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Research Grants and Awards

2014 Grants

National Science Foundation
Sanjukta Das Smith and Ram Ramesh, co-principal investigators (PIs)
An analytical approach to quantifying availability (AQUA) for cloud resource provisions and allocation (2014-16)
$400,000

National Science Foundation
Arun Lakshmanan, co-PI
Cyber-empathic design: Using embedded sensors to improve product and system design (2014-16)
$368,000

National Science Foundation
H. Raghav Rao, PI
Email deception and visual email authentication services: An investigation (2012-15)
$320,000

National Science Foundation Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences
H. Raghav Rao, PI
Modeling insider threat behavior in financial institutions (2014-17)
$499,000

National Science Foundation
H. Raghav Rao, co-PI
RAPID/Collaborative Research: Emergency Response Authorities’ Microblogging and Community Needs
$34,237 (2013-15)
$5,000 (2014-15)

National Science Foundation
H. Raghav Rao, co-PI
An interdisciplinary information assurance curriculum (2012-17)
$1,645,559

University at Buffalo
Isaac Ehrlich
3E grant for “A human capital agenda for educational and economic development” (2012/13-2015/16)
$1,232,438

Helios Corp.
Isaac Ehrlich, co-PI
Examining the implementation of the Florida college access network and its impact on local college access network
$120,000

2014 Awards

Ram Bezawada

  • Won $10,500 in the Marketing Science Institute research proposal competition for “Social interactions and social media marketing”

Kee H. Chung

  • Best Paper Award from Financial News and Korea America Finance Association for “Uncertainty, market structure and liquidity,” published in the Journal of Financial Economics

Sahn-Wook Huh

  • Best Paper Award at 2014 FMA Asian Conference for “Informed trading and the pricing of good and bad private information in the cross-section of expected stock returns”

Isaac Ehrlich

  • Named to the National Academy of Sciences’ Panel on the Economic and Fiscal Consequences of Immigration. (Read more.)