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Grants Awarded To Erich Kaltofen

 

Individual Grants


AF:Small:Symbolic Computation With Certificates, Sparsity and Error Correction National Science Foundation, 2017-2020, $496,373.


AF:Small:Symbolic Computation With Sparsity, Error Checking and Error Correction National Science Foundation, 2014-2017, $469,905.


AF:Small: Efficient Exact/Certified Symbolic Computation By Hybrid Symbolic-Numeric and Parallel Methods, National Science Foundation, 2011-2014, $425,000.


Model Discovery and Verification With Symbolic, Hybrid Symbolic-Numeric and Parallel Computation, National Science Foundation, 2008-2011, $300,000.


Workshop on Advanced Cyber-Enabled Discovery & Innovation (CDI) Through Symbolic and Numeric Computation, National Science Foundation, 2007-2009, $40,905.


Challenges in Linear and Polynomial Algebra in Symbolic Computation Algorithms, National Science Foundation, 2005-2009, $329,371.


Fast Bit Complexity in Symbolic Computation Algorithms, National Science Foundation, 2003-2006, $310,604.


Optimization, Randomization, and Generalization in Symbolic Computation, National Science Foundation, 2000-2003, $262,153.


Multi-Use “Plug-And-Play” Software Packages for Black Box and Inexact Symbolic Objects, National Science Foundation, 1997-2000, $215,233.


Project 25: Internet Course Development, North Carolina State University, 1997, $13,750.


Efficient Computer Algorithms for Symbolic Mathematics. National Science Foundation, 1994-1997, $227,069.


Efficient Computer Algorithms for Symbolic Mathematics. National Science Foundation, 1991-1994, $191,000. Research Experiences for an Undergraduate supplement, Summer 1993 and 1994, $5,000.


Efficient Las Vegas Primality Testing. National Security Agency, 1990, $18,700.


Studies on the Sequential and Parallel Complexity of Computer Algebra Problems. National Science Foundation, 1987-1990, $132,600. Pittsburgh NSF Supercomputing Center supplement, 1988-1990.


Computational Abstract Algebra. Educational supplement to previous grant, 1990, $9,690.


Computer Algebra Development Equipment. Tektronix Inc., 1985, $15,000; upgrade 1988, $11,000.


Complexity Year. Fellowship, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, 1985, $14,350.


Complexity Studies in Computer Algebra. National Science Foundation, 1985-1986, $55,000.


Efficient Algorithms for Diophantine Problems with Emphasis on Polynomial Factorization. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, 1983, CD$10,000.


Efficient Algorithms for Factoring Polynomials and Computing Galois Groups. Connaught Fund (University of Toronto), 1983, CD$16,000.

Shared Grants


Major Thematic Program on Computer Algebra, co-PI with 6 other co-organizers, Fields Institute, Toronto, CD$480,000, PI for NSF portion, CD$50,000, July-Decemeber 2015.


Quantifier Elimination, Optimization, Linear Algebra, and Polynomial System Solving (QOLAPS), INRIA France, Associate USA team (with Hoon Hong, Mohab Safey El Din director), EU40,000, 2012-2015.


High-Performance Algebraic Computing (HPAC), ANR France, USA partner, (Jean-Guillaume Dumas director), EU700,000, 2011-2015.


Ky and Yu-Fen Fan Fund Travel Grant, American Mathematical Society, 2010, $3,500; for Dr. Zhengfeng Yang's visit to North Carolina State University.


MSRI Workshop on Hybrid Methodologies for Symbolic-Numeric Computation, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics as part of SIAM's NSF block grant, 2010, $19,700; with Mark Giesbrecht, Daniel Lichtblau, Seth Sullivant, and Lihong Zhi.


Scientific Computing Research Environments for the Mathematical Sciences (SCREMS): Parallel Computer Algebra. National Science Foundation, 2005-2008, $90,000; with Aloysius Helminck, Hoon Hong, Irina Kogan, Michael Singer and Agnes Szanto.


Workshops for NCSU/China Research and Educational Partnership In Symbolic Computation, National Science Foundation, 2005-2007, $23,320; with Michael Singer, Hoon Hong and Agnes Szanto.


International Conference on Applied Computer Algebra National Science Foundation, 2003, $10,000; with Hoon Hong and Agnes Szanto.


ITR/ACS: Collaborative Research LinBox: A Generic Library for Exact Black Box Linear Algebra National Science Foundation, 2001-2004, $370,000; with Carl D. Meyer; University of Delaware: Bobby F. Caviness, B. David Saunders, Qing Xiang; Washington College (Maryland): Austin A. Lobo.


Scientific Computing Research Environments for the Mathematical Sciences. National Science Foundation, 1999-2002, $49,735; with Aloysius Helminck, Hoon Hong, and Michael Singer.


East Coast Computer Algebra Day. National Science Foundation, 1998, $8,900; with Hoon Hong and Michael Singer.


Theory and Practice of Parallel Linear Algebra in Computer Algebra. National Science Foundation, 1998-2001, travel support to Grenoble, France, with B. D. Saunders and A. A. Lobo at the University of Delaware, $17,500.


East Coast Computer Algebra Day. National Science Foundation, 1996, $8,240; with S. Dooley and B. Trager.


Enhancements for a Young Scholars Program. Strategic Initiatives, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1994, $15,000; with M. S. Krishnamoorthy and D. Rebne.


Symbolic Computation Systems for Young Scholars: Development and Industrial Applications. National Science Foundation, 1994-1995, $59,214; with M. S. Krishnamoorthy and D. Rebne.


Symbolic Computation Systems for Young Scholars. IBM and Center for Innovative Undergraduate Education at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1992, $8,000; with M. S. Krishnamoorthy and D. Rebne.


A Workshop on Integrated Symbolic-Numeric Computing at ISSAC '92. National Science Foundation, 1992, $10,000; submitted on behalf of the ISSAC '92 organizing committee as conference chairman.


CISE 1991 Minority Graduate Fellowship Honorable Mention. National Science Foundation, 1991-1992, $6,000; with Angel Díaz.


Computationally Efficient Algebraic Methods for Solving Geometric Modeling Problems. New York State Center for Advanced Technology in Automation and Robotics, 1990, $7,098; with Lakshman Y. N.


Symbolic Computation Systems for Young Scholars: Development and Industrial Applications. National Science Foundation, 1990-91, $62,000; with D. Rebne.


Research Experience in Computer Science for Undergraduates. National Science Foundation, 1989-91, $120,000, shared with 10 others; project director R. Ingalls.


Computing Environments for Mathematical Applications. National Science Foundation, CISE infrastructure grant, 1988-93, $2,000,000, shared with 20 others; project directors J. Flaherty and J. Modestino.


Integrating Undergraduate Research into the Computer Science Department. National Science Foundation, 1987, $40,000, shared with 10 others; project director R. Ingalls.


Computer Research Equipment. National Science Foundation, 1985, $80,000, shared with four others.


Scientific Computation Group. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, 1983, CD$62,000, shared with nine others; project director K. R. Jackson.

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