Current Grants

  • Artem Zvavitch- United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation- Convex and integral geometry and its relations to harmonic analysis and representation theory (Duration: 2019-2020, Awarded $18,935)
  • Artem Zvavitch- Simons Foundation- Functional Inequalities in Convex Geometry (Duration: 2019-2024, Awarded $42,000)
  • Andrew Tonge- Ohio Department of Higher Education- Strong Start to Finish CLASS (Duration: 2019, Awarded $19,000)
  • Fedor Nazarov- National Science Foundation- Collaborative Research: Weighted estimates with matrix weights and non-homogeneous harmonic analysis (Duration: 2019-2022, Awarded $43,474)
  • Artem Zvavitch- National Science Foundation- Informal Analysis Seminar (Duration: 2019-2021, Awarded $30,000)
  • Artem Zvavitch - National Science Foundation - Conference "Recent Advances in Functional Analysis" (Duration: 2019, Awarded $25,000)
  • Darci Kracht - National Security Agency - Pi Mu Epsilon National Student Travel (Duration: 2018-2019, Awarded $14,000)
  • Peter Gordon - United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation - Studies in Combustion of Gas-Permeable Solid Explosives (Duration: 2017-2018, Awarded $16,230)
  • Peter Gordon - Simons Foundation - Reaction-diffusion systems and (Duration: 2017-2019, Awarded $23,115)
  • Lothar Reichel - National Science Foundation - Matrix Functions and Network Analysis (Duration: 2017-2020, Awarded $150,000)
  • Jenya Soprunova as PI, Andrew Tonge as Co-PI - Ohio Department of Higher Education - Choose Ohio First - Careers in Mathematics (Duration: 2017-, Awarded $324,500)
  • Jenya Soprunova as PI, Andrew Tonge as Co-PI - Ohio Department of Higher Education - Choose Ohio First - Math Lefacy Program (Duration: 2017-, Awarded $236,000)
  • Jenya Soprunova as PI, Mikhail Chebotar as Co-PI - National Science Foundation - REU Site: Research in Geometry, Algebra, and Analysis (Duration: 2017-2020, Awarded $259,200)
  • Artem Zvavitch as PI, Dmitri Ryabogin as Co-PI - National Science Foundation - Conference on Infinite-Dimensional Analysis (Duration: 2016, Awarded $36,000)
  • Andrew Tonge - Ohio Department of Higher Education - Ohio ATnet Quantitative Reasoning Workshop Assistance - (Duration: 2016-2017, Awarded $3,180)
  • Jun Li - Farris Family Innovation Fund - Pursuit for More Robust, Powerful and Applicable Tests for High-Dimensional Data (Duration: 2016-2019, Awarded $24,000)
  • Artem Zvavitch as PI, Dmitri Ryabogin as Co-PI - National Science Foundation (DUE16040170) - Harmonic Analysis in Convex Geometry (Duration: 2016-2019, Awarded $300,000)
  • Andrew Tonge, as Co-PI - National Science Foundation (DUE1136377) - Kent State University Noyce Scholars Program (Duration: 2011 - 2015, Awarded: $1,082,889)

Archived Grants

Grant Resources