Research Funding

2017

Northumbria University

Royal Society International Exchanges (Ref: IE160609): £11,841, Principal Investigator

  • Received from the Royal Society
  • Project title: An Affective Smart Environment for Personalized Learning and Teaching
  • Supported a collaborative research project with Dr. Matangini Chattopadhyay from Jadavpur University in India
Northumbria University

Capital Expenditure for Research Equipment (Ref: 512820): £40,000, Principal Investigator

  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To purchase augmented reality equipment and GPU workstations for research and teaching

 

2016

Northumbria University

Research and Enterprise Reward Scheme (Ref: 510972): £6,700, Principal Investigator

  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To initiate collaborative research projects with academic and industrial partners
Northumbria University

Capital Expenditure for Research Equipment (Ref: 511988): £28,500, Principal Investigator

  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To purchase virtual reality equipment and GPU workstations for research and teaching

2015

Erasmus Mundus

Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Programme (Ref: 2014-0861/001-001): €3.03 million, Funding Management Officer/Contributing Researcher (PI: Dr. Nauman Aslam)
Value to Northumbria University: €440,000

Northumbria University MEXT Top Global University Project Scholarship: £5,500, Contributing Researcher (PI: Prof. Shigeo Morishima)
  • Received from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
  • To support 1 Japanese PhD (Waseda University) working in the UK for 6 months
Northumbria University Top-up Fund for EPSRC Project: £24,300, Principal Investigator
  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To increase the scale of the EPSRC First Grant project EP/M002632/1
Northumbria University

Capital Expenditure for Research Equipment (Ref: 511276 & 511671): £34,500, Principal Investigator

  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To purchase an inertia-based motion capture system & a 4K 3D production kit for research and teaching
Northumbria University

Research and Enterprise Reward Scheme (Ref: 510972): £3,000, Principal Investigator

  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To initiate collaborative research projects with academic and industrial partners

2014

EPSRC EPSRC First Grant Scheme (Ref: EP/M002632/1): £124,000, Principal Investigator
  • Received from the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
  • Project title: Interaction-based Human Motion Analysis
  • To support the project with 1 Post-doctoral Research Fellows for 18 months
Northumbria University Capital Expenditure for Research Equipment (Ref: 510536): £18,500, Principal Investigator
  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To purchase a 3D scanner system for a geometric modelling research project
Northumbria University Postgraduate Research Scholarship: £65,000 x 2 = £130,000, Principal Investigator
  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To support two PhD students for three years of study each

2013

Northumbria University Capital Expenditure for Research Equipment: £12,500, Principal Investigator
  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To purchase high performance workstations for a crowd simulation project

2012

Northumbria University New Academic Staff Support Grant (Ref: 100700-IO114845): £2,000, Principal Investigator
  • Received from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • To facilitate a new research project and produce a paper on IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics
University of Worcester Vacation Research Assistantship: £1,000, Principal Investigator
  • Received from the University of Worcester
  • To recruit an outstanding undergraduate for and produce a conference paper

2009

University of Edinburgh Initiating Knowledge Transfer Fund (Ref: 7P-2414): £15,000, Contributing Researcher (PI: Dr. Taku Komura)

 

         

Last update: 23/11/2017