Prof. Shantenu Jha received an NSF grant of $1.25M for the project "Middleware and High Performance Analytics Libraries for Scalable Data Science". This is part of a $5M grant led by Geoffrey Fox, Indiana University, for which Shantenu is the middleware architect.
Prof. Shantenu Jha received an NSF award for a project entitled "Collaborative Research:S2I2: Conceptualization of a Center for Biomolecular Simulation". The award is for $131,123 for 1 year and is a collaboration with Stanford, Berkeley, Rice and Rutgers.
Prof. Narayan Mandayam has received an NSF grant for his project : "End-User Behavior and Prospect Pricing in Wireless Data Networks”. This is $500K 3-year grant and Arnold Glass of Psychology is a co-PI. The abstract of the grant is shown below.
Prof. Kristin Dana is awarded a 3 year NSF Grant for the project: MatCam: A Camera that Sees Materials. Rutgers is the lead institution on this 500K collaborative grant with K. Dana as the Rutgers PI. Drexel University is the partner institution with PI Ko Nishino.
Prof. Marco Gruteser received a three-year NSF grant for the project Guardian Angel: Enabling Mobile Safety Systems
This is a collaborative grant with Rich Martin (CS Rutgers), Yingying Chen (Stevens), Jie Yang (Florida State). The total funding is $700K, with the Rutgers part being $350,000.
Prof. Ivan Marsic received a four year NIH grant for the project "Automatic Workflow Capture & Analysis for Improving Trauma Resuscitation Outcomes".
This is a collaborative project with Children's Nat'l Med Ctr, Washington DC, and Drexel University. The total grant is $1.6 M and Rutger's part is $750 K.
The project abstract is shown below.