Dr. Amit Sheth
Amit P. Sheth
Founding Director, AI Institute@UofSC
NCR Chair and Professor, Computer Science & Engineering
Research Funding & Grants
State & University Funds

State and University Funds

Role of Principal Investigator Unless Indicated Otherwise

  1. Westwood Partnership to Prevent Juvenile Repeat Violent Offenders, Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services, $140,000, Jan. 1, 2015 – Sept. 30, 2017. PI: Amit Sheth. Co-PIs: Derek Doran and Jack Dustin.
  2. kHealth enabled health Monitoring, Epidemiology & Public Health Research, Office of Vice President for Research, $40,000, Jun. 17, 2003-Dec. 31, 2014.Twitris- a system for collective intelligence, National Science Foundation, $30,000, $50,000, Jul. 2013.
  3. Advanced Data Management Tuition, Wright State University Graduate School, $126,000, Jan. 20007-Jun. 30, 2013.Center of Excellence Kno.e.sis Operating Award, Wright State University, $330,000, Jul. 2010-Jun. 2013.
  4. A Study of Social Web Data on Oxycontin Abuse Using Semantic Web Technology, Wright State University Boonshoft Scholl of Medicine Department of Community Health, $13,950, Apr. 2, 2011-Dec. 31, 2011.Education Partnership Agreement between Wright State and Wright Patterson Air Force Base, 711th Human Performance Wing, Air Force Research Laboratory $61,000.
  5. Cloud Computing Collaboratory, Wright State University, $48,000, Co-Principal Investigators: J. Gallagher, K. Chen, Y. Pei, M. Raymer, TK Prasad, B. Wang, M. Rizki, S. Wang, P. Mateti, M. Liu.
  6. Major Collaboration/Infrastructure Grant. “Advanced Data Management Resource for Biomedical Research.”  Principal Investigator (WSU Co-Principal Investigators: M. Raymer, N. Reo), awarded through the Research Incentive Program of the Ohio Board of Regents by Wright State University, $30,000, May 1, 2007–Jun. 30, 2008.
  7. Advanced Data Management Resource, Ohio’s Research Challenge, $210,000, Jun. 1, 2006-current.
  8. LexisNexis Ohio Eminent Scholar Endowment Fund, $1,500,000, June 1, 2006.
  9. Faculty Research Commercialization Program, awarded by the Advanced Technology Development Center in conjunction with Georgia Research Alliance, $50,000, Jul. 1, 1998–Jun. 30, 1998.
  10. UGA Office of Instructional Development (OID), Co-Principal Investigators: D. Everett, J. Miller, K. Kochut, J. Smith, R. Robinson, and H. Arabnia,  “Mobile Multimedia Instruction Environment.” $8,500, Apr. 1, 1996-Mar. 30, 1997.
  11. Course Approval Process Automation (CAPA), Principal Investigator, funded by the Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of Georgia, $150,065 (budget) Jul. 1, 1996-Jun. 30, 1997.
  12. CareWeb for the Family Connection Program, Principal Investigator, cooperative agreement funded by Medical College of Georgia, $30,000, May 1997-Apr. 1998.
  13. GradWeb for the reengineering of the entire information system of UGA’s Graduate School with Web-based graduate applications and processing of graduate student related information within the Grad School and with all departments, LSDIS lab award of approx. $32,430, Jul. 1997–Jul. 1998. 
Professor Amit P. Sheth
Artificial Intelligence Institute
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
University of South Carolina