Grants

  • C2S2: Addressing the Challenges of Future Circuits and Modules in a Collaborative Multi-University Focus Center for Circuit and Systerm Solutions., Carnegie Mellon University, $140,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman, with co-PI P. Kogge) 06/1012/10
  • Blending Processing into Advanced Memory Technologies to Enhance Massive, Memory-critical Applications., Department of Defense, $980,153, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman, M. Niemier, et al.) 03/0803/10
  • Ultra-Wide-Bandwidth, Contiguous Superconnects for Advanced Computing Systems, Department of Defense, $1,000,826, (Lead PI G. Bernstein, with co-PI J. Brockman, P. Kogge, et al.) 09/0709/08
  • Collaborative Research:  CRI:IAD: Development of a Research Infrastructure for the Multithreaded Computing Community Using the Cray Eldorado Platform, National Science Foundation, $200,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman, with co-PI Notre Dame, UC Berkeley, Caltech, U. Delaware, UC Santa Barbara, GaTech) 08/0707/08
  • Structured ASICs, Air Force Research Lab/ARPA, $234,640, (Lead PI J. Brockman, with co-PI P. Kogge) 07/0709/08
  • Evaluation of ZChaff Algorithm on the Cray MTA-2, Cray, Inc., $29,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman) 08/0604/07
  • ABL (Airborne Laser) Detection Sensor Improvements, Aerodyne Research, Inc., $45,000, (Lead PI W. Porod, with co-PI J. Brockman) 08/0609/07
  • Design and Simulation of a Programmable Memory/Multiplier Array Using G4-FET Technology, Department of the Air Force, $290,021, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman, NASA JPL) 07/0606/08
  • LWP Studies in Support of the Cascade Project, DARPA, $3,129,531, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman) 07/0307/06
  • NUE: A Freshman-Level Introduction to Nanotechnology Based on Scanning-Probe Instruments, National Science Foundation, $112,000, (Lead PI W. Porod, with co-PI J. Brockman, G. Bernstein, et al.) 07/0306/05
  • Towards a New Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Curriculum, National Science Foundation, $430,000, (Lead PI A. Ostafin, with co-PI J. Brockman, M. McCready, et al.) 09/0208/04
  • High Productivity PIM Computing System, Cray, Inc., $417,912, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman) 06/0206/03
  • Feedback Control of an Acid Neutralization Reactor: An Integrated Learning and Student Assessment Module, National Science Foundation, $74,989, (Lead PI J. Brockman, with co-PI J. Kantor, M. McCready) 06/0205/04
  • A Multidisciplinary Learning Module on Remote Sensing and Data Acquisition Using a Microprocessor-Based System, General Electric Fund, College of Engineering, University of Notre Dame, $50,000, (Lead PI P. Dunn, with co-PI J. Brockman, G. Snider) 01/0201/04
  • Memory Architectures in QCA, Semiconductor Research Corporation, $180,000, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman, W. Porod, et al.) 09/0008/01
  • Development of a Microfluidics-Based Blood Monitoring System, State of Indiana 21st Century Research and Technology Fund, $1,670,536, (Lead PI G. Bernstein, with co-PI J. Brockman, A. Seabaugh, et al.) 08/0008/02
  • Morphable Computer Architecture for Highly Energy-Aware Systems, DARPA, $1,125,180, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman, V. Freeh, et al.) 05/0005/02
  • Phase III HTMT PIM Memory System Design, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, $128,000, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman, V. Freeh) 01/0005/01
  • PIM Designs for DIVA Architecture, DARPA, $639,148, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman, V. Freeh, et al.) 04/9806/01
  • From Bits to Chips: A Multidisciplinary Curriculum in Microelectronic Circuit Design, National Science Foundation, $350,000, (Lead PI G. Bernstein, with co-PI J. Brockman, G. Snider, et al.) 08/9707/00
  • Design Process Refinement Using WorkXpert, Mentor Graphics Corporation, $10,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman) 06/9705/98
  • Hybrid Technology Multi-Threaded Architecture, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, $501,152, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman, V. Freeh, et al.) 05/9709/98
  • Scalable Spaceborne Computing Using PIM Technology, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, $150,000, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman, Lockheed-Martin, et al.) 11/9606/98
  • NSF Career: Concurrent Optimization, National Science Foundation, $200,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman) 09/9608/00
  • Point Design for 100 TF PIM-Based Computers, National Science Foundation, $100,000, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman, S. Bass, et al.) 09/9608/97
  • PIM-Based Accelerator Technology Infrastructure, MAYO Foundation/ARPA, $61,475, (Lead PI P. Kogge, with co-PI J. Brockman) 05/9605/97
  • Software for Statistical Simulation of IC Fabrication Processes, PDF Solutions, Inc., $100,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman) 09/9508/97
  • Efficient StatisticalWorst-Case Analysis of Integrated Circuits, Motorola, Inc., $40,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman) 09/9508/97
  • Multidisciplinary Design Optimization of Integrated Circuits, Design Automation Conference, $12,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman, with co-PI J. Renaud) 06/9508/97
  • Multidisciplinary Engineering Design, Andersen Consulting, $4,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman, with co-PI J. Renaud) 05/9508/96
  • Design Methodology Management in CAD Systems, Mentor Graphics Corporation, $21,500, (Lead PI J. Brockman) 05/9405/95
  • Multidisciplinary Design Technology Development, NASA Langley Research Center, $664,411, (Lead PI J. Renaud, with co-PI J. Brockman, S. Batill) 01/9409/98
  • Integrating Manufacturing Data into CAD Framework, Delco Electric Corporation, $4,200, (Lead PI J. Brockman) 06/9308/93
  • Equipment Grant: University Demonstration, IEEE, $15,000, (Lead PI J. Brockman) 04/9304/95
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