Matthias Kawski
School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Arizona State University

Grant support

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  1. National Science Foundation DMS 88-05815 The geometry of highly nonlinear control systems (single PI) (1988-90). $33,400
  2. ASU Vice Provost's Office: Faculty Grant in Aid (FGIA) (single PI) (1989). $3000
  3. ARO-DURIP Contribution of pages on System and Control to larger joint proposal (with co-PI T. Taylor). (1988-90) $185,067
  4. ASU Vice Provost's Office: Faculty Grant in Aid (FGIA) (single PI) (1990) $3000
  5. National Science Foundation DMS 90-07547 The geometry of highly nonlinear control systems (single PI) (1990-93). $70,575
  6. National Science Foundation 92-51008 A computer laboratory classroom for undergraduate mathematics curriculum (co-PI, PI J.Bustoz) (1992-94). $34,213
  7. National Science Foundation 92-52521 (through University of Arizona): Implementation and Dissemination of the Harvard Consortium Calculus Materials (local PI) (1993-96). 5 institution-total $804,778 , ASU share $82,187, incl. 1996 summer conference.
  8. National Science Foundation DMS 93 08289 The geometry of highly nonlinear multi-input systems (single PI) (1993-96). $104,612
  9. National Science Foundation 94-52476 A computer classroom laboratory, calculus for everyone, and modelling for life sciences (co-PI, PI J.Bustoz) (1994-96). $30,883 + $12,340
  10. National Science Foundation EEC 92-21460 (through TX A&M University): The Foundation Coalition (local co-PI, local PI Donovan Evans) (1993-98). total award est. $14,000,000.
  11. INTEL: Modeling and Control of Re-entrant Semiconductor Manufacturing Systems (co-PI, PI A.Rodriguez) (1995-98). $120,000
  12. ACEPT: Visualization in Mathematics education: Vector calculus, (PI) (1996-97). $5000.
  13. Arizona State University, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: A WWW-server for calculus projects, (PI) (1996-97). $5400.
  14. National Science Foundation CISE 96-16992 A Center for collaborative research in learning technologies (planning grant), (co-PI, PI Donovan Evans) (1993-98). (1996-97). $ 50,000.
  15. ASU Provost's Office: Multidisciplinary research on the next generation multimedia technologies for interactive distributed learning (co-PI, Andreas Spanias PI), (1996-1999). $ 150,000.
  16. ASU Provost's Office: Assessment and certification in large enrollment MSE courses suitable for asynchronous learning environments planning grant, (1997-1998). $ 6,000.
  17. National Science Foundation DUE 97-52453: Vector Calculus via Linearization: Visualization and Modern Applications (single PI) (1998-2000). $74,956.
  18. INTEL (grant number 98-34), Interactive visualization (single PI), (1998), (Equipment donation valued at) $12,184.
  19. National Science Foundation EEC 98-02942 (through TX A&M University): The Foundation Engineering Education Coalition (local co-PI, local PI Donovan Evans, PI Karen Frair) (1998-2003). total award est. $14,960,462.
  20. National Science Foundation DUE 98-51422: MoSART: A Model Undergraduate Multidisciplinary Controls Laboratory (co-PI 7%, PI A. Rodriguez, (1998-2002). $95,442.
  21. American Math. Soc: Preparing Future Faculty (co-PI 50%, PI D.Armbruster) (1999-2001, w/ extension to 12/31/2001) $25,000.
  22. National Science Foundation DMS 00-72369 Geometry and algebra of nonlinear control systems (single PI) (2000-04) $101,481 (est.)
  23. ASU CLAS: Interactive Visualization across the Mathematics Curriculum (2000). $7,990.
  24. National Science Foundation DMS 01-07666, Optimization of supply chains and re-entrant manufacturing systems
    (PI, co-PI P.Crouch) (2002-04) $99,945 (est.)
  25. National Science Foundation DMS 05-09030, Chronological Calculus and Nonlinear Control (2005-08) $180,000.
  26. National Science Foundation DMS 09-08204, Geometry of Nonlinear Control with Applications (2009-12) $200,000.
  27. National Science Foundation DMS 09-60589, DMS - Trimester in Combinatorics and Control COCO 2010 (2010) $41,250.
  28. National Science Foundation DMS 11-48771 MCTP: Mathematics Mentoring Partnership Between Arizona State University and The Maricopa County Community College District (co-PI 5%, PI E. Kostelich), (2012-2017) $ 1,099,808.


Last updated January 30, 2017.