IBM Support Program Award (1988 – 1989): “Parallel branch and bound algorithms”.
Cray Research and Development Grant for the project “Parallel search algorithms in combinatorial optimization” (1989 – 1990 -1991-1992).
Cornell National Supercomputer Facility Award (1991-1992).
Air Force Office of Scientific Research. Title: Resent Advances in Global Optimization, 1 year (1991), Grant: AFOSR-91-0116.
Air Force Office of Scientific Research. Title: Complexity Issues for Numerical Optimization, 1 year (1991), Grant: AFOSR -91-0102.
NSF and U.S. Army Research Office support for the conference on “Large scale optimization” (with W. Hager and D. Hearn, Univ. of FL, Febr. 1993), Grants: NSF – DMS-9217405 and ARO – DAAH04-93G-0031.
DIMACS (NSF and NJ Commission on Science and Technology) support (May-June 1993).
DIMACS (NSF and NJ Commission on Science and Technology) support (April-May 1994).
“SCOOP : Solving Combinatorial Optimization Problems in Parallel” (ref.: Proposal ERB4050PL941153 / Contract ERBCHRXCT940640) Award from the European Com. Program “Human capital and mobility” (1995-1998).
DIMACS (NSF and NJ Commission on Science and Technology) support (March 1995).
DIMACS (NSF and NJ Commission on Science and Technology) support (March 1996).
DIMACS (NSF and NJ Commission on Science and Technology) support (April 1997).
DIMACS (NSF and NJ Commission on Science and Technology) support (Fall 1997).
DIMACS (NSF and NJ Commission on Science and Technology) support for the Workshop on Mobile Networks and Computing ($14,000 – Spring 1999).
DIMACS (NSF and NJ Commission on Science and Technology) support for the Workshop on Discrete Algorithmic Problems in Medical Applications ($14,000 – Fall 1999).
“Global Minimization of Nonconvex Energy Functions: molecular Conformation and Protein Folding”. Grant: NSF – BIR-9505919 (April 1, 1996 — March 31, 1998), $61,707.
“Engineering Research Equipment: Equipment for Research in Applied and Computational Optimization” (with D. Hearn), Grant: NSF – DMI-9622200 (April 1, 1996 — March 31, 1997), $21,630 – excluding matching funds from the University of Florida.
NSF support for the conference on “Network Optimization” (with W. Hager and D. Hearn), Grant: NSF – DMS-9522573 (January 1, 1996 — Dec. 31, 1996) $15,000.
“Multitarget MultiSensor Fusion For a Near-Real-Time Air-to-Surface Weapon Tracking Filter”, US Dept. of Air Force, Grant: F08635-92-C-0032, TA. P00028 ( May 5, 1997 — Dec. 31, 1997) (with K. Dominiak), $59,661.
NSF EIA 98-72509: “Integrating Randomization Techniques in the Undergraduate and Graduate Curricula,” Co-PIs: Randy Chow, Linda Crocker, Sanguthevar Rajasekaran, Raphael Haftka, Raj Rajagopalan, Sanjay Ranka, Gerhard Ritter, Sartaj Sahni, Stanley Su, Baba Vemuri. National Science Foundation, $372,312 – excluding matching funds from the University of Florida – (August 1998 to July 2001).
NSF DMS 9817945: Support for the “Conference on Approximation and Complexity in Numerical Optimization: Continous and Discrete Problems,” $5,000 (April 1, 1999 to March 31, 2000).
NSF DMI-0082231: Support for the “Conference on Stochastic Optimization: Algorithms and Applications,” $5,000 (May 1, 2000 – March 31, 2001).
NATO (Scientific and Environmental Affairs Division), SST.CLG 975032: “Calculating Robust Bayesian Estimates Using Optimization Approaches,” 815,000 Belgian Francs (1999-2000).
NSF DBI 9808210: “Global Optimization Approaches for Molecular and Protein Conformation Problems” $109,266.00 (Oct. 1999- Sept. 2001).
United States Civilian Research and Development Foundation CRDF Award UW0-1010 (Proposal Number UW-032): “Recent Advances in Non-Differentiable Optimization” $13,400 (2000).
US Dept. of Air Force grant (F-08630-00-1-0001), “Optimal Risk Path and Target Coverage Algorithms”, $230,000 (2000-2001) (with S. Uryasev).
US Dept. of Air Force grant (F-49620-01-1-0338), “Robust Decision Making: Addressing Uncertainties in Distributions” (2001-2003), $200,000 (with S. Uryasev)
“International Conference on Biocomputing” (February 25-27, 2001), $21,000 from UF ($10,000 BME Program, $5,000 Brain Isntitute, and $6,000 College of Engineering and UF Research and Graduate Programs).
$15,000 form the BME Program for Visitors (joint with the Medical School).
UF Research Opportunity Fund 2001: “Preictal Detection and Therapeutic Intervention in a Transgenic Epileptic Rodent” (with P. Carney and C. Sackellares), $50,000.
