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Date:5/14/2008

y using human retinal capillary endothelial cells within the tissue model, Fahlenkamp plans to develop a retinal angiogenesis model, which will be used to screen potential diabetic macular edema therapeutics. Charlesson LLC, an Oklahoma-based company already engaged in the development and preclinical testing of therapeutics for macular degeneration, is a collaborator on the project, and if the project is successful, would be a licensee.

  • Prabhakar R. Pagilla, A Fiber Optic Sensor for Measurement of Web Lateral Position and Flutter, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Web is a term used to describe materials manufactured and processed in a continuous, flexible strip form. Examples include: plastics, paper, textiles, metals and films. Guiding of the web on rollers through processing machinery is essential for successful manufacturing of all web materials. In this project, Pagilla plans to develop and commercialize a fiber optic sensing device to measure the lateral position of a web. Current sensing devices use either infrared or ultrasonic technology, which Pagilla says give an indirect measurement of the web lateral position. The fiber optic sensor is based on light scattering from the web and the directional sensitivity of the optical fibers, which according to Pagilla will provide a true measurement of the web lateral position. Pagilla also intends to start a company based on this technology.

  • Rathindra Sarathy, Developing Data Protection Software Based on Data Shuffling, Spears School of Business. Data shuffling is a method developed by Sarathy that rearranges confidential information from data sets in a complex, coordinated fashion so that it maintains confidentiality. In this project, Sarathy will work with his research collaborator at the University of Kentucky to develop the data shuffling method into a marketable software program. The need for data masking methods has increased with the advent of technologies l
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  • Contact: Kelly Green
    kelly.green@okstate.edu
    405-744-5827
    Oklahoma State University
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