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External Funding

  • Recipient of Supplement to an existing Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement award from NSF in conjunction with Professor Maurice Aburdene and Professor E. J. Mastascusa of Bucknell University, Sep 1992 ($12,000).
  • Recipient of Equipment Grant from Hewlett Packard for $17,460 under the University Grants Program, (HP Gift No. 14834), Summer 1992.
  • Principal Investigator: Applications of Digital Signal Processing to Nuclear Spectroscopy - $24,420, funded by Canberra Industries, Inc., Meriden, CT, Jan 1, 1990 - Aug 31, 1990.
  • Principal Investigator: Intermediate proposal -Phase II, ($7,200) funded by Canberra Industries Inc., Mar 1, 1991 - May 31, 1991.
  • Principal Investigator: Phase-II "Real- Time Implementation of Digital Signal Processor for Nuclear Spectroscopy", June 1, 1991 - May 31, 1993 (Budget support $233,000 from Sponsoring company).
  • Vincent B. Coffin Grant, University of Hartford, 1989-1990, [$1,575].
  • Grant for writing external proposals, University of Hartford, Fall, 1992, [$3,500].
  • Grant for writing external proposals, University of Hartford, Fall, 1990, [$3,500].
  • Worked on research supported by ONR, SPAWAR and Air Force agencies as a graduate student.
  • Connecticut Space Grant: Efficient Wide-Band Cross-Correlation Tracking, 6/1/94 - 5/31/95.
  • Connecticut Space Grant: B/ISDN Switch Fabric using Fuzzy Neural Schemes, 5/31/96.
  • Real-time fault diagnostics for Power Transformers Using Supersonic Sensors and Wavelet Transforms with NU for $100,000 from CII (G096) and awarded (matched by NU for $110,000 and Univ. of Hartford for $12,000), 1996.
  • Co-PI on NSF-ILI grant award DUE-9750697 for DSP Laboratory for $11,082 and matched by University of Hartford for $11,082, June 1997.
  • Connecticut Space Grant: Wavelet Transform Spectrometer for NASA, 5/31/97.
  • Travel Grant from Diagnostic Devices Inc., # DDI-G9901, IEEE Travel to Leon, Mexico, November 1998.
  • PI-Educational grant for faculty and students from Elanix in the amount of approx. $25,000, Fall/Spring 1999. Software “View Logic” – license for twenty seats. Plus continued license grant for $1,500 for 20 seats for 2002.
  • PI- ETAP 6.0 software grant for $265,000 from OTI, Inc, CA, July, 2007.
  • Co-PI, Hybrid Unmanned Aerial Vehicles – ARDEC, NJ, PO Imperial MJ17610 July 2008
  • Co-PI, Evaluation of Economic Benefits of Distributed Photovoltaic Systems – DE- FG36-08G088004 - $625,000, July 2008, Recipient of DOE Grant DE-FG36-08GO88004 – Distributed Photo Voltaic (DPV) Systems Evaluation of Economic Benefits of Distributed Photovoltaic Systems $492,000, Fall 2008
  • Recipient of Travel Grant ($1,925) for recruitment of Graduate Students, GSC, University of Hartford, CT, March 2010.
  • Co-PI. $2.4 Million OTA grant from Army in conjunction with ARDEC, NJ, May 2010-April 2012,
  • Awarded $4,250 by the Dean of Graduate Studies at the University of Hartford to conduct research on the Battery and Battery chargers for an Electric Vehicle, specifically the GREEN 707 – converted Chevy S-10