physics Monitoring System"
  • Torres, Marta (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Front End Module to the Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS)"
  • Turner, Russell (Dept. of Nutrition and Exercise Sciences, College of Health and Human Sciences): "A Replacement X-Ray Source for a Scanco CT40 Scanner"

RERF Spring 2009-10

The Research Office received 20 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $985,784. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 5 proposals with combined budgets of $124,129.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Hill, David (School of Civil and Construction Engineering, College of Engineering): "RDI Steampro Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler"
  • McIntyre, David (Dept. of Physics, College of Science): "Olympus Research Grade Microscope"
  • Minot, Ethan (Dept. of Physics, College of Science): "Probe Station"
  • Stevens, Jan F. (Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy): "Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometer"
  • Wu, Bo Ming (Dept. of Botany and Plant Pathology, College of Agricultural Sciences): "BX51 Microscope w/Phase/Fluorescence and Camera"

RERF Fall 2009-10

The Research Office received 27 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $1,177,916. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 12 proposals with combined budgets of $474,281.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Barbar, Elisar (Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics, College of Science): "Surface Plasmon Resonance for Macromolecular Interactions"
  • Beaudry, Christopher (Dept. of Chemistry, Colleges of Agricultural Sciences and Science): "Preparative HPLC"
  • Brook, Edward (Dept. of Geosciences, College of Science): "Self Contained 20'x8', -25oC Freezer for Ice Core Storage with Redundant Refrigeration, Backup Generator, Data Logger, and Alarms"
  • Dziak, Robert (Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies): "1 Shallow Water Passive Acoustic Mooring"
  • Haley, Brian (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Aridux II De-Solvating Nebulizer (DSN), Cetac ASX-150 Autosampler and Teflon Sample Vials, Quick-Wash Unit for Sample Rinse"
  • Ideker, Jason (Dept. of Civil and Construction Engineering, College of Engineering): "Cyclic Environmental Performance Testing Equipment for Concrete"
  • Indra, Gitali (Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy): "Multi Probe Adaptor System for Measurement of Transepidermal Water Loss Skin Surface pH, Skin Hydration, Sebum and Melanin Content"
  • Jander, Albrecht (School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering): "E4991A RF Impedance/Material Analyzer"
  • Narayanan, Vinod (School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, College of Engineering): "High-Sensitivity, High-Speed Camera"
  • Orner, Gayle (Linus Pauling Institute): "Baker ChemoShield Barrier Isolator"
  • Simonsen, John (Dept. of Wood Science and Engineering, College of Forestry): "AFM Repair and Upgrade"
  • White, Angelicque (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Horiba Jobin Yvon Fluorolog3-21 Spectrofluorometer"

RERF Spring 2008-09

The Research Office received 15 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $309,380. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 8 proposals with combined budgets of $165,235.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Apte, Sourabh (School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering, College of Engineering): "Acquisition of 80-Node Computing Cluster for DoE's NETL"
  • Chen, Hsiou-Lien (Dept. of Design and Human Environment, College of Health and Human Sciences): "Digital Elmendorf Tearing Tester"
  • Huang, Chien-Chih (School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering): "NorECS Probostat High Temperature Conductivity Cell"
  • Karow, Russell (Dept. of Crop and Soil Science, College of Agricultural Sciences): "NMR 20-23 MHz Spectrometer for use in Determining Oil, Protein, and Moisture Content of Oil-Seed and Other Crops"
  • Magnusson, Kathy (Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine): "Behavioral Tracking System for Mice and Rats"
  • Peterson, Jay (Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies): "Instrumented Block and Conducting Cable"
  • Pribyl, Larry (News and Communication Services, University Advancement): "Video, Audio, and Photographic Equipment"
  • Schreck, Carl (Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Liquid Scintillation Counter (LSC)"

