Accomplishments

  • Patents
    • Kartick Gopalan, US Patent 11016798: “Multi-hypervisor virtual machines that run on multiple co-located hypervisors”, Granted on May 25, 2021.

    • Kartick Gopalan, US Patent11003485: “Multi-hypervisor virtual machines”, Granted on May 11, 2021.

    • Kartik Gopalan, US Patent 10437627: “Multi-hypervisor virtual machines”, Granted on October 8, 2019.

    • Ping Yang and Kartik Gopalan, US Patent 10324795, "System and Method for Security and Privacy Aware Virtual Machine Checkpointing", Granted June 18 2019.
    • Lijun Yin. US patent (US 2017-0367590 A1) 15/631,346 (2019) “Self-Adaptive Matrix Completion for Heart Rate Estimation from Face Videos under Realistic Conditions”
    • Kartik Gopalan, US Patent 9798567: "Multi-hypervisor Virtual Machines", Granted Oct 24 2017.
    • Kartik Gopalan, US Patent 9823842, "Gang migration of virtual machines using cluster-wide deduplication", Granted: Nov 21 2017.
    • Lijun Yin, US 9,953,214 B2, "Real time eye tracking for human computer interaction", Granted April 24, 2018
    • Zhongfei Zhang, US Patent 9984147, "System and Method for Probabilistic Relational Clustering", Granted May 29th, 2018
    • Yin, Lijun (9,311,527): Real Time Eye Tracking for Human Computer Interaction, 4/12/16
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (9,280,562): System and Method for Multimedia Ranking and Multi-modal Image Retrieval Using Probabilistic Semantic Models and Expectation-maximization (Em) Learning, 3/8/16
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (9,269,051): Knowledge Discovery from Citation Networks, 2/23/16
    • Ghose, Kanad (9,230,122): System and Method for Validating Program Execution at Run-time Using Control Flow Signatures, 1/5/16
    • Ghose, Kanad (9,223,967): System and Method for Validating Program Execution at Run-time, 12/29/15
    • Ghose, Kanad (9,164,566): Smart Cooling and Load Direction System for Server Installations, 10/20/15
    • Ghose, Kanad (9,135,063): Apparatus and Method for Efficient Estimation of the Energy Dissipation of Processor Based Systems, 9/15/15
    • Yin, Lijun (9,128,530): Real Time Hand Tracking and Pointing for Human Interaction, 10/8/15
    • Ghose, Kanad (9,122,873): Continuous Run-time Validation of Program Execution: A Practical Approach, 9/1/15
    • Gopalan, Kartik (9,069,782): System and Method for Security and Privacy Aware Virtual Machine Checkpointing, 6/30/15
    • Ghose, Kanad (9,063,721): Continuous Run-time Validation of Program Execution: A Practical Approach, 6/23/15
      Yin, Lijun (8,971,572): Hand Pointing Estimation for Human Computer Interaction, 3/3/15
    • Gopalan, Kartik (8,935,506): MEMX: Virtualization of Cluster-wide Memory, 1/13/15
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,923,630): Enhanced Max Margin Learning on Multi-modal Data Mining in a Multimedia Database, 12/30/14
    • Ghose, Kanad (8,904,189): System and Method for Validating Program Execution at Run-time Using Control Flow Signatures, 12/2/14
    • Chiu, Kenneth (8,782,514): Parallel XML Parsing Using Meta-DFAs, 7/15/14
    • Ghose, Kanad (8,782,434): System and Method for Validating Program Execution at Run-time, 7/15/14
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,773,536): Linear System Based, Qualitative Independent Motion Detection from Compressed MPEG Surveillance Video, 7/8/14
    • Chiu, Kenneth (8,739,022): Parallel Approach to XML Parsing, 5/27/14
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,700,547): Spectral Clustering For Multi-type Relational Data, 4/15/14
