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Kansas State University
Electrical and Computer Engineering
2061 Rathbone Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
Phone: (785) 532-5600
Fax: (785) 532-1188
Hours: 8 am-12pm, 1pm-5pm M-F

Funding

Pending

  • C. Weinig, S. Das, J. N. Maloof, C. Robertson McClung, S. M. Welch, Agroecological annotation of gene function and computational analysis of gene networks, National Science Foundation, ($5,652,782), 5 years. (Pending)

Current

  • A. Pahwa, S. Das, Influence of Lightning, Wind, Trees, and Squirrels on Reliability of Power Distribution Systems, National Science Foundation, ($289,747), 3 years.
  • N. Schulz, S. Das, C. Scoglio, B. Natarajan, Advanced Computational and Sensor Network Methods for MVDC Shipboard Power Systems, ONR DEPSCOR (Amount: $600,216; Period: 9/1/2009-8/31/2012).
  • A. Pahwa, S. Das, Trouble Call Analysis Supported by Intelligent Techniques, Power Affiliates Program (WESTAR), (Amount: $17,800; Period: 2009-2010).
  • S. M. Welch, S., Das, TRMS: Agroecological Annotation of Gene Function and Computational Analysis of Gene Networks, National Science Foundation, ($1,212,620), 5 years.
  • S. M. Welch, S. Das, W. H. Hsu, J. L. Roe, “Molecular Evolutionary Ecology of Developmental Signaling Pathways in Complex Environments”, NSF FIBR 0425759, funded senior investigator (co-PIs R. Amasino (U. of Wisconsin), M. Purugganan (NCSU), S. Welch (KSU)) (sub-team amount: $1,405,614/ 9/1/2004-8/31/2010).

Recently Completed

  • A. Pahwa, S. Das, Investigating the Influence of Enviromental Factors on Reliability of Distribution Systems, NSF ECS 0501288, (amount: $240,000/ 7/15/05-7/30/09).
  • S. Das, S. M. Welch, J. E. Leach, Simulation Modeling of Heading Time in Rice: A Genetic Control Network Approach, USDA 2003-35304-13217, (amount: $144,000/ 07/01/03-06/31/05).
  • J. Roe, S. M. Welch, W. H. Hsu, S. Das, Modeling of Temperature Influence on Plant Development: A Genetic Control Network Approach, NSF-EPSCoR Phase-IV Project, NSF EPSCoR: Ecological Genomics: NSF 32115 (Federal) NSF 32116 (Kansas), (co-PIs Herman, Johnson, Blair, Shah, Cohen), (sub-team amount: $34,864 + postdoctoral fellow/ 04/01/03-03/31/04).