Externally Funded Grants
$36,000 - Faculty
Research Participation with the Department of Energy at the
$648,000 - Nonlinear Dynamics. (Total grant award: $1,200,000; Amt directly to support J. Wilder: $83,359) - NSF EPSCoR grant No. 8922106. This represents a multidisciplinary grant on "Nonlinear Dynamics" involving 6 investigators. August 1990 - June 1992. Note that the total award was for both the Nonlinear Dynamics group as well as a group in cell regulatory biology.
$98,555 - Development and Analysis of Models of Gypsy Moth Population
$1,500,000 - Nonlinear Dynamics. (Total grant award: $7,339,896; Amt directly to support J. Wilder: $196,694) - NSF EPSCoR grant No. 9255224. This represents a second multidisciplinary grant on Nonlinear Dynamics involving 6 investigators. May 1993 - August 1997. Note that the total award was for the Nonlinear Dynamics group as well as a group in cell regulatory biology and a third in computational materials.
$76,750 - Sabbatical Leave Support at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE) - Funded through the National Research Council - May 2000 - August 2001
$24,000 - Thermodynamics of Sequestration in Natural Gas Hydrates, DOE Contract No. DE-AP26-01NT00485 (9/01 - 8/02).
$46,960 - Development of a Critical Equation of State, National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE) University Partnership Program. 8/01 - 12/02.
$93,920 - Pore-Level Network Modeling National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE) University Partnership Program. 9/01 - 8/04.
$46,960 - Simulation of Reservoirs Containing Explicit Fractures, National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE) University Partnership Program. 8/02 - 12/03.
$67,000 - Faculty Research Participation with the Department of Energy at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (funded through Oak Ridge Associated Universities). 10/02 - 6/04.
$4,5000,000 - Student Success in Mathematics, funded by the Choose Ohio First Scholarship Program (part of the Ohio Innovation Partnership). A collaborative effort between Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College, Kent State University, University of Akron, and Youngstown State University, along with high schools in eleven school districts, and two community organizations (Cleveland Scholarship Program and the SMART Consortium) to increase the number of Northeast Ohio students who are qualified for and interested in becoming STEM majors by working collaboratively to strengthen the mathematical preparation of first year students at our institutions, thus increasing the number of Ohio students successfully pursuing and graduating with STEM degrees. 7/2008 – 6/2012.