Grants and Contracts

49. Sandia National Laboratories, “Faculty Research in Signal Processing and Machine Learning,” $86,384 (PI), 2020.

48. Sandia National Laboratories, “Using Software Defined Radios for Wireless Device Data Acquisition,” $64,108 (PI), 2020.

47. Sandia National Laboratories, “Instantenous Spectral Analysis for Identification and Classification of Bursty Data in Congested Frequency Bands,” $98,425 (co-PI), 2019.

46. Sandia National Laboratories, “Faculty Research in Signal Processing and Machine Learning,” $55,027 (PI), 2019.

45. Sandia National Laboratories, “Faculty Research in Signal Processing and Machine Learning,” $42,726 (PI), 2019.

44. Northrup Grumman Corp., “Micro-Scale Initial Implementation (MSII) Program Bandpass Filter Development,” $87,100 (PI), 2019.

43. Sandia National Laboratories, “Instantenous Spectral Analysis for Identification and Classification of Bursty Data in Congested Frequency Bands,” $162,690 (PI), 2018.

42. SameDay Security Corp., “Preparing the NMSU 3D Motion Capture System for Biomechanical Data Collection,” $23,797 (PI), 2018.

41. Sandia National Laboratories, “Faculty Research in Signal Processing and Machine Learning,” $46,633 (PI), 2018.

40. Sandia National Laboratories, “Hilbert Spectral Analysis for Identification and Classification of Bursty Data in Congested Frequency Bands,” $98,600 (PI), 2018.

39. Sandia National Laboratories, “Research in Deep Learning, Mobile Analytics, and Signal Processing,” $47,330 (PI), 2017.

38. Sandia National Laboratories, “Hilbert Spectrum Analysis of Moving Targets in ISR Data,” $94,251 (PI), 2017.

37. National Science Foundation (NSF), “Collaborative Proposal: Using Lean LaunchPad to Promote Transfer Students’ Persistence in Engineering,” $348,043 (co-PI), NSF #1444445, 2014-2017.

36. Arrowhead Inc, winner of Launch competition for startup companies, “VoiceCipher, Inc,” awarded $25,000 in seed funding, 2013.

35. U.S. Army / Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant Phase II, “Content Dependent Bandwidth Enhancement,” with Invertix Corp $700,000, 2011.

34. U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL)/Army High Performance Computing Research Center (AHPCRC), “Utilizing a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) for Pattern Recognition withApplications in Digital Speech Processing,” $118,288 (PI), 2011.

33. U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL)/Army High Performance Computing Research Center (AHPCRC), “Utilizing a Multicore Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) for Low Bitrate Speech Coding,” $140,426 (PI), 2010.

32. U.S. Army / Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I option grant, “Content Dependent Bandwidth Enhancement,” with Invertix Corp, $45,393, 2011.

31. U.S. Army / Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant, “Content Dependent Bandwidth Enhancement,” with Invertix Corp, $69,305, 2010.

30. U.S. Department of State, J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, Fulbright Scholar Award – Austria, 2008.

29. Sarnoff Corp/Rosettex Technology and Ventures Group, “Model-Based, Single-Microphone Speech Enhancement Model-Based, Single-Microphone Speech Enhancement,” $179,000 (PI), 2007.

28. Texas Instruments, “Proposal for Donation of TI DSP Boards,” $6000 (equipment donation) (PI), 2005.

27. Texas Instruments, “Proposal for Donation of TI DSP Boards,” $4000 (equipment donation) (PI), 2004.

26. Motorola, “Future Development Tools for the Real-Time DSP Laboratory,” $8400 (equipment donation) (PI), 2003.

25. NASA, “Research Supporting Satellite Communications Technology,” $200,000 (co-Principal Investigator), NAG5-13189, 2003.

24. NASA, “Effective Utilization of Commercial Wireless Networking Technology in Planetary Environments,” $647,000 (PI), NAG3-2864, 2003-2005.

23. IBM, “Undergraduate Research Experience in Automatic Speech Recognition,” $2000 cash grant, $1000 Software donation (PI), 2002.

22. NASA, “Renewal of the Center for Space Telemetering and Telecommunications Systems Grant,” $700,000 (co-PI), NAG5-9323, 2002.

21. Xilinx Corp., “Xilinx University Professor’s Workshop,” $2180 (equipment donation) (PI), 2001.

20. NASA, “Renewal of the Center for Space Telemetering and Telecommunications Systems Grant,” $700,000 (co-PI) NAG5-9323, 2001.

19. Motorola Foundation, “Utilizing Next Generation Software Development Tools in the Motorola DSP Laboratory,” $10,500 (PI), 2001.

18. Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness Directorate, “Techniques for Preprocessing Speech Signals for More Effective Audio Interfaces,” $125,000 (PI), #F41624-99-1-0001, 2000.

17. Motorola Foundation, “Utilizing Next Generation Software Development Tools in the Motorola DSP Laboratory,” $16,500 (cash grant) (PI), 2000.

16. NASA, “Renewal of the Center for Space Telemetering and Telecommunications Systems Grant,” $700,000 (co-PI) NAG5-9323, 2000.

15. Motorola Foundation, “Instrumentation Grant for the Real-Time Digital Signal Processing Teaching Laboratory,” $15,000 (PI), 1999.

14. Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness Directorate, “Techniques for Preprocessing Speech Signals for More Effective Audio Interfaces,” $125,000 (PI) #F41624-99-0001, 1999.

13. Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector (SPS), “Proposal for Seven Addition DSP56302EVMs,” $1743 (equipment donation) (PI), 1999.

12. NASA, “Renewal of the Center for Space Telemetering and Telecommunications Systems Grant,” $700,000 (co-PI), NAG5-7520, 1999.

11. Aldec Corp., “Proposal for VHDL Simulator License Donation,” license donation of three Active-VHDL Simulators, $5,000 (equipment donation) (PI), 1999.

10. Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector (SPS), “Proposal for Six Additional DSP56302EVMs,” $1494 (equipment donation) (PI), 1998.

9. Motorola Foundation, “Proposal for a Digital Signal Processing Teaching Laboratory,” $10,000 (PI), 1998.

8. Xilinx Corp., “Proposal for Xilinx Foundation Express and FPGA Evaluation Boards,” $8,693 (equipment donation) (PI), 1998.

7. NASA, “Renewal of the Center for Space Telemetering and Telecommunications Systems Grant,” $644,000 (co-PI) NAG 5-1491, 1998.

6. Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector (SPS), “Proposal for Twelve DSP56302EVMs,” $5,437 (equipment donation) (PI), 1998.

5. Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector SPS, “Proposal for a Digital Signal Processing Teaching Laboratory,” $11,500 (PI), 1997.

4. NASA, “Renewal of the Center for Space Telemetering and Telecommunications Systems Grant,” $700,000 (co-PI) NAG 5-1491, 1997.

3. Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector SPS, “Proposal for a Digital Signal Processing Teaching Laboratory,” $1750 (PI), 1997.

2. Tektronix Inc., “Instrumentation for Digital Signal Processing Teaching Laboratory”, $3615 (equipment donation) (PI), 1997.

1. Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector (SPS), “Proposal for Twelve DSP56002EVMs,” equipment donation of twelve Motorola DSP56002EVM Evaluation Modules, $3875 (equipment donation) (PI), 1996.