In addition to Kushner, other recipients of the IBM Shared Universities Equipment Grants and their projects: * Joseph Malpeli and Edward Roy, psychology, "Three Aspects of the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus." * Ann Bishop, Graduate School of Library and Information Science; Michael Brandys, Art and Design; Linda Duke, Krannert Art Museum; Joseph Hardin, National Center for Supercomputing Applications; Bob Jones, Advanced Information Technologies Group; Rand Spiro, Cognitive Flexibility Lab; "Collaboratorium: Hypermedia Design for Humanities Users." * Brian Orland, landscape architecture, "Visualization Tools for Creating and Interpreting Natural Resource Data Sets." * Michael Glaser, biochemistry, "Under-standing the Process of Myelin Formation." * K.J. Hsia, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics; I.D. Parsons, civil engineering; D.A. Tortorelli, mechanical and industrial engineering, and theoretical and applied mechanics; A.F. Vakakis; mechanical and industrial engineering, "Computational Mechanics." * Nancy Makri, chemistry, "Understanding Proton Transfer in Solution or in Biological Molecules." * Art Kramer, Neal Cohen, Marie Banich, Cognitive Neuroscience Group, Beckman Institute, "Computational Analysis of the Neurological Underpinnings of Attention and Memory." * David Pines and Alexander Sokol, physics, "Numerical Study of the Magnetic Properties of the High-temperature Superconductors in a Microscopic Model." * Ian Robinson, physics, "Advanced Lineshape Fitting for X-Ray Diffraction." * Paul Handler, physics, "Role of Radiation in Global Climate Anomalies." * Bruce Wheeler, electrical and computer engineering, and the Neuronal Pattern Analysis Group of the Beckman Institute: Michael Gabriel and William Greenough, psychology; and Mark Nelson, Thomas Anastasio and Albert Feng, physiology and biophysics; "Analysis and Display of Patterns of Neuronal Activity During Experiments." * Charles F. Zukoski and William R. Schowalter, chemical engineering, "Investigation of Non-Newtonian Behavior in Suspensions and Emulsions." * Frank B. van Swol, chemical engineering, "Protein Crystallization." * D. Scott Stewart, theoretical and applied mechanics, "Scientific Computation of Reacting Gasdynamics and Combustion Flows." * C.O. Pedersen, mechanical and industrial engineering, "Development of Optimal Control Schemes for Building Energy Management." * Dennis N. Assanis and Robert A. White, mechanical and industrial engineering, "Multidimensional Computation and Visualization of Reactive Engine Flows." * Brian G. Thomas and Robert McDavid, mechanical and industrial engineering, "Comprehensive System of Mathematical Models That Can Be Used for the Analysis, Control and Improvement of the Continuous Casting Process for the Production of Steel Slabs." * Steven T. Seitz, Peter F. Nardulli, Michael A. Krassa and Michael McBurnett, political science, "Modeling the Diffusion of AIDS: Multi-sectoral Demographic and Epidemiological Simulations." * Robert R. Czys and Mary Schoen Petersen, Illinois State Water Survey, "Problems in Atmospheric Science: Numerical Simulations of Cloud or Raindrop Temperature and Cloud Characteristics Measured by Meteorological Radar." * Bruce Hutchings, James Anderson and James Simon, architecture, "Assessment of Advanced Graphics and Multimedia Applications in Concurrent Architectural Design Activity." * Gregory A. Miller, psychology, "Measurement of Psychophysiological Activity During Cognitive and Emotional Tasks." * Emanuel Donchin and Michael G.H. Coles, psychology, "Topographic Analysis and Single-Instance Detection of Human Event-Related Brain Potentials." * Sever Tipei, music, "Computer-Assisted Composition With Automatic Score Printing and Computer-Sound Synthesis." * Robert S. Averback, materials science and engineering, "Computer Simulations of Radiation Effects in Solids." * Richard I. Masel, chemical engineering, "A New Design Methodology for Gas Processing of Small Metal Particles." * P.H. Geil, materials science and engineering, "Simulation of Liquid Crystal Polymer Conformation, Crystal Structure and Diffraction Patterns." * Paul C. Lauterbur and C.S. Potter, medicine, "Development of a Neuroscope for the Study of Human Brain Function Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging." * Jay D. Bass and Andrey G. Kalinichev, geology, "Computer Simulations of Supercritical Aqueous Fluids." * Eric Oldfield, chemistry, "Molecular Structure Via Quantum Chemistry and Magnetic Resonance." * David Padua, Paul Petersen and Lawrence Rauchwerger, Center for Supercomputing Research and Development, "Run-Time Analysis and Solutions for Program Parallelization." * Joseph Porac and James Wade, business administration, "Large-Scale Analysis of the Paper Industry." * Jonathan V. Sweedler, chemistry, "Developing New Analytical Instrumentation to Directly Measure Neurotransmitter Distribution and Release From Individual Processes From a Single Neuron." * Stephen Lu and the Knowledge-based Engineering Systems Research Laboratory, mechanical and industrial engineering, "Developing Computer Environments That Directly Enhance Group Problem-solving Productivity." * Carolyn J. Anderson, educational psychology and psychology, "Graphical Models for the Analysis of Multivariate Categorical Data." * Dale J. Van Harlingen, physics, "Configurations and Dynamics of Magnetic Vortices in Superconductor Arrays." * Placid M. Ferreira, Udatta S. Palekar, Richard E. DeVor, Shiv G. Kapoor, Nick V. Sahinidis and Tsu-chin Tsao, mechanical and industrial engineering, "Virtual Manufacturing Systems." * Kenneth S. Schweizer, materials science and engineering, and chemistry, "Dense Macromolecular Systems." * John Kieffer, materials science and engineering, "Advanced Spectral Analysis." * Biochemistry department. * Beckman Institute Visualization Facility. * Association for Computing Machinery student chapter.