Grant support
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Where available, links are provided to abstracts at the funding agencies' sites (e.g.
all NSF grants),
or to project homepages.

National Science Foundation DMS 8805815
The geometry of highly nonlinear control systems
(single PI) (198890). $33,400

ASU Vice Provost's Office: Faculty Grant in Aid (FGIA)
(single PI) (1989). $3000

ARODURIP
Contribution of pages on System and Control to larger joint proposal
(with coPI T. Taylor). (198890) $185,067

ASU Vice Provost's Office: Faculty Grant in Aid (FGIA)
(single PI) (1990) $3000

National Science Foundation DMS 9007547
The geometry of highly nonlinear control systems
(single PI) (199093). $70,575

National Science Foundation 9251008
A computer laboratory classroom for undergraduate
mathematics curriculum
(coPI, PI J.Bustoz) (199294). $34,213

National Science Foundation 9252521
(through University of Arizona):
Implementation and Dissemination of the Harvard
Consortium Calculus Materials
(local PI) (199396).
5 institutiontotal $804,778 , ASU share $82,187,
incl. 1996 summer conference.

National Science Foundation DMS 93 08289
The geometry of highly nonlinear multiinput systems
(single PI) (199396). $104,612

National Science Foundation 9452476
A computer classroom laboratory, calculus for everyone,
and modelling for life sciences
(coPI, PI J.Bustoz) (199496). $30,883 + $12,340

National Science Foundation EEC 9221460
(through TX A&M University):
The Foundation Coalition
(local coPI, local PI Donovan Evans) (199398).
total award est. $14,000,000.

INTEL:
Modeling and Control of Reentrant Semiconductor
Manufacturing Systems
(coPI, PI A.Rodriguez) (199598). $120,000
 ACEPT:
Visualization in Mathematics education: Vector calculus,
(PI) (199697). $5000.
 Arizona State University, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences:
A WWWserver for calculus projects,
(PI) (199697). $5400.

National Science Foundation CISE 9616992
A Center for collaborative research in learning technologies
(planning grant), (coPI, PI Donovan Evans) (199398).
(199697). $ 50,000.

ASU Provost's Office:
Multidisciplinary research on the next generation multimedia
technologies for interactive distributed learning
(coPI, Andreas Spanias PI),
(19961999). $ 150,000.

ASU Provost's Office:
Assessment and certification in large enrollment MSE courses
suitable for asynchronous learning environments
planning grant, (19971998). $ 6,000.

National Science Foundation DUE 9752453:
Vector Calculus via Linearization:
Visualization and Modern Applications
(single PI) (19982000). $74,956.

INTEL (grant number 9834),
Interactive visualization (single PI), (1998),
(Equipment donation valued at) $12,184.

National Science Foundation EEC 9802942
(through TX A&M University):
The Foundation Engineering Education Coalition
(local coPI, local PI Donovan Evans, PI Karen Frair) (19982003).
total award est. $14,960,462.

National Science Foundation DUE 9851422:
MoSART: A Model Undergraduate
Multidisciplinary Controls Laboratory
(coPI 7%, PI A. Rodriguez,
(19982002). $95,442.

American Math. Soc:
Preparing Future Faculty
(coPI 50%, PI D.Armbruster)
(19992001, w/ extension to 12/31/2001) $25,000.

National Science Foundation DMS 0072369
Geometry and algebra of nonlinear control systems
(single PI) (200004) $101,481 (est.)

ASU CLAS:
Interactive Visualization across the Mathematics Curriculum
(2000). $7,990.

National Science Foundation DMS 0107666,
Optimization of supply chains and reentrant manufacturing systems
(PI, coPI P.Crouch) (200204) $99,945 (est.).

National Science Foundation DMS 0509030,
Chronological Calculus and Nonlinear Control
(200508) $180,000.

National Science Foundation DMS 0908204,
Geometry of Nonlinear Control with Applications
(200912) $200,000.

National Science Foundation DMS 0960589,
DMS  Trimester in Combinatorics and Control COCO 2010
(2010) $41,250.

National Science Foundation DMS 1148771
MCTP: Mathematics Mentoring Partnership Between Arizona State University
and The Maricopa County Community College District
(coPI 5%, PI E. Kostelich), (20122017) $ 1,099,808.
 National
Science Foundation DMS 1744474
INCLUDES DDLP: Indigenous Math Circles Communities
(senior personnel, PI D. Auckly), (20172019) $ 299,761.
 National
Science Foundation DMS 1757663
Collaborative Research: REU Site: Applied Mathematics and Computational
Modeling in the Greater Phoenix Area
(senior personnel 5% RID, PI W. Tang), (20182021) $ 344,900.
 National Science Foundation.
Center for Mathematics of Complex Biological Systems (CMCBS)
(senior personnel, PI E. Camacho), (20182023) $ 9,976,893. (pending)
Last updated March 7, 2018.
