Past Grants


Australian Research Council (ARC) Grants

Term

Funding

Investigators

Project Title

2009-2011

ARC Discovery

A Prof VV Ejov; Prof S Friedland; Dr N Litvak; Mr P Zograf

Graph isomorphism and quantisation of longest cycles by means of determinants and spectra

2009-2011

ARC Discovery

A Prof JW Boland; Prof JA Filar

Strategic integration of renewable energy systems into the electricity grid

2009-2011

ARC Discovery

Prof V Gaitsgory

Duality, singular perturbations and numerical analysis in infinite dimensional linear programming problems related to problems of control of nonlinear dynamical systems

2009-2011

ARC Discovery

Prof RG Horn; Prof SJ Miklavcic

Anomalous interfacial air bubble dynamics: the importance of electrokinetic effects in thin film drainage

2008-2010

ARC Discovery

Dr Z Lu, Prof J Chen

 A new look at modelling population heterogeneity in econometric study

2008-2010

ARC Discovery

Prof. Phil HowlettDr. John Boland, Prof. Nigel Bean, Prof Charles Pearce, Prof Simon Beecham and Dr. Andrew Metcalfe

 WaterLog A mathematical model to implement recommendations of The Wentworth Group

2008-2010

ARC Linkage-International (France Germany India USA)

Prof V Gaitsgory; Dr VV Ejov; Prof JA Filar; Prof PG Howlett; Prof CE Pearce; J Aubin; Dr KE Avrachenkov; Prof VS Borkar; Prof F Colonius; Prof P Dupuis; Dr H Frankowska; Em/Prof  Dr HJ Kushner; Prof M Quincampoix

Linear programming approach to nonlinear deterministic and stochastic control problems: perturbations methods and numerical analysis

2007-2010

ARC Linkage

Horn, R., Miklavcic, S., Mr AB Ozerov

Evaluating modern printing inks: the behaviour of charged particles in concentrated non-aqueous colloidal suspensions

2006-2010

ARC Discovery

 Filar, J.A.

Doubly Stochastic Matrices and the Hamiltonian Cycle Problem 

2007-2009

ARC Discovery

Prof PG Howlett; Prof CE Pearce; Dr KE Avrachenkov

A new perturbation method for solving singular operator equations with applications to complex systems

2007-2009

ARC Discovery

A/Prof A Torokhti; Prof S Friedland; Prof GH Golub; A/Prof I Yamada

New perspectives on computing methods for mathematical signal processing

2007-2009

ARC Discovery

Prof AD Abell; Prof R Grubbs; Dr AT Neffe; A/Prof IL Hudson

Mimicking peptide structure - towards an aqueous environment

2006-2008

ARC Discovery

Gaitsgory, V.

Occupational Measures Approach to Long Run Average and Singularly Perturbed Optimal Control Problem

2006-2008

ARC Discovery

Zen Lu

The Effects of Child Disability on Carers Labour Market Outcomes in Australia 

ARC Discovery Grant (2005-2007) Boland, J.W., Howlett, P.G., Metcalfe, A.V., Adamson, P.T.  Mathematical models for water management systems.

ARC Linkage Grant (2005-2007)  Howlett, P.G., Piantadosi, J.  A graphical simulation package for optimal management and risk assessment in urban stormwater harvesting systems.

ARC Linkage-International Grant (2005-2007) Ejov, V., Filar, J.A., Gaitsgory, V., Howlett, P.G., Pearce, C.E., and collaborators outside Australia Singular and Analytic Pertubations, Slow and Fast time scales in Control Theory and Viability Theory and their Applications.

ARC Discovery Grant (2004-2006) Ejov, V., Schmalz, G., Spiro, A. Normal forms and Chern-Moser connection in the study of Cauchy-Riemann Manifolds

ARC Discovery Grant. Project titled: “Multiscale Singularly Perturbed Control Systems” (2003-2005). Chief Investigator: V Gaitsgory.

