Research Infrastructure Investments from the Research Development Fund that were awarded for Fall 2021.
The fall 2021 call for applications resulted in ten (10) applications being submitted totaling over $8 million requested. Applications were reviewed by the Research Development Fund Advisory Committee (AC) who submitted recommendations for consideration by the Research Development Fund Management Committee. After discussions, three applications were considered for funding to improve research infrastructure resources at Texas A&M University totaling more than $2.7 million.
Below are the fall 2021 RDF applications awarded:
- Improving 3D Micro/Nanoscale Structure Fabrication Capabilities at the AggieFab Nanofabrication Facility, submitted by lead contact Dr. Arum Han, Electrical and Computer Engineering
- The Acquisition of an Ultra-High Temperature Furnace for Synthesis and Thermal Treatment of Advanced Materials in Vacuum or Inert Atmosphere, submitted by lead contact Dr. Miladin Radovic, Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical Engineering
- New 500 MHz NMR Spectrometer with Increased VT-Capabilities, submitted by lead PI, Dr. Andy Thomas, Chemistry