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Grants

  • Most of the active research faculty are supported by external funding agencies such as National Science Foundation.
  • Most of our new hires have an active National Science Foundation grant.
2013   
  • Evgenia Soprunova/Andrew Tonge: Ohio Board of Regents - Choose Ohio First Scholarship Program: Student Success in Math FY14 (Duration: 2013 - 2014, Awarded: $284,384)

2012

  • Jing Li/Richard Varga: National Science Foundation - A Conference on New Frontiers in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing (Duration: 2012 - 2013, Awarded: $23,000)

  • Evgenia Soprunova/Andrew Tonge: Ohio Board of Regents - Choose Ohio First Scholarship Program: Student Success in Math FY13 (Duration: 2012 - 2013, Awarded: $315,149)

  • Fedor Nazarov: National Science Foundation (DMS-1249196) - Collaborative Research: Bellman function, Harmonic Analysis and Operator Theory (Duration: 2012-2013)

  • Eugene Gartland: National Science Foundation - Numerical Methods for Large Scale Liquid Crystal Director Models and Analysis of Electric Field-Induced Instabilities (Duration: 2012-2015, Awarded: $180,169)

  • Evgenia Soprunova/Mikhail Chebotar: National Science Foundation - Kent State Math REU (Duration: 2012-2015, Awarded: $230,400)

  • Xiaoyu Zheng: National Science Foundation - Vorticity Driven Dynamics in Orientationally Ordered Systems (Duration: 2012-2015, Awarded: $223,000, co-PI: Peter Palffy-Muhoray)

2011

  • Lothar Reichel - Ohio Board of Regents/Research Incentive - Transmission-through-dye Microscopy as a tool for Apoptosis Research  (Duration: 2011-2014, Awarded: $180,000)

  • Artem Zvavitch/Dmitry Ryabogin - National Science Foundation - Harmonic Analysis in Convex Geometry  (Duration: 2011-2012, Awarded: $115,874)
2010
  • Dmitry Ryabogin/Artem Zvavitch - National Science Foundation award - NSF/CBMS Conference in the Mathematical Sciences - "Ergodic Methods in the Theory of Fractals" (Duration: 2010 - 2011, Awarded: $40,000)
2009   
  • Andrew Tonge - Ohio Board of Regents award for Re-purposing the Northeast Ohio Center of Excellence for Mathematics & Science  (Duration: 2008-2009)

  • Oana Mocioalca - National Security Agency award - Stochastic Calculus and Its Application (Duration: 2008-2009).

  • Evgenia Soprunova - National Science Foundation award (DMS-0755318) for the REU at Kent State University: Applications and Ramifications of Linear Algebra (Duration: 2008 - 2011).
2008   
  • Andrew Tonge - Stark County Educational Service Center award for the Development of Coursework for Masters for Secondary Math Teachers  (Duration: 2008)

  • Kazim Khan - Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC) (Duration: 2008-2009).

  • Evgenia Soprunova - Sub-award Cleveland State University/Ohio Board of Regents award for the Choose Ohio First: Student Success in Math  (Duration: 2008 - 2012).

  • Evgenia Soprunova - Ohio Board of Regents award for the Northeast Ohio Summer STEM Academy in Mathematics: Preparing Future Teachers (Duration: 2008-2009).

  • Oana Mocioalca - NSF award (DMS0735352) for the NSF/CBMS Regional Conference in Mathematical Sciences - Malliavin Calculus and its Applications (Duration: 2008-2009).

  • Xiaoyu Zheng - NSF award (DMS0807954) for Mathematics of Anisotropic Electrical and Dielectric Properties of Nanocomposites  (Duration: 2008-2011).

  • Jing Li - NSF award (DMS0821071) for "SCREMS: High Performance Scientific Computing Equipment" (Duration: 2008-2009).
2007   
  • Artem Zvavitch - NSF award (DMS0652684) on an FRG program: Fourier analytic and probabilistic methods in geometric functional analysis and convexity (Duration: 2007-2010).

  • Dmitry Ryabogin - NSF award (DMS0652672) on an FRG program: Fourier analytic and probabilistic methods in geometric functional analysis and convexity (Duration: 2007-2010).

  • Oana Mocioalca - NSF award (DMS0707791) for the Kent-Purdue Minisymposium on Financial Mathematics (April 2007), and an NSF award for the NSF/CBMS conference on Malliavin Calculus and its Applications (August 2007).

  • Vladimir Andriyevskyy - Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany) award on the project "Constructive function theory on subsets of the real line through potential theory and geometric function theory".

  • Vladimir Andriyevskyy - Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Germany) award for the project "Discrepancy of signed measures and polynomial approximation". (Duration: 2008-2009)

  • Don White - Ohio Department of Education (CI457-MGM-08-42) on Middle Grade Mathematics (Duration 2007-2008).
2006   
  • Vladimir Andriyevskyy - NSF grant for the project "Constructive function theory on subsets of the real line, via potential theory and geometric function theory". (Duration: 2006-2009).

  • Chuck Gartland - NSF award (DMS0608670) on the project: Modeling, Computation, and Analysis of Complex Liquid Crystal Systems and Transitions (Duration 2006-2009).

  • Kazim Khan - Ohio Board of Regents (OBR), (Duration 2006-2007); The Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK), Summer 2006; Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC), Summer 2006.

  • Jing Li - NSF award (DMS0612574) on the project: Scalable Parallel Multilevel Domain Decomposition Methods (Duration: 2006-2009).

  • Gang Yu - NSF award (DMS0601033) on the project: Some Problems In Number Theory (Duration: 2006-2009).

  • Artem Zvavitch - NSF award (DMS0532494) for the NSF/CBMS Regional Conference in the Mathematical Sciences-"Probabilistic and Combinatorial Approach in Analysis" (August 2006).

2005   
  • Chuck Gartland - NSF award on the FRG program: Ferroelectric Phenomena in Soft Matter Systems (Duration: 2005-2008).

  • Artem Zvavitch - NSF award (DMS0504049) on the project: Fourier Analytic Approach to the Geometric Tomography (Duration: 2005-2008).

  • Richard Aron - (as a co-PI) Ministry of Education and Culture (Apain) award for the project MTM2005-08210. (Duration: 2005-2010).

  • Vladimir Andriyevskyy - Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany) award on the project "Remez-type inequalities in the complex plane".

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