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ike the Internet and data mining tools that pose substantial threats to privacy, Sarathy said. Commercial organizations, government agencies and healthcare institutions need ways to analyze and/or disseminate confidential information in a safe way. Unlike adding noise, another method for masking, the shuffled data looks natural making it appear more reasonable to users. After development is complete, Sarathy plans to create a spin-off company housed in Stillwater to manufacture the software program.

  • Raman P. Singh and Ranji Vaidyanathan, Recycled Rubber Composites for Aerospace, Defense, and Infrastructure Applications, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Singh and Vaidyanathan will utilize rubber from discarded tires to create sandwich-core composite laminates. The lightweight, load bearing composites will be able to absorb acoustic noise and vibration and provide protection from blast loading. Currently, used tires are employed in basic applications like burning fuel for cement kilns and crumb rubber for molded products. The researchers assert this proposed application would greatly extend the use of crumb rubber by enabling its use in advanced engineering structures. In this project, they plan to conduct feasibility tests, prepare demonstration panels and generate basis data on the mechanical and acoustic properties.


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