Recent Grants

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science receives research funding through grants. Below are the most recent grants received.

Key:

  • Project Title
    Funding Agency
    Principal Investigator
    Co-Investigator(s)
    Funding Period
    Total Award Amount
  • Highly Reliable Human Detection
    Proctor & Gamble/UCRI
    Frank Zhou
    06/01/2019 through 05/31/2020
    $67,900

  • Evaluate Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) Ability to Decrease Dump Truck Backing Accidents
    Ohio Department of Transportation
    Heng Wei
    CO-PIs: Hazem Elzarka and Frank Zhou
    8/01/2019 through 2/01/2010
    $44,241

  • Partitioning Big Data for the High Performance Computation of Persistent Homology
    National Science Foundation
    Phil Wilsey
    10/2019 through 9/2022
    $499,344

  • Cyber Scholarship
    NSA
    John Franco
    8-22-2019  through 11-21-2020
    $92,193

  • CRII: III: A Spatio-Temporal Data Mining Framework For Functional Neuroimaging Data
    National Science Foundation
    Atluri, Gowtham
    6-1-2019 through 5-31-2020
    $175,000.00

  • Thermoelectric transport and carrier dynamics in three-dimensional chalcogenide nanowire networks
    National Science Foundation
    Bahk, Je-Hyeong
    8-1-2019 through 7-31-2022
    $291,648.00 

  • Application and research into using ML analytics to evaluate/improve verification test processes and results
    Edaptive Computing, Inc.
    Bhatnagar, Raj
    Ali Minai
    5-26-2019 through 8-24-2019
    $40,245.00 

  • Secure Engineering of Trusted Systems (SETS 04) / EMMERT Component
    Edaptive Computing, Inc.
    Emmert, John Martin
    Ranga Vemuri, Rashmi Jha
    6-01-2019 through 04-30-2020
    $932,517.00 

  • Cooperative Multi-Agent RF Systems
    Subcontract with Altamira Technologies Corporation
    Fuchs, Zachariah
    7-1-2019 through 6-29-2023
    $87,790.00 

  • Breakthrough biosensing capability for sweat biosensing enabled by hydrophobic membrane encapsulation
    DAGSI
    Heikenfeld, Jason
    Student: Madeleine Debrosse
    6-1-2019 through 11-30-2020
    $52,249.00 

  • Development of Biofluid Fatigue Sensors
    UES, Inc. Subcontract
    Heikenfeld, Jason
    5-21-2019 through 11-22-2019
    $38,000.00 

  • Development of a Machine Learning Algorithm for Classifying Postural Risks of Manual Lifting
    Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
    Jha, Rashmi
    9-1-2019 through 8-31-2020
    $35,000.00 

  • Oxide ferroelectric materials for memristor and FeFET devices
    DAGSI/SOCHE
    Jha, Rashmi
    Student: Joshua Mayersky
    8-26-2019 through 11-30-2020
    $48,079.00 

  • Gated Synaptic Memory Devices with Adaptive Short-Term States for Neuromorphic Computing
    National Science Foundation
    Jha, Rashmi
    9-15-2019 through 8-31-2022
    $300,000.00 

  • Distributed Pressure Measurement System for Core Samples in LP/LT Cell Using Microsensors (DPSCore) Phase 3
    Subcontract with University of Michigan
    Li, Tao
    5-1-2019 through 4-30-2020
    $100,000.00 

  • Automated generation of attacks against x86-based embedded system platforms
    DAGSI/SOCHE
    Niu, Nan
    Rashmi Jha / Student: Tyler Westland
    8-1-2019 through 11-30-2020
    $52,259.00 

  • Application and research into Using SYSML as basis for vulnerability assessment
    Edaptive Computing, Inc.
    Niu, Nan
    5-26-2019 through 8-24-2019
    $21,868.00 

  • EAGER - Exploration of Brain Computer Interface for Individuals with Cerebral Palsy
    National Science Foundation
    Ralescu, Anca
    7-15-2019 through 6-30-2021
    $208,000.00 

  • Organic Electrochemical Transistors as Bacterial Biosensors
    Procter and Gamble Company
    Steckl, Andrew
    9-1-2019 through 8-31-2020
    $70,000.00 

  • Aptamer-based LFA detection of cortisol and endotoxin
    Procter and Gamble Company
    Steckl, Andrew
    9-1-2019 through 12-31-2019
    $40,000.00 

  • UCRI Project # 191402
    UCRI
    Zhou, Xuefu (Frank)
    5-31-2019 through 5-30-2020
    $47,730.00