APPENDIX E
Universities That Received Department of Defense 6.1 and 6.2 Funding in Fiscal Year 2002

Tables E-1 through E-3 show the top 50 university recipients of DOD 6.1, 6.2, and 6.1 + 6.2 funding in fiscal year 2002. The tables were constructed on the basis of data provided in personal communication from Mark Herbst, a member of the staff of the Office of the Director of Basic Research, within the Office of the Secretary of Defense, to James Garcia of the National Research Council. Institution names in boldface type and shaded background are those of universities at which committee members conducted site visits and interviews and/or held discussions with university research leaders who were not visited in person.



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APPENDIX E Universities That Received Department of Defense 6.1 and 6.2 Funding in Fiscal Year 2002 Tables E-1 through E-3 show the top 50 university recipients of DOD 6.1, 6.2, and 6.1 + 6.2 funding in fiscal year 2002. The tables were constructed on the basis of data provided in personal communication from Mark Herbst, a member of the staff of the Office of the Director of Basic Research, within the Office of the Secretary of Defense, to James Garcia of the National Research Council. Institution names in boldface type and shaded background are those of universi- ties at which committee members conducted site visits and interviews and/or held discussions with university research leaders who were not visited in person. 51

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52 ASSESSMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE BASIC RESEARCH TABLE E-1 Top 50 University Recipients of DOD 6.1 Funding in Fiscal Year 2002 Institution Name State Total 6.1 ($000) 1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology MA 43,802 2 Pennsylvania State University, All Campuses PA 35,357 3 University of California, Los Angeles CA 31,784 4 University of Washington WA 29,884 5 Stanford University CA 25,811 6 University of Southern California CA 25,758 7 Duke University NC 25,607 8 University of Michigan, All Campuses MI 24,245 9 University of California, San Diego CA 24,117 10 University of California, Santa Barbara CA 19,964 11 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign IL 19,925 12 California Institute of Technology CA 19,478 13 Georgia Institute of Technology, All Campuses GA 19,098 14 Johns Hopkins University MD 18,888 15 University of Texas at Austin TX 17,044 16 Carnegie Mellon University PA 16,527 17 Cornell University, All Campuses NY 15,209 18 Princeton University NJ 13,452 19 State University of New York, System Office NY 12,598 20 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution MA 12,493 21 University of Pennsylvania PA 12,282 22 Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University VA 11,476 23 University of New Mexico, All Campuses NM 11,032 24 University of Arizona AZ 10,977 25 University of Wisconsin - Madison WI 10,389 26 University of Maryland System Administration MD 10,334 27 University of Colorado, All Campuses CO 10,303 28 Harvard University MA 10,081 29 Northwestern University IL 9,692 30 Purdue University, All Campuses IN 9,479 31 North Carolina State University at Raleigh NC 9,311 32 Ohio State University, All Campuses OH 9,190 33 Arizona State University Main AZ 9,051 34 University of Minnesota, All Campuses MN 8,667 35 University of Virginia, All Campuses VA 8,335 36 Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, All Campuses NJ 8,262 37 University of Miami FL 8,105 38 University of California, Davis CA 7,776 39 University of California, Irvine CA 7,672 40 Brown University RI 7,491 41 Baylor College of Medicine TX 7,040 42 Rice University TX 6,918 43 San Diego State University CA 6,893 44 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill NC 6,576 45 University of Pittsburgh, All Campuses PA 6,305 46 New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology NM 6,129 47 Boston University MA 6,005 48 University of South Carolina, All Campuses SC 5,967 49 University of Florida FL 5,947 50 University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas TX 5,862 SOURCE: Based on data provided in personal communication from Mark Herbst, Office of the Director of Basic Research, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington, D.C., to James Garcia, National Research Council, June 2004.

