EXTERNAL Funding

 

1.     Co-Principal Investigator:  ISISP: Integrated STEM Initiative on the South Plains,” (PI: Guy Bailey, Co-PI’s: Jaclyn Canas, Jerry F. Dwyer, Juan S. Munoz).  Funded by National Science Foundation.  Amount:  $977,962 (2009-2013).

2.     Co-Principal Investigator:  Supplement to “Texas Tech Noyce Scholars Program.” (PI: J. Dwyer, Co-PI’s: D. Casadonte, T. Stephens, M. Strauss).  Funded by National Science Foundation. Amount:  $148,111 (2009-2013).

3.     Co-Principal Investigator: “Texas Tech Noyce Scholars Program.” (PI: J. Dwyer, Co-PI’s: D. Casadonte, T. Stephens, M. Strauss).  Funded by National Science Foundation. Amount:  $740,975 (2008-2013).

4.     Senior Personnel: “Multidisciplinary Summer Undergraduate Research Program in Computation and Control of Biological and Biologically Inspired Systems.” (PI: P. Seshaiyer,).  Funded by National Science Foundation. Amount:  $170,707 (2006-2007).

5.     Principal Investigator, “Texas Tech University Connectivity to the vBNS,” (Co-PI’s: D. Ethridge, D. Smith, S. Mitra, H. Temkin).  Funded by National Science Foundation.  Amount: $350,000 (TTU matching funds: $435,000) (1999-2002).

6.     Co-Principal Investigator, “Scientific Computing Environments for the Mathematical Sciences,” (PI: R. Anderson, Co-PI: D. Gilliam).  Funded by National Science Foundation.  Amount: $49,002  (TTU matching funds: $60,000) (1999-2002).

7.     Co-Principal Investigator, “CBMS Regional Conference for the Mathematical Sciences,” (PI: Z. Zhang).  Funded by National Science Foundation.  Amount: $27,000 (1999-2000).

8.     Principal Investigator, “Technology Center for Teacher Preparation,” (Co-PI's: G. Harris, D. Gilliam).  Funded by National Science Foundation.  Amount: $40,000  (TTU matching funds: $50,000)  (1998-2001).

9.     Co-Principal Investigator, “Knowledge Based Action Planning and Control Problems in Engineering and Biology,” (PI: B. Ghosh, Washington University, St. Louis; Co-PI’s: P. Ulinski, University of Chicago; C. Martin, W. Dayawansa, Texas Tech University).  Funded by National Science Foundation.  Amount: $229,000 (Total award: $704,000, with University of Chicago, Washington University, St. Louis) (1997-2001).

10.  Principal Investigator, “The Mathematics of Muscular Control and Bone Remodeling.”  Funded by Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Advanced Research Program.  Amount: $35,550 (1996-1998).

11.  Project Director, “Mathematical Sciences Computing Research Environments: Computational Issues in Problems of Biomechanics,” (PI: C. Martin). Funded by National Science Foundation.  Amount: $38,672 (1996-1997).

12.  Project Director, “Health Care in Rural West Texas for the Twenty-First Century,” (PI: C. Martin). Funded by Digital Corporation Equipment Grant.  Amount: $160,000 (1996).

13.  Co-principal Investigator, “A Computer Laboratory for Undergraduate Mathematics,” (Co-PI: D. Gilliam). Funded by National Science Foundation.  Amount: $50,000 (TTU matching funds: $50,000) (1992-1995).

14.  Co-principal Investigator, “Analytical and Computational Methods in the Fracture of Composite and Damaged Materials,” (Co-PI: Marc Stromberg).  Funded by Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Advanced Research Program.  Amount: $80,000 (1989-1991).

15.  Co-principal Investigator, “Analytical and Computational Methods in the Fracture of Composite and Damaged Materials.”  Supplemental support for minority student: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Advanced Research Program.  Amount: $13,334. (1991-1992).

16.  Principal Investigator, “Fracture in Solid Propellant: Damage Effects Upon Crack Propagation.”  Funded by Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Research Initiation Program.  Amount: $22,381 (1988-1989).

17.  Research Associate, “Interactive Analysis of Von Karmen Plate Equations,” (PI: Joseph Minor). Funded by Air Force Office of Scientific Research.  Amount: $3,767 (summer 1985).

 

LOCAL FUNDING

18.  Co-Principal Investigator: “A Dynamic Model of Avian Kinesis,” (Co-PI’s: S. Chatterjee, A. Barhorst). Funded by TTU Interdisciplinary/Multidisciplinary Seed Grant.  Amount: $18,673 (2002).

19.  Principal Investigator, “Computer Algebra Systems and the Internet as Tools for Independent Mathematics Study and Development.” Funded by Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, Texas Tech University.  Amount: $4,503 (summer 1996).

20.  Faculty Investigator (with graduate student Brian Christiansen), “Finite Element Modeling of Boundary Value Problems Associated with Fracture in Nonhomogeneous Material.”  Texas Tech University Graduate School Research Award.  Amount: $800 (summer 1992).

21.  Faculty Investigator (with graduate student Bijan Pashie), “The Energy Release Rate for Crack Propagation in Bonded Composite Material.”  Texas Tech University Graduate School Research Award.  Amount: $800 (summer 1989).

22.  Faculty Investigator (with graduate student Rajan Alex), “Optimal Design of Cementless Stem Implants.” Texas Tech University Graduate School Research Award.  Amount: $800 (summer 1993).

23.  Principal Investigator, “Fracture in Damaged Viscoelastic Media.”  Funded by State Organized Research Fund, Texas Tech Institute for University Research.  Amount: $2,842. (1988-1989).

24.  Faculty Investigator (with graduate student Bijan Pashaie), “Fracture in Damaged Media.”  Texas Tech University Graduate School Research Award.  Amount: $800 (summer 1988).

25.  Principal Investigator, “Numerical Analysis and Graphic Display of Crack Models in Viscoelastic Solids.”  Funded by State Organized Research Fund, Texas Tech Institute for University Research.  Amount: $1,600 (1987-1988).

26.  Principal Investigator, “Boundary Value Problems for Nonhomogeneous Elastic Bodies.”  Funded by College of Arts and Sciences New Faculty Grant, Texas Tech University.  Amount: $1,500 (1983).

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