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,676,805): System and Method for Probabilistic Relational Clustering, 3/18/14
    • Ghose, Kanad (8,631,411): Energy Aware Processing Load Distribution System and Method, 1/14/14
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,527,432): Semi-supervised Learning Based On Semiparametric Regularization, 9/3/13
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,499,022): Combining Multiple Clusterings by Soft Correspondence, 7/30/13
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,463,053): Enhanced Max Margin Learning On Multi-modal Data Mining in a Multimedia Database, 6/11/13
      Gopalan, Kartik (8,417,789): Distributed Adaptive Network Memory Engine, 4/9/13
    • Ghose, Kanad (8,397,088): Apparatus and Method for Efficient Estimation of the Energy Dissipation of Processor Based Systems, 3/12/13Gopalan, Kartik (8,291,034): Centralized Adaptive Network Memory Engine, 10/16/12
    • Ghose, Kanad (8,285,999): Authentication of Remotely Executed Program, 10/9/12
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,285,719): System and Method for Probabilistic Relational Clustering, 10/9/12
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,204,842): System and Method for Image Annotation and Multi-modal Image Retrieval Using Probabilistic Semantic Models Comprising at Least One Joint Probability Distribution, 6/19/12
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,195,734): Combining Multiple Clusterings by Soft Correspondence, 6/5/12
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,185,481): Spectral Clustering for Multi-type Relational Data, 5/22/12
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (8,164,629): Linear System Based, Qualitative Independent Motion Detection From Compressed Mpeg Surveillance Video, 4/24/12
    • Ghose, Kanad (8,046,558): Real Time File System with Guaranteed Performance Bounds and Predictability, 10/25/11
    • Gopalan, Kartik (8,046,425): Distributed Adaptive Network Memory Engine, 10/25/11
    • Abu-Ghazaleh, Nael (8,041,773): Automatic Clustering for Self-Organizing Grids, 10/18/11
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (7,970,168): Hierarchical Static Shadow Detection Method, 6/8/11
    • Gopalan, Kartik (7,925,711): Distributed Anemone: Transparent Low-latency Access to Remote Memory on Commodity Clusters, 4/12/11
    • Gopalan, Kartik (7,917,599): Distributed Anemone: Transparent Low-latency Access to Remote Memory on Commodity Clusters, 3/29/11
    • Ghose, Kanad (7,899,925): System and Method for Fast, Reliable Byte Stream Transport, 3/1/11
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (7,826,640): Hierarchical Static Shadow Detection Colo Aerial Images, 11/2/10
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (7,814,040): Method and Apparatus for Image Annotation and Multi-modal Image Retrieval, 10/12/10
    • Madden, Patrick (7,685,540): Standard Block Design: An Effective Approach for Large Scale Floorplanning, 3/23/10
    • Zhang, Zhongfei (7,595,817): Linear System Based, Qualitative Independent Motion Detection from Compressed Mpeg Surveillance Video, 9/29/09
    • Ghose, Kanad (7,562,243): System and Method for Reducing Power and Energy Requirements for Microprocessors Through Dynamic Allocation of Datapath Resources, 7/14/09
    • Ponomarev, Dmitry (7,219,249): System and Method for Reducing Power Requirements of Microprocessors Through Dynamic Allocation of Datapath Resources, 5/15/07
  • Research Grants

