Grant Awards

I serve as the Principal Investigator (PI) on the grants listed below:

  • Research in High Energy Physics on the CMS experiment, 07/01/2019 – 06/30/2022       

     Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF): $525,783

  • Research in High Energy Physics on the CMS experiment, 05/15/2015 – 04/30/2020

     Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF): $407,745

  • US-CMS Operations at the LHC, 04/01/2020 – 09/30/2021

     Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF), via Cornell University: $2,722

  • US-CMS Operations at the LHC, 01/01/2017 – 12/31/2020

     Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF), via Cornell University: $15,044

  • QuarkNet Program at Purdue University Northwest, 06/01/2014 – 08/31/2020

    Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF), via University of Notre Dame: $69,180

  • US. CMS Phase-1 Upgrades, 06/15/2014 – 04/30/2019

    Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF, via Princeton University): $159,313

  • PNW High Energy Physics Group support, including Parashar’s sabbatical, 2005 – 2020

    Funded by Fermilab fund at CERN: $200,000

  • PRF International Travel Grant, 2017, 2019

   Funded by Purdue University Northwest: $2,000

  • Research in High Energy Physics on the CMS experiment, 06/01/2012 – 05/31/2017

   Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF): $300,000

  • US. CMS Phase-2 Upgrades R&D Subsystem, 03/24/2015 – 06/30/2017

   Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF): $9,421

  • QuarkNet Program at Purdue University Calumet, 06/01/2014 – 08/31/2017

   Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF): $44,740

  • Postdoctoral research on CMS, 11/01/2015 – 10/30/2016

    Funded by Department of Energy (DoE): $45,984

  • CMS Pixel Detector Upgrade at Fermilab’s Silicon Detector Facility, Summer 2016

   Funded by the College of Engineering and Science, Purdue University Calumet: $2,000

  • Postdoctoral research on CMS, 10/01/2014 – 09/30/2015

   Funded by Department of Energy (DoE): $42,097

  • Research in High Energy Physics on the CMS experiment, 09/15/2009 – 08/31/2014

   Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF): $341,000

  • A proposal to NSF for research in High Energy Physics at the CMS and D0 experiments, 04/1/2005-04/30/2010

  Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF): $230,000

  • MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) signed between Fermilab/Department of Energy (DoE) and Purdue University Calumet: 09/1/2007-08/30/2010

   Funded by Department of Energy (DoE): $14,000

  • MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) signed between Fermilab/Department of Energy (DoE) and Purdue University Calumet: 09/1/2007-08/30/2010

   Funded by Department of Energy (DoE): $69,241

  • MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) signed between Fermilab/Department of Energy (DoE) and Purdue University Calumet: 09/1/2007-08/30/2010

   Funded by Department of Energy (DoE): $9,749

  • MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) signed between Fermilab/Department of Energy (DoE) and Purdue University Calumet: 09/1/2007-08/30/2010

     Funded by Department of Energy (DoE): $8,000

  • Research in High Energy Physics at Fermilab, 2008, PUC Summer Faculty Grant, 2008

      Funded by Purdue Research Foundation: $3,000

  • Incentive Award for Principal Investigators for Professional Development, 2008-2009

      Funded by Purdue University Calumet: $2,000

  • MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) signed between Fermilab/Department of Energy (DoE) and Purdue University Calumet, 2005-2008

      Funded by Department of Energy (DoE): $14,778

  • To establish Purdue University Calumet as a Tier-3 Center for Computing at CMS, 2008

      Funded by Northwest Indiana Computational Grid Consortium: $10,000

  • Research in High Energy Physics at Fermilab, Summer Faculty Grant, 2007

      Funded by Purdue Research Foundation: $7,000

  • Incentive Award for Principal Investigators for Professional Development, 2006-2007

      Funded by Purdue University Calumet: $2,000

  • Faculty Research Abroad Program in Taiwan, 05/20/2007-05/28/2007

      Funded by Purdue University Calumet: $2,100

I serve as the co-PI on the grants listed below:

  • Using Machine Learning to Identify Particles at the Large Hadron Collider, 2020, PI: Dr. James Dolen, PNW

      Funded by Purdue University Northwest: $12,000

  • Testing and Simulation of Silicon Detector Components for Particle Physics Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, 2019, PI: Dr. James Dolen, PNW

      Funded by Purdue University Northwest: $20,000

  • MRI: Acquisition of a Supercomputing Cluster for Data-Intensive Computational Research using the Open Science Grid (OSG) Cyberinfrastructure, 2010-2011, PI: Dr. Akhtar Mahmood, Bellarmine University, Kentucky, USA

      Funded by National Science Foundation: $200,273

Funds supported and raised for Education and Outreach: $50,000