RERF Fall 2008-09

The Research Office received 28 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $671,523. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 16 proposals with combined budgets of $473,945.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Bond, Barbara (Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society, College of Forestry): "Picarro Wavelength-Scanned Cavity Ring Down Spectrometers for Field Detection of Stable Isotopes in C in CO2 and of O and H in Liquid Water and Water Vapor"
  • Chan, Francis (Dept. of Zoology, College of Science): "Building Ocean Acidification Research Capacity in Oregon's Coastal Ocean"
  • Cherala, Ganesh (Dept. of Pharmacy Practice, College of Pharmacy): "Reaction Block Upgrade Kit, iQ5"
  • Dhagat, Pallavi (School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering): "Projected Field Electromagnet"
  • Gross, Michael (Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics, College of Science): "Bioruptor XL Sonication Device"
  • Harter, Rod (Dept. of Nutrition and Exercise Sciences, College of Health and Human Sciences): " LigMaster™ Multijoint Arthrometer"
  • Hays, John (Dept. of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Fast Protein Liquid Chromatography Protein Purification System"
  • Karplus, P. Andrew (Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics, College of Science): "Crystallization Robot for Facilitating Structural Studies"
  • Ling, Qingyue (Food Innovation Center, College of Agricultural Sciences): "100-Watt CO2 Laser Processing System"
  • Maier, Claudia (Dept. of Chemistry, College of Agricultural Sciences): "TriVersa NanoMate, A Microfluidic Sample Delivery Device for Electrospray Mass Spectrometers"
  • Mellinger, David (Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies): "Long-Term Acoustic Recording tag (LARa) and Acoustic Release"
  • Penner, Mike (Dept. of Food Science and Technology, College of Agricultural Sciences): "HPLC System"
  • Petrie, Steven (Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Inframatic 9200 Whole Grain Analyzer with Test Weight Module"
  • Rondon, Silvia (Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Three-Door BioDoc-It Imaging System UVP M-26, Analog Printer, and Doc-It 1D Analysis Software"
  • Stoner, Joseph (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Acquisition of Critical Elements to Support the new OSU Paleo-and-Environmental Magnetism Laboratory"
  • von Jouanne, Annette (School of Electrical Engineeering and Computer Science, College of Engineering): "Optical Motion Tracking System for Implementation in the O. H. Hinsdale Wave Research Lab"

RERF Spring 2007-08

The Research Office received 24 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $736,077.00. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 9 proposals with combined budgets of $154,293.00.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Dreher, Theo (Microbiology, Science): "Upgrade of FACSCalibur Flow Cytometer"
  • Goeckede, Mathias (Forest Science, Forestry): "Repair Atmospheric CO2 System at Marys Peak"
  • Goyer, Aymeric (Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Agricultural Sciences): "Sorvall Legend 23R Centrifuge"
  • Heppell, Scott (Fisheries and Wildlife, Agricultural Sciences): "Leica S8 APO Stereomicroscope, Imaging Software, and Dell Optiplex 755 Computer"
  • Higgins, Adam (School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, Engineering): "High-Speed Video Thermal Microscopy System"
  • Mueller, Chad (Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center, Agricultural Sciences): "SpectraMax Plus 384 UV/Vis Microplate Spectrophotometer"
  • Philpott, Matthew (Environmental Health and Safety, Facilities Services): "Bioquell Z Hydrogen Peroxide Room Bio-Decontamination System"
  • Qian, Michael (Food Science and Technology, Agricultural Sciences): "Gerstel Multidimensional GC with Olfactometer"
  • Shellhammer, Thomas (Food Science and Technology, Agricultural Sciences): "High Performance Liquid Chromatograph with DAD and RI Detectors"

RERF Fall 2007-08

The Research Office received 30 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $1,043,001.00. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 10 proposals with combined budgets of $400,730.00.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Ciannelli, Lorenzo (Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Digital Camera for Use with Stereo and Compound Microscopes"
  • Cowles, Timothy (Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Environmental Chambers"
  • Goddik, Lisbeth (Food Science and Technology, Agricultural Sciences): "Soft Cheese Vat"
  • Muszynski, Lech (Wood Science and Engineering, Forestry): "Compact System for Fatigue Testing of Small Composite Samples"
  • Nason, Jeffrey (Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, Engineering): "Brightwell Dynamic Particle Analyzer"
  • Owen, James (North Willamette Research Extension Center, Agricultural Sciences): "Irrigation Pump with Variable Frequency Controller"
  • Prahl, Fredrick (Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "ME5 Balance Sartorius Gold ME"
  • Rochefort, Skip (Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, Engineering): "TA Instruments AR2000ex Rotational Rheometer"
  • Stevens, Jan Frederik (Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy): "Tandem Mass Spectrometer for Small Molecule Analysis"
  • Strauss, Steven (Forest Science, Forestry): "Genesis Series Freeze Dryer 35L Model (VirTis)"