    2021-22 (as of January 2022)

    • PI: Hoda Naghibijouybari. “SaTC: CORE: Small: Microarchitectural side channel attacks and defenses in integrated CPU-GPU systems.” NSF, $534,595, 10/1/2021-9/30/2024.

    • PI: Seunghee Shin. “CAREER: Hardware/Software Co-design for Serverless Computing.” NSF, $500,000, 1/15/2022-12/31/2026.

    • PI: Ping Yang; Co-PI: Kartik Gopalan, Dmitry Ponomarev, Aravind Prakash, Yu Chen. “Binghamton University Scholarship for Service: Expanding and Strengthening the National Cybersecurity Workforce.”  NSF CyberCorps Scholarship for Service, $3,520,400 (CS share: $2,816,300), 2/1/2022-1/31/2027.

    • PI: Jeremy Blackburn. “A Data-driven Measurement Study of the Use of Preprints in the Realm of Health-related Mis- and Dis-information”, Media Ecosystems Analysis Group/Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, $35,712, 2021, 7/1/2021-1/31/2022.
    • Co-PI: Weiying Dai. (PI: Mir J Razavi). “Mechanics of the Formation of Cortical Folding Patterns in the Developing Human Brain.” NSF, $587,853 (Dai’s share: $293,926), 7/1/2021-6/30/2024.
    • PI: Dmitry Ponomarev; Co-PI: Yu David Liu. “Collaborative Research: SaTC: CORE: Medium: Leakage-free Isolated Execution: Architectures and Security Models”, NSF, $694,000, 7/1/2021-6/30/2025.
    • PI: Aravind Prakash. “CAREER: Binary-Level Security via ABI-Centric Semantic Inference.” NSF, $499,893, 10/1/2021-9/30/2026. 

    2020-21

    • PI: Jeremy Blackburn. “CAREER: Towards a Data-Driven Understanding of Online Sentiment.” NSF, $517,484, 5/1/2021-4/30/2026.
    • PI: Jeremy Blackburn. “Collaborative Research: SaTC: CORE: Small: Detecting Accounts Involved in Influence Campaigns on Social Media,” NSF, $220,000, 5/1/2021-4/30/2023.
    • PI: Kenneth Chiu. “SRA - Performance Measurement, Analysis, and Tuning of Seismic and Machine Learning Workloads”, TOTAL E&P Research & Technology USA, LLC, $94,408, 12/1/2020-11/30/2021.
    • Co-PIs: Kanad Ghose and Bahgat Sammakia. “Center of Energy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2) Industrial Memberships”, BAE, Bloomberg, Future Facilities, NVidia, Vertiv, Xilinx, $243,000, 8/1/2020-7/31/2021.
    • PI: Kartik Gopalan. “Improving Performance and Functionality of Virtual Machine Templating”, ITRI International Incorporated, $50,000, 4/1/2021-12/30/2021.
    • PI: Kyoung-Don Kang. “CNS Core: Small: Toward Real-Time Stream Processing in Edge Devices”, NSF, $500,000, 10/1/2020-9/30/2023.
    • PI: Yao Liu. “Collaborative Research: CNS Core: Small: From Capture to Consumption: System Challenges in Pervasive 360-Degree Video Sharing,” NSF, $249,999, 10/1/2020-9/30/2023.
    • Co-PI: Aravind Prakash. (PI: Stuart Card). “Self-Healing Ship/Software Systems STTR”, US Navy, $139,998 (Prakash’s share: $50,000), 6/7/2021-12/6/2021.
    • PI: Mo Sha. “CAREER: Advancing Network Configuration and Runtime Adaptation Methods for Industrial Wireless Sensor-Actuator Networks.” NSF, $500,000, 3/15/2021-2/28/2026.
    • PI: Guanhua Yan. “CAREER: Proactive Techniques for Enhancing Security and Resilience of Mobile Communication Infrastructure”, NSF, $498,879, 7/1/2020-6/30/2025.
    • PI: Guanhua Yan; Co-PI: Ping Yang. “Real-Time Detection of Advanced Malware Attacks with Ensembles of Graph Neural Networks,” SUNY-IBM AI Research Alliance, $100,000, 2021-2022.
    • Co-PI: Lei Yu. (PI: Ziang Zhang). “Asynchronous Distributed and Adaptive Parameter Tuning (ADAPT) for Hybrid PV Plants,” Department of Energy, $2,579,801 (Yu’s share: $644,950), 5/1/2021-4/30/2024.
    • Co-PI: Lei Yu. (PI: Ziang Zhang). “Stability Impact Analysis of the New York Power Grid with High Penetration of Inverter Based Distributed Energy Resources,” New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), $400,000 (Yu’s share: $200,000). 1/1/2021-12/31/2022.
    • PI: Shiqi Zhang. “Human-AI Interaction for Riders of Autonomous Vehicles”, Ford Motor Company, $100,000, April 2021. 
    • PI: Shiqi Zhang. NSF REU, $16,000, 9/1/2020-8/31/2022
    • PI: Yifan Zhang. “CAREER: Enabling Edge-hosted Private Services via Unikernel-based Lightweight Virtualization”, NSF, $485,244, 9/1/2020-8/31/2025. 

