Andrea Bertozzi Prior Research Funding
NSF grant DMS-1045536 California Research Training Program in Computational and Applied Mathematics, training grant for a summer REU program and graduate/postdoc mentorship program, 6/15/11-5/31/17.
ARO MURI grant W911NF-11-1-0332, with M. Short and J. Brantingham, Scalable, Stochastic and Spatiotemporal Game Theory for Real-World Human Adversarial Behavior, August 2011-May 2017, subaward from USC, Milind Tambe PI.
UC Lab Fees Research grant 12-LR-236660, Sparse modeling for high dimensional data, joint with Stan Osher and Luinita Vese (UCLA), Rick Chartrand and
Brendt Wohlberg (Los Alamos National Lab), July 1, 2012-Dec. 31, 2015,
AFOSR MURI grant FA9550-10-1-0569 ``Inferring Structure and Forecasting Dynamics on Evolving Networks'' coPI, P. J. Brantingham lead PI, 9/30/10-9/29/15.
ONR grant N000141210040, Analysis and Design of Fast Graph Based Algorithms for High Dimensional Data, November 2011-December 2014
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.
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.
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.
DHB: Mathematical and Simulation Modeling of Crime Hot Spots, P. Jeffrey Brantigham (PI), also with L. Chayes and G. Tita (UCI),
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,
ARO grant DAAD19-02-1-0055, ``Swarming in two and three dimensions'',
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.