RERF 2006-07

The Research Office received 35 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $1,203,108.00. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 18 proposals with combined budgets of $617,666.00.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Barbar, Elisar (Biochemistry and Biophysics, Science): "Ultrasensitive Isothermal Titration Calorimeter"
  • Bay, Brian (Mechanical Engineering, Engineering): "Laser/Video Microscope Assembly for X-Ray MicroDiffraction"
  • Campana, Michael (Institute for Water and Watersheds): "Agilent 6890N Gas Chromatograph"
  • Frei, Balz (Linus Pauling Institute): "Dual Gradient and Data Processing Upgrade"
  • Givan, Scott (Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing): "Solexa 1G Machine (S1G)"
  • Ho, Emily (Linus Pauling Institute): "SprectraMax L Microplate Luminometer with Injection System"
  • Jander, Albrecht (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Engineering): "Zero Gauss Chamber"
  • Kioussi, Chrissa (Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy): "NanoDrop ND-1000 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer"
  • Kolluri, Siva Kumar (Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, Agricultural Sciences): "Hypoxia Chamber to Grow Mammalian Cells"
  • Kosro, P. Michael (College of Oceanic and Atomospheric Sciences): "Upgrade Two GPIB SeaSondes to USB SeaSondes and Repair of SeaSonde Transmitter SN9920"
  • Marshall, Christopher (Zoology, Science): "Microptics Digital XLT - For Digitizing Insect Specimens"
  • Mata, John (Biomedical Sciences, Veterinary Medicine): "Fast Centrifugal Partition Chromatography (FCPC)"
  • Ostroverkhova, Oksana (Physics, Science): "Back-Illuminated Electron Multiplying Charge Coupled Device (EMCCD)"
  • Proteau, Philip (Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy): "Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectrophotometer"
  • Ross, Andrew (Crop and Soil Science, Agricultural Sciences): "Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer System"
  • Ruggiero, Peter (Geosciences, Science): "Platform for a Physical/Biological Sampling System for the Nearshore Ocean"
  • Schneider, Guenter (Physics, Science): "High Performance Computing Cluster for Advanced Simulations in Materials Science and Nanotechnology"
  • Tate, Janet (Physics, Science): "Ocean Optics UV-Visible-Nir Spectrometer"

RERF Spring 2005-06

The Research Office received 31 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $1,022,412.00. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 4 proposals with combined budgets of $124,910.00.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Apte, Sourabh (Mechanical Engineering): "An Integrated High Performance Computing Cluster to Facilitate High-Fidelity Simulation, Visualization, Education, and Innovation/Discovery Through Large-Scale Parallel Computing"
  • Gupta, Rakesh (Wood Science and Engineering): "An Impact Test System"
  • Kurapov, Alexander (Collge of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "A Multi-User 32-Processor Linux Cluster to Support Coastal Ocean Modeling and Data Assimilation Research"
  • Peszynska, Malgorzata (Mathematics): "High Performance Computing Cluster Nodes for Computational Science Research in College of Science"

RERF Fall 2005-06

The Research Office received 39 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $1,086,942.18. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 14 proposals with combined budgets of $330,759.00.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Abbott, Mark (Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "An Integrated High Performance Image Processing and Analysis Server, Associated Storage, and Switching Fabric to Support the Creation of High Definition MPEG 7 Content-Based Searches"
  • Cann, David (Mechanical Engineering): "NorECS Probostat High Temperature Conductivity Cell"
  • Chase, Zanna (Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Flow-Through Photochemical Oxidizer"
  • Haggerty, Roy (Geosciences): "Dionex ICS 1500 Ion Chromatograph"
  • Hibbs, David (Forest Science): "Drying Oven"
  • Keszler, Douglas (Chemistry): "CM Furnace 1706FL"
  • Kruzic, Jamie (Mechanical Engineering): "High Speed Precision Diamond Sectioning Saw"
  • Li, Kaichang (Wood Science and Engineering): "Density Profiler"
  • Narayanan, Vinod (Mechanical Engineering): "High Frequency Infrared Detector System"
  • Rorrer, Gregory (Chemical Engineering): "Beckman Z2 Dual Threshold Coulter Counter"
  • Simonsen, John (Wood Science and Engineering): "Differential Scanning Calorimeter"
  • Tepley, Frank (Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Turbo-Pumped High Resolution Desktop Carbon Coating System"
  • Williams, David (Environmental and Molecular Toxicology): "Waters Alliance HPLC System"
  • Zabriskie, Mark (Pharmaceutical Sciences): "High Performance Liquid Chromatograph"

