Contracts and Grants

1-2017Laskey
Kathy Laskey of the C4I & Cyber Center and the Systems Engineering & Operations Research Department received $68K from SETechnology, Ltd. for her project, “Post-doctoral research in smart manufacturing.”


1-2017
KC Chang of the C4I & Cyber Center and the Systems Engineering & Operations Research Department received $118K from the Department of the Navy (NAVSUP) for his project, “Developing An Analytic Model of Success for Acquisition Decision Making.”


1-2017
LoerchAndrew Loerch of the C4I & Cyber Center and the Systems Engineering & Operations Research Department received $5K from the Office of Naval Research for his project, “Combinatorial Optimization.”


1-2017Laskey Levitt
Tod Levitt & Kathy Laskey of the C4I & Cyber Center received $78K from Opto-Knowledge Systems, Inc. and the Missile Defense Agency for their project, “Post Intercept Assessment (PIA).”


1-2017Hieb Aug 2013 Photo
Mike Hieb of the C4I & Cyber Center received $54K from EOIR Technologies, Inc. and the Department of Defense for his project, “Simulation Interoperability to Mission Control (SIMCI).”


1-2017Itamara Lochard
Itamara Lochard of the C4I & Cyber Center received received $70K from NATO for her project, “Senior Leadership ATC on Military and Defense Aspects of Border Security in South East Europe.”


11-2016Wijisekera
Duminda Wijesekera of the C4I & Cyber Center received $150K from the Logistics Management Institute Research Institute for his project, “Sharing Human Genomic Data.”


09-2016PullenNClark
Mark Pullen & Nick Clark of the C4I & Cyber Center received $23K from NATO for their project, “C2SIM Sandbox.”



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Bill Roeting & Mark Pullen of the C4I & Cyber Center received $1.5M from the U.S. Air Force for their project, “Close Air Support Experimentation Campaign – Travel.”


07-2016KHintz
Ken Hintz of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department received $452K from the U.S. Department of the Navy (NAVSUP) for his project, “The Automatic SIEV-Net Instantiation for Collection Planning and Execution by ORM.”


06-2016
Bob Simon, of the C4I & Cyber Center Simonat George Mason University, and research specialist in the field of distributed systems, networks, performance modeling and simulation, received $36K from Axiom, Inc. for his project, “Design and evaluation of address-agile multicasting for disruption-tolerant networking.”


6-2016EdwardHuangZaidiHieb
Kathy Laskey, Abbas Zaidi, and Edward Huang of the C4I & Cyber Center and the Systems Engineering & Operations Research Department received $613K from Innovative Decisions, Inc., and IARPA for their project, “Inference Enterprise Multi-Modeling.”


05-2016Laskeyphoto
Tod Levitt and Kathy Laskey of the C4I & Cyber Center at George Mason University, received $38K from Opto-Knowledge Systems, Inc., and the Missile Defense Agency for his project, “Interactive Context-Aware Discrimination (ICAD).”


4-2016MPullen
Mark Pullen, Director of the C4I & Cyber Center received $182K from the Griffiss Institute and the U.S. Air Force for his project, “Expedited Command and Control-Simulation Interoperation Standards Development.”


4-2016Roeting
Bill Roeting Jean Catanzaro, Sherry Djo Crissman, Robert H. Schulz, Nicholas Clark, Tod Levitt, and Mark Pullen of the C4I & Cyber Center received $1.5M from the Griffiss Institute and the U.S. Air Force for their project, “Close Air Support Experimentation Campaign.”


4-2016EdwardHuangZaidiHieb
Kathy Laskey, Abbas Zaidi, and Edward Huang of the C4I & Cyber Center and the Systems Engineering & Operations Research Department received $153K from Innovative Decisions, Inc., and IARPA for their project, “Inference Enterprise Multi-Modeling.”


3-2016paulocostaWijisekera
Duminda Wijisekera and Paulo Costa of the C4I & Cyber Center received a VA-ETF award of $71,306 for their projct “Software Defined Radios and Anechoic Chambers”


2-2016Roeting
Bill Roeting of the C4I & Cyber Center received $125K from Parsons Government Systems Corporation and the Department of Defense for his project, “Android Tactical Assault Kit (ATAK) – Integrated Automated Intelligence Workflow.”


12-2015NClarkphotoPullenRoeting
Bill Roeting, Mark Pullen, Tod Levitt, & Nicholas Clark of the C4I Center received $1.09M from Alion Science & Technology Corporation and the U.S. Air Force for their project, “Close Air Support (CAS) Experimentation Campaign.” This payment completes the contract noted in this space previously.


9-2015NClarkphotoPullenRoeting
Bill Roeting, Mark Pullen, Tod Levitt, & Nicholas Clark of the C4I Center received $70K from Alion Science & Technology Corporation and the U.S. Air Force for their project, “Close Air Support (CAS) Experimentation Campaign.”


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Bill Roeting, Mark Pullen, and Walter Powell of the C4I Center received $400K from PAR Government Systems Corp. and the Department of Defense for their project, “JTAC Degree Program.”


9-2015Wijisekera
Duminda Wijisekera of the C4I Center received $140K from the U.S. Department of Commerce (NIST) for his project, “Using the Policy Machine to Enforce Access to Health Records.”


8-2015Wijisekerapcosta
Paulo Costa and Duminda Wijisekera of the C4I Center received $26K from Fundação Casimiro Montenegro Filho for their project, “Cyber Security in Air Transportation Course.”


