Engineering | SENSIP

Grants and Awards

Programs of SenSIP with Federal Agencies

  • REU Site on Sensors and Algorithms ($300k)
  • Cyberphysical Systems Program,  NSF ($600k)
  • Sensor Apps and Modules,  NSF ($800k)
  • Research Endeavors in Sensors and Signal processing, NSF ($300k)
  • Wireless Communications Foundations for Consensus Networks ($400k)
  • Sensors for Environmental Monitoring,  NIH, ($800k)
  • Dysathric Speech Detection, NSF and NIH, ($400k)
  • Machine Learning ($400k), Office of Naval Research
  • Flexible Sensor Manufacturing,  $4M, NIST & NSF   (pending)
  • 2nd Phase SenSIP I/UCRC, NSF ($280k)

Previous Grants and Awards

  • EXP-SA: DSP Algorithms for Silicon Ion-Channel Sensors, ASU share $450,000, 2007-2012
  • Collaborative Research: Phase 3  Design, Implementation and Dissemination of Multidisciplinary online Java Digital Signal Processing (J-DSP) Materials, ASU share $1,200,000, 2008-2015
  • Arts and Media Technologies, NSF, ($3M)
  • Biomedical Innovations Using Implementation-Aware Agile Sensing and Signal Processing, 2008-2012 (400k)
  • Planning Grant: I/UCRC;  SenSIP, A Research Site of  the Net-Centric Software and Systems Center, 2009-2010 ($10K)
  • I/UCRC CGI :  SenSIP –  A Research Site of the Net-Centric Software and Systems Center, 2010-2015 ($350K)
  • I/UCRC:  FRP:Sensor Fusion Research for Net-Centric Applications, $200,000, 2012-2015
  • Distributed and Robust Estimation for Cyberphysical Systems using a Nonlinear Consensus Approach, $350,000$, 2013-2016
  • GOALI: Intelligent Networked Solar Panel Array Management, $300,000, 2013-2016
  • Collaborative Research: Integrated Development of Scalable Mobile Multidisciplinary Modules (SM3) for STEM Education, $490,000, 2015-2019
  • I/UCRC Phase II:  ASU Research Site of the NSF Net-Centric and Cloud Software and Systems I/UCRC, 2016 – 2020, $250,000
  • I/UCRC:  Workshops Promoting International USA-Mexico Collaborations in Sensors and Signal Processing, 2015-2016
  • PI: M. Reisslein, NSF-EEC, “Instructional Sequences in Pre-College Engineering Education”, 10/15/2010 – 10/14/2013, $400,000
  • David Frakes(PI),”Brain Aneurysm Foundation Research Grant” (2010), $10k
  • David Frakes(PI),”Army Research Lab Phase I SBIR Extension” (2010), $50k
  • David Frakes(PI),”Women and Philanthropy Society Category B Grant” (2010), $50k
  • David Frakes(PI),”Army Research Lab Phase I SBIR” (2010), $100k
  • David Frakes(PI),”Arizona Biomedical Research Commission Grant” (2009), $150k
  • National Instruments: DSP and Sensor LabVIEW Software for Use in Research and Education, A. Spanias, H. Thornburg, K. Tsakalis, $25,000, 4/2008-4/2009.
  • NSF Collaborative Research Phase 3: Design, Implementation and Dissemination of Multidisciplinary online Java Digital Signal Processing (J-DSP) Materials, A. Spanias, A. Papandreou-Suppappola, C. Tepedelenlioglu, R. Ayyanar, H. Thornburg, $1,022,777, 8/2008 – 8/2013.
  • NSF Collaborative Research: J-DSP and Astronomical-Calibrated Time Scale, A. Spanias ($450,000 with JHU and Purdue),  7/2007-7/2010, $125,000.
  • NSF: Biomedical Innovations Using Implementation-Aware Agile Sensing and Signal Processing, A. Papandreou-Suppappola (PI), A. Spanias, C. Chakrabarti  Aug 1, 2008, $375000.
  • NSF CCF, SING: Efficient Survivable Routing in Next Generation Networks, G. Xue, Sep 2008–Aug 2011, $240,000.