Research Grants

Sponsored Research -- External:

A summary is provided below.

  1. Principal Investigator, Meta-Modelling for Complex Engineered Networks, $500,000, National Science Foundation Award 1421058, Co-Principal Investigator: C. J. Colbourn. October 2014 -- September 2018.
  2. Principal Investigator, Collaborative Research: Broadening Participation in GENI, $197,555. National Science Foundation Award 1649564. Collaborator: A. Matta (Boston University). December 2016 -- December 2017.
  3. Principal Investigator, GENI Going Forward, $121,303. Subcontract of National Science Foundation Award CNS-1536090 with Raytheon BBN. January 2016 -- December 2017.
  4. Principal Investigator, Support for GEC-24: The Twenty-Fourth GENI Engineering Conference, $25,811. National Science Foundation Award 1623811. January 2016 -- December 2016.
  5. Principal Investigator, Broadening Participation in Teaching and Research in GENI, $45,531. National Science Foundation Award 1632602. February 2016 -- February 2017.
  6. Principal Investigator, Autonomous Network Optimization and Compressive Sensing, $311,959. U.S. Government (2009*1257117*000), Co-Principal Investigator: C. J. Colbourn (CSE). September 2009 -- September 2010.
  7. Principal Investigator, Cross-Layer Design and Optimization in Cognitive Radio Networks, $150,000. Department of Defense, Office of Naval Research (ONR) N00014-08-1-1070, Co-Principal Investigator: C. J. Colbourn (CSE). June 2008 -- June 2009.
  8. Co-Principal Investigator, Conditional Reliability and the Identification of Communities , $150,000. Department of Defense, Office of Naval Research (ONR) N00014-08-1-1069, Principal Investigator: C. J. Colbourn (CSE). June 2008 -- June 2009.
  9. Principal Investigator, Design and Analysis of Algorithms for Heterogeneous Sensor Networks, $72,177, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), Los Alamos, New Mexico, U.S.A. Co-Principal Investigator: C. J. Colbourn (CSE). January 2005 -- January 2008.
  10. Principal Investigator, Characterizing Protocol Interaction in NEWS: A Network Environment Wireless State Service, $516,000, National Science Foundation, NSF ANI-0240524 (includes REU supplements). Collaborative proposal with T. K. Camp, Colorado School of Mines. June 2003 -- May 2008.
  11. Co-Principal Investigator, MERIT: A Formal Framework for Systematic Protocol Assessment, $431,086, National Science Foundation, Small Information Technology Research (ITR), NSF ANI-0220001, Principal Investigator: A. Farago, University of Texas at Dallas. October 2002 -- September 2007.
  12. Principal Investigator, Routing Protocol Design Toolset for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks to Maximize Quality of Service, $20,000, Architecture Technology Corporation (ATC), Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. Co-Principal Investigator: M. Kulahci (IE). December 2006 -- April 2007.
  13. Principal Investigator, Probe Placement in Wireless Networks, $54,465, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), Australia. Co-Principal Investigator: C. J. Colbourn (CSE). January 2005 -- December 2006.
  14. Co-Principal Investigator, Meta-MAC Protocols: A New Dimension to Adaptation in Medium Access Control, $300,000, National Science Foundation, NSF ANI-0105985. Principal Investigator: A. Farago, University of Texas at Dallas. September 2001 -- August 2006.
  15. Principal Investigator, Modelling Cross-Layer Interaction to Achieve Power Savings in Connectionless Networks, $54,854, General Dynamics Decision Systems (GDDS), Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A. Co-Principal Investigator: C. J. Colbourn (CSE). January 2004 -- September 2004.
  16. Principal Investigator, Policy Manager for Next Generation (XG) Communications, $50,115, Raytheon Company, Falls Church, Virginia, U.S.A. January 2003 -- August 2003.
  17. Principal Investigator, 2002 ACM Mobicom Student Travel Support, $12,000, National Science Foundation, NSF ANI-0225521. June 2002 -- November 2002.
  18. Principal Investigator, 2001 ACM Mobihoc Symposium Support, $8000, National Science Foundation, NSF ANI-0125444. September 2001 -- December 2001.
  19. Principal Investigator, Future Combat Systems Communications Modeling, $100,000, Raytheon Company, Plano, Texas, U.S.A. June 2001 -- August 2002.

This table summarizes my external sponsored research. Each line in the table corresponds to the grant with the same number.

GrantSponsor Total Award My Award $
1. NSF $500,000.00 $250,000.00
2. NSF $197,555.00 $197,555.00
3. NSF, Raytheon BBN $121,303.00 $121,303.00
4. NSF $25,811.00 $25,811.00
5. NSF $45,531.00 $45,531.00
6. US $311,959.00 $155,979.50
7. ONR $150,000.00 $75,000.00
8. ONR $150,000.00 $75,000.00
9. LANL $72,177.00 $36,088.50
10. NSF $516,000.00 $233,324.00
11. NSF $431,086.00 $215,544.00
12. ATC $20,000.00 $10,000.00
13. DSTO $54,465.00 $26,732.50
14. NSF $300,000.00 $150,000.00
15. GDDS $54,854.00 $27,427.00
16. Raytheon $50,115.00 $50,115.00
17. NSF $12,000.00 $12,000.00
18. NSF $8,000.00 $8,000.00
19. Raytheon $100,000.00 $100,000.00
Total: $2,999,553.00 $2,065,410.50

Sponsored Research -- Internal:

None.