Funded Research Projects of Jun Zhang
Ongoing Research Projects
(PI: Jun Zhang, unless otherwise noted)
- National Science Foundation
Currently none, on sabbatival leave.
Previously Funded Research Projects
- National Science Foundation
A Unified Framework for Large Scale Scientific Computing.
CCF-0727600, amount: $190,000, duration: from 10/01/2007 to 09/30/2010.
MSPA-MCS: Mathematical and Computational Algorithms for Visualization
of Human Brain Neural Pathways,
CCF-0527967, amount: $193,615, duration: from 10/01/2005 to 09/30/2008.
Co-PI: Yunmei Liu, and Yijun Liu, University of Florida.
Undergraduate Research Experience in Computational Medical Imaging,
CCF-0527967 (supplement), amount: $6,000, duration: from 10/01/2007 to 09/30/2008.
A Supplemental Award to NSF CCR-0092532: Research Experience for
CCR-0092532, amount: $12,000, duration: from 08/15/2005 to 01/31/2007.
CAREER: Develop Robust Scalable Linear System Solvers with Scientific,
Engineering and Industrial Applications,
CCR-0092532, amount: $325,000, duration: from 02/15/2001 to 01/31/2007.
New Concepts and Parallel Algorithms for Robust
Preconditioning in Large Scale Parallel Matrix Computation,
ACR-0202934, amount: $172,361, duration: from 06/01/2002 to 05/31/2005.
A Supplemental Award to NSF CCR-9988165: Research Opportunity Award,
CCR-0117602, amount: $27,657, duration: from 04/09/2001 to 06/30/2004.
Nonstandard High Order Multigrid Techniques
with Applications to Laminar Diffusion Flame Simulations
CCR-9988165, amount: $253,970, duration: from 07/01/2000 to 06/30/2004.
A Software Environment for High Performance Scientific
ACR-0234270, amount: $62,027, duration:
from 03/15/2003 to 05/31/2004.
A Supplemental Award to NSF CCR-9902022: Computer Equipments for the
Laboratory for High Performance Scientific Computing and Computer Science,
CCR-0043861, amount: $10,700, duration: from 08/31/2000 to 07/31/2002.
A Fully Algebraic Multigrid Software Package for Automated
Solution of Unstructured Sparse Linear Systems on High Performance
CCR-9902022, amount: $188,313, duration: from 08/01/1999 to 07/31/2002.
- Parallel Iterative High Accuracy Solution of the Convection
Diffusion Equation with High Reynolds Number
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center: DMS-970001P, amount: 10 CPU hours on C90,
and 500 CPU hours on T3E, duration: from 05/28/97 to 06/15/98.
- U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science
- National Institutes of Health
- Computer Modeling of Perlecan as a Vascular Regulator.
PI: Michael Fannon, UK Medical School.
NIH: 1 R01 HL086644-01, amount: $1,318,500 (approximately, direct and
duration: from 01/01/2007 to 12/31/2010.
Amount to Jun Zhang: $286,280 (approximately, direct and indirect
- Alzheimer's Association
Diffusion Tensor MRI Analysis for Early Detection of AD,
NIGR-06-25460, amount: $100,000,
duration: from 07/01/2006 to 06/30/2008.
- Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation
Generalized Diffusion Simulation-Based Tractography for
Mapping Human Brain,
KSEF-148-502-06-186, amount: $88,468,
duration: from 01/01/2007 to 12/30/2008.
Co-PI: Brian T. Gold, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology,
UK Medical School.
Support Vector Machine Approach to Matrix Condition Number
KSEF-148-502-05-132, amount: $64,612,
duration: from 05/01/2005 to 04/30/2007.
Preliminary Study on Modeling and Simulation of Thermomechanical
Interaction of Biological Bodies at High Temperature,
amount: $14,705, duration: from 01/01/2003 to 12/30/2003.
- Kentucky New Economy Safety and Security Initiative (NESSI)
- Research Organization for Information Science & Technology,
- Scalable Parallel Iterative Solvers for Realistic
amount: $56,394, duration: from 10/01/2001 to 03/31/2003.
- University of Kentucky Research Committee
- University of Kentucky Center for Computational Sciences
High Performance and High Accuracy Computation of Navier-Stokes Equations
UK-CCS:, amount: $15,000, duration: from 07/01/2000 to 12/31/2000.
High Order Compact Scheme and Multigrid Method for Convection
Diffusion Equation with Boundary Layers
UK-CCS:, amount: $40,000, duration: from 03/01/99 to 06/30/00.
- University of Kentucky College of Engineering (Start-UP Funding)
Parallel Block Predictor-Corrector Methods for Solving Ordinary
UK-CE:, amount: $30,000, duration: from 11/01/99 to 10/31/00.
Robust Incomplete LU Factorization Preconditioning Techniques
for General Sparse Matrices
UK-CE:, amount: $18,000, duration: from 01/01/99 to 12/31/99.
- American Mathematical Society (AMS)
- Travel Grant to Attend the 2002 International Congress of
Mathematicians in Beijing, August, 2002,
amount: $2,250, duration: from 08/01/2002 to 08/30/2002.
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
- Travel Grant to Attend the 2003 International Congress of
Industrial Applied Mathematics in Sydney, July, 2003,
amount: $1,500, duration: from 07/01/2003 to 07/30/2003
- University of Kentucky Computer Science Department
- There is one research assistantship from the Department of
Computer Science for two years, as a matching funding to the
NSF Career award.
amount: standard RA rate (not included in total),
duration: from 02/15/2001 to 02/14/2006.
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Last modified on Friday, April 16, 2010.