    2019-20

    • PI: Jeremy Blackburn. “Monitoring Cross-Platform Trends in Hate Speech”, Facebook, $50,000, 2019.
    • PI: Weiying Dai. “Basal Forebrain connections to the heart and mind in healthy aging”, National Institute on Aging (subcontract from Cornell University), $125,982, 10/1/2019-9/30/2024.
    • PI: Kartik Gopalan. "Lightweight Hypervisor-Level Mechanisms for Guest Security and Reliability", $100,000, Industrial Technologies Research Institute International Inc., Taiwan, 9/1/19-8/31/20.
    • PI: David Liu. “CNS Core: Small: Language Runtime Support for Energy-Aware Applications'' NSF, $478,592, 10/2019-09/2022
    • PI: David Liu. “CRI: CI-New: Collaborative Research: Extensible, Software Enabled Unmanned Aerial Vehicles,'' Supplement for Post Doc, NSF, $61,575, 9/2019-09/2021.
    • PI: Yao Liu. “CAREER: System Research to Enable Practical Immersive Streaming: From 360-Degree Towards Volumetric Video Delivery”, NSF, $486,169, 4/1/2020-3/31/2025.
    • PI: Hui Lu. "CNS Core: Small: Collaborative: Salvaging Commodity Operating Systems to Support Emerging Networking Technologies", NSF, $250,000, 10/1/2019-9/30/2022.
    • PI: Hui Lu. "Enabling a Secure Embedded Cloud Infrastructure via seL4", Air Force Research Lab, $10,000, 2019.
    • PI: Seunghee Shih. “Research on CPU vulnerability detection and validation”, Research and Business Foundation of Korea University, $82,833, 4/1/2019-12/31/2019.
    • PI: Seunghee Shih. “Research on CPU vulnerability detection and validation”, Research and Business Foundation of Korea University, $83,362, 1/1/2020-12/31/2020.
    • PI: Lei Yu. “Learning Robust and Accurate Multiphysics/Multi-scale Simulators Using Deep Reinforcement Learning”, GE Global Research (DARPA project), $210,951, 6/15/2020-9/30/2021
    • PI: Shiqi Zhang. “NRI: FND: Knowledge-based Robot Sequential Decision Making under Uncertainty”, NSF, $351,374, 9/1/2019-8/31/2022.
    • PI: Shiqi Zhang. “AI for autonomous vehicle rider service”, Ford University Research Program (URP) award, $50,000, 2019.
    • PI: Shiqi Zhang. “AI for autonomous vehicle rider service”, Ford University Research Program (URP) award, $100,000, April 2020.
    • PI: Shiqi Zhang. “Augmented reality in human-robot interaction”, OPPO Faculty Research Award, $50,000, May 2020.

