Funding

  • $350,000 Australian Research Council Discovery Grant for a project entitled “Ontology based agent oriented development methodologies” (with G. Low, B. Henderson-Sellers and G. Beydoun).
  • $153,000 Australian Research Council Large Grant for a project entitled “Formal methods in software requirements engineering” (with J. Davis).
  • $184,000 Australian Research Council Discovery Grant for a project entitled “Intelligent information assimilation” (with A. Nayak, N. Foo and M. Pagnucco).
  • $240,000 Australian Research Council Linkage Project Grant ($160,000 cash and $80,000 in-kind) for a project entitled “Integrated constraint-based planning and scheduling” in collaboration with BHP Steel.
  • $197,300 Australian Research Council Linkage Project Grant ($137,300 in cash and $60,000 in-kind) for a project entitled “Optimizing steel industry supply chains through constraint- and market-oriented programming” in collaboration with BHP Steel.
  • $82,000 Australian Research Council Linkage Project Grant (APAI only) for a project entitled “Agent-oriented conceptual modelling” in collaboration with NSW State Emergency Services (joint with R. Clarke and P. Hyland).
  • $198,000 Australian Research Council Collaborative Grant (SPIRT) ($148,00 in cash and $50,000 in kind), for a collaborative project entitled “Robust reactive constraint-based scheduling” to be conducted with BHP-IT (jointly held with Joseph Davis and Li-Yen Shue).
  • 1.5 million yen grant from the Japanese Research Institute for Advanced Information Technology (AITEC)(formerly known as ICOT – the institute that led the Japanese Fifth Generation project) for a project entitled “Anytime hypothetical reasoning”.
  • $15,000 (approx.) grant from the Canadian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council on “Development of a Canadian/Australian research collaboration in constraint programming and non-monotonic reasoning” (joint with W. S. Havens, R. G. Goebel, N. Foo, M. Pagnucco, M. Horsch).
  • $42,000 Australian Research Council IREX grant for a project entitled “Integrating non-monotonic reasoning and constraint programming” (with Norman Foo, University of New South Wales, Maurice Pagnucco, Macquarie University, Bill Havens, Simon Fraser University and Randy Goebel, University of Alberta).
  • $500,000 (approx.) grant from the Cooperative Research Center for Smart Services for a project entitled “Strategic alignment of services”.
  • $750,000 grant for “Oncology Informatics” from Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District
  • $114,000 grant for “Data mining in radiation oncology” from South Western Sydney Local Health District
  • $100,000 grant for “Predicting hazardous software components using deep learning” from Samsung (joint with H. Dam, T. Tran and J. Grundy)
  • $6762 Australian Research Council Small Grant for a project entitled “Constraint retraction: Semantics and applications”.
  • $6000 Australian Research Council Small Grant for a project entitled “Agent-based requirements engineering”.
  • $5000 Australian Research Council Small Grant for a project entitled “Reverse engineering legacy information systems using flexible plan specifications”.
  • $10,000 Australian Research Council Small Grant for a project entitled “Formal specification languages for intelligent agents”.
  • $18,000 University of Wollongong Industry Links Grant with CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences for a project entitled “Cooperative problem solving in multi-agent systems”.
  • $14,000 University of Wollongong Industry Links Grant with BHP Steel for a project entitled “Robust applications of constraint programming in operations planning”.
  • $10,000 University of Wollongong ARC “near miss” grant.
  • $7000, University of Wollongong, Faculty of Commerce Internal Grant.
  • $4,500 University of Wollongong, Faculty of Commerce Internal Grant for a project on intelligent scheduling.
  • $2,000 University of Wollongong, Faculty of Commerce Internal Grant for a project on requirements engineering.
  • $2,000 University of Wollongong, University Research Council New Staff Grant.
  • $20,421 University of Wollongong Research Infrastructure Block Grant to the Decision Systems Lab for 1998-99 (jointly held with J. Davis and L.-Y. Shue).
  • $18,685 University of Wollongong Research Infrastructure Block Grant to the Decision Systems Lab for 1999-2000 (jointly held with J. Davis and L.-Y. Shue).
  • $17,000 Research Contract with Pillar Administration.
  • $15,000 University of Wollongong New Partnerships Grant.