Research & Events

Research & Events

The Mathematics and Computer Science faculty have received research grants from prestigious agencies including NSF, DOJ and NIJ. They have brought over $1, 000,000 grant funds to sponsor the research projects below. Faculty, students and community of practice leaders who are interested in related research are encouraged to contact the Chair of the Department, Prof. Douglas Salane, and individual faculty members. To view a full list of our faculty and their expertise click here

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      Research Title

      Sponsor

      PI Faculty

      Towards a Cellphone Infrastructure for Harvesting Dynamic Interaction Network Data

      NSF

      Bilal Khan

      I-Corps: Infrastructure-free Security Monitoring and Tracking for Wireless Target (iSMoWT)

      NSF

      Ping Ji

      Collaborative Research: Applying Behavioral-Ecological Network Models to Enhance Distributed Spectrum Access in Cognitive Radio

      NSF

      Bilal Khan

      Assessing and Enhancing the Utility of National Incident-Based Crime Reporting System (NIBRS) Data

      DOJ & NIJ

      Douglas Salane

      Pompeiu Problems and Discrete Groups

      PSC CUNY

      Michael Puls

      Adaptive Control of a Class of First-Order, Multiple-State Regime-Switching Systems with Binary-Valued Observation  and fixed thresholds

      PSC CUNY

      Shaobai Kan

      Pompeiu Problems and Discrete Groups

      PSC CUNY

      Michael Puls

      Activity Annotation Using Microsoft Kinect

      PSC CUNY

      Hunter Johnson

      Malware Evolution

      PSC CUNY

      Bilal Khan

      Adaptive Tracking Control of Regime-Switching Systems with Quantized Output Observations

      PSC CUNY

      Shaobai Kan

      Merging from a Geodesic Point of View

      PSC CUNY

      Konstantinos Georgatos

      Real Time Intrusion Detection Based on Logs of Networks Elements

      PSC CUNY

      Ping Ji

      Recursive projection algorithm on FIR system identification with regime switching and binary-valued observations

      PSC CUNY

      Shaobai Kan

      Epistemic Conditional Logic

      PSC CUNY

      Konstantinos Georgatos

      Addressing Hepatitis C and Hepatocellular Carcinoma: The Current and Future Epidemics

      NYU

      Bilal Khan

      Injection Risks Networks in Rural Puerto Rico

      University of Nebraska - Lincoln

      Bilal Khan

      OAR Seed Money Program 2015

      OAR

      Aftab Ahmad