    2018-19

    • Co-PI: Kanad Ghose. (PI: Bahgat Sammakia). “SRC CHIRP: Direct Liquid and Two Phase Cooling of High Heat Flux Electronics in Heterogeneous Integrated (HI) Packages: Experimental and Analytical Studies at the Device and Module Levels”, $300,000 (including match), 1/1/2019-12/31/2021.
    • PI: Kanad Ghose. (Co-PI: Bahgat Sammakia). “SRC CHIRP: Exploration of Holistic Scaleout Designs Within Heterogeneous Packages for HPC/Server Processors”, $300,000 (including match), 1/1/2019-12/31/2021.
    • Co-PI: Kanad Ghose. (PI: Pritam Das). “SRC CHIRP: Higher Voltage Package Power Delivery and Power Management”, $200,000 (including match), 1/1/2019-12/31/2020.
    • Co-PI: Kanad Ghose. (PI: James Turner, Co-PI: Tara Dhakal). “Improved ECG Monitor with Capacitive Electrodes”, Flex Tech Alliance, $500,000, 1/1/2019-12/31/2020 (including match from ESD).
    • PI: Kartik Gopalan. "Lightweight Hypervisor-Level Mechanisms for Guest Security and Reliability", $100,000, Industrial Technologies Research Institute International Inc., Taiwan, 2018.
    • PI: David Liu. “CRI: CI-New: Collaborative Research: Extensible, Software Enabled Unmanned Aerial Vehicles,'' NSF, $366,251, 10/2018-09/2021.
    • PI: David Liu. “SHF: Small: Lazy Data Structures for Data-Intensive Applications.'' NSF, $449,827, 08/2018-07/2021.
    • PI: Seunghee Shih. “Research on CPU vulnerability detection and validation”, Research and Business Foundation of Korea University, $82,833, 4/1/2019-12/31/2019.
    • PI: Guanhua Yan. “LEFT: An LTE-Oriented Emulation-Instrumented Fuzzing Testbed”, $150,000, Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (A Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence), 07/01/2018-06/30/2019.

    2017-18

    • PI: Kanad Ghose, Co-PIs. Aravind Prakash and Yifan Zhang. “Hardware Architecture Resilience by Design (HARD)”, DARPA (through Lockheed Martin Corporation), $2,900,000, 12/1/2017-3/31/2021.
    • Co-PIs: Bahgat Sammakia and Kanad Ghose. “Collaborative Center: I/UCRC in Energy-Efficient Electronic Systems”, Phase II Award, NSF, $499,997, 8/1/2017-7/31/2022.
    • PI: Kartik Gopalan. “Lightweight Hypervisor-Level Mechanisms for Guest Security and Reliability”, $100,000, Industrial Technologies Research Institute International Inc., Taiwan, 2017.
    • PI: Elena R. Margine, Co-PI: Madhusudhan Govindaraju, “SI2-SSE: Expanding the Scope of Materials Modeling with EPW Software”. NSF, $500,000, 9/1/2017-8/31/2020.
    • PI: Aravind Prakash. “ALBER: A Backward-Compatible Late-Stage Debloating Platform for Mobile and Desktop Environments”, Office of Naval Research, $792,197, 9/30/17-09/30/21.
    • PI: Ping Yang, Co-PIs: Guanhua Yan, Shiyong Lu (Wayne State), Fengwei Zhang (Wayne State). “CICI: RSARC: Infrastructure support for securing large-scale scientific workflows”, NSF, $999,999, 9/01/2017-8/31/2020.
    • PI: Lijun Yin, Co-PIs: J. Cohn (U of Pittsburgh) and Q. Ji (RPI). “CI-SUSTAIN: Collaborative Research: Extending a Large Multimodal Corpus of Spontaneous Behavior for Automated Emotion Analysis. Analysis”, NSF, $1,015,961, 9/1/2016-8/31/2020.