RERF Spring 2004-05

The Research Office received 16 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $345,850.70. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 7 proposals with combined budgets of $115,191.70.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Barbar, Elisa (Biochemistry and Biophysics): "Deuterium Decoupling Accessories for NMR Structure Determination of Large Biomolecules"
  • Cann, David (Mechanical Engineering): "HP/Agilent 4284A LCR Meter"
  • Chang, Chih-hung (Chemical Engineering): "Scrubber System"
  • Dhagat, Pallavi (Electrical Engineering): "Precision Gaussmeter with Standard and Low Field Probes"
  • Field, Jennifer (Environmental and Molecular Toxicology): "Agilent 1100 High-Performance Liquid Chromatography System"
  • Li, Qilin (Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering): "Motorized Micromanipulating System"
  • Minc, Leah (Radiation Center): "Digital Signal Analyzer"

RERF Fall 2004-05

The Research Office received 43 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $1,153,063.47. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 16 proposals with combined budgets of $422,823.01.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Chaplen, Frank (Bioengineering): "Floor Centrifuge"
  • Crowe, Frederick (Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center): "Autoclave"
  • DeBano, Sandra (Fisheries and Wildlife): "Environmental Chamber System"
  • Dreher, Theo (Microbiology): "Biological Safety Cabinet"
  • Hoffman, Mark (Exercise and Sport Science): "Noraxon TeleMyo 2400 Electromyography System"
  • Kong, Wei (Chemistry): "Spectra Physics GCR 190"
  • Kruzic, Jamie (Mechanical Engineering): "Upgrade Instron 8501 Servohydraulic Dynamic Mechanical Testing Machine"
  • Maddalozzo, Gianni (Exercise and Sport Science): "Pneu-Vibe with Single Pneu-Lift"
  • Muszynski, Lech (Wood Science and Engineering): "Integrated Device for Full-Field, Non-Contact Measurement of Displacements and Strains Based on High-Resolution 3D Image Correlation"
  • Nolin, Anne (Geosciences): "An Energy-Balance Automated Weather Station"
  • Qian, Michael (Food Science and Technology): "Gerstel SPME/Twist Sampler for Flavor Analysis"
  • Rohrmann, George (Microbiology): "Sorvall Superspeed Centrifuge"
  • Shellhammer, Thomas (Food Science & Technology): "Small Particle Zeta Potential Analyzer"
  • Simonsen, John (Wood Science & Engineering): "Photon Correlation Spectrometer"
  • Stevens, Jan Frederik (Chemistry and Linus Pauling Institute): "Autosampler for Existing GC/MS Instrument"
  • Webb, Molly (Biochemistry/Biophysics): "Tissue Embedding Station"

RERF Spring 2003-04

The Research Office received 35 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $1,196,464. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 4 proposals with combined budgets of $44,795.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Hansen, Everett M. (Botany and Plant Pathology): "PTC-200 Thermocycler, Alpha Engine 96V, Alpha Engin 48/48 Dual, Alpha Engine 16/16 Engin Dual"
  • Maier, Claudia (Chemistry): "UV-VIS Spectrophotometer for Quantitative Proteomics"
  • Rochefort, Skip (Chemical Engineering): "DSC Cell and TGA Furnace for Thermal Characterization Facility"
  • Ross, Darrell (Forest Science): "Three Environmental Chambers"

RERF Fall 2003-04

The Research Office received 48 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $1,310,857. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 37 proposals with combined budgets of $1,098,179.

The following proposals have been selected for funding:

