Computer Science

Active Grants

Please visit each faculty member’s research website to learn more about his or her activities.

Tomasz Arodz

  • “CAREER: Optimizing Learning Models for Interpretation of Heterogeneous Biological Data” – NSF
  • "A Multi-'omic Analysis of the Vaginal Microbiome during Pregnancy" - NIH

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Eyuphan Bulut

  • “US Ignite: Collaborative Research: Focus Area 1: Rapid and Resilient Critical Data Sourcing for Public Safety and Emergency Response" (in collaboration with Milos Manic)” – NSF

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Wei Cheng

  • “Collaborative Research: CyberSEES: Type 1: A Pilot Study on Cognitive Acoustic Underwater Networks (CAUNet) for Sustainable Ocean Monitoring and Exploration” – NSF
  • "I-Corps: Rapid Localization Platform for Self-Organized Networking Systems" - NSF

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Kostadin Damevski

  • “Mining RobotStudio IDE Interaction Data” - ABB, Inc.
  • “Launching CS Principles in Southside and Central Virginia’s Resource Constrained School Districts” - Google CS4HS
  • “Mining Developer Communications to Create a Web-Scale Repository of Documented and Analyzable Snippets” - DARPA

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Debra Duke

  • "Collaborative Research: Engaged Student Learning - Design and Development Level II: Using a Cyberlearning Environment to Improve Student Learning and Engagement in Software Courses" - NSF

Carol Fung

  • "DroidNet: Android Application Security through Crowdsourcing" - VCU Innovation Gateway

Sevag Gharibian

  • "AF: Small: Exact algorithms for the quantum satisfiability problem" – NSF
  • "AF: Small: Approximation algorithms for the quantum mechanical problems" - NSF

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Preetam Ghosh

  • “Dynamic modeling and computational analysis of biological signaling networks and their evaluation using the NS-2 software framework” – US Army-ERDC
  • "Reverse Engineering the robustness of biological signaling networks" – US Army-ERDC

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Lukasz Kurgan

  • “III: Small: High-Throughput Annotation of Cellular Functions of Intrinsic Disorder in Proteins” – NSF

Milos Manic

  • US Ignite: Collaborative Research: Focus Area 1: Rapid and Resilient Critical Data Sourcing for Public Safety and Emergency Response - NSF (Eyuphan Bulut PI, Milos Manic Co-PI)
  • “Computational Intelligence Based Optimization and Control for Reliability and Product Quality in Biomass,” – Department of Energy/Idaho National Laboratory
  • “INL Fleet and simulator support” – Department of Energy/Idaho National Laboratory
  • “Demonstrating Hybrid Heat Transport and Energy Conversion System Performance Characterization Using Intelligent Control Systems” – Nuclear Energy University Program

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