The group is supported by several grants from the National Science Foundation;
including a prestigious long-term NSF Young Investigator Award 1996-2002 (for
change management research), a multi-investigator grant with Prof. Matt Ward
1998 - 2001 (for large-scale data mining using visualization), a CISE
equipment grant with Profs. Ward and Cruz, an NSF research grant 2000-2003
(for data warehousing), and another multi-investigator grant with Prof. Matt
Ward 2001 - 2004 (for visual exploration for high-dimensional data sets).
We are also supported by industry in the form of grants, software and hardware contributions, and fellowships, in particular by IBM (with an IBM Partnership Award to Prof. Rundensteiner, and with several IBM Corporate Fellowships to Ph.d. students in the DSRG group), by Object Design Inc. (with PSE software contributions), by GTE Inc. (with a research grant supporting students), by GE (with a graduate student fellowship), and by Microsoft Corporation (with software contributions), by Verizon lab (with a research intern grant), and by HP labs (with a grass roots grant).
- Real-time fraud detection analytics for travel services, PI: Rundensteiner, Amadeus Corporation. Jan 2016 - Jan 2019.
- REU SITE: DATA SCIENCE RESEARCH FOR SAFE, SUSTAINABLE, AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES. PI: Rundensteiner and coPI Emdad, in collaboration with faculty from computer science and math. sciences. 2015 - 2018. $363,500.
- US Department of Education P200A150306: GAANN Fellowships to Support Data-Driven Computing Research, Elke A. Rundensteiner, $948,378.00, 2015-2018.
- NSF CNS: 305258 II-EN: Compute Infrastructure for Large-Scale Data Analytics, Mohamed Eltabakh, Elke A. Rundensteiner and Matt Ward, $189,952.00, 2013-2015.
- IIS - 1018443 III: Complex Event Analytics, Rundensteiner, Elke A. (PI). Fall 2010-2015.
- NSF 1018443 III: Complex Event Analytics, REU - Research Experiences for Undergraduates, 2011-2015.
- MQP projects on Scalable Fraud Detection and Complex Event Processing, ACI Worldwide.
- The MIT Lincoln Laboratory: Big data analytics for USTRANSCOM, Elke A. Rundensteiner. 2015-2016.
- NSF IIS 1343620 III: Small: Complex Event Analytics, REU Supplement, Elke A. Rundensteiner, $16,000, 2013-2014.
- NSF 1117139 CGV: Small: Model-Driven Visual Analytics on Streams, REU Supplement, Matt Ward, Elke A. Rundensteiner, Higgins, $16,000, 2013-2014.
- NSF 1117139 CGV: Small: Model-Driven Visual Analytics on Streams, Matt Ward, Elke A. Rundensteiner, Higgins, $497,000, 2011-2014.
- NSF CPA IIS-0917017, Interactive Stream Views: Visual Analysis of Streaming Data, Ward, Matt (PI) and Rundensteiner, Elke A. (co-PI), Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2008-2010.
- NSF IIS-0917017, Query Mesh - A Novel Paradigm for Query Processing, Elke A. Rundensteiner (PI). Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2009-2012.
- HP Lab Innovation Research Grant. Complex Event Analytics. 2009-2011.
- UMMS-WPI CCTS Collaborative Grant 2009/2011 for a collaboration between WPI and UMass Medical School on "Electronic Infection Control Reminders".
- NSF III-COR-Small: Managing Discoveries in Visual Analytics," Ward, Matt and Rundensteiner, Elke. Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2008-2011.
- NSF Grant; "Automata Meets Algebra: Towards an XML-Centric Stream Query System"; PI: Elke A. Rundensteiner, Co-PI: Murali Mani, $360,000; Sep 1, 2005 - Aug 31, 2008.
- NSF REU Supplement (Issues to give Research Experience to Undergraduates) to our NSF grant: "Automata Meets Algebra: Towards an XML-Centric Stream Query System"; PI: Elke A. Rundensteiner, Co-PI: Murali Mani, $12,000; Sep 1, 2006 - Aug 31, 2007
- NSF CRI (Equipment Grant): "High-Performance Infrastructure for Data-Intensive Stream Processing Technologies"; PI: Elke A. Rundensteiner, Co-PIs: Murali Mani, George T. Heineman, $100,000; Sep 1, 2006 - Aug 31, 2009
- NSF Grant, SERG : Research Experience for K12 (REK). PI. Elke A. Rundensteiner and co-PI Prof. N. Heffernan.2006-2008.