  • Altland, James (Horticulture): "Soil Mixer"
  • Barth, John (Jack) (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Ocean Clider Autonomous Vehicle"
  • Bayne, C. J. (Zoology): "MicroArray Scanner"
  • Brunner, Amy (Forest Science): "Mx3000P Real-Time PCR System"
  • Buhler, Donald (Environmental and Molecular Toxicology): "Automatic Microplate Fluorescence and Absorbance Spectrophotometer"
  • Busch, Ralf (Mechanical Engineering): "Diamond TG/DTA Lab System"
  • Busov, Victor (Forest Science): "Allegra 25R Centrifuge with Rotors"
  • Costello, Mark (Mechanical Engineering): "Low Speed Wind Tunnel Sting Balance"
  • Dashwood, Rod (Linus Pauling Institute): "Ventilated Necropsy Workstation"
  • DelCurto, Timothy (EOARC Union Station): "Digital Imaging Microscope"
  • Filtz, Theresa (Pharmaceutical Sciences): "Ultracentrifuge Rotors"
  • Giovannoni, Stephen (Microbiology): "Millipore Pellicon 2 Filtration Assembly"
  • Greenwood, Jeffrey (Biochemistry and Biophysics): "Cell Culture Centrifuges"
  • Heidel, Jerry (Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory): "Dako Autostainer System"
  • Kent, Michael (Microbiology): "UV Sterilizer for Salmon Disease Lab"
  • Kosro, P. Michael (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler"
  • Machado, Stephen (Crop and Soil Sciences): "No-Till Drill or Direct Seed Drill"
  • Maier, Claudia (Chemistry): "Multidimensional Separation/Fractionation System"
  • McReynolds, Robert (Horticulture): "Horizontal Flow Drying Oven"
  • Meigs, Andrew (Geosciences): "Two Trimble ProXR GPS Receivers, Accessories, and Recon Data Loggers"
  • Mix, Alan (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Laser Ablation/Fusion Sampling/Pyrolysis System for Micro-Scale Isotopic and Chemical Analysis"
  • Narayanan, Vinod (Mechanical Engineering): "CCD Camera and Integration Module for Measurement of Scalar Transport in Microscales"
  • Orner, Gayle (Linus Pauling Institute): "Individually Ventilated Mouse Cage System and Laminar-Flow Change Station"
  • Paul, Brian K. (Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering): "CM Rapid Temp Model 1512 GSH2FL Inert Gas Furnace"
  • Paulenova, Alena (Radiation Center): "Finnigan LCQ Classic with Finnigan Surveyor HPLC"
  • Prahl, Fredrick (College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Zymark Turbo Vap II Concentration Workstation"
  • Qian, Michael (Food Science and Technology): "Autosampler for Agilent 5973 GC-MS"
  • Rochefort, Skip (Chemical Engineering): "Gel Permeation Chromatography System to Couple to Existing Laser Light Scattering Equipment"
  • Selker, John (Bioengineering): "Compressor for Pressure Extraction"
  • Shellhammer, Thomas (Food Science and Technology): "Malvern Mastersizer 2000 Particle Size Analyzer"
  • Shock, Clinton (Malheur Experiment Station): "Time Domain Reflectometer"
  • Simonsen, John (Wood Science Engineering): "Brabender Plasticorder"
  • Stevens, Jan Frederik (Chemistry): "Semi-Preparative HPLC Equipment"
  • Su, Yi-Cheng (Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station): "BIOLOG MicroStation Automated Microorganism Identification System"
  • VanBuskirk, Philip (Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center): "Blueline Accutec Sprayer with Orchard Tower"
  • Williams, David E. (Environmental and Molecular Toxicology): "Free Radical Analyzer"
  • Zhao, Yanyun (Food Science and Technology): "CHU-150 E Drying System for Food and Other Agricultural Materials"

RERF Spring 2002-03

The Research Office received 26 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $873,948. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 8 proposals with combined budgets of $276,182.

  • Busch, Ralf (Mechanical Engineering); "Diamond Differential Mechanical Analyzer Lab System"
  • Carter, Rich (Chemistry); "Solvent Purification Systems (SPS) for Gilbert Hall 3rd Floor Laboratories"
  • Gerwick, William (Pharmaceutical Sciences); "Bruker 300 MHz NMR Spectrometer"
  • Graham, David (Marine Geology & Geophysics); "MicroMill Sampler - Nu Wave Research
  • Ho, Emily (Nutrition and Food Management); "Fluorchem 8900-Fluorescence, Chemiluminescence and Visible Imaging System"
  • Proebsting, William (Horticulture); "UV-Vis Spectrophotometer"
  • Shellhammer, Thomas (Food Science and Technology); "LECO FP-528 Nitrogen/Protein Determinator"
  • Traber, Maret (Nutrition and Food Management); "5973N Gas Chromatograph/Mass Selective Detector"

RERF FALL 2002-03

The Research Office received 25 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $538,026. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 20 proposals with combinded budgets of $351,259.

