Research Grants and Awards

2015 Grants

National Science Foundation
Dominik Roesch, Cristian Tiu and Brian Wolfe

Data Analysis and Management Building Blocks for Multi-Campus Cyberinfrastructure through Cloud Federation
$4,975,094

National Science Foundation
Sanjukta Das Smith

Collaborator with the UB Department of Mathematics in the NSF EDT: Enriched Doctoral Training in the Mathematical Sciences program
$600,000

National Science Foundation
Sanjukta Das Smith and Ram Ramesh, co-PIs

An analytical approach to quantifying availability (AQUA) for cloud resource provisions and allocation (2014-16)
$400,00

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. R. Rao and Laura Amo, co-PIs, with David Murray

SaTC EDU Collaborative: Cybersecurity for Middle School students at Museums: An Informal Learning Approach (2015-17)
$199,759

National Science Foundation and National Security Agency
H. R. Rao and Laura Amo, co-PIs, with David Murray

$86,393

University at Buffalo
Isaac Ehrlich

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

University at Buffalo Institute for Person-Centered Care
Arun Lakshmanan

Cyber-empathic healthcare prognostics
$7,000

University at Buffalo Center for Home Health and Well-Being through Adaptive Smart Environments
Rajiv Kishore, PI

MEMS and Competitive Game Interventions to Promote ART Adherence in Poorly Adherent HIV Patients
$35,000

Huawei Technologies
Sanjukta Das Smith, co-PI

Providing reliable cloud services through availability-aware SLA contract designs
$225,000

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Rajiv Kishore, co-PI

Use of gamified social media with home telemonitoring for patient self-management in poorly controlled Medicaid diabetics: A pilot study of health outcomes, social influences and habit formation
$100,000

2015 Awards

Kee H. Chung and Sahn-Wook Huh

  • Best Paper award from the Financial Management Association (FMA) European Conference for “Non-information cost of trading and its relative importance in asset pricing.

Kee H. Chung

  • Best Paper award from the Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies for “Investment duration and corporate governance.”

Isaac Ehrlich

  • Named to the National Academy of Sciences Economic and Fiscal Consequences of Immigration committee.

Emily Grijalva

  • Best Article of the Year award from the Academy of Management Perspectives for “Narcissism: an integrative synthesis and dominance complementarity model” (with Peter Harms).

Supradeep Dutta

  • Best Paper award, Business Policy and Strategy Division from the annual Academy of Management conference for “Information asymmetry and acquirer returns: dual effect of venture capital affiliation.”