07-2015
Tod Levitt of the C4I Center and Brian Mark of the Electrical & Computer photo Engineering Department received $30K from Echo Ridge, LLC, and the Air Force Research Laboratory for their project, “Trade Space Analysis for PNT Spectrum Sharing.”


07-2015
K. C. Chang of the Systems Engineering & Operations Research Department received $50K from the Army Research Office for his project, “Distributed Fusion with Copula.”


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07-2015
Mark Pullen, Director of the C4I Center at George Mason University, received $110K from Sierra Nevada Corporation and the United States Air Force for his project, “AMSO C2SIM Standard/NATO MSG ET-038.”


07-2015Hieb Aug 2013 Photo
Michael Hieb of the C4I Center at George Mason University, received $153K from EOIR Technologies, Incorporated of Fairfax, VA. and the Department of Defense for his project, “Simulation to Mission Command Interoperability (SIMCI).”


02-2015Roeting of C4I Center
Bill Roeting of the C4I Center at George Mason University, received $125K from Parsons Government Systems Corp. and the Department of Defense for his project, “Android Tactical Assault Kit (ATAK) – Integrated Automated Intelligence Workflow.”


09-2014SamMalek
Sam Malek of the C4I Center at George Mason University, received $500K from the Department of Homeland Security for his project, “Tools for Automated Detection and Assessment of Security Vulnerabilities in Mobile Applications.”


08-2014Laskeyphoto
Tod Levitt and Kathy Laskey of the C4I Center at George Mason University, received $30K from Systems & Technology Research and Missile Defense Agency for their project, “Decision Making Under Uncertainty for Missile Defense.”


08-2014
Paulo Costa, Kathy Laskey, and Jie Xu of the Jie YuLaskeypaulocostaC4I Center at George Mason University, received $20K from the Office of Naval Research for their project, “Context-Based Decisions with Multi-Entity Decision Graphs.”


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07-2014
Sam Malek of the C4I Center at George Mason University, received $85K from Carnegie Mellon University and the National Security Agency for his project, “Science of Secure Frameworks.”


06-2014Laskeyphoto
Tod Levitt and Kathy Laskey of the C4I Center at George Mason University, received $225K from ExoAnalytic Solutions and the Missile Defense Agency for their project, “Uncertainty Characterization in RF/EO Track Correlation.”


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04-2014
Ken Hintz, of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department received $27K from FirstGuard Technologies Corp. and the Office of Naval Research for his project, “Pre-Shot Sniper Detection Data Analysis.”


03-2014
Mark Pullen and Nicholas Clark of the C4I Center at George MPullenScreen Shot 2013-10-30 at 3.51.52 PM
Mason University received $17K from Truestone, LLC, and the U.S. Army for their project, “AMSO – Integrated Standards.”



02-17-2014
Bob Simon, of the C4I Center Simonat George Mason University, and research specialist in the field of distributed systems, networks, performance modeling and simulation, received $42K from VECTARE, Inc. and the U.S. Department of Defense for his project, “Stateless Machine to Machine Communication Phase III.”


02-17-2014
Duminda Wijisekera, Professor in the Computer Science Department Wijisekeraat George Mason University and a Visiting Research Scientist at the National Institute for Standards and Technology and researcher at the C4I Center, received $386K from Howard University and the U.S. Department of Transportation (FRA) for his project, “PTC Systems Identity Management.”


01-06-2014
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01-06-2014and Nickolas Clark received $88K from the Sierra Nevada Corporation and the Air Force Research Laboratory for his project “Academic PlugFest Follow-On Project.” The goal of this project is to to hold an rapid-integration software prototyping (“PlugFest”) competition with GMU students in May, 2014.


11-04-2013
SamMalekSam Malek Sam Malek of the C4I Center received $949K from DARPA for his project “Automated Security Testing of Mobile Applications”.
The Advancing Informal STEM Learning (AISL) program seeks to advance new approaches to and evidence-based understanding of the design and development of STEM learning in informal environments; provide multiple pathways for broadening access to and engagement in STEM learning experiences; advance innovative research on and assessment of STEM learning in informal environments; and develop understandings of deeper learning by participants. The AISL program supports five types of projects: (1) Pathways, (2) Research in Service to Practice, (3) Innovations in Development, (4) Broad Implementation, and (5) Conferences, Symposia, and Workshops.


09-30-2013
AHLevisAlex Levis received funding from Carnegie-Mellon University & U.S. Army. Alex Levis of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department received $75K from Carnegie-Mellon University and the U.S. Army for his project “Learning Resiliency in Multi-Level Systems Operating Under Multi-Level Security”.


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09-23-2013
Sam Malek, of the C4I Center, $360K from the Central Intelligence Agency for his project “An Automated Approach for Detecting and Mitigating Security Vulnerabilities in Mobile Applications”.


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09-16-2013
Alex Levis received $46K from Schafer Corp. & the Department of Homeland Security for his project “Global Nuclear Detection Architecture Development.”


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07-11-2013
Mark Pullen, Director of the C4I Center, received $50K from the Sierra Nevada Corporation for his project “Academic PlugFest Pilot.” The goal of this project is to to hold an experimental rapid-integration software prototyping (“PlugFest”) competition that will engage GMU students.


09-03-2013
photoTod Levitt received funding from Cycorp, Inc. and Missile Defense Agency
Tod Levitt of the C4I Center received $300K from Cycorp, Inc. and the Missile Defense Agency for his project “AIMSMART”–Adaptive, Interactive MDA Semantic Model-based Articulation of Required Technology for M&S.