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53 APPENDIX E TABLE E-2 Top 50 University Recipients of DOD 6.2 Funding in Fiscal Year 2002 Institution Name State Total 6.2 ($000) 1 University of Southern California CA 32,586 2 University of Hawaii System Office HI 20,131 3 Pennsylvania State University, All Campuses PA 16,757 4 University of South Florida FL 15,729 5 University of Dayton OH 14,528 6 Carnegie Mellon University PA 12,883 7 Georgia Institute of Technology, All Campuses GA 10,429 8 Johns Hopkins University MD 9,687 9 Auburn University, All Campuses AL 7,572 10 University of Central Florida FL 7,369 11 Massachusetts Institute of Technology MA 7,206 12 University of Texas at Austin TX 6,794 13 Vanderbilt University TN 6,051 14 Florida State University FL 6,000 15 University of Washington WA 5,727 16 Stanford University CA 5,274 17 University of Pennsylvania PA 4,727 18 Northwestern University IL 4,677 19 Florida Atlantic University FL 3,640 20 University of Maryland System Administration MD 3,519 21 University of California, Los Angeles CA 3,441 22 University of California, Irvine CA 3,426 23 University of Mississippi, All Campuses MS 3,391 24 Boston University MA 3,287 25 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign IL 3,269 26 Washington State University WA 3,221 27 University of Delaware DE 3,051 28 Cornell University, All Campuses NY 2,839 29 Ohio State University, All Campuses OH 2,821 30 Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, All Campuses NJ 2,709 31 New York University NY 2,686 32 Utah State University UT 2,519 33 University of California, San Diego CA 2,513 34 Washington University MO 2,388 35 University of Rhode Island RI 2,322 36 University of Massachusetts at Amherst MA 2,282 37 University of California, Santa Barbara CA 2,202 38 Colorado State University CO 2,090 39 Purdue University, All Campuses IN 2,015 40 University of California, Riverside CA 1,996 41 University of North Carolina at Charlotte NC 1,980 42 Georgetown University DC 1,922 43 Princeton University NJ 1,909 44 University of Texas at Dallas TX 1,879 45 Yale University CT 1,854 46 Columbia University NY 1,821 47 University of Arizona AZ 1,801 48 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute NY 1,789 49 University of Colorado, All Campuses CO 1,777 50 Drexel University PA 1,694 SOURCE: Based on data provided in personal communication from Mark Herbst, Office of the Director of Basic Research, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington, D.C., to James Garcia, National Research Council, June 2004.

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54 ASSESSMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE BASIC RESEARCH TABLE E-3 Top 50 University Recipients of DOD 6.1 + 6.2 Funding in Fiscal Year 2002 Institution Name State Total 6.1 + 6.2 ($000) 1 University of Southern California CA 58,343 2 Pennsylvania State University, All Campuses PA 52,114 3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology MA 51,007 4 University of Washington WA 35,611 5 University of California, Los Angeles CA 35,225 6 Stanford University CA 31,085 7 Georgia Institute of Technology, All Campuses GA 29,527 8 Carnegie Mellon University PA 29,410 9 Johns Hopkins University MD 28,575 10 University of California, San Diego CA 26,629 11 University of Michigan, All Campuses MI 25,935 12 Duke University NC 25,774 13 University of Texas at Austin TX 23,838 14 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign IL 23,194 15 University of Hawaii System Office HI 22,269 16 University of California, Santa Barbara CA 22,166 17 University of South Florida FL 20,409 18 California Institute of Technology CA 20,363 19 Cornell University, All Campuses NY 18,048 20 University of Dayton OH 17,762 21 University of Pennsylvania PA 17,009 22 Princeton University NJ 15,361 23 Northwestern University IL 14,369 24 State University of New York System Office NY 13,969 25 University of Maryland System Administration MD 13,853 26 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution MA 13,549 27 University of Central Florida FL 13,224 28 University of Arizona AZ 12,778 29 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University VA 12,221 30 University of Colorado, All Campuses CO 12,080 31 Ohio State University, All Campuses OH 12,011 32 University of Wisconsin-Madison WI 11,990 33 University of New Mexico, All Campuses NM 11,869 34 Purdue University, All Campuses IN 11,494 35 Harvard University MA 11,346 36 University of California, Irvine CA 11,098 37 Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, All Campuses NJ 10,971 38 Vanderbilt University TN 10,643 39 Auburn University, All Campuses AL 10,484 40 North Carolina State University at Raleigh NC 10,168 41 Arizona State University Main AZ 9,893 42 University of Miami FL 9,682 43 University of Minnesota, All Campuses MN 9,333 44 Boston University MA 9,292 45 University of Virginia, All Campuses VA 9,220 46 Brown University RI 9,147 47 Florida State University FL 9,135 48 University of Delaware DE 8,313 49 University of California, Davis CA 7,876 50 Yale University CT 7,700 SOURCE: Based on data provided in personal communication from Mark Herbst, Office of the Director of Basic Research, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington, D.C., to James Garcia, National Research Council, June 2004.