    Before 2017

    • PI: Kartik Gopolan. “CSR: Small: Multi-hypervisor Virtual Machines - Enabling an Ecosystem of Hypervisors in the Cloud”, NSF, $415,989, 8/2015-7/2019.
    • PI: Yao Liu. “CSR: Small: A Unified Approach Toward User-specific Improvements of Quality of Experience for Video Streaming”, NSF, $504,373, 10/2016-9/2020.
    • PI: Guanhua Yan. “TWC: Small: A Moving Target Approach to Enhancing Machine Learning-Based Malware Defense”. NSF, $349,906, 9/01/2016-8/31/2020.
    • PI: Guanhua Yan. “LEFT: An LTE-Oriented Emulation-Instrumented Fuzzing Testbed”. Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (A Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence), $378,493, 1/01/2017-6/30/2019.
    • PI: Mo Sha. CRII: NeTS: Self-Adaptation in Industrial Wireless Sensor-Actuator Networks, NSF, 5/1/2017-4/30/2019.
    • PI: Kenneth Chiu. "High performance and data intensive computing facility," Binghamton University Roadmap, 3/2016, $265,000.
    • PI: Kenneth Chiu. "Building Analytical, Synthesis, and Human Network Skills Needed for Macrosystem Science"; NSF subcontract from Cary Institute; 6/15/2015-1/31/2017, $34,500.
    • Co-PI: Kenneth. "Using Natural Variation to Map Mitochondrial-Nuclear Interactions in Yeast"; PI: Heather Fiumera (biology), other co-PI is Anthony Fiumera (biology); 6/1/2012-5/31/2017; $725,000.
    • PIs: Kanad Ghose and Bahagat Sammakia, co-I: Kartik Gopalan and Bruce Murray. "MRI: Development of a Fully Instrumented Self-Sensing and Self-Regulating Data Center," NSF, 10/1/2010-9/30/2015, $1,341,741.
    • PI: Bahgat Sammakia, co-PIs: Kanad Ghose, Bruce Murray. I/UCRC in "Energy-Efficient Electronic Systems," NSF, 9/1/2011-8/31/2016, $590,000.
    • PI: Kanad Ghose, co-PIs: Bahgat Sammakia and Al Ortega., NSF I/UCRC Grand Challenge Award: "Assessing the role of DC Power in Data Centers", $1,120,000.
    • PI: Kanad Ghose, co-PIs: Ping Yang, Kartik Gopalan, Michael Lewis, Les Lander. "GAANN Research Fellowship in Energy-Aware Computing and Experimental Computer Systems", US Dept. of Education, 8/16/2012-8/15/2015, $431,000.
    • PI: Kanad Ghose, co-PI: Bahgat Sammakia. "Effectiveness, Efficiency and Integration Improvements of Warm Water Direct Liquid Cooling Systems," Funded by NYSERDA under the PON 2846 Competition, 9/1/2014-12/2016, $497,000.
    • Co-PI: Kanad Ghose, other co-PIs: James Turner, Mark Poliks. "Sensor for Monitoring Human Biometric Parameters - Phase II," Nano-Bio Manufacturing Council (NBMC), 9/1/2015-1/30/2017, $854,300.
    • PI: Kartik Gopalan. "CSR: Small: Multi-hypervisor Virtual Machines - Enabling an Ecosystem of Hypervisor-level Services in the Cloud", NSF, 8/2015-7/2018, $399,989.
    • PI: Kartik Gopalan, co-PI: Ping Yang. "CSR: Small: Towards High-Performance, Robust, and Secure Live Migration of Virtual Machines", 10/2013-9/2017, $484,259.
    • PI: Kartik Gopalan, co-PI: Ping Yang. "CSR: Small: Towards High-Performance, Robust, and Secure Live Migration of Virtual Machines." NSF REU Supplement, $16,000.
    • PI: Kartik Gopalan, co-PI Ping Yang. "System Virtualization and its Applications to Security and Privacy of Cloud-based Systems", AFRL - Griffis Institute, 8/2015-3/2016, $5,634.
