1. New: Learning from Initially Labeled Nonstationary Streaming Data, National Science Foundation, Electrical, Communications and Cyber Systems, Power, Control and Adaptive Systems, 2013-2016, Total Award Amount: $297,542, Role: PI.

2. New: Bioengineering Team-Based Projects and Summer Immersion to Improve Design Expertise, National Institutes of Health, 2013-2018, Total Award Amount: $200,000, Role: Co-PI. (Project PI: J. Kadlowec)

3. Organizing the Curriculum - Enhancing Student Understanding of Core Engineering Concepts through Biomedical Activities, National Science Foundation Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Tech., Eng. and Math. (TUES) – Type 1, 2012 – 2014, Total Award Amount: $200,000. Role: Co-PI (Project PI: S. Farrell).

4. Vertical Integration of Concepts and Laboratory Experiences in Biometrics Across the Four Year Electrical and Computer Engineering Curriculum, National Science Foundation, Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (TUES) – Type 2 Program,  2011- 2015, Total Award Amount: $600,000 with subcontracts; $356,654 for Rowan (lead institution). Role: Co-PI (Project PI: R. Ramachandran).

5. Incremental Learning from Unbalanced Data in Nonstationary Environments (Collaborative Research with Univ. of Notre Dame, Lead Institution: Rowan Univ.), National Science Foundation,  Power, Control and Adaptive Systems, 2009 – 2012: Total Award Amount: $330,000, Rowan Award Amount: $169,923, Role: PI

6. Translational Research: Novel ERP Analysis Techniques for Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease: Bringing Research to Patients, Neuronetrix,  Inc. August 2007—January 2009, Total Award Amount: $135,000, Role: PI

7. Diagnostic Biomarkers for Neurodegenerative DiseasesCenter for Excellence in Research on Neurodegenerative Diseases—State of Pennsylvania, Collaborative research with Univ. of Pennsylvania, June 2005—June 2009 , Total Award Amount: ~$4,500,000, Rowan Award: ~$350,000, Role: Site PI. (Project PI: C. Clark—RIP)

8. Incremental learning and multiresolution wavelet analysis of event related potentials for early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience Program National Institute on Aging (NIA) /  National Institutes of Health (NIH), March 2003 – March 2008, Collaborative Research with University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University. Total Award Amount: $1,095, 260, Rowan Award: ~$400,000; Role: Site PI (PI: C. Clark, RIP)

9. An ensemble of classifiers approach for incremental learning, CAREER Program, Control,
Networks and Computational Intelligence, Division of Electrical and Communication Systems, 
National Science Foundation
, March 2003 – February 2008, Total Award Amount: $400,000,
Role: PI
.

10. Data fusion for nondestructive evaluation of non-piggable pipes, U.S. Department of Energy, October 2002 – September 2004. Role: Co-PI

11. Experiments for integrating biomedical engineering into electrical engineering curriculum, Course, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program, Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation, June 2003 – May 2007, Total Award Amount: $75,000, Role: PI.

12. MRI: Acquisition of a Desktop, High-Resolution, Three-Dimensional X-Ray Computed Tomography (CT) System,  Major Research Instrumentation Award, Division of Electrical and Communication Systems, National Science Foundation, 2004 – 2006, Total Award Amount: $238,698, Role: Co-PI (PI: S. Mandayam)

13. MRI/RUI - Acquisition of a Portable Large Scale Visualization System for Nondestructive Evaluation, Major Research Instrumentation Award, Division of Electrical and Communication Systems, National Science Foundation, 2002 – 2005, Total Award Amount: $150,000, Role: Co-PI (PI: S. Mandayam)

14. Automated Detection and Identification of Wastewater Odors Using Electronic Nose Systems, US Filter, September 2002 – August 2003.

15. Automated Identification and Quantification of VOCs Using Electronic Nose Systems, New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute—matching grant, September 2004December 2005     

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