PRF Summer Faculty Awardees

2014 Awards

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014 PRF Summer Faculty Grants

Name

Title

Project Title

Nicoleta Tarfulea

Associate Professor of MCSS

A Latently Infected Cell Inclusive Model for HIV Treatment with Time-varying Antiretroviral Therapy

Muhammad Anan

Associate Professor of ECE

Cloud-Based Autonomic Service Monitoring for Future Internet Networks

Ricardo Calix

Assistant Professor of CITG

Analysis of TCP Stream-Based Data for Network Intrusion Detection

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the members of the review committee: Professors Beth Vottero (Chair), Weihua Ruan, Yahya Kamalipour, Lisa Hollingsworth, Songtao Mo, Michelle Block, and Ashfaq Ahmed. This was a difficult task as there were many excellent proposals!

Please join us in congratulating these faculty members.


 

2013 Awards

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 PRF Summer Faculty Grants.

Name

Department

Title

Besma Smida

ECE

Full-Duplex Communication with Backscatter Modulation

Michael Tu

CITG

System Resilience Modeling for Large Scale Computer Information Systems

Haisu Zhang

MHRM

Panacea or Poison?  A Longitudinal Study of the Influence of Marketing in New Product Development Teams

Beth Vottero

NUR

Distractions and Interruptions Experienced by Nurses During the Medication Administration Process:  Phase II

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the members of the review committee: The committee comprised of Professors Gloria Velez Rendon (Chair), Michelle Block, Carolyn Boiarsky, Magesh Chandramouli, Songtao Mo, Shaka Rawls and Weihua Ruan. This was a difficult task as there were many excellent proposals!

Please join us in congratulating these faculty members.


 

2012 Awards

Please join us in congratulating the recipients of the the 2012 Summer Faculty Research Grant.

Name

Department

Title

Magesh Chandramouli

Computer Information Technology & Graphic

Integrating Genetic Algorithms with Desktop Virtual Relaity for Generating Alternate 3D Scenarios

Tae-Hoon Kim

Computer Information Technology & Graphic

Predicting the Critical Points in the Multi-hop mobile Wireless Networks

Margaret Rincker

History & Political Science

Gender and Political Participation in Pakistan: Mixed-Method Analysis of Women’s Participation in Civil Society and Electoral Politics, 1970-2012

Hairong Zhao

Math, Computer Science & Statistics

Online scheduling with Unexpected Machine Unavailability

 

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the members of the review committee: The committee comprised of Professors Neeti Parashar (Chair), Omer Farook, Maureen Marthaler, David Pick, Charles Rarick and Charles Tseng. This was a difficult task as there were many excellent proposals!