Projects (sorted by starting dates)

Co-PI. Cellphone-Enabled Water Citizen Science for Data and Knowledge Generation: WatCitSci. National Science Foundation. $72,047. 11/2017-10/208. (Credit: 25%)

PI. CPS: Synergy: Collaborative Research: Cyber-Physical Sensing, Modeling, and Control with Augmented Reality for Smart Manufacturing Workforce Training and Operations Management. National Science Foundation. $505,287. 2/2017-1/2020. (Credit: 45%)

PI. Interplay between worker behaviors and group energetics. University of Missouri Research Board. $24,000. 06/1/2017-05/31/2018. (Credit: 50%)

Co-I. Inspecting and Preserving Infrastructure through Robotic Exploration. Department of Transportation. $1,402,200. 2/2017-12/2017. (Credit: 2%)

PI. Citizen Science and Computational Tools for Water Flow Assessment. Energy Research and Development Center (ERDC). $21,949. 08/2015-05/2016. (Credit: 100%)

PI. Automated Attendance Check by Using Smartphone Cameras. National Science Foundation. $50,000. 1/2015-6/2016. (Credit: 100%)

Co-I. The Missouri Transect: Climate, Plants and Community. National Science Foundation. $20,000,000. 08/2014-08/2019. ($1,251,378 to Missouri S&T, my credit: 55%, $661,431)

PI. CAREER: Microscopy Image Analysis to Aid Biological Discovery: Optics, Algorithms and Community. National Science Foundation. $488,148 + $16,000 (REU Supplement). 05/2014-04/2019. (Credit: 100%)

PI. Tracking Cells, Nanoparticles and DNAs in Time-Lapse Microscopy Images for Biomedical Discovery. Center for Biological Science and Engineering. $23,768. 1/1/2014-12/31/2014. (Credit: 100%) (acceptance rate: 4/12)

PI. Freeway Travel Time Estimation using Existing Fixed Traffic Sensors. Missouri Dept. of Transportation. $77,362. 08/13-02/15. (Credit: 100%)

PI. Freeway Travel Time Estimation using Existing Fixed Traffic Sensors - A Computer Vision Based Vehicle Matching Approach. Mid-America Transportation Center. $38,681. 08/2013-02/2015. (Credit: 100%)

PI. Develop a Robotic UAV Platform for Automated Bridge Inspection. Mid-America Transportation Center. $30,000. 08/13-02/15. (Credit: 100%)

PI. Developing Active Trackers for Wide-Area Persistent Surveillance. Lockheed Martin. $35,000. 04/13-10/13. (Credit: 100%)

Co-PI. A Doctoral Program in Security and Privacy in Mobile Social Network Space. Dept. of Education. $544,420. 09/2012-8/2015. (Credit: 16%, $84,432)

PI. A Quadcopter with Heterogeneous Sensors for Autonomous Bridge Inspection. Mid-America Transportation Center. $26,388. 09/2012-12/2013. (Credit: 100%)

PI. Accurate Object Segmentation and Detection for Wide-Area Persistent Surveillance. Lockheed Martin. $35,000. 06/15/2012-12/20/2012. (Credit: 100%)

Co-PI. Infrastructure to Support Integrated Research and Education in Socially Intelligent Computing at Missouri S&T. National Science Foundation. $281,680. 06/2012-05/2016. (Credit: 40%, $112,672)

PI. Model-driven Microscopy Image Analysis for Stem Cell Discovery. University of Missouri Research Board. $36,000. 06/15/2012-12/14/2013. (Credit: 100%) (acceptance rate: 11/57)

Total awarded: $4,959,308

My share of credits: $2,051,768 (NSF: $1,600,468; DoT: $200,475; DoE: $87,107; Industry: $70,000; UM-System: $93,717)