Donald Estep

Funding

1989

National Science Foundation, $46,000, Contributor, Mathematical Sciences Computing Research Environment

1992

National Science Foundation, $30,000, co-PI, Mathematical Sciences Computing Research Environment

1993-95

National Science Foundation, $37,132, PI, Adaptive Numerical Methods for Singularly-Perturbed Reaction-Diffusion Equations

1993-95

National Science Foundation, $38,696, PI, International Research Fellow

1995-98

National Science Foundation, $57,000, PI, Computational Error Estimation and Adaptive Error Control for Numerical Methods for Differential Equations

1995

National Science Foundation, $8,200, co-PI, Georgia Tech Conference on Dynamical Numerical Analysis

1995

Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications, $4,000, co-PI, Georgia Tech Conference on Dynamical Numerical Analysis

1997-99

North Atlantic Treaty Organization, $4,000, co-PI, Investigations of Systems of Reaction Diffusion Equations

1998-01

National Science Foundation, $78,400, PI, Computational Error Estimation and Adaptive Error Control for Numerical Methods for Differential Equations

2000

Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications, $4,000, co-PI, Southeastern Conference on Applied Mathematics

2001

National Science Foundation, $12,600, co-PI, Workshop on the Preservation of Stability under Discretization

2001

International Business Machines, Inc., $197,498, co-author of original proposal submitted to I.B.M. partner organization

2001-05

National Science Foundation, $182,122, PI, Computational Error Estimation and Adaptive Error Control for Multi-Scaled Differential Equations

2001

National Science Foundation, $23,310, co-PI, Intermountain/Southwest Conference on Industrial and Interdisciplinary Mathematics

2001-03

Sandia Corporation, $36,611, PI, High Resolution Methods for ALEGRA

2003-09

National Science Foundation, $3,261,000, PI, PRIMES: Program for Interdisciplinary Mathematics, Ecology, and Statistics

2003-08

United States Department of Agriculture, $75,702, PI, Population Genetic Analyses to Preserve Genetic Resources of Crops

2003-08

NASA, $1,400,000, co-PI, Carbon Data Assimilation Modeling: Remote Sensing and Field Observational Constraints of Earth System Carbon Analysis

2004

Sandia Corporation, $49,913, PI, A Posteriori Analysis and Adaptive Error Control for Operator Splitting Methods for Partial Differential Equations

2004-09

National Science Foundation, $499,989, PI, Novel A Posteriori Analysis of Ecological Models: The Carbon Cycle

2004-09

Department of Energy, $940,972, PI, A Posteriori Analysis of Interface Effects in the Discretization of Multi-Scaled and Multi-Physics Problems by Decomposition Techniques

2005-06

National Science Foundation, $16,650, co-PI, Workshop on Geometry and Symmetry in Numerical Computation

2005-09

Department of Energy, $2,300,000 (CSU portion $214,000), PI, A Mathematical Analysis of Atomistic-to-Continuum (AtC) Multiscale Coupling Methods

2007-12

Department of Energy, $11,000,000 (CSU portion $480,000), co-investigator, FACETS

2007-10

National Science Foundation, $276,833, co-PI, Partial Differential Equation Models for Large Networks

2007-10

National Science Foundation $300,000 (CSU portion $148,000), PI, Finite Element Methods for Discretizing Geometric PDEs with Nonlinear Constraints and Gauge Freedom

2007-12

National Science Foundation, $903,000, co-PI, Towards a Flexible and Extendable Scientific Undergraduate Experience (FEScUE)

2007-09

Idaho National Laboratory, Battelle Energy Alliance, LLC, $249,253, PI, Adaptive Modeling of Geometrically Complex Fuel Rods

2008

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, $25,000, PI, A Posteriori Error Calculation of Hydrodynamics Simulations Using Adjoint Methodologies

2009-12

Defense Threat Reduction Agency, $432,000, PI, A Posteriori Error Analysis and Uncertainty Quantification for Adaptive Multiscale Operator Decomposition Methods for Multiphysics Problems

2009-11

Department of Energy, $660,500 (CSU: $226,000), PI, Transforming How Climate System Models are Used: A Global, Multi-Resolution Approach to Regional Ocean Modeling

2009

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, $30,894, PI, A Priori and A Posteriori Analysis of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics-Finite Element Methods for Pore-Scale Simulations

2010-13

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, $391,870, PI, Adjoint-based Methods for Uncertainty Quantification

2010-14

National Institutes of Health, $1,229,249, co-PI, The Inverse Problem for Estimation of Structure of Biological Macromolecules from Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering

2010-13

Department of Energy, $1,563,784 (CSU $307,425), PI, Enabling Predictive Simulation and UQ of Complex Multiphysics PDE Systems by the Development of Goal-Oriented Variational Sensitivity Analysis and a-Posteriori Error Estimation Methods

2010-14

National Science Foundation, $160,000 (CSU Portion: $80,000), co-PI, Collaborative Research: A posteriori error analysis and adaptivity for discontinuous interface problems

2011

Multiscale Design Systems, LLC through Air Force SBIR Phase II, CSU subcontract: $90,000, PI

2011-14

Idaho National Laboratory, Battelle Energy Alliance, LLC, $249,253, PI, Uncertainty Analysis for Multiscale Models of Nuclear Fuel Performance

2011-12

Statistics and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, Duke University, $43,200, PI, Memorandum of Understanding

2011-16

National Science Foundation, $1,126,000 (CSU Portion: $288,000), PI, FRG: Error Quantification and Control for Gravitational Waveform Simulation

2011-16

Department of Energy, $1,098,250, PI, 11-2031: Multiscale modeling and uncertainty quantification for nuclear fuel performance

2014-15

Dynamics Research Corporation, $205,619, PI, Uncertainty Quantification for HPCMP CREATE

2012-16

National Science Foundation, $550,000 (CSU Portion: $145,777), PI, Data-Driven Inverse Sensitivity Analysis for Predictive Coastal Ocean Modeling

2012-18

Department of Energy, $12,500,000 (CSU: $1,000,000), co-PI, DiaMonD: An Integrated Multifaceted Approach to Mathematics at the Interfaces of Data, Models, and Decisions

2016-21

Riverside Research Organization, $744,882, principal investigator, Development of

Uncertainty Quantification and Design Approaches and Solutions

2017-20

National Science Foundation, $312,062 (CSU Portion: $211,902), co-principal investigator, Collaborative Research: A posteriori Error Analysis for Complex Models with Applications to Efficient Numerical Solution and Uncertainty Quantification