    • PI: Madhusudhan Govindaraju. "CAPI on Power system to provide high performance solution for the attached devices", 2015 IBM Faculty Award, $20,000.
    • PI: Kyoung-Don Kang. "Timely Power-Aware Data Management in Embedded System". NSF, 8/2015-8/2018, $450,000.
    • PI: David Liu. "SHF: Small: Green Parallel Language Systems." NSF, $484,547.
    • PI: David Liu. "II: New: Collaborative Research: An Extensible Software Infrastructure for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles." NSF, $41,075.
    • Co-PI: Patrick Madden. "Interactive Software to be paired with Film", Binghamton University/SUNY. $5000.
    • PI (BU): Weiyi Meng. "BIGDATA: Streaming Architecture for Continuous Entity Linking in Social Media". NSF, 1/1/2016-12/31/2018, $300,000 (BU portion), (joint grant with Eduard Dragut and Yuhong Guo of Temple University).
    • PI (BU): Weiyi Meng. "Text Mining Pipeline to Accelerate Systematic Reviews in Evidence-Based Medicine". NIH (Subcontract from University of Illinois at Chicago), 09/30/2010-09/29/2015, $276,799 (BU portion).
    • PI: Timothy Miller. "CAREER: Sustaining Moore's Law Through Introspective Computing: A Comprehensive System For Reliability and Energy Optimization in Modern Computing Devices", NSF, 2/1/2014-1/31/2019, $450,000.
    • PI: Dmitry Ponomarev. "Side-channels Through Last-Level Caches: Attacks, Defenses and Security Metrics", NSF, 9/1/2014-8/31/2017, $250,000 (BU portion).
    • PI: Dmitry Ponomarev. "Parallel Discrete Event Simulation on Emerging High-performance Multicore Clusters", Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), 10/1/2015-9/30/2018, $300,000 (BU portion), (joint project with University of California Riverside).
    • PI: Dmitry Ponomarev. "VirtuallySafe: A Framework for Hypervisor Code and Data Integrity", Qatar National Research Fund (sub-award from Qatar University), 9/1/2012-8/31/2016, $375,000 (BU portion).
    • PI: Guanhua Yan. "Testing Software Security Exploitability Using the Bayesian Approach." AFRL. $20,000.
    • PI: Lijun Yin. "CI-ADDO-EN: Collaborative Research: 3D Dynamic Multimodal Spontaneous Emotion Corpus for Automated Facial Behavior and Emotion Analysis", NSF, 2012-2016, $416,801. (joint project with Jeff Cohn of U of Pittsburgh)
    • PI: Lijun Yin. "Health Network: SUNY Network Partnership for Automated Pain Assessment and Pain Management Research". SUNY Health Network of Excellence, 2015-2016, $150,000 plus cost share $72,915.
    • PI: Lei Yu." Learning Control Centers - Making Smart Energy Controls Smarter", NEXUS-NY, 01/18/2016-04/30/2016, $10,000.
      PI: Lei Yu. "Learning Reinforcement Learning Problem Formulation for Robust Autonomy", Air Force Research Laboratory, 09/01/2015-12/31/2015, $16,000.
    • PI: Yifan Zhang. "CRII: CSR NeTS: Enabling Secure and Trusted Device I/Os on Smartphones", NSF, 5/1/2016-4/30/2018, $175,000.
    • PI: Zhongfei (Mark) Zhang. "Data Intensive Computing for General Relational Data Learning", NSF, 9/1/2010-8/31/2015, $250,000.
    • Co-PI: Zhongfei (Mark) Zhang. "A Statistical Machine Learning Approach to Smart Grid Load Forecast based on Massive Datasets". Binghamton University/SUNY. $20,000
    • PI: William Ziegler. "Geothermal Airport Pavement Heating and Terminal Cooling", Federal Aviation Administration and NYSERDA, $1.6 million.
  • University Awards

