Grants

Active (Sep 2017)

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    • Collaborative Research: Collaborative Research: Selection methods for algebraic design of experiments,

      National Science Foundation, $200,000, (2018-2020), PI: Dr. Dimitrova

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  • RTG: Coding Theory, Cryptography, and Number Theory,

    National Science Foundation, $2,126,971, (2016-2021), CoPI: Dr. Gao, Dr. Manganiello and Dr. Matthews

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  • Subdivision Methods: Correctness and Complexity,

    National Science Foundation, $246,411, (2015-2018), PI: Dr. Burr

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  • Collaborations between algebraic geometry and computer science,

    Simons Foundation, $35,000, (2013-2018), PI: Dr. Burr

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  • Clemson Mini-Conference on Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms,

    National Security Agency, $17,000, (2016-2017), CoPI: Dr. Burr

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  • Collaborative Research: Sparse Polynomials, Complexity and Algorithms,

    National Science Foundation, $253,484, (2014-2017), PI: Dr. Gao

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  • Collaborative Research: Data selection for unique model identification,

    National Science Foundation, $200,000, (2014-2017), PI: Dr. Dimitrova

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  • Topics in Algebraic Geometry Codes,

    National Science Foundation, $210,000, (2014-2017), PI: Dr. Matthews, CoPI: Dr. Gao

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Past (Feb 2016)

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  • Iterative decoding of q-ary parity-check codes and related problems, National Security Agency, $60,236, (2013-2015), PI: Dr. Matthews
  • Topics on Computational Algebra, National Science Foundation, $210,000, (2010-2014), PI: Dr. Gao
  • Codes, Algorithms and Cryptography for Random Linear Network Coding, Swiss National Science Foundation, (2011-2013), PI: Dr. Manganiello
  • Algebraic analysis of parity check codes and iterative decoding, National Science Foundation, $120,000, (2009-2013), PI: Dr. Matthews
  • Complexity and Algorithms of Decoding Algebraic Codes, National Science Foundation, $221,767, (2009-2013), PI: Dr. Gao
  • Acquisition of Large-Memory, Many-Core Compute Node for Mathematical Science Research, National Science Foundation, $127,196, (2010-2011), CoPI: Dr. Dimitrova
  • Developing discrete network models to discover transcriptional regulation of peach fruit color, University Research Grant Committee, (2010), PI: Dr. Dimitrova
  • Algorithms for Polynomial Systems, National Security Agency,  $87,000,  (2008-2010), PI: Dr. Gao.
  • Codes from algebraic geometry:  constructions and algorithms for implementation, National Security Agency, $30,000, (2007-2009), PI: Dr. Matthews
  • Algorithms for Polynomial Systems, National Science Foundation, $277,916, (2003-2009), PI: Dr. Gao
  • Palmetto number theory series, National Security Agency, $15,000, (2007-2008), CoPI: Dr. Matthews
  • Palmetto number theory series, National Security Agency, $8,250, (2007-2008) CoPI: Dr. Matthews
  • Algebraic geometry codes and related structures, National Security Agency, $30,000, (2006-2008), PI: Dr. Matthews.
  • Acquisition of parallel computing cluster for large-scale computational problems in the mathematical sciences, National Science Foundation, $140,570, (2005-2006), CoPI: Dr. Matthews and Dr. Gao
  • Applications of semigroups to algebraic geometry codes, National Science Foundation, $104,837, (2002-2006), PI: Dr. Matthews
  • High-Performance Computing Cluster for Wireless Communications Systems Research, Office of Naval Research/Army Research Office, $237,991, CoPI: Dr. Gao
  • Adaptive Protocols for Mobile Wireless Networks, Office of Naval Research, $4,400,000, (2000-2005), CoPI: Dr. Gao
  • East Coast Computer Algebra Day, National Science Foundation, $11,150, (2003-2004), PI: Dr. Gao
  • Algorithms for polynomials and large linear systems, National Security Agency, $40,000, (2002-2004), PI: Dr. Gao
  • Better codes using Suzuki curves, Clemson University Research Grant Committee, $1,750, (2002-2003), PI: Dr. Matthews
  • Semigroups and error-correcting codes, Oak Ridge Associated Universities, $5,000, (2002-2003), PI: Dr. Matthews
  • Computational Problems over Finite Fields, National Science Foundation, $75,002, (1999-2003), CoPI: Dr. Gao
  • Applicable Algebra in Codes and Cryptography, South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, $75,000, (2001), PI: Gao
  • Computational Problems over Finite Fields, National Security Agency, $36,027, (1999-2001), PI: Dr. Gao
  • Mathematical Sciences Scientific Computing Research Environments, National Science Foundation, $68,698, (1997-1998), CoPI: Dr. Gao

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