• Research Fundings
    1. PI of the NSF Grant DMS-0612908, Superconvergence of p-version/spectral collocation, discontinuous Galerkin methods and eigenvalue approximation $200,000 Inst: Wayne State University, Jul 01, 2006 -- June 30, 2009.
    2. PI of the NSF Grant DMS-0311807, Recovery Type A Posteriori Error Estimates. $172,500 Inst: Wayne State University, Jul 01, 2003 -- June 30, 2006.
    3. PI of the NSF Grant DMS-0074301, Mathematical Sciences: Finite Element Superconvergence in Computational Mechanics. $100,000 Inst: Wayne State University, Jul 15, 2000 -- Jun 30, 2003.
    4. PI of the NSF Grant INT-0196139 U.S.-China Cooperative Science Program: Finite Element Superconvergence in Computational Mechanics. $10,139 Inst: Wayne State University, February 1, 2000 -- Mar 31, 2002.
    5. PI of the NSF Grant DMS-0079743 Scientific Computing Research Environments for the Mathematical Sciences (SCREMS). $32,000 Inst: Wayne State University, Sep 1, 2000 -- Aug 31, 2003.
    6. PI of the NSF Grant DMS-9979214 NSF/CBMS Regional Conference in the Mathematical Sciences entitled Superconvergence in Finite Element Methods to be held May 22-26, 2000, in Lubbock, Texas. $27,000 Inst: Texas Tech University, Jan 01, 2000 -- Dec 31, 2000.
    7. Co-PI of the NSF Grant DMS-9977197 Scientific Computing Research Environments for the Mathematical Sciences (SCREMS). $49,002 (PI: R. Anderson) Inst: Texas Tech University, Aug 15, 1999 -- Jul 31, 2002.
    8. PI of the NSF Grant INT-9605050 U.S.-China Cooperative Research: Finite Element Superconvergence in Computational Mechanics. $35,989 Inst: Texas Tech University, Apr 15, 1997 -- Mar 31, 2000.
    9. Co-PI of the NSF Grant DMS-9622690 Mathematical Sciences: The Numerical Analysis of Nonlinear Vlasov Kinetic Equations. $107,300 (PI: H.D. Victory, Jr.) Inst: Texas Tech University, Aug 01, 1996 -- Jul 31, 1999
    10. PI of the NSF Grant DMS-9626193, Mathematical Sciences: Finite Element Superconvergence in Computational Mechanics. $34,000 Inst: Texas Tech University, Jul 15, 1996 -- Jun 30, 1999.
    11. Co-Investigator of the NSF Grant DMS-9628558 Mathematical Sciences Computing Research Environments. $38,672 (PI: C.F. Martin) Inst: Texas Tech University, Aug 01, 1996 -- Jul 31, 1998.