Andrea Bertozzi Prior Research Funding

  • NSF grant DMS-0968309 FRG: Collaborative Research: Mathematics of large scale urban crime, PIs: Bertozzi (lead), Tita (UCI), Brantingham, Mohler, Short, Chayes, Schoenberg, 9/2010-8/2014
  • NSF grant DMS-0907931 Dynamics of aggregation and collapse in multidimensional swarming models, 9/09-8/14.
  • ARO grant W911NF1010472, reporting number 58344-MA, Dynamic Models of Insurgent Activity, Aug 2010-February 1, 2014, joint with Jeff Brantingham and George Mohler.
  • NSF grant CBET-0940417 CDI Type I: Real-time adaptive imaging algorithms for atomic force microscopy, 1/10-12/13, joint grant with Paul Ashby and Jim DeYoreo, Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
  • NSF grant EFRI-1024765 Collaborative Research: Characterization and Control of Emergent Behavior in Complex Systems, joint with Manish Kumar and Subramanian Ramakrishnan, U Cincinatti, 9/15/10-8/31/13.
  • NSF grant DMS-0914856 Algorithms for Threat Detection (ATD): adaptive sensing and sensor fusion for real time chemical and biological threats, 9/09-8/13.
  • UC Lab Fees Research Grant 09-LR-04-116741-BERA, "Multiscale methods of fracture and multimaterial debris flow", with Stan Osher, Joey Teran, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (David Eder).
  • ONR grant N000141010221, Information Fusion of Human Activity, Social Networks, and Geography Using Fast Compressive Sensing, 1/10-12/12, co PIs Stan Osher, Jeff Brantingham, George Tita (UCI), $1.2M total, approx.
  • NSF grant DMS-1048840, RAPID: Modeling and experiments of oil-particulate mixtures of relevance to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Sept. 2010 - Aug. 2012.
  • NSF grant DMS-0601395 Research Training Group in Applied Differential Equations and Scientific Computing, 6/06-5/12, (EMSW21 Workforce Grant for training REU students and first year Ph. D. students).
  • NGA grant HM1582-06-1-2034 Novel Segmentation, Reconstruction, and Learning Models for Hyperspectral Image Processing and Analysis,9/06-9/10, joint with Stan Osher.
  • ARO MURI grant 50363-MA-MUR, Spatio-temporal event pattern recognition, subcontract from USC/Brown, Boris Rozovsky, PI. UCLA portion involves T. Chan and P. J. Brantigham, 5/06-4/11.
  • ARO grant 57590-MA-RIP, Parallel Computing Architecture for Analysis of Spatio-temporal Event Pattern Recognition, May 2010-May 2011, DURIP equipment grant$180K for new parallel cluster environment at UCLA.
  • ONR grant N000140810363 Geometry Based Image Analysis and Understanding, 1/08-12/10, $240,000.
  • ARO grant (STIR) W911NS-09-1-0559 Mathematical modeling of insurgent activities as compared to urban street crime, 10/09-6/10, $50,000.
  • NSF grant BCS-0527388, DHB: Mathematical and Simulation Modeling of Crime Hot Spots, P. Jeffrey Brantigham (PI), also with L. Chayes and G. Tita (UCI), 1/06-12/09.
  • ONR grant N000140710431, Fundamental Problems in Microfluidic Mixing and Multiphase Flows, 10/06-12/09
  • ONR grant N000140610059 Pattern formation and control of distributed swarming vehicles, 10/05-10/08, joint grant with Ira Schwartz, Naval Research Lab, approximately $330,000 to UCLA.
  • NSF grant ACI-0321917 9/03-8/09, Collaborative Research-ITR-High Order Partial Differential Equations: Theory, Computational Tools, and Applications in Image Processing, Computer Graphics, Biology, and Fluids (total project includes S. Osher (UCLA), G. Sapiro (UMN), A. Hosoi (MIT), and R. Fedkiw (Stanford)). $730,000 awarded to UCLA (Osher and Bertozzi)
  • ARO grant W911NF-05-1-0112, Fundamental Principles of Biological Swarming with Application to Artificial Platforms, $240,000 (approx), 4/05-3/08.
  • NSF grant AST-0442037 8/04-8/05, ACT/SGER: Object Identification and Classification in Aerial Images, $200,000.
  • NSF grant DMS-0244498 9/03-8/07, FRG-Collaborative Research: New Challenges in the Dynamics of Thin Films and Fluid Interfaces, $941,381, original PI at Duke University.
  • ONR grant N000140410078, Higher Order PDEs in Microfluidics and Image Analysis, $480,000, 10/03-9/06
  • ONR grant N000140410054, Modeling, Design, and Control of Distributed Mobile Sensors, $300,000, 10/03-9/06
  • ARO grant DAAD19-02-1-0055, ``Swarming in two and three dimensions'', $229,389, 4/02-12/04.
  • ONR grant N000140110290, Transport and Diffusion in Surfactant Driven Thin Films and Higher Order Methods for Image Processing, $120,000, 6/01-10/03.
  • NSF grant DMS-0074049 8/00-8/04, Collaborative proposal: Focused Research Group on Fundamental Problems in the Dynamics of Thin Viscous Films and Fluid Interfaces, $781,988 to Duke as PI on project, with R. Behringer, T. Witelski, M. Shearer.
  • NSF grant DMS-9983320 7/00-6/06, Duke University Program for Vertically Integrated, Interdisciplinary Research (VIGRE), original PI, $2,389,032.
  • NSF grant HRD-99799478, 1/00-12/01, PGE/SEP: Project ADVANCE: Developing A Resilient Cohort of Women in Quantitative Sciences, co-PI with Robert Thompson (PI), $99,924.
  • ONR YIP/PECASE Award, grant number N00014-96-1-0656 ``Interface motion and lubrication-type equations'', $526,066, 6/96-5/01.
  • Sloan Research Fellowship, 1995-9, $30,000
  • ONR grant $50,000, 1995-6.
  • NSF grant DMS-940484, Mathematical Sciences: Hydrodynamic Interface Motion, $18,000, 7/94-12/95.
  • NSF grant DMS-9107916, Mathematical Sciences: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, $75,000, 7/91-6/94.