  • Abbott, Mark (College of Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences) "Gigabit Computer Network Equipment for COAS Space in Weniger Hall, 5th Floor"
  • Brunner, Charles (Wood Science & Engineering) "Apogee Instruments AP47n Scientific Imaging Camera, Schneider Optics Xenoplane Near-infrared Lens, and PerkinElmer Optoellectronics MVS-5410 Flash Lamps"
  • Buhler, Donald R. (Environmental and Molecular Toxicology) "Sorvall Evolution RC Centrifuge, Upgraded Rotors"
  • Busch, Ralf (Mechanical Engineering) "Turbomolecular Pumping Station"
  • Chang, Chih-hung (Alex) (Chemical Engineering) "Acton SpectraPro 300i"
  • Dilles, John (Geosciences) "Digital Camera and Computer for Capturing High-Quality Microscope Images of Rock Samples"
  • Gross, Michael K. (Biochemistry and Biophysics) "Leica VT1000S Vibrating Microtome"
  • Gupta, Rakesh (Wood Science and Engineering) "Function Generator"
  • Hamm, Philip (Botany and Plant Pathology), Hane, Dan (Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center), Horneck, Don (Umatilla Extension Service), Clough, George (Hermistion Agricultural Research and Extension Center), Reed, Gary (Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center) "6410 Used Tractor"
  • Heidel, Jerry R. (Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory) "Tissue-Tek TEC 5 Tissue Embedding Console System"
  • Ho, P. Shing (Environmental Health Science Center) "Confocal Mirrors for EHSC Biomolecular X-ray Diffraction Facility"
  • Hruby, Dennis (Microbiology) "HPLC System from Waters"
  • Kassner, M. E. (Mechanical Engineering) "Repair of Servo Hydraulic Test System and Pump"
  • Kioussi, Chrissa (Biochemistry and Biophysics) "Axiovert 25 CFL Inverted Microscope for Fluorescence and Phase Contrast"
  • Morrell, Jeffrey J. (Wood Science and Engineering) "New Brunswick Automated Agar Sterilizer and Petri Dish Filler"
  • Narayanan, Vinod (Mechanical Engineering) "Dual-head Nd:YAG Laser System and Digital Delay Generator"
  • Pence, Deborah (Mechanical Engineering) "High Speed Digital Camera"
  • Qian, Michael (Food Science and Technology) "Agilent 6890 GC-pulsed Flame Photometric Detector for Flavor Analysis"
  • Ream, Walt (Microbiology) "Plant Growth Incubator"
  • Widrick, Jeffrey (Exercise and Sport Science) "Muscle Lever System"

RERF Spring 2001-02

The Research Office received 28 proposals for this solicitation with requests totaling $463,436. After review and evaluation the Research Council provided this office with a prioritized list of proposals. The Vice President for Research has approved funding for 22 proposals with combined budgets of $410,437.

  • Anderson, Kim (Environmental and Molecular Toxicology): "Mass Spectrometry for Interfacing with Existing Ion Chromatograph System"
  • Bakalinsky, Alan (Food Science & Technology): "Agilent Technologies 1100 Flourescence Detector G1321A"
  • Barnes, Jeffrey (College of Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences): "Sun Blade 2000 900 MHz Workstation"
  • Chang, Chih-hung (Chemical Engineering): "Electrochemical Interface (potentionstat/gavanostat) for the Construction of an Electrochemical Teaching and Research System"
  • Delander, Gary (College of Pharmacy): "Large Capacity Autoclave Sterilization Chamber"
  • Fleming, Ian (Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station: Fisheries & Wildlife): "Leica MZ9.5 Steromicroscope with Lecia DC300 Digital Image Analysis Camera"
  • Heidel, Jerry (College of Veterinary Medicine): "Tissue-Tek VIP 5 Vacuum Infiltration Processor"
  • Heppell, Scott (Fisheries & Wildlife): "Lecia RM2155 Microtome"
  • Kong, Wei (Chemistry): "Turbo Molecular Pump"
  • Law, Beverly (Forest Science): "Two Multiple User Computer File Servers"
  • Letelier, Ricardo (College of Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences): "Beckman/Coulter Z2 Counter System"
  • Li, Kaichang (Wood Science & Engineering): "Gel Permeation Chromatography System"
  • Lutcher, Larry (Crop and Soil Science): "Weigh Wagon Repairs"
  • Maddalozo, Gianni (Exercise & Sport Science): "Upgrade DXA to DELPHI System and Add a Second Work Station"
  • Manore, Melinda (Nutrition & Food Management): "Waters High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) Alliance System with 474 Detector"
  • McGuire, Joe (Chemical Engineering): "Computer Controlled Contact Angle Analyzer and Interfacial Tensiometer"
  • Narayanan, Vinod (Mechanical Engineering): "Microscope System for an Infrared Radiometric Imaging System"
  • Paul, Brian (Industrial Engineering): "ESI 4420 Laser Micromachining System"
  • Qian, Michael (Food Science and Technology): "Sulfur Detector for Flavor Analysis"
  • Ream, Walt (Microbiology): "Stratagene RoboCycler Gradient 96 Temperature Cycler with Hot Top"
  • Williams, David (Marine/Freshwater Biomedical Science Center): "Vacuum Infiltration Processor for Tissue Histology"
  • Zhao, Yanyun (Food Science & Technology): "Mocon PERMATRAN 3/33 MG Water Vapor Permeability Unit"

