PI

  • Investigating Gap between Supply and Demand in Undergraduate Engineering Management and Systems Engineering Education, 2014

      Submitted to NSF, Total Amount Requested: $189, 945, Not funded.
  • Assessing Risk Management in Complex Projects, 2013

Submitted to Project Management Institute's Sponsored Research Program, Total Amount Requested: $50,000, Not funded.

Co-PI

  • Which Configural Paths Lead to Successful Projects? 2014

              Submitted to Project Management Institute's Sponsored Research program, Total Amount Requested: $50,000, Not funded
  • Collaboration of Graduate and High School Students for International Space Station Hardware Development Projects, 2012

Submitted to NASA for $86, 185, Accepted
  • Assessing the Value of Project Management Body of Knowledge, 2012

Submitted to Project Management Institute's Sponsored Research program, Total Amount Requested: $50,000, Not funded.
  • Gap Analysis between Academia and Industry in Project Management, 2011

Submitted to Project Management Institute's Sponsored Research program, Total Amount Requested: $50,000, Not funded.

Assistant Grant Writer

  • ODURF Project # 562381 Risk and Systems Analysis for a Sensor Technology Implementation in Biotechnology and Public Health, 2006-2007

• Funded by Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS)
• Provided assistance in development of a report consisting of systems analysis, time series analysis and risk factors
• Attended meetings with Eastern Virginia Medical School Ph.D.’s and M.D.’s to discuss and finalize requirements for proposal and technical reports

  • Transportation Vulnerability Assessment for a More Dependable Supply Chain in Hampton Roads, 2006-2007

Accepted for funding by National Science Foundation, if funding available, with a grant of $599,690
• Provided assistance in development of proposal for possible grant opportunities
• Conducted research on transportation system in Hampton Roads, risk assessment and vulnerability analysis

  • System of Systems Application for Effects of Flu-Type Pandemic on Critical Infrastructures, 2006-2007

Submitted to NSF, not funded
• Provided assistance in development of proposal for possible grant opportunities
• Responsibilities included integrating relevant research publications to prepare body of the proposal; attend meetings with NSF-contacts
• Conducted research on critical infrastructures, emergency preparedness and epidemics

  • The Effects of Shared Mental Models in Risk Management Process in Socio-Technical Groups, 2005

• Submitted to NSF, not funded
• Provided assistance in development of a grant proposal including Game Theory and Mental Models
• Conducted literature research and review on topics such as Mental Models, Game Theory, Risk Management and Socio-Technical Systems
• Duties included drafting preliminary grant proposal