Funding

Agencies

  • NSF DMS-1812124, Co-PI, Collaborative Research: Statistical Analysis of Partially Observed Shapes in Two Dimensions, $75,028, 2018-2019

  • NSF CNS-1738691, Co-PI, Collaborative Research: Chicago Alliance for Equity in Computer Science, $72,497, 2017-2021

  • NSF OAC-1445347, PI, EAGER: Collaborative Research: Making Software Engineering Work for Computational Science and Engineering: An Integrated Approach, $109,598, 2014-2018

  • NSF CCF-0444197, PI, Collaborative Proposal: Ultra-Scalable System Software and Tools for Data-Intensive Computing, $72,433, 2004-2007

  • NSF CNS-0205652, PI, ITR: The Community Information Technology Entrepreneurship Project, $1,034,500, 2002-2006

  • NSF CNS-10423372, Co-PI, Collaborative Research: BPC-LSA: ACM SIGBP: Forming an ACM Special Interest Group to Scale the Impact of BPC Activities, $38,782, 2010-2014

  • NEH HD-50782-09, Co-PI, Humanities Research Infrastructure and Tools (HRIT): An Environment for Collaborative Textual Scholarship, $50,000, 2009-2010

  • NSF CNS-0837769, Co-PI, Improving Metropolitan Participation to Accelerate Computing Throughput and Success (IMPACTS), $141,711, 2008-2009

  • NSF DBI-0552888, Co-PI, REU Site: Integrated Cross-Disciplinary Summer Program in Bioinformatics, $292,412, 2006-2010

  • NSF OAC-0228926, Co-PI, HPNC: HPNC for Science Research at Loyola University Chicago, $150,000, 2002-2005

  • DARPA SBIR Phase I, PI, Ad Hoc Human Interaction Networks for Asymmetric Threat Surveillance, $100,000, 2002

  • DARPA SBIR Phase I, Co-PI, Cluster Based Repositories and Analysis, $100,000, 2003

Corporate

  • Google, Co-PI, Google Research Awards: Machine Perception, $75,000, 2017

  • 4C Insights, PI, Unrestricted gift to supportt systems research at Loyola, $10,000, 2017

  • Typesafe, Co-PI, Unrestricted gift to support languages/systems research at Loyola, $5,000, 2015

  • Microsoft, PI, Unrestricted gift to support HPC and Bioinformatics Research, $15,000, 2009

  • Microsoft, PI, In-kind equipment donation of computational cluster (80 nodes), $100,000, 2009

  • HP, Co-PI, Learning the Wonders of Computing with Wireless Collaboration, $68,000, 2007

  • Hostway Corporation, PI, Unrestricted gift to support creation of open source laboratory, $30,000, 200}