1. PI for NSF Grant No. CMMI 1000720 ($159,999): Collaborative Research: Nanostructure Growth Process Modeling and Optimal Experimental Strategies for Repeatable Fabrication of Nanostructures for Application in Photovoltaics. Collaborators: Qiang Huang and Chongwu Zhou from University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 2010-2013.

  2. PI for NSF Grant No. DMS 1107004 ($200,000): Causal Inference from 2^K factorial designs. Co-PI: Donald Rubin, Harvard University, 2011-2014.

  3. PI for NSF Grant No. CMMI 1334178 ($119,999): Collaborative Research: Geometric Shape Error Control for High Precision Additive Manufacturing. Collaborators: Qiang Huang and Yong Chen from University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 2013-2016.

  4. PI for NSF Grant No. DMS 1612901 ($150,000): Design and analysis of optimization experiments with internal noise to maximize alignment of carbon nanotubes. Co-PI: Chad Vecitis, John A. Polson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, 2016-2019.  

  5. PI for NSF EAGER Grant No. DMI 1842952 ($140,002): Collaborative Research: MATDAT18 Type-I: Development of a machine learning framework to optimize ReaxFF force field parameters. Co-PI: Ying Hung, Rutgers University. Collaborator: Adri Van Duin, Penn State University. 2018-2020.