1. J. Aravena, K. Zhou, F. N. Chowdhury, X. R. Li, Aircraft Safety: Control Upset management, (continuation) NASA-EPSCoR, 2004-2006, $1,187,000.
  2. H. Wong, D. Moldovan and P. K. Ajmera, A theoretical, experimental, and molecular-dynamics investigation of surface energy anisotropy effects on grain- boundary grooving. NSF, 7/04-6/07, $150,000
  3. J. Choi, Development of On-Chip Biofuel Cell with Interdigitated Microelectrodes Array,Louisiana Board of Regents, 6/04-06/07, $129,210.
  4. B. Gunturk and J. Aravena, Biometrics Project Laboratory, LSU Tech. Fee, $29,860, FY 2005-06
  5. B. Gunturk and J. Choi, Sensor: Joint Hardware and Software Approaches for Improved Image Sensing, National Science Foundation, 9/05-8/08, $260,000.
  6. X. Liang, Space time code design for wireless communication, Board of Regents, RCS program 6/04-6/07, $108,624.
  7. M. Naraghi-Pour, G. Gu, J. Aravena and K. Zhou, MINORITY LEADERS for Research In Aerospace: Sensors Interference Avoidance, Advanced Direction Finding and Geolocation, and Data Compression in Sensor Networks, Clarkson Aerospace, 5/05-9/06, $490,000.
  8. J. Ramanujam, Synthesis of high performance algorithms for electronic structure calculations, Information Technology Research (ITR) Program, National Science Foundation, Award 0121706, 9/01-8/07, $345,000. (part of a collaborative research proposal with total funding $2,400,000).
  9. J. Ramanujam and G. Baumgartner, CSR-AES: An Integrated Framework for Compile-time/Run-time Support for Multi-Scale Applications on High-End Systems, National Science Foundation, $145,500 (part of a collaborative research proposal with total funding $708,000). 9/2005-8/2008.
  10. G. Baumgartner and J. Ramanujam, Search-Based Model-Driven Framework for Compiler Optimizations, National Science Foundation, $300,000. 5/2006-4/2009.
  11. G. L. Zhao and J. Ramanujam, NER: Integration of Ab-Initio Computation with Large Scale Molecular Dynamics Simulation for Nanomaterials Research, National Science Foundation, $100,000. 9/05-8/07.
  12. J. Ramanujam (with G. Allen, PI, J. Westerink, G. Stone, I. van Heerden, B. Aksoylu, and others), A General DDDAS Framework with Coast and Environment Modeling Applications, National Science Foundation, $220,000. 9/05-8/06.
  13. R. Vaidyanathan, J. L. Trahan and S. Rai, Reconfigurable Computing: Bridging the Gap, $249,999 grant from the National Science Foundation, 8/03-7/06.
  14. B. Q. Wei, W.J. Meng, R. McCarley, D.P. Young, C. Kumar, E. Meletis, P. T. Sprunger, M. D. Pease, L. G. Butler, T. Daniels-Race, Acquisition of a Micro-Raman Spectroscopy System, LaBoR-Enhancement, $78,878, 6/05-6/06.
  15. S. Wei, Cooperative coding and signal processing in a wireless ad-hoc network with relay channels, Board of Regents, RCS program, 6/04-6/07, $104,730.
  16. S. Wei, Diversity-multiplexing gain tradeoff achieving code for asynchronous MIMO, LEQSF(2005)-Pfund-10: 2/05-1/06, $12,000.
  17. H.-C. Wu and A. Srivastava, Novel wireless broad band communications and robust time synchronization devices, NSF, $300,000, 9/04-8/07.
  18. H.-C. Wu and A. Srivastava, Novel efficient OFDM systems for space communications, Louisiana Space Consortium (LaSpace), $42,500 6/05-5/06.