PI, "Center for Computational Homeland Security," $2,200,000 Indiana
21st Century Research and Technology Fund (co-PIs: Coyle, Dark, Engi, and
PI, "Synthetic Environment for Continuous Experimentation," $1,178,000
ITR grant from National Science Foundation (co-PIs: R. Aliprantis, E. Houstis,
S. Mehta, J. Busemeyer, R. Bartlett, M. Ward, S. Mittal, and D. Dolk).
PI, "Synthetic Environment for Continuous Experimentation," $1,350,000
grant from Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical/Biological Defence
(co-PIs: R. Aliprantis, E. Houstis, S. Mehta, J. Busemeyer, R. Bartlett, M.
Ward, S. Mittal, and D. Dolk).
Co-PI, "Air Traffic Management Research for the 21st Century and
Beyond," $90,000 grant from e-enterprises Center (co-PIs: M. Rotea, D.
Andrisani, T. Carney, M. Nolan, and S. Mehta), 2003.
PI, "Scalable Enterprise Systems Phase II: Agent Based Scalable Enterprise
System for Enterprise Co-Design," $500,000 grant from National Science
PI, "ICER: Indiana Consortium for e-business Research," $1,000,000
grant from Indiana State 21st Century Research and Technology Fund, 2001
PI, "Neptune: NAVAIR Supply Chain Modeling and Simulation," $120,000
grand from Office of Naval Research, 2001.
Co-PI, "Behavior Based Artificial Agents for Information Security,"
$60,000 grant from the Center of Education and Research in Information
Assurance and Security (CERIAS), Purdue University, 2001 (co-PIs Mukul Gupta,
Shailendra Mehta, and Bharat Bhargava)
PI, "An Agent-based Modeling Framework for Scalable Interdependent Markets
and Organizations" $100,000 National Science Foundation, 2000.
PI, "DoD Acquisition Policy Live Cases", $131,000 grant from the US
Dr. Chaturvedi was awarded Sagamore of the Wabash by the Governor of Indiana for
his services in the homeland security. Sagamore of the Wabash is the highest
civilian award in the state of IndianaPI, "Information Security Policy for
e-Commerce in the Financial Sector," $50,000 grant from the Center for
Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS), Purdue
University, West Lafayette, IN 47907, 1999. (co-PIs S. Mehta and M. Gupta)
"Web-based 3D Modeling and Visualization for Supply-Chain
Forecasting," (co-PI Gordon Wright), funded $75,000 by SAP America,
"Database and User Interface Design for the Synthetic Environments for
National Security Estimates," funded $20,000 by Institute for Defense
"Economics of Software Renting and Superdistribution," funded over
$11,000 by Purdue Research Foundation, 1997-98.
"Synthetic Environments for Analysis and Simulation," (co-PI
Shailendra Mehta and Chandrajit Bajaj), funded $253,000 equipment grant from Intel.
"Center for Computational Image Analysis and Visualization," Charter
Member, funded $100,000 a year recurring through Purdue University’s Research
Reinvestment Program, 1996.
"3-D Fax," (with C.L. Bajaj) funded 23,000 by AT&T Foundation,
"Measuring the Effectiveness of Distance Learning," funded $36,000 by
"Real-Time and Multimedia Transaction Processing for Enterprise
Integration," funded $10,200 by Purdue Research Foundation, 1994.
"Computational Ecology and Organizational Design," funded $49,999 by
"Enhanced Teaching and Learning Effectiveness Using Technology Based
Delivery," Co-Principal Investigator, project, funded $1,200,000 for five
years by Ameritech, 1993.
"Virtual Collocation and Navigation through Virtual Environments,"
(with C.L. Bajaj), funded $25,000 by CMME, Krannert School of Management, Purdue
"Workgroup Computing," funded $4,500 by Microsoft.
"Key Information Systems Management Issues in Developing Countries:
Differences in the Indian and US Contexts." Research funded by the Center
for International Business and Economics Research (CIBER), Krannert
Graduate School of Management, Purdue University, funded by CIBER, 1993.
"Model Management Systems in Business: An Empirical Study," (with G.
Wright and Radha Mookerjee) a Research Grant of $10,000 from AT&T-GIS,
January 1992 - December 1992.
"An Architecture for Cooperative Control in Computer Integrated
Manufacturing," (with Rakesh Gulati). Research funded by the CMME,
Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University, 1992.
"An Architecture for Manufacturing Enterprise Integration," research
funded by a Grant from CMME, Krannert School of Management, Purdue University,
"Neural Nets for Scheduling Algorithm Selection" (with K. Altinkemer
& E. Tunc), Research funded by a Grant from the CMME, Krannert
Graduate School of Management, Purdue University, 1992.
"Expert System Problem Selection: An Innovation Management
Perspective," (with Carol Brown) a Research Grant of $2,000 from the CMME,
Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, 1990.
"A Hybrid Model for FMS Scheduling: Integrating Simulation and Machine
Learning," a Research Grant of $3,500 from the CMME, Krannert
School of Management, Purdue University, 1989.
"An Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing: The State-of-the-Art," a
Research Grant of $2,000 from the Digital Equipment Corporation, Boston