Projects supported with funding:


2011

  1. Spatial Web Portal - GMU site

  2. Earth Information Exchange

  3. SilvaCarbon

  4. MEaSUREs - DODS server, Portal

  5. GEOSS Clearing House

  6. BingMap Project

  7. GeoPlatform – Amazon Cloud, Azure Cloud

  8. Climate @ Home

  9. Semantic Testbed


2010

  1. 09/30/2010-12/30/2010:Spatial Cloud Geoprocessing. ESIP

  2. 4/2010. Microsoft Inc.

  3. 4/2010-9/2010: NASA Nebular Cloud Computing, NASA, GSFC & GMU

  4. Virtual Arctic SDI


2009

  1. 9/1/2009-3/31/2011: Dust Storm Simulation, NASA Applied Science Program, with Univ. of New Mexico

  2. 8/2009-2/2011: Utitlize Model Interoperability to advance dust storm forecasting, NASA Applied Science Program, (GMU portion). (PI Dr. Karl Benedict, UNM)

  3. 8/2009-10/2010: GeoNetwork Research and Development, FGDC.

  4. 8/2009-10/2010: GeoCloud Initiative, FGDC.

  5. 8/1/2009-12/31/2010: Cloud Computing Initiative: Applications in Visualization , NASA 

  6. 7/2009-9/2009: Testbeds for Semantic Web, Air Quality, and Portals, Earth Science Information Partnership.

  7. 6/2009-6/2010: Utilizing GOS Map and Data Services for Geospatial Cyberinfrastructure and Earth Science Communities, FGDC.

  8. 6/1/2009-5/31/2010: ESIP testbed for Semantic Search, ESIP

  9. 6/1/2009-5/31/2010: Utilize GOS Map and Data Services for Cross-Agency Earth Science and Geospatial Cyberinfrastructure Communities, FGDC 2009 CAP program

  10. 6/1/2009-5/31/2010: Water Cluster Portal, ESIP

  11. 5/2009. Earth Water Global Inc.,


2008

  1. Sept. 2008-Aug. 2009, Metadata Training for Cyberinfrastructure and Earth Science Communities, FGDC.

  2. July. 14-Aug. 18, 2008, Advanced Certificate of GeoInformation Sciences Education Program, HLJBSM


2007

  1. 7/2007 – 6/2008: Grid enabling Chesapeake Bay Model, EPA & NASA. PI: C. Yang, with collaborative sharing of research resources.

  2. July 2007 - December 2007, Utilizing Model Interoperability and Cyberinfrastructure to improve National Application, NASA (with UNM & UofA).

  3. July 2007 - December 2007, ESG Evaluate, Validation, Verification, and Benchmarking, NASA & EPA.

  4. Jun. 9-Aug. 6, 2007, Advanced Certificate of GeoInformation Sciences Education Program, HLJBSM.

  5. Jan. 18, 2007-Jan.17, 2010, Joint Laboratory for Geosciences Interoperability Partnership, NASA.

  6. 1/2007 – 1/2010: Joint Laboratory for Geosciences Interoperability Partnership, NASA,

  7. A) 9/2006 – present, Earth Science Gateway (ESG) Host and Maintenance, NASA.

    B) 3/2007 – 2/2010: ESG-Earth Information Exchange, NASA, with the Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP).

    C) 7/2007 – 12/2007: ESG Evaluation, Validation, Verification, and Benchmarking, NASA & EPA.Co-I: Dr. Wong.

    D) 2007 – 4/2008: Utilizing Model Interoperability and Cyberinfrastructure to improve National Application, NASA. Co-Is: Drs. Benedict & Spriggs.

    E) 8/2009-4/2010: Earth Science Cloud Computing Prototype, NASA.

    F) 4/2010-4/2011: Cloud and Spatial Computing, NASA CIO Innovation Program.


2006

  1. 10/2006 – 9/2008: Global and Environmental Change: Hazards and Regional Impacts, NASA, PI: Kafatos,

  2. Sept. 2006 - Aug. 2007, Scientific and Technical issues of GeoScience Interoperable, NASA (Phase II).

  3. 9/2006 – 6/2007: Geoscience Interoperability, NASA, (Phase II).

  4. Sept. 2006 - continual, Earth Science Gateway (ESG) Host and Maintenance, NASA.

  5. Jul.2, 2006-Aug.24, 2006, Advanced Certificate of GeoInformation Sciences Education Program, HLJBSM.

  6. 1/18/2006-1/17/2009: ESG-EIE Partnership, NASA, with ESIP, UAH etc 


2005

  1. Sept. 2005-Aug. 2006, Scientific and Technical issues of GeoScience Interoperable, NASA (phase I).

  2. Oct. 2005-Sept. 2010, Earth Observing data, geospatial information, and knowledge transform mechanism, National 973 project, Ministry of Science and Technology, China, PI: Jiangya Gong (Wuhan University).

  3. Sept. 2005-Jan. 2007, Building transportation framework services using OGC Web Feature Services, FGDC.

  4. 9/2005 – 8/2006, Geoscience Interoperability, NASA, (Phase I).

  5. Jun. 2005-Sept. 2006, SURA Grid Web System, SURA.



Projects with no funding support:

  1. 2004-present, SURAgrid, SURA and about 20 other Southeastern Universities.

  2. June 2003-present, Higher Education Grant, Research, development and education on GIS algorithms, Land Cover/Land Use, Data Systems, Virtual Learning Systems Inc., with software and technical support

  3. Dec. 2002- present, then annually renewable: Team Geomedia Registered Research Laboratory, Intergraph, with software and technical support

  4. July 2007 - December 2008, Grid Enabling the Chesapeake Bay Models, EPA HPC & EPA CPB.

  5. Oct. 2006 - Jan. 2007, Grid Computing Facility, Sun, with 5000 CPU hours

  6. Nov. 2002-Oct. 2005, annually renewable: GeoMedia Education Grant, Intergraph, with software and technical support

  7. Sept. 2004, Prototype of a Grid for supporting scientific computing, GMU/ITU & Sun, with equipment  

  8. Jan. 2003-Dec. 2003, GeoMedia Research Grant for Interoperability, Intergraph, This Grant also puts George Mason on the short list of "Centre of Excellence for Interoperability", with software and technical support

 
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