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A. Gupta, K. Maly, "Dominion Enterprises Intern," ($20,200), Dominion Enterprises, April 2008 to October 2008.

A. Gupta, K. Maly, "Raytheon Eagle and MMIX 2008," ($60,000), Raytheon Corporation, February 2008 to December 2008.

K. Maly, M. Zubair, S. Zeil, "Automated Extraction of Metadata for GPO," ($84,700), DTIC, 2008.

K. Maly, M. Zubair, S. Zeil, "Processes and Tools for Extracting Metadata," ($84,371), DTIC, 2008.

M. Zubair, "Information Management for Chesapeake Bay Program," ($25,789), CBP, January 2008 to June 2009.

J. Crouch, "Development of Interactive Circulation Models for Classroom Use," Minnesota Sea Grant, July 2007 - June 2009.

A. Gupta, K. Maly, "Dominion Enterprises Security," ($20,200), Dominion Enterprises, November 2007 to October 2008.

K. Maly, H. Wu, M. Zubair, "Collaborative Classification of Large, Growing Collections with Evolving Facets," ($147,573), NSF, 2008. September 2007 to September 2009 ($403,570).

K. Maly, H. Wu, M. Zubair: DTIC, "Processes and Tools for Extracting Metadata", $54,726, 2007.

K. Maly, M. Zubair, R. Mukkamala, "Autonomic Approach to Change Management and Reservation of IT Resources in a Virtual Computing Lab Environment," ($25,000), IBM, 2007.

K. Maly, M. Zubair, M. Nelson: NSF, "Kepler, A Communal Digital Library", $200,000, 2007.

K. Maly, M. Zubair, S. Zeil: NASA, "Extracting Metadata and Structure from NASA Technical Documents Collections", $34,000, 2007.

K. Maly, M. Zubair, R. Mukkamala: IBM, "Automating IT Infastructure Management Processes in a Typical University Environment", $40,000, 2007.

K. Maly, M. Zubair, S. Zeil: DTIC, "Tools for Extracting Metadata and Structure from DTIC Technical Documents Collections using XML Technology", $16,828, 2007.

K. Maly, M. Zubair, R. Mukkamala: IBM, "Autonomic Approach to Change Management and Reservation of IT Resources in a Virtual Computing Lab Environment", $25,000, 2007.

K. Maly, M. Zubair, S. Zeil: DTIC, "Automated Extracting of Metadata for GPO", $84,700, 2007.

M. L. Nelson, "Tools for a Preservation-Ready Web," ($149,941), Library of Congress, 2007-2008.

M. L. Nelson, "CAREER: Self-Preserving Digital Objects," ($540,754), NSF, 2007-2011.

M. L. Nelson: NSF, CAREER: Self-Preserving Digital Objects, $540,754, from 2007 to 2011.

M. Weigle, K. Jeffay, P. Barford, "Collaborative Research: CRI-CRD: Synthetic Traffic Generation Tools and Resources: A Community Resource for Experimental Networking Research," ($201,794), NSF (CNS 0709058), August 2007 - August 2010.

M. Weigle, S. Olariu, A. Khattak, "NeTS-WN: An Architecture for the Notification of Traffic Incidents and Congestion (NOTICE)," ($400,000), NSF (CNS 0721586), August 2007 - August 2010.

M. Weigle and S. Olariu: NSF, "An Architecture for the Notification of Traffic Incidents and Congestion (NOTICE)", $400,000, August 2007 to August 2010.

M. Weigle: NSF, "Synthetic Traffic Generation Tools and Resources: A Community Resource for Experimental Networking Research", $800,000 ($200,000 ODU), August 2007 to August 2010, with University of North Carolina, University of Wisconsin, and University of California-San Diego.

S. J. Zeil, K. Maly, and M. Zubair: DTIC, Tools For Extracting Metadata And Structure From DTIC Technical Documents Collections Using XML Technology, $16,828, 2007(continuation).

M. Zubair: CBP, Information Management for Chesapeake Bay Program, $24,000, 2007.

J. Creedon and R. Mukkamala: Evaluation and Analysis of Airspace Systems Operational Improvement Concepts, $120,000, November 2006 to May 2007.

M. L. Nelson: NSF, SGER: In Vivo Digital Preservation, $101,895, from 2006 to 2007.

A. Pothen: ODU Office of Research, A prototype of the Human-virus interactome resource, $95K, January 2006 to August 2006.

A. Pothen: Combinatorial Scientific Computing and Petascale Simulations (CSCAPES) Institute, DOE, $2 million, October 2006 to September 2011 with supporting organizations as Old Dominion University, Sandia National Lab, Argonne National Lab, Ohio State and Colorado State.

M. Zubair, K. Maly, and R. Mukkamala: IBM, Automating IT Infrastructure Management Processes in a Typical University Environment, $40,000, from 2006 to 2007.

C.E. Grosch & A.E. Tejada-Martinez; Co-Pis A.E. Tejada-Martinez is Grosch's Post-Doc at CCPO. Studies in Time-Varying, Forced Turbulent Flow, and Temporally Filtered Large Eddy Simulation. February 17, 2005 to February 16, 2007, NASA, $102,147.00 with $49,894.00 funded for the first year.

A. Pothen: received a $200,000 NSF grant for Problems in Combinatorial Scientific Computing from August 1, 2005 to July 31, 2008.

J. Brunelle, J. Morris, and D. Ray (participants) The INSITE Project: Increasing Success in Information Technology Education, an ODU/NSU Collaborative Research Project Designed to Increase the Retention of Women and Minorities in Computer Science, NSF, (2004-2008).

I. Levinstein was recently awarded multi-year subcontracts on major grants to Northern Illinois University and The University of Memphis. The parent grants are both from the Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences. The $1,560,000 grant to Keith Millis and Joe Magliano at Northern Illinois is for the development of Reading Strategy Assessment Tools using a novel approach to assess students in the midst of reading. Dr. Levinstein is the sole PI on the subcontract to NIU for $433,000 over 4 years. The $1,770,000 grant to Danielle McNamara at Memphis is for the continued development of iSTART: Interactive Strategy Training for Active Reading and Thinking, a tool that teaches higher order reading skills. Dr. Levinstein is the sole PI on the subcontract to the University of Memphis for $313,000 over 3 years, (2004-2008).