- Title: Automaton Meets Algebra: Towards an XML-Centric Stream Query System with Prof. M. Mani as co-PI.NSF Grant, Sept 1 2005 - Aug 31 2008. Jan 2004. $360,000
- Title: Quality in Visual Data Exploration. (with Prof. M. Ward as PI), NSF IDM. Jan 2004. $360,000
- IBM Eclipse Innovation Award, IBM $15,000. Jan. to Dec. 2004.
- CRA Distributed Mentor Project, CRA, Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research, Mentoring Undergraduate Women in Computing Research, NSF $6,000, for support for one female undergraduate student in Summer 2004 at WPI. TotalETL Inc., "Distributed robust data warehouse load technology using EJB'', $3,000. 2003 to 2004.
- Elke Rundensteiner and George Heineman "On-line Stream Monitoring Systems: Untethered Healthcare, Intrusion Detection, and Beyond''. WPI RDC grant. $8,900. July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2004.
- NIMA, Security Agency, PI: Matthew Ward and Co-PI: Elke Rundensteiner, Visual Exploration Tools, 2003- 2004. $100,000
- NSF, Interactive Systems and IDM Programs, PI: Matthew Ward and Co-PI: Elke Rundensteiner, Order, Spacing, and Clustering in Visual Exploration of Large Scale Data 2001 - 2004, $430,000.
- Sept. 2001 - May 2004. NSF IDM Program, "Data Warehouse Maintenance over Dynamic Distributed Sources'', NSF, 2000 - 2004, $225,000.
- HP, Grassroots Program, support collaborative work between WPI in the form of supporting one graduate student to conduct research of joint interest, Sept 2000 to March 2001, $22,000.
- Verizon Corporation (formerly known as GTE Inc), MQP project $4,000, 2000/2001 academic year.
- RDC Council, WPI, E-Commerce Database Activities, Aug 2000 -- 2001, $10,500.
- Verizon Corporation (formerly known as GTE Inc), support collaborative work between GTE and WPI by a graduate student on web data management. $35,000, Aug. 1999 -- Sept. 2001.
- CRA Distributed Mentor Project, NSF, (jointly with Professor Isabel Cruz). $10,000 to support two female undergraduate students to participate in web database research project at WPI, Summer 1999
- REU supplement, NSF Young Investigator Award, NSF, 1999/2000, $10,000. Funding for two undergraduate students.
- "Hierarchical Visualization Techniques for Data Mining'', NSF, Interactive Systems and IDM Programs, PI: Matthew Ward and Co-PI: Elke Rundensteiner, August 1998 - July 2001, $321,651.
- GTE Corporation, MA, support collaborative work between GTE and WPI by a graduate student on topics of Meta Data Management, $30,000, Oct 1998 - May 2000.
- NSF Young Investigator Award, NSF, Sep. 1994 - Aug. 2000, $125,000 of base funding, plus additional matching funding of $37,500 per year. (moved all funds starting year 3 to WPI from University of Michigan.)
- CISE Research Instrumentation: Large-Scale Data Visualization and Management, NSF, PI: Matthew Ward, Co-PIs: Elke Rundensteiner, Isabel Cruz. $100,000 (including $32,000 matching funds from WPI), for equipment, Jan 1, 1998 - Dec 31, 1999.
- IBM Corporate Fellowship, for graduate student (Li Chen), Corporate IBM, $12,000 per year plus tuition, Sept 1998 - Aug. 2001.
- CRA Distributed Mentor Project, NSF, $10,000, to support two female undergraduate students to participate in DB research project at WPI, Summer 1998.
- REU supplement NSF Young Investigator Award, NSF, $10,000. 1998/99, Funding for two undergraduate students.
- International Joint Research Project on Cooperative Information Systems, (Project leader: Yahiko Kambayashi) P.I.s: Yahiko Kambayashi (Project leader, Kyoto U), Eric Neuhold (GMD-IPSI, Tech U of Darmstadt), Rao Kotagiri (U of Melborn), Elke Rundensteiner (WPI), Mukesh Mohania (U of South Australia), Shin'ichi Konomi (Kyoto U). submitted to the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture, Japan. 1998-2000.
- "MDARTS: A multiprocessor database architecture for real-time systems,'' (with K. G. Shin as primary PI), $302,431 for Sept. 1995 -- Aug. 98 (moved a subcontract of $54,000 moved from University of Michigan to WPI).
- IBM Research Partnership Award, "Active Electronic Catalogs'', Corporate IBM, $20,000 per year, Sept 1996 - Aug. 1997.
- REU supplement, NSF Young Investigator Award, NSF, May 1996 - May 1997, $5,000. Funding for one undergraduate student.