Laura Brown (CS/AIM) is the principal investigator on the research and development project, “Collaborative Research: CRISP Type 2: Revolution through Evolution: A Controls Approach to Improve How Society Interacts with Electricity” that has received a $699,796 grant from the National Science Foundation. Also working on the project are co-pi’s Chee WooiTen (ECE) and Wayne Weaver . . .
Min Song received a $221,797 NSF grant. The title of the project is The Ontology of Inter-Vehicle Networking with Spatio-Temporal Correlation and Spectrum Cognition. In this project, Min will investigate the fundamental understanding and challenges of inter-vehicle networking, including theoretical foundation and constraints in practice that enable such networks to achieve their performance limits. This . . .
Jean Mayo (CS), is the principal investigator on a project that received a $130,001 research and development grant from the National Science Foundation. Ching-Kuang Shene (CS) is a co-principal investigator on the project, “EDU:Collaborative:VACCS-Visualization and Analysis for C Code Security.”
Myounghoon “Philart” Jeon (CLS/CS) received a research grant from Equos Research Co., Ltd (a Japanese automotive research company) in the amount of $35,443. The project is entitled “Intuitive Presentation of In-Vehicle Information via Auditory Displays – Phase 1”. This five month project with Equos brings him to a total of four active research grants.
Min Song (CS) has received a $299,716 grant from the National Science Foundation for a research and development project titled, EAGER: NeTS: Under-Ice Mobile Networking: Exploratory Study of Network Cognition and Mobility Control. This is a two-year project.
Soner Onder (CS) has received a $560,000 research and development grant from the National Science Foundation titled, XPS: FULL: FP: Collaborative Research: Sphinx: Combining Data and Instruction Level Parallelism through Demand Driven Execution of Imperative Programs. This is a four year project.