RERF Fall 2001-02

  • Banks, Michael (Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station): "Barnstead NANOpure Diamond Life Science Ultrapure Water System"
  • Busch, Ralf (Mechanical Engineering): "ISOMET 1000 Precision Saw"
  • Daeschel, Mark (Food Science and Technology): "Automated Dilutor/Plater for Microbial Counting and Antimicrobial Sensitivity Testing"
  • Dashwood, Rod (Linus Pauling Institute): "Single Cell Gel Electrophoresis Equipment (Comet Assay)"
  • Field, Jennifer (Environmental and Molecular Toxicology): "Micromass Quattro Micro Benchtop Triple Stage Quadruple Mass Spectrometer System"
  • Forsberg, Neil (Animal Science): "Proteomics Core Processing Facility"
  • Giebultowicz, Jadwiga (Entomology): "SPOT Digital Camera with Computer"
  • Higgins, Christopher (Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering): "Load Cell for Large-Scale Structural Testing"
  • Hunter-Zaworski, Kate (Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering): "IOtech LogBook Portable Data Acquisition System"
  • Klinkhammer, Gary (Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Centrifuge and Rotors"
  • Meyers, Mark (Geosciences): "High Quality Large Format Printer for Research, Map Publication, and Presentation"
  • Narayanan, Vinod (Mechanical Engineering): "Radiometric Infrared Temperature Imaging System with Live Digital Imaging Recorder"
  • Ross, Andrew (Crop and Soil Science): "Ohtake Noodle Machine"
  • Sherr, Barry (Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Digital Imaging System and Thermal Cycler"
  • Simonich, Staci (Environmental and Molecular Toxicology): "Dionex Accelerated Solvent Extrator"
  • Stotz, Henrik (Horticulture): "Growth Chambers"
  • Wilcox, Anthony (Exercise and Sport Science): "ParvoMedics TruMax 2400 Metabolic Measuring System"
  • Wood, Brian (Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering): "Meso-scale Parallel-Computing Workstation"

RERF Spring 2000-01

  • Brower, Andrew (Entomology): "Auto-Montage System"
  • Field, Katharine (Microbiology): "Sorvall RC-2B Centrifuge"
  • Fowler, John (Botany and Plant Pathology): "Harvester Technology Inc. Matrix Mill"
  • Istok, Jonathan (Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering)
  • Jovanovic, Goran (Chemical Engineering): "Agilent 6890 Gas Chromotograph"
  • Li, Kaichang (Forest Products): "Fourier Transfer Infrared Spectrometer with a Golden Gate Single Reflection Heatable Diamond ATR Accessory and a Monolayer Grazing Angle Accessory"
  • Liston, Aaron (Botany and Plant Pathology): "High-Resolution Digital Camera and Stereomicroscope"
  • Mathews, Chris (Biochemistry and Biophysics): "Liquid Scintillation Flow Detector"
  • Proteau, Philip (Pharmaceutical Sciences): "Lyophyilizer (Freeze Dryer)"
  • Schreck, Carl (Fisheries and Wildlife): "Leica TP 1020 Automatic Tissue Processor"
  • Snow, Christine (Exercise and Sport Science): "Two Portable Force Platforms"
  • Stone, Jeffrey (Botany and Plant Pathology): "Thermocycler"
  • Strauss, Steven (Forest Science): "UV Spectrophotometer"
  • Taylor, Barbara (Zoology): "Consolidated Sterilizer SSR-3A-PB"
  • Trehu, Anne (Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences): "Sun Blade 100 with 436Gb Disk & 35Gb DLT Drive"
  • Wrolstad, Ronald (Food Science and Technology): "HPLC Autosampler"

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