Funding

Research Grants

  • Ronald I. Greenberg, George K. Thiruvathukal, Collaborative Research: Chicago Alliance For Equity in Computer Science (CAFECS), National Science Foundation CNS-1738691, $72,497 Loyola portion within a $2,011,529 collaboration, October 2017 – September 2021.
  • Catherine Putonti, Collaborative Research: Deciphering the Genetic Diversity of Viruses through Gene Networks, National Science Foundation, $676,340, May 2017 – April 2020.
  • Ronald I. Greenberg, Steven McGee (Learning Partnership), and Brenda Wilkerson (CPS), What Features of the Exploring Computer Science Course Equitably Inspire Students to Pursue Further Computer Science Coursework, National Science Foundation, $599,986, October 2015 – September 2018.
  • Ronald I. Greenberg, Lucia Dettori (DePaul), Dale Reed (UIC), Don Yanek (CPS), Brenda Wilkerson (CPS), Accelerate ECS4ALL, National Science Foundation, $999,438, October 2015 – September 2018.
  • George K. Thiruvathukal, EAGER: Collaborative Research: Making Software Engineering Work for Computational Science and Engineering: An Integrated Approach, National Science Foundation, ACI-1445347, $109,549, August 2014 – July 2018.
  • Ronald I. Greenberg, Collaborative Research: Type I: A Taste of Computing: Adding a CS Entree to the Education Choices in a Large Urban School District, National Science Foundation, September 2011 – August 2015, $176,149 Loyola portion within a $1,093,455 collaboration
  • Catherine Putonti, CAREER: How do phage drive bacterial diversity in Lake Michigan near-shore waters? A bioinformatics perspective, National Science Foundation, $706,540, June 2012 – May 2017.
  • Ronald I. Greenberg, William Honig, Konstantin Läufer, Catherine Putonti, and George K. Thiruvathukal, Collaborative Research: BPC-A: Improving Metropolitan Participation to Accelerate Computing Throughput and Success, National Science Foundation, $141,711 for Loyola as lead institution on a $300,000 project, December 2008 – May 2011.
  • Ronald I. Greenberg, Howard M. Laten, Kenneth W. Olsen, Carol Scheidenhelm, and Chandra N. Sekharan, ExCEL: Excellence in Computing at Every Level, National Science Foundation, $600,000, February 2008 – February 2013.
  • William Honig, Konstantin Läufer, and George K. Thiruvathukal Learning the Wonders of Computing with Wireless Collaboration, Hewlett-Packard, $68,000, June 2007 – June 2009.
  • Howard Laten, George K. Thiruvathukal, and Timothy O’Brien,*REU Site: Integrated Cross-disciplinary Summer Program in Bioinformatics, National Science Foundation, $282,747, June 2006 – May 2009.
  • Nancy C. Tuchman, Chandra N. Sekharan, et al., High Performance Computing in Bioinformatics, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, $4,500,000, 2003 – 2005.
  • George K. Thiruvathukal, Collaborative Proposal: Ultra-scalable System Software and Tools for Data-intensive Computing, NSF/DARPA, $72,000, January 2005 – December 2008. (This proposal was awarded to Northwestern University as lead institution and University of Pennsylvania.)
  • Konstantin Läufer and George K. Thiruvathukal, South Asian Language Resource Center Mini-Grant, $5,000, August 2004 – April 2000
  • Jerry R. Sanders, Bryan Pickett, Chandra N. Sekharan, George K. Thiruvathukal, William A. Yost, High Performance Network Connections: HPNC for Science Research at Loyola University Chicago, National Science Foundation, $150,000, October 2002 – October 2005.
  • George K. Thiruvathukal, Chandra Sekharan, and Linda Salchenberger (now with NWU SCS), Information Technology Research: The Community Information Technology Enterprise Project, National Science Foundation, $1,000,000, October 2002 – October 2005.
  • Michael Goldwasser, Maximizing Resource Utilization through Admission Control, National Science Foundation, $134,866, September 2002 – August 2005.
  • William Honig, Christine Haught, Keith Van Rhein, TECH 37 Grant for Underprivileged High School Students, City of Chicago, $28,000, Jan 2003 – June 2003.
  • Konstantin Läufer, Vineet Gupta, and Radha Jagadeesan, The Triveni Project, National Science Foundation, Software Engineering and Languages program, $154,000, September 1999 – August 2002.
  • Peter Dordal, Radha Jagadeesan, Konstantin Läufer, and Chandra Sekharan, Academic Equipment Grant, Sun Microsystems, $89,000, September 1999 – August 2000.
  • Peter Dordal, Radha Jagadeesan, Konstantin Läufer, and Chandra Sekharan, Instructional Lab Grant, Microsoft, $70,000, September 1996 – August 1998.
  • Ronald Greenberg, General-Purpose Parallel Architectures and Routing Schemes, National Science Foundation, $169,470, September 1994 – August 1998.
  • Stephen Doty, Representation Theory of Reductive Groups & Monoids, National Science Foundation, $60,000, June 1994 – May 1998.
  • Chandra N. Sekharan, A Study of Outstanding Issues in the Design of Algorithms for Partial K-Trees, National Science Foundation, $15,000, July 1993 – June 1994.
  • Chandra N. Sekharan, A Study of Outstanding Issues in the Design of Algorithms for Partial K-Trees, National Science Foundation, $36,501, July 1991 – June 1994.