Some of my research, and projects I have been involved in, have been supported by various contracts and grants.

## Current grants

- NSF –
Studies in Poromechanics and Electro-Poromechanics, principal investigator – Period of funding: September 15, 2009–August 31, 2013- NSF –
US-Africa Advanced Study Institute and Workshop Series in MathematicalSciences, co-principal investigator (with O. Jenda, principal investigator, and A. Abebe, and M. Smith, co-principal investigators) – Period of funding: April 15, 2011–March 31, 2013- OVPR AU-IGP –
Virtual 3D Interlaced Fabric Design and Characterizaion, co-principal investigator (with S. Adanur, principal investigator, and Y. Cao, co-principal investigator) – Period of funding: March 1, 2012–February 28, 2014

## Completed grants

- Alabama Supercomputer Authority –
On the Finite Element Method for the Velocity-Vorticity Formulation of Three-Dimensional, Viscous, Incompressible Flow, principal investigator – Period of funding: 1990- Research Grant-in-Aid, Auburn University –
On the Finite Element Method for the Velocity-Vorticity Formulation of Three-Dimensional, Viscous, Incompressible Flows, principal investigator – Period of funding: June 16, 1990–June 15 1991- American Computing Inc. –
Numerical Approximation of Solutions of the Steady Navier Stokes Equations, principal investigator – Period of funding: June 16, 1993–September 15, 1993- American Computing Inc. –
Numerical Approximation of Solutions of the Steady Navier Stokes Equations (Part II), principal investigator – Period of funding: September 16, 1993–December 15, 1994- American Computing Inc. –
Numerical Approximation of Solutions of the Steady Navier Stokes Equations (Part III), principal investigator – Period of funding: June 16, 1994–September 15, 1994- NSF –
Viscous Incompressible Magnetohydrodynamics: Analysis and Numerical Approximation, co-principal investigator (with P. G. Schmidt, principal investigator) – Period of funding: June 16, 1994–June 15, 1996- NSF –
Viscous Incompressible Magnetohydrodynamics: Analysis and Numerical Approximation, co-principal investigator (with P. G. Schmidt, principal investigator) – Period of funding: June 16, 1996–June 15, 1999- DOE EPSCoR – Fusion Energy Research, co-principal investigator (with Physics: D. G. Swanson, principal investigator, R. F. Gandy, J. D. Hanson, S. F. Knowlton, M. S. Pindzola, F. Robicheaux, and C. Watts, co-principal investigators) – Period of funding: October 1, 1998–September 30, 1999
- NSF –
Eighteenth Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, principal investigator (with P. G. Schmidt,co-principal investigator) – Period of funding: November 1, 1998–October 31, 1999- DOE EPSCoR –
Energy and Particle Transport in Fusion Plasmas, co-principal investigator (with Physics: D. G. Swanson, principal investigator, R. F. Gandy, J. D. Hanson, S. F. Knowlton, M. S. Pindzola, F. Robicheaux, and C. Watts, co-principal investigators) – Period of funding: October 1, 1999–September 29, 2000- PRISM (College of Sciences and Mathematics, Auburn University) –
Computational Science(funding for a Beowulf cluster), co-principal investigator (with Physics: J. D. Perez, principal investigator, Y. Lin, M. S. Pindzola, F. Robicheaux, Chemistry: M. L. McKee, and Mathematics: P. G. Schmidt, co-principal investigators) – Period of funding: October 1, 2001–September 30, 2002- NIH -
Improving the Detection Limits of Potentiometric and Optical Sensors, co-principal investigator (with Chemistry: E. Bakker, principal investigator, and ETH Zurich, Chemistry: E. Pretsch, co-principal investigator) – Period of funding: September 1, 2000–August 31, 2004