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GRANTS

  1. "US-Egypt Workshop ion Cyber Security," National Science Foundation (NSF), September -2012 to August 2013, $53,000
  2. "Academic Exchanges and Colloquium Support," US Army War College, June 2012 – May 2013, $39,478.00
  3. "Academic Exchanges and Colloquium Support," US Army War College, Sep 2010 – August 2011, $37,000
  4. "Academic Exchanges and Colloquium Support," US Army War College, Sep 2008-August 2009, $66,403.
  5. Air Force Research Lab (AFRL);" Delay Tolerant Networking Architecture for Airborne Networking," March 2009 – Dec 2009, $75,000
  6. Air Force Research Lab (AFRL); "Optimizing Airborne Networking Performance with Cross-Layer Design Approach ", $60,000, period 3725/08-12/24/08.
  7. Army Research Lab (ARL) Consortium on Telecommunications (Collaborative Technology Alliances; Communications and Networking [CTA C&N, 2001 – 2011.Representing CCNY in the Consortium Management Committee. ], $2.5 million
  8. Army Research Lab (ARL) Consortium on Telecommunications and Information Distribution, $2.3 million, 1995- 2000.Representing CCNY in ARL Consortium Management Committee.
  9. NSF Grant (jointly with Alexandria University, Egypt), "Multicasting analysis for mobile networks,'" July,2000 till June 2002, $50,000
  10. DOD/Army Communications and Electronic Command (CECOM) "IP QoS for Video telecomferecing," DOD CECOM/Telcordia, September 1999 till March, 2001, $45,000.
  11. PANASONIC; "Reference Implementation for Digital TV with MPEG2," April 1999-April 2000, $50,000.
  12. BELLCORE, "Multimedia Interoperability Testbed," $100,000, 1995-1996.
  13. National Science Foundation (NSF), "Multimedia Laboratory Development," 1993-1999, for $78,000.
  14. DOD Fort Belvoir, "Infrared Mine Detection," November 1, 1992-September 30, 1993, for $105,000.
  15. US Army Research Office; Development and Analysis of a Multi-media FDDI Network and its Management Based on OSI/NM", Sept. 91- August 93 for $250,000.
  16. DOD, Fort Belvoir, "Study of US Dependency on Foreign Products" for $190,000, Sept. 90-August 91
  17. DOT, New York State, ERDA "Infrared Vehicle Detection System," $240,000 grant; March 89- February 1994.
  18. AT&T "Broadband Networks and Flow C control," $90,000 grant with NTT America March 89-Feb 90.Curriculum Development for "Telecommunication Laboratory for Undergraduates," $65,000, 1992-1993 for $50,000 (jointly with Computer Science Dept.), 1989
  19. Associate Investigator for the following three grants: A.AFSOR RF #447104, March '83 - Feb. '85, $ 30,000.B.AFSOR RF #447105, March '83 - Feb.'85, $30,000.C.AFSOR RF #05444, March '82-Feb.'83 $30,000.The granting agent has allocated total of $90,000 for my contribution.
  20. A Philips Laboratory Fellowship for a graduate student for research in "Queueing Theory and Packet Video Switching," Feb. '84-Jan. '86, $24,000.
    PSC-CUNY Fellowship to support graduate students for research in computer networks; April '82-Dec. '85, $16,000.