Funded Projects (Total: $3.37M)  

 
  1. 1.National Science Foundation, “Compositional technology for safety-critical modular systems,” 2008-2009, $300,001 (#PIs = 6).

  2. 2.Vodafone Foundation, “Course/Lab Development,” Spring 2005, $19,701 (#PIs = 1).

  3. 3.National Science Foundation, “SoD: A Normative Theory for the Design of Discrete Event Dynamic Systems for Supervisory Control,” 2005-2008, $365,091 (#PIs = 1).

  4. 4.National Science Foundation, “ITR: Diagnosis and Assessment of Faults, Misbehavior and Threats in Distributed Systems and Networks”, 2004-2008, $700,000 (#PIs = 3).

  5. 5.Caterpillar, Inc., “Development of Virtual Prototyping Systems”, 1996-2001, $195,300 (#PIs = 1).

  6. 6.National Science Foundation, “On Deadlock-Avoidance, Livelock Avoidance and Performance Improvements in Discrete Event Systems: A Collection of Open Problems,” 2000-2003, $183,574 (#PIs = 1).

  7. 7.Office of Naval Research, “Transporting Time Critical Data Over Dynamically Changing Wireless and Wired Networks,” 1999-2002, $450,000 (#PIs = 2).

  8. 8.Office of Naval Research, “DURIP: Testbed for Wireless Networks,” 1999-2001, $130,000 (#PIs = 2).

  9. 9.National Science Foundation, “Learning Sensorimotor Control of Balance and Locomotion,” 1998-2001, $665,576 (#PIs = 4).

  10. 10. UIUC Campus Research Board, “Development of a Hybrid Control Model of Human Balance Control,” 1998-1999, $18,314 (#PIs = 1).

  11. 11. GTE Foundation, “Curriculum and Laboratory Development for the Secondary Field in Telecommunications and the GTE Telecommunications Systems Design Laboratory,” 1997-2002, $200,000 (#PIs = 2).

  12. 12. National Science Foundation, “RIA: Modeling, Analysis, Control and Perfor- mance Evaluation of Discrete Event Dynamic Systems,” 1994-1997, $90,000 (#PIs = 1).

  13. 13. MCI Telecommunications Corporation, “Curriculum Development Grant: Telecom- munication Systems Design,” 1994-1995, $30,000 (#PIs = 1).

  14. 14. UIUC Campus Research Board, “Enforcing Liveness via Supervisory Control in Discrete Event Dynamic Systems Modeled by Free-Choice Petri Nets,” 1993- 1994, $25,000 (#PIs = 1).