# Recently Funded Grants

**Khapalov, Alex**
"Modeling, wellposedness and control for swimming phenomenon" (collaborative research between WSU and the
University of Rome ``Tor Vergata’’), PI, Simons Foundation, 10/01/14-09/30/19, $35,000.

**Dillon, Robert**
(PI) and
Prashanta Dutta (WSU Mechanical Engineering). $380,939. CDS&E (Computational and Data-Enabled Science & Engineering): Mathematical models and computational methods for the tumor microenvironment. Abstract. NSF. 8/1/13 - 7/31/16.

**Krishnamoorthy, Bala**
with
Tamal Dey (Ohio State) and Anil Hirani (Illinois) as collaborators. $915,600. AF: Medium: Collaborative research: Optimality in Homology – Algorithms and Applications. NSF. 8/1/11-7/31/15. WSU Portion $260,121.

**Hudelson, Matt** (Co-PI), Jones, Jeffrey (PI). $961,064. Predicting Rates and Regioselectivity in Cytochrome P450 Mediated Reactions. NIH. 9/10/2008 – 6/30/2012.

**Knott, Libby **.
$4,996,103. MMRE: Making Mathematical Reasoning Explicit. NSF, 6/1/11 – 5/31/16. Joint proposal with University of Idaho. WSU Portion $3,411,221.

**Mifflin, Robert**.
$99,999. Exploiting Explicit and Implicit Structure in Complex Optimization Problems, DOD Air Force. 6/15/11 – 6/14/14.

**Genz, Alan**. $17,384. Fast 3D Reconstruction Algorithms for Cryo-EM. Yale University, NIH. 7/15/2010 - 7/14/2011.

**Dillon, Robert **(PI),**Bala Krishnamoorthy, Elissa Schwartz**, and Richard Gomulkiewicz. $200,000. Collaborative Research: UBM – Institutional: UI-WSU Program in Undergraduate Mathematics and Biology. NSF: DMS. 10/1/2010 – 9/30/2015.

**Khapalov, Alexander**. $240,000. Swimming Phenomenon from the Viewpoint of Controllability Theory for Partial Differential Equations. NSF: DMS. 10/1/2010 – 9/30/2013.

**Knott, Libby **(Co-PI), Brown, Share (PI). $398,353. Longitudinal Study of Conceptual Change. NSF:EEC. 8/15/2010 - 7/31/2013.

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**Panchenko, Alexander**. $11,000. Fast Algorithms Exploratory Analysis Data of Large Evolving Data Sets. Battelle: PNNL. 8/5/2010 - 9/30/2010.

**Li, Haijun**. $123,798. AMC-SS: Asymptottic Analysis of Extreme Risks with High-Dimensional Tail Dependence Modeling. NSF:DMS. 8/1/2010 - 7/31/13.

**Vixie, Kevin** and **Asaki, Tom**. $1,200,000. Geometric Analysis for Data Reduction and Structure Discovery. DOE: Office of Science, Applied Mathemtics Program. 5/15/2010 - 5/14/2013. Joint proposal with University of Colorado, Duke University, and University of Idaho. WSU Portion: $595,264.

**Vixie, Kevin** and **Asaki, Tom**. $245,963. The Flat Norm for Shapes and Images. NSF: DMS. 9/1/2009 - 8/30/2012.

**Panchenko, Alexander**. $14,700. PNNL Contract. Battelle: PNNL. 6/17/2009 – 9/30/2009.

**Vincent, Kimberly**. $13,079. Washington Mathematics Case Study Project. EWU. 6/1/2009 – 7/31/2009.

**Ariyawansa, Kuruppu**. $237,694. Stochastic Semidefinite Programming Applications and Algorithms. DOD: Army. 9/26/2008 – 9/25/2011.

**Hudelson, Matt** (Co-PI), Brown, Shane (PI). $99,521. A National Model for Engineering Mathematics Education. Wright St. Univ., NSF: CCLI. 8/1/08 – 7/31/12.

**Li, Haijun**. $154,063. Reliability Analysis of Spatial Systems with Local Interactions. NSF-CMMI. 7/1/2008 – 6/30/2011.

**Wollkind, David** and **Dillon, Robert**. $23,967. Pacific Northwest Conference on Comprehensive Mathematical Modeling in the Natural and Engineering Sciences. NSF: DMS. 7/1/2008 – 6/30/2009.

**Mifflin, Robert**. $99,999. Exploiting Explicit and Implicit Structure in complex Optimization Problems. DOD: Air Force. 12/1/2007 – 11/30/2010.

**Mifflin, Robert**. $131,451. Exploiting Natural Structure of Functions in Optimization. NSF: DMS. 8/15/2007 – 7/31/2011.

**Yin, Hong-Ming** (Co-PI), Tang, Juming (PI). $829,825.58. Microwave Sterilization for Meal Ready-to-Eat Rations in Pouches. DOD: Army. 7/26/2007 – 7/31/2011.

**Vincent, Kimberly**. $30,000. Washington Mathematics Case Study Project. EWU. 5/15/2007 – 9/30/2008.

**Vincent, Kimberly**. $78,598. Mathematics Case Study Project. OSPI. 4/1/2007 – 9/30/2009.

**Gomulkiewicz, Richard**. $905,000. UBM: Foundation in mathematical biology through interdisciplinary research, training, and curriculum development. NSF: EF. 9/15/2005 – 8/31/2011.

**Panchenko, Alexander**. $1,000,093. Educational Strategies and Critical Problems in Thermo-mechanics of Materials Northwest Consortium for Multiscale Mathematics and Applications. DOE: Office of Science, Applied Mathematics Program. 9/1/2005 – 8/31/2009. Co-PIs: Ben Li, Sinisa Mesarovic, Hussein Zbib.

**Khapalov, Alexander**. $96,534. Controllability for Swimming Phenomena. NSF: DMS. 7/15/2005 – 6/30/2009.

**Genz, Alan**. $67,688. QEIB: Statistical Modeling and Simulation for Non-Neutral Population Models. UI: NSF. 7/1/2005 – 7/31/2009.

**Manoranjan, V. S**. $153,860. Advanced Lead Acid Battery Development for Military Vehicles. UI: DOD. 5/21/2004 – 5/21/2008.