Joe by the Agilent LC-MS instrument
LC-MS instrument donated to Pesek’s research group by Agilent Technologies
Total Funding received: $7,604,000.00

54.  Agilent Foundation, 2009-2011, “A new approach to the analysis of metabolites”

53.  National Science Foundation, 2007-2009, “Improving the Understanding of the properties

       and retention behavior of chemically bonded stationary phases”

52.  National Institutes of Health, 2007-2009, “Open Tubular Capillary Electrophoresis/

       Mass  Spectroscopy”

51.  National Science Foundation, 2006-2008, REU, “Analysis, Fabrication and Engineering

       of Surfaces and Materials”

50.  Alza Corporation, 2005-2007,“Cooperative Investigations in Drug Analysis”

49.  California State University Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology,

       2003-2004, “Development of Planar Capillary Electrokinetic Devices”

48.   National Institutes of Health, 2002-2003, “Development of Capillary Technology

        with MicroSolv Tech. Corp.”    

47.  National Science Foundation, 2001-2005, “SJSU/IBM GOALI Program”

46.  National Institutes of Health, 2001-2004, “Development of Open Tubular CEC for the

      Separation of Peptides”

45.  Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, 2001-2004, “Scholar/Fellow Award”

44.  National Science Foundation, 2001-2005,  “Fabrication, Characterization and Applications

       of New Separation Media”

43.  National Institutes of Health, 2000-2004, “Evaluation of Microseparation Techniques”
42.  W.M.Keck Foundation, 2000-2002, “Support of Departmental Equipment and Renovation”

41.  Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, 1999-2001, “Student Training though Academic

       and Industrial Research”

40.  National Science Foundation, 1999-2001, “Acquisition of a 400 MHz NMR Spectrometer” 

39.  National Science Foundation, 1999-2001, SJSU/IBM GOALI Program, Extension for

       Special Creativity

38.  Civilian Research Development Fund, 1997-1999, “Activated Silica Matrices in

       Preparation of New Chiral Stationary Phases for Chromatography”

37.  National Science Foundation, 1996-1999, “Development, Characterization and

       Applications of Support Materials for HPLC, HPCE, CEC and SFC”

36.  National Science Foundation, 1996-1999, “San Jose State/ IBM Cooperative Research

       and Training Program”, GOALI (Grant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with Industry)

35.  National Institutes of Health, 1996-1999,  “New Chiral Phases for Chromatography”

34.  Perkin-Elmer Corporation, 1994-95, “Surface Modifications for HPCE and HPLC”

33.  Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, 1994-95, “Special Grant for the Chemical


32.  Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, 1994-95,“Boissevain Undergraduate Research


31. National Science Foundation, 1993-1996, “San Jose State/IBM Almaden Research Center

     Cooperative Research Program on Analytical and Surface Chemistry of Materials”

30.  National Institutes of Health, 1993-1995, “Separations of Biomolecules by


29.  French Ministry of Education, 1992-3, “Cooperative Research Program, Universite d’Aix-


28.  Cellulo Corp.,1992, “Silica-based purifiers for wine and beer”

27.  NASA, 1992, “NMR Analysis and Biofilm Study of Surface-Modified  Polymers”

26.  National Science Foundation, 1992-1996, “Surface Modifications for HPLC and HPCE”

25.  Marie Curie-Sklodowska Joint Fund II, 1992-1994, “U.S.-Poland Joint Research Project”

24.  Camille and Henry Dreyfus Scholar/Fellow Program, 1991-1994

23.  American Chemical Society – PRF, 1991-1993, “Chemical Modification and

       Characterization of Alumina and Other Oxide Surfaces”

22.  California Department of Commerce, 1991, “Synthesis of High Stability Silicas”

21.  Hewlett-Packard Corporation – Equipment Grant, 1990, “High Performance Liquid

       Chromatograph/Data System”

20.  National Science Foundation, 1989, “Travel Grant to Poland”

19.  National Science Foundation, 1989-92, “High Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

18.  The Separations Group, 1989-91, “Silica Surface Modification Effects”

17.  Science Applications International, 1989, “Explosive Simulants”

16.  National Science Foundation, 1989-91, “Synthesis of Novel Bonded Stationary Phases”

15.  CNRS, Universite d’Aix-Marseille, 1988, “Bonded Liquid Crystal Stationary Phases”

14.  Bio–Rad Laboratories, 1987-8, “Investigations of Bonded Phase Stability”

13.  San Jose State University Foundation, 1985-88,”Fluorescence Lifetimes of Metal-Protein


12. CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, 1984-5,  A Modifiable Stationary Phase for HPLC”

11.  American Microelectronics, 1983-5, “Analysis of Plating Bath Solutions”

10.  IBM, 1983, “Measurements of Chemical Equilibria by C-13 NMR”

  9.  Eli Lilly, 1981, “Development of Instrument Technician Course”

  8.  Sacramento Municipal Utility District, 1980-1988, “Development of course in Analytical

       Chemistry for Technicians at Rancho Seco Power Plant”

  7.  Santa Clara Valley Water District, 1980, “The Development of New Methods for the

       Development of Water Quality – Supplement”

  6.  Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, 1979, “AWU Faculty Fellowship”

  5.  Varian Associates, 1979, “Applications of Fluorescence Spectroscopy to Medicinal and

       Biological Systems”

  4.  Santa Clara Valley Water District, 1978, “The Development of New Methods for the

       Determination of Water Quality”

  3.  San Jose State University Foundation, 1978 “The Study of Metal-Protein Interactions by

       Fluorescence Spectroscopy”

  2.  American Chemical Society, 1972 “The Use of Proton Magnetic Resonance for the

       Evaluation of Chromatographic Gels and Membranes”

  1.  Northern Illinois University Dean’s Fund, 1971, “The Development of New Drugs for the Treatment of Heavy Metal