Awards
- SI2-SSE: Solving Polynomial Systems with PHCpack and phcpy.
Award 1440534 for $464,352 from NSF ACI - Division of Advanced
CyberInfrastructure. The start and end dates are
respectively 10/01/2014 and 09/30/2017.
- Co-PI (with Marc Culler and David Dumas) of
a 2012-13 LAS Science Award (awarded $50,000), for
the project A Laboratory for Mathematical Computation.
- Recipient of the 2011 UIC Award for Excellence in Teaching,
administered by the Council of Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
- Algorithms and software for a new polyhedral polynomial system
solver.
Award 1115777 for $300,000 from NSF CCF - Algorithmic Foundations.
The start and end dates are respectively 06/15/2011 and 05/31/2014.
- Recipient of a 2011 Teaching Recognition Program Award,
administered by the Council of Excellence in Teaching and Learning
at UIC.
- Optimal Polyhedral Homotopies on Supercomputers for Algebraic Sets.
Award 0713018 for $255,000 from NSF DMS - Computational Mathematics.
The start and end dates are respectively 09/01/2007 and 08/31/2010.
- Collaborative Research: Numerical Algorithms and Software for
Solving Polynomial Systems with Parameters.
Award 0410036 for $80,870 from NSF DMS - Computational Mathematics
(joint support from the Algebra, Number Theory, and Combinatorics program).
The effective date is 09/15/04 with a 36 months duration.
This is collaborative research with
Andrew J. Sommese
(University of Notre Dame, NSF Award DMS-0410047)
and
Charles W. Wampler
(General Motors Research Labs).
- Recipient of a 2004 Teaching Recognition Program Award,
administered by the Council of Excellence in Teaching and Learning
at UIC.
- CAREER: NLApack: Software for Numerical Algebraic Geometry.
Award 0134611 for $400,000 from NSF DMS - Computational Mathematics
(with contributions from the Algebra, Number Theory, and Combinatorics
program). The effective date is 03/01/02 with a 60 months duration.
- Collaborative Research: Numerical Algorithms and Software for
Decomposing Solution Sets of Polynomial Systems.
Award 0105739 for $140,005 from NSF DMS - Computational Mathematics
(split funded by the Algebra, Number Theory, and Combinatorics program).
The effective date is 08/01/01 with a 36 months duration.
This is collaborative research with
Andrew J. Sommese
(University of Notre Dame, NSF Award DMS-0105653)
and with
Charles W. Wampler
(General Motors Research Labs).
- Software for the Pole Placement Problem.
The Campus Research Board of UIC funded this project for $14,992.
The duration of this project is the academic year 2001-2002.