EXTERNAL GRANTS

 

1.    NSF Research Grant DMS 1135667, US-South Africa Workshop: “Mathematical Methods in Systems Biology and Population Dynamics”, AIMS, Cape Town, South Africa, September 1, 2011 – August 31, 2012, $49,860.

 

2.    Grant from the Society of Mathematical Biology for the US-South Africa Workshop: “Mathematical Methods in Systems Biology and Population Dynamics”, AIMS, Cape Town, South Africa, September 1, 2011 – August 31, 2012, $7,500

 

3.    NSF Research Grant DMS 1008221, “Collaborative Research: “Optimal Control of Multi-Input Mathematical Models of Tumor Dynamics under Combination Therapies”, July 1, 2010- June 30, 2013, $175, 078.

 

4.    Supplement to the NSF Research Grant “Collaborative Research: “Optimal Control of Multi-Input Mathematical Models of Tumor Dynamics under Combination Therapies July 1, 2010- June 30, 2013, $17, 160.

 

5.    NSF Research Grant DMS 1008221, “Collaborative Research: “Optimal Control of Multi-Input Mathematical Models of Tumor Dynamics under Combination Therapies”, $175, 078, July 1, 2010- June 30, 2013.

 

6.    NSF Office of International Science and Engineering Grant “US-Israel Workshop "Mathematical Methods in Systems Biology" Tel Aviv, Israel, $49,830, January 4-7, 2010”.

 

7.    Grant from the Society of Mathematical Biology for the project “US-Israel Workshop "Mathematical Methods in Systems Biology" Tel Aviv, Israel, $4,800, January 4-7, 2010.

 

8.    NSF Research Grant DMS-0707404 for the project “Collaborative Research: Analysis of optimal and suboptimal controls for mathematical models in novel cancer therapies”, $148,287, July 1, 2007 – June 30, 2010.

 

9.    International Supplement to the NSF Research Grant “Collaborative Research: Analysis of optimal and suboptimal controls for mathematical models in novel cancer therapies” $10,500, July 1, 2007 –June 30, 2010,

 

10.                       NSF Research Grant DMS-0405848 for the project “Collaborative Research: Optimal Control of Mathematical   Models Cancer Treatments, $102,015, July 15, 2004 – June 30, 2007.

 

11.                       NSF Research Grant DMS-0205093 for the project “Analysis of optimal controls for biomedical models of cancer and HIV,” $101,658, June 15, 2002 – June 15, 2004.

 

12.                       International Supplement to the project “Analysis of optimal controls for biomedical models of cancer and HIV,” NSF, $7,300, June 15, 2003 – June 15, 2004.

 

13.                       NATO Collaboration Grant with Poland (jointly with H. Schaettler) for the project “Variational methods in nonlinear optimization problems,” $9,000, January 10, 2001 - January 10, 2002.

 

14.                       NSF Research Grant DMS-9971747 for the project “Synthesis in applications of optimal control,” $111,854, June 15, 1999 - May 31, 2002.

 

15.                       NSF research grant DMS-9622967 for the project “Abnormal minimizers and discontinuous value functions in optimal control,” $65,000, June 1996-June 1999.

 

16.                       NSF US-Poland Collaborative Research Grant, (jointly with H. Schaettler), “Variational methods in optimal control,” $17,204, February 1996 - February 2000.

 

17.                       NSF research grant DMS-9109324 for the project “Abnormalities in optimization and optimal control problems,” $18,000, July 1991-July 1993.

 

18.                       The NSF-AWM Travel Grant, $1000, 1990.

 

 

 

 INTERNAL  AWARDS

 

    

1.   Paul Simon Outstanding Teacher-Scholar Award, 2010.

2.   William and Margaret Going Endowed Professorship Award for the project “Challenges in Mathematical Models for Novel Cancer Treatments” 2009.

3.   Hoppe Research Professor Award for July 1, 2002 – June 30, 2004.

4.   SIUE Research Scholar Award for the project ''New types of approximations in optimization and optimal control'' 1995.

5.   SIUE Research Scholar Award for the project ''On abnormal optimal control problems'' SIUE, 1990.

6.   The University Award for the Distinguished Ph. D Thesis, 1984.

7.   The University Award for the Distinguished Master Thesis, 1979

 

INTERNAL  GRANTS

 

1.    STEP Award for the Project “Exploratory Research on Optimal Chattering Controls with Applications in Engineering and Biomedicine” Summer 2011, $9995

2.    STEP Award for the Project “Exploratory Research on Vaccination and Treatment for a Class of Mathematical Models in Epidemiology” Summer 2010, $9398.

3.    Margaret SIUE Funded University Research “Research Monograph/Textbook: Optimal Control Theory with Applications to Biomedical Systems” Fall 2007, $3,500.

4.    SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project “Optimal treatment protocols for mathematical models of immunotherapy” Summer 2007.

5.    SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project “Analysis of a model for a new cancer treatment: anti-angiogenesis” Summer 2006

6.    SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project “The role of pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD) in mathematical models for cancer chemotherapy,” Summer 2005

7.    SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project “Analysis of optimal controls for the bone marrow model in cancer chemotherapy,” Summer 2004

8.    SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project “Application of optimal control to modeling chemotherapy of HIV,” Summer 2003.

9.    SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project “Synthesis of controls in mathematical models of cancer chemotherapy,” Summer 2001.

10.              SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project “Application of the perturbation Feedback control law,” Summer 2000.

11.              SIUE Summer Fellowship for the project, “Controllability and optimality of Zermelo’s navigation problem,” Summer 1998.

12.              SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project “Application of Optimal Control to Problems in Cancer Chemotherapy”, Summer 1997.

13.              SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project ''Analysis of value function in optimal control'', Summer 1996.

14.              SIUE Summer Research Fellowship for the project ''Application of nonsmooth analysis in abnormal optimization and optimal control'' Summer 1995.

15.              SIUE Fourth Quarter Fellowship for the project ''Multi-optimality in abnormal optimal control problems'' Summer 1992.

 



Urszula Ledzewicz / uledzew@siue.edu / Updated: September 25, 2012