NIH Grant Number: 1 R01 NS39687-01A1 (07/19/2001 – 04/30/2006): “Bioengineering Research Partnership in Brain Dynamics” (with J.C. Sackellares et al) (FY2001: $847,398, FY2002: $819,681, FY2003: $900,803, FY2004: $904,026, FY2005: $929,365).
NATO PST.GLG.978668, “Robust Statistical Estimates and Applications in Nuclear Safety,” EUR 10,000 (2002-2003).
Support for the “Quantintative Neurosciences” conference [McKnight Brain Institute $6,000 | School of Engineering $3,000 | Biomedical Engineering Department $3,000 | UF Research Foundation $3,000 | School of Medicine $6,000 | Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical, Inc $5,000]
AFOSR, Equipment for defense Related Projects Conducted by the Risk Managemenst & Financial Engineering Lab (with S. Uryasev and E. Romejin) $182,228 (2003-2004).
CRDF, Clique-Detection Algorithms with Applications in Biomedical Engineering, (with Ivan Sergienko, Institute of Cybernetics, UAS (Kiev)) $60,000 (2003-2004).
“A quantitative EEG method for real-time detection of neonatal seizures in the neonatal intensive care unit” (08/1/03 – 07/31/05), Partnership for Petriadic Epilepsy Research, Epilepsy Foundation of America; Total amount $75,000 (with P. Carney, C. Sackellares, and D. Shiau).
NSF, “ITR: Information Extraction from Massive Data Sets” (with Sanguthevar Rajasekaran, Thomas Cormen, and Sartaj Sahni) $3,350,534.00 (2003-2008).
Evelyn F. & William L. McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida Award (with P. Carney), “Data mining and optimization techniques in EEG data analysis and epileptic brain modeling,” $20,000 (2003-2004).
OTL, University of Florida (With P. Carney, J. Principe, C. Sackellares, and D. Shiau), “On Line Real Time Seizure Prediction in Adult Patients with Epilepsy”, $28,340 (2004).
NSF, “Design and Analysis of Algorithms for Multicast Networks”, $246,820 (2004-2007).
NSF, “Design and Analysis of Algorithms for Multicast Networks” (Supplement Award), $44,038.00 (2005-2006).
AFOSR, Eavesdropping (or Jamming) of Communication Networks (with S. Uryasev), $240,000 (2005-2007).
AFOSR, (DURIP-05) Equipment for defense-related projects of the center for applied optimization (with S. Uryasev), $148,953.42 (2006-2007).
DIMACS (NSF) support for the Conference on Data Mining, Systems Analysis and Optimization in Neuroscience ($10,000 – Spring 2007).
DIMACS (NSF) support for the Workshop on Clustering Problems in Biological Networks ($14,000 – Spring 2007).
NSF “Human Supervision of Time Critical Control Systems” $415,391 (2006-2009).
CMS thru DOT “Multi-Modal Solutions for Large Scale Evacuation” $71,481 (2008-2009).
AFOSR “Detecting and Jamming Dynamic Communication Networks in Anti-Access Environments” $443,264 (2008-2010).
Penn State “Modeling & Optimization of Network Response to WMD Attacks Under Uncertainty ” $160,139 (2008-2009).
DIMACS (NSF and NJ Commission on Science and Technology) “Support for the DIMACS/DyDAn Workshop on Approximation Algorithms in Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks” $14,000 (Spring 2009).
UF Research Opportunity Fund 2009 “A portable, wearable, fast, mangetic resonanse imager (MRI)” (with M. Davidson, Y. Chen, F. Skidmore, B. Whiting, and P. Hollooway), $90,298.
Center for Multimodal Solutions for Congestion Mitigation, US Dept. of Transportation/Fed Highway Admin. “Multimodal solutions for large scale avacuation” $71,481 (2008 – 2009)
Center for Multimodal Solutions for Congestion Mitigation, US Dept. of Transportation/Fed Highway Admin. “Development of a Multimodal Transportation Educational Virtual Appliance” (with P. Sheng and R. Figueiredo) $110,000 (2009 – 2010)
U.S. Department of Defense/DTRA “Modeling and Optimization of Network Response to WMD Attacks Under Uncertainty” (with V. Boginski (co-PI), and S. Uryasev (co-PI)) $219,016 (2009-2010)
Florida Institute for Information Systems Dynamics “Biological Models for Information Systems Dynamics” $10,000 (Fall 2009)
Veterans Health Administration Improvement Capability Grant “Applying Systems Engineering Concepts to Improve Efficiency, Patient Satisfaction, and Quality of Care in a Veterans Health Administration Medical Center”, $1.5 M, 3 years (2009-2011). Team involves VAMC, Tampa, FL and Center for Applied Optimization, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
DTRA “Mathematical Approaches to WMD Defense and Vulnerability Assessments on Dynamic Networks” (co-PI with C. Smith and M. Thai), $632,407