    2019-20

    • University Award for Excellence in International Education: Weiyi Meng

    2018-19

    • Lois DeFleur Faculty Prize for Academic Achievement: Professor Lijun Yin

    2013-14

    • Outstanding Graduate Director: Professor Leslie Lander
  • College Awards

    2020-21

    • Watson College Award for Early-Stage Distinguished Research: Aravind Prakash
    • Watson College Recognition Award for Outstanding Staff Service: Tara Brentari

    2019-20

    • Watson College Award for Outstanding Faculty Service: Dmitry Ponomarev

    2018-19

    • Watson College Award for Outstanding Research Achievement: David Liu
    • Watson College Award for Early-stage Distinguished Research: Yao Liu
    • Watson College Award for Outstanding Staff Service: April St. John
    • Watson College Award for Distinguished Alumni: James Bankoski

    2017-18

    • Watson College Award for Outstanding Staff Service: Secretary Lucy Pompeii

    2016-17

    • Watson College Award for Outstanding Research Achievement: Professor Kartik Gopalan
    • Watson College Award for Outstanding Faculty Service: Lecturer Eileen Head
    • Watson College Award for Distinguished Educator: Professor Dmitry Ponomarev
  • Department Awards

    2020-21

    • Outstanding Research Achievement Award: Aravind Prakash
    • Educator of the Year Award: Michael Lewis
    • Outstanding Faculty Service Award: Leslie Lander
    • Academic Excellence in Computer Science: Kate Baumstein (Undergrad), Matthew Kyea (Undergrad), Yanchen Guo (Graduate-MS), Yongheng Li (Graduate-MS) and Rukayat Erinfolami (Graduate-PhD)
    • Academic Excellence in Information Systems: Ugurcan Demir
    • Teaching Assistant of the Year: Shehtab Zaman (Graduate-MS), Anurag Andhare (Graduate-MS), Pradyumna Kaushik (Graduate-PhD) and Gissella Bejarano (Graduate-PhD)
    • Excellence in Research in Computer Science: Jeff Eymer (Graduate-MS) and Huiyuan Yang (Graduate-PhD)
    • Service to Department of Computer Science: Theresa Gundel

    2019-20

    • Outstanding Research Achievement Award: Guanhua Yan
    • Educator of the Year Award: Madhusudhan Govindaraju
    • Outstanding Staff Service Award: Dave Hall
    • Outstanding Faculty Service Award:Ping Yang
    • Academic Excellence in Information Systems: Umut Kayaalti
    • Academic Excellence in Computer Science: Joseph Osgood (Undergrad), Frank Zurla (Graduate-MS), Devina Sachin Dhuri (Graduate-MS), Hongwei Wu (Graduate-MS), Xiaozhou Liang (Graduate-MS), Adita Kulkarni (graduate-PhD) and Daniel Townley (graduate-PhD)
    • Teaching Assistant of the Year: Adam Belmnahia (Graduate-MS), Spoorti Doddamani (Graduate-PhD) and Gourav Rattihalli (Graduate-PhD)
    • Excellence in Research in Computer Science: Atsuko Shimizu (Graduate-MS) and Andrew Cohen (Graduate-PhD)
    • Service to Department of Computer Science: Colin Flutak

    2018-19 

    • Outstanding Faculty Service Award: Michael Lewis
    • Educator of the Year Award: Steven Moore

    2017-18

    • Academic Excellence in Information Systems: Burak Oz (Undergrad)
    • Outstanding Research Achievement Award: Kanad Ghose and Mark Zhang
    • Educator of the Year: Mo Sha
    • Teaching Assistant of the Year: Umur Ciftci
    • Distinguished Dissertation Award: Shuangfei Zhai and Dmitry Evtyushkin
    • Excellence in Research in Computer Science Award (for a graduate student): Shuangfei Zhai
    • Academic Excellence in Computer Science: Qiao Zhang (graduate), Kaiyik Nip (undergrad) and Alexander Van Roijen (Undergrad)
    • Service to Department of Computer Science: Austin Ward (undergrad)

    2016-17

    • Outstanding Research Achievement Award: Associate Professor David Liu
    • Outstanding Staff Service Award: Lucy Pompeii
    • Distinguished Computer Science Alumni Award: Ruofei Zhang
    • Excellence in Research in Computer Science Award (for a graduate student): Shuangfei Zhai
    • Academic Excellence in Computer Science: Jeffrey Chan (undergrad), H. Yu Chen (undergrad), Hardik Bagdi (graduate), Elliot Way (graduate)
    • Service to Department of Computer Science: Taylor Foxhall (undergrad), Matthew Hems (graduate)