• PI, ³NeTS: Resource-Aware Crowdsourcing inWireless Networks,² NSF,
    $503,522, 10/1/2014-9/30/2017
  • PI, ³NeTS: Small: Network-CentricMobile Cloud Computing,² NSF, $237,500,
    10/1/2015-9/30/2018
  • PI, ³NeTS: Resilient and Efficient Data Access in Cognitive Radio
    Networks,² NSF, $460,762, 10/1/2013-12/31/2016
  • PI (With T. La Porta), ³NeTS: Small: Efficient Energy-Aware Web Browsing
    in Wireless Networks,² NSF, $406,000, 9/1/2012-8/31/2015
  • Co-PI (with other 15 people), Collaborative Technology Alliance Network
    Sciences Communications Network Academic Research Center, $35M. 2009-2019
  • Co-PI (with La Porta, Swami), State Estimation and Optimal Recovery in
    networks with Massive Disruption and Cascading Failures, DTRA, $1.6
    million, 8/10­5/16
  • Co-PIModels for Enabling Continuous Reconfigurability of Secure Missions (MACRO) Cyber-Security Collaborative Research Alliance (CRA), Army Research Laboratory, $24.1 million ($48.2 million with renewal), 9/20/2013-9/19/2023 (renewable at 5 years), Collaborators: PSU, Carnegie Mellon, Indiana, UC Davis, UC Riverside, ARL, CERDEC.
  • PI, National Science Foundation (TWC: Medium: Collaborative Research), CNS-1408880, Retrofitting Software for Defense-in-Depth, September 2014-August 2018.
  • Co-PI, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, VET Program, Vetting Whole COTS Systems for Safety Against Malicious Functionality, October 2013-September 2017.
  • PI, Army CERDEC subcontract via Telcordia, Security Mobile Communications Program, October 2012-April 2014.
  • PI, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Information Flow Integrity for Systems of Independently-Developed Components, April 2012-March 2015.
  • PI, National Science Foundation (TC:Small), CNS-1117692, Towards Customer-Centric Utility Computing, September 2011-August 2016.
  • PIModels for Enabling Continuous Reconfigurability of Secure Missions (MACRO) Cyber-Security Collaborative Research Alliance (CRA), Army Research Laboratory, $24.1 million ($48.2 million with renewal), 9/20/2013-9/19/2023 (renewable at 5 years), Collaborators: PSU, Carnegie Mellon, Indiana, UC Davis, UC Riverside, ARL, CERDEC.
  • PIGoogle Faculty Research Award, Plotting a Map of Android Inter-App Communication, Google, $50,000, 3/1/2012-2/28/2013, Collaborators: PSU (McDaniel), TU Darmstadt (Bodden), University of Luxembourg (Traon).
  • PITWC: Medium: Collaborative: Extending Smart-Phone Application Analysis, NSF (CNS), $1,386,518 (plus 16k REU supplement) (PSU award $534,748), 8/1/2012-7/31/2014, Collaborators: PSU (McDaniel), Wisconsin (Jha).
  • Co-PITC: Medium: Collaborative Research: Building Trustworthy Applications for Mobile Devices, NSF (CNS), $1,386,518 (PSU award $350,000), 8/1/2011-7/31/2014, Collaborators: PSU (McDaniel), Wisconsin (Banerjee, Jha, Swift).
  • Collaborative Technology Alliance Network Sciences Communications Network Academic Research Center, Overall PI and Center Director ARL, $35M, 2009–2018 (renewed in 2014). (Penn State Amount for 9/08–9/16 is $7.7M).
  • HDTRA1-10-1-0085: State Estimation and Optimal Recovery in networks with Massive Disruption and Cascading Failures, PI (Co-PI: Cao and Swami [US-ARL]), Defense Threat Reduction Agency, (option years added in 2014) $1,650,000, 8/10–5/16.
  • International Technology Alliance, US Army Research Lab & UK Ministry of Defense, PI, $2.5M, 5/06–5/16.    Collaborative Research Alliance, Co-PI (PI: McDaniel), ARL, up to $48M ($600K for La Porta), 2013–2022.
  • Co-PI (50%), Google Faculty Research Award. Privacy Aspects of Deep Learning. PI: Vitaly Shmatikov (Cornell). Fall 2015–, $60,000.
  • Co-PI (50%), Sloan Foundation Research Award. Practical Algorithms for Interactive Private Data Analysis, with Applications to False Discovery Control. PI: Aaron Roth. Fall 2015–2018, $494,015.
  • PI (50%), US National Science Foundation Award #1447700. BIGDATA: F: DKA: Scalable, Private Algorithms for Continual Data Analysis. Co-PI: Sofya Raskhodnikova. Fall 2014–2018, $500,000.
  • Co-PI (50%), Google Faculty Research Award. Detailed Streaming Analytics: Privacy Measurement and Algorithms. PI: Daniel Kifer. Fall 2013–, $256,000.
  • Co-PI, NSF CNS-1408826 medium project: Retrofitting Software for Defense-in-Depth. PI Trent Jaeger at Penn State, Co-PI Vinod Ganapathy at Rutgers, and Co-PI Christian Skalka at U. of Vermont), $1,200,000, 2014–2018.
  • PI, AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory) FA8750-14-C-0179. SLICE: Secure Lightweight Cloud Computing Environment. Subcontract from Intelligent Automation, Inc., $30,000. 2014–2015.
  • PI, NSF CCF-1217710: Reusable Tools for Formal Modeling of Machine Code. $258,785, 2012–2015.
  • PI, NSF CAREER CCF-1149211: User-Space Protection Domains for Compositional Information Security. NSF, $483,125, 2012–2017.

PLDI’15 Distinguished Paper Award, 2015.

  • Co-PI, SHF: Small: Towards Obfuscation-Resilient Software Plagiarism Detection, CCF-1320605, Project Dates: 8/1/2013 – 7/31/2016,  $500,000. Co-PIs: D. Wu and P. Liu.
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