ARC Discovery Grant. Project titled: "New Analytical Perspectives on the Algorithmic Complexity of the Hamiltonian Cycle Problem" (2003-2005) Investigators: J Filar, J Godnzion, P Zograf.

ARC Discovery Grant. Project titled: "Multiscale Singularly Perturbed Control Systems" (2003-2005) Investigators: V Gaitsgory

ARC Discovery Grant. Project titled: “Hamiltonicity; Nonconvex Optimisation and Spectral Properties” (2003-2005). Chief Investigator: J Filar.

ARC IREX Grant. Project titled: “Singular Perturbation in Markov Decision Processes and Mathematical Programming Problems” (2001-2003). Chief Investigator: V Gaitsgory.

ARC Large Grant. Project titled: “Asymptotic Analysis of Singularly Perturbed Mathematical Programs” (2000-2002). Chief Investigators: J Filar, V Gaitsgory and P Howlett.

ARC Strategic Partnerships with Industry – Research and Training (SPIRT) Grant. Project titled: “A Water Cycle Management System for a Major Urban Development at Mawson Lakes” (2000-2002). Chief Investigators: J Boland, P Howlett, J MacKay and D Mulcahy.

ARC Large Grant. Project titled: "Singular Perturbations of Controlled Markov Chains and Hybrid Systems II" (1999-2001). Chief Investigators: J Filar and V Gaitsgory.


Rail CRC (Cooperative Research Centre)

Rail CRC funds Theme 3: Optimal Traffic Control and Scheduling and consequently the four associated projects.

  • Development of an In-Cab Advice System for Improving Timekeeping and Reducing Energy Consumption on Long-Haul Trains;
  • Dynamic Rescheduling on Long-Haul Rail Networks;
  • Development of an Integrated Train Scheduling System for Rail Networks; and
  • Development of Decision Support Tools for Assessing Network Performance and Reliability.

Chief Investigators: P Howlett, D Panton, K White and M Taylor.


State Energy Research Advisory Council (SENRAC) Grants

Project titled: “A program for evaluating, regulating and monitoring of energy consumption in a major suburban housing development” (2000). Chief Investigators: J Boland and W Saman.

Project titled: “Construction of House Thermal Nomogram Software” (2002). Chief Investigator: J Boland.

Project titled: “Estimation of the Thermal Sensitivity of a Small House to Variations in Building Architectural and Behavioural Parameters” (2002). Chief Investigator: J Boland.


Grants from the Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith Fund

Project titled: “Air Traffic Surveillance and Management” (1999-2002). Chief Investigators: J Filar and D McMichael.

Project titled: “Optimisation of Air Traffic Flows” (2002-2004). Chief Investigators: J Filar and D Panton.


Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) Research Agreements

To investigate the techniques of aggregation of measures of performance within the context of network centric warfare (2000-2001). Chief Investigator: J Filar.

To investigate applicable cost-benefit methods for military systems (2001-2002). Chief Investigator: J Filar.


Other Grants

Grant from the Drug and Alcohol Council of South Australia. Project titled: “Dynamic Modelling of Drug User Populations” (2000-2002). Chief Investigators: J Filar and Y Kaya.

UniSA ACG Scheme, Project titled: "Identification and analysis of nonlinear phenomena" (2005) Investigators: A Torokhti., J Filar and I Yamada.

UniSA ACG Scheme, Project titled: "Modelling the labour supply for the carer of a child with a disability in Australia" (2005) Investigators: Z Lu and J Trogdon.

UniSA ACG Scheme, Project titled: "Nonlinear Transforms and their Application to Modelling of Dynamical Systems" (2004) Investigators: A Torokhti

2004-2006 UniSA Research Development Grant Howlett, P.G., Pearce, C. Optimal nonlinear transforms with variable structures and their application to mathematical signal processing

  • A number of Division of ITEE Interdisciplinary Research Grants.
  • A number of Collaborative Grants from the University of South Australia.
  • A number of ATN Small Grants.

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