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Welcome to the TEAMS website

TEAMS is a National Science Foundation (NSF) sponsored site under their Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program.  TEAMS stands for Technical Experience in Advancing Modeling Sciences.  The focus of this site can be found in its two names: teamwork and modeling. This website serves as an informational hub for what the program is about, our goals, the available projects and how to apply to the program. Below is a "Table of Contents" for this website with details on all aspects of the program.

 

  1. Welcome to the TEAMS website
  2. Program Details
  3. Application Process
  4. Available Research Projects
      1. Modeling relationships for visible light activated photocatalytic materials
      2. Simulation of ballistics gelatin targets damaged with projectiles
      3. Design of Grenade timer chambers
      4. Assessing Infrastructure and Systems Risk to Climate Change for South Dakota
      5. Cross-linking of molecular epoxy models
      6. Measuring ice growth for anti-icing surfaces
      7. 2D Hydraulic Modeling of Physical Habitat for Fisheries Management
      8. Modeling Docking of Alcohol Producing Enzymes to Prevent Inhibition
      9. Developing Spatially-Based Oilseed Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA) Models Across the Northern Great Plains
      10. Protein Gum Extraction Using Green Solvents 
  5. Previous Research Projects
      1. Minimizing biofouling of membrane polymers
      2. Investigation the potential of mimicking termite mounds for human structures
      3. Thermal modeling of friction stir welding
      4. Heat transfer of well-insulated, transportable tents
      5. Anaerobic digestion modeling of biofuel production
      6. Linking Weather Forecast Ensemble Spread to Forecast Risk and Confidence   
      7. Thermodynamics of environmentally-friendly deep eutectic solvents
      8. Modeling oxygen transport for hydrogen gas production
      9. Modeling relationships for visible light activated photocatalytic materials
      10. Quantifying confidence and accuracy in weather forecasts and numerical prediction
      11. Investigating the stability of bioprocessing enzymes
      12. Simulation of ballistics gelatin targets damaged with projectiles
      13. Cross-linking of molecular epoxy models
      14. Design of Grenade timer chambers
      15. Measuring adhesion forces for anti-icing surfaces

 

 

Program Details

An overview of the goals of the program, program expectations, and a general overview of what is involved with the program.

 

Application Process

The details on how to apply for the program and the application requirements.  Applications are now closed for 2017-2018. If you are interested, please apply next year.

 

Available Research Projects

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Research Projects

 

        

 

 

 

 

For more details, contact the site manager: Dr. Kevin Hadley

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