Dr. L. Scott Miller, KS EPSCoR Director, Wichita State University
Kansas TOC 47 48
The NASA EPSCoR Program helps to develop long-term, selfsustaining, nationally competitive research capabilities and infrastructure in Kansas. State universities, government agencies, and industry work together to establish expertise and new abilities in areas that are important to both NASA and Kansas (e.g., aerospace and related). Project funds competitively support selected investigators who make lasting contributions to Kansasâ€™ research infrastructure, academic programs, and economic development. Over the last three years more than a dozen university researchers, twenty-five university students, nine government researchers, and seven companies have been involved in the NASA EPSCoR sponsored efforts. Perhaps most important, significant research infrastructure enhancements in aeronautics, unmanned aircraft related technologies, materials, and astronautics have been established in Kansas. Additional investigator grants, totaling over $2M, have been obtained as a result of the work. Grant Hall, the symbol of Fort Leavenworth and headquarters of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center. It is the oldest active United States Army post west of Washington, D.C.
Aeroelastic Modeling Effects and Flight Test Demonstration of Resilient Adaptive Flight Controls on a General Aviation Testbed: Dynamic Inverse and Adaptive Critic Methods Biosensor Networks and Telecommunication Subsystems for Long-Duration Missions, EVA Suits, and Robotic Precursor Scout Missions
Cure Management for Bonded Composite Repair
Research Infrastructure Development
Nanostructured Solid-State Energy Storage Devices for Wide-Temperature Applications in Space Exploration
Active Wing Shaping Control for Morphing Aircraft
NASA EPSCoR Stimuli 2014 -15
Senator Jerry Moran
Senator Pat Roberts
Representative Mike Pompeo (4th District)
Published on Dec 14, 2015
NASA Office of Education’s Aerospace Research & Career Development (ARCD) is pleased to release NASA EPSCoR Stimuli, a collection of univers...