Grants

  • Australian Research Council (ARC) (LIEF Program), “A large-scale distributed experimental facility for the internet of things.”, 2018. Budget: $348,026. (2nd Co-CI ).
  • Qatar Foundation (Qatar – Qatar National Research Fund – NPRP program), “Spatio-Temporal Composition of Sensor Cloud Services” (2nd CI: Bouguettaya), 2016-2019. Budget: US$897,990 (my share is US$310,440).
  • Australian Research Council (ARC) (Discovery Program), “Long-term Cloud Service Composition”, 2016-2018. Budget: $339,000.
  • Australian Research Council (ARC) (Discovery Program), “Reputation-based Trust Framework for Composed Services”, 2015-2017. Budget: $280,100.
  • Qatar Foundation (Qatar – Qatar National Research Fund – NPRP program), “Economic Models for QoS Optimization of Composite Cloud Services” (2nd CI: Bouguettaya), 2014-2017. Budget: US$899,990 (my share is US$265,554).
  • National Science Foundation of China (NSFC), “Methods and Key Technologies of Online Reliability Prediction for Service-Oriented Systems”, (co-CI: Bouguettaya), 2016-2020, Budget: RMB750,000.
  • Mornington Peninsula Shire: Development of a prototype RT driver, a software system: (CI: Bouguettaya). 2014. Budget: $25,000.
  • CSIRO: Data management service for the multimodal transport network, (CI: Bouguettaya). 2014. Budget: $17,000.
  • European Commission (EC) – FP7 ICT call 10 objective ICT-2013.1.5(e) Trustworthy ICT. “Authentication and Authorization for Entrusted Unions (AU2EU)”, CI, 2013-2015. Budget: 2,956,735 euros.
  • Australian Research Council (ARC), ARC Linkage Program, “ An Integrated and Real-time Passenger Travel and Public Transport Service Information System”, (1st CI: Bouguettaya), 2012-2015. Budget: $510,000. This grant was the largest grant awarded among all 8 grants awarded to RMIT for the 2012 round. 24
  • Mornington Peninsula Shire: Innovative Road Safety Technologies: (CI: Bouguettaya). 2013, Budget: $50,000.
  • National Science Foundation of China (NSFC), “Systems of Systems: Software Mechanisms and Methods based on Service Composition”, (co-CI: Bouguettaya), 2012-2017, Budget: RMB2,800,000.
  • National Science Foundation (NSF), Cyber-Trust Program, “CT-SG: Reputation Management for Web Services”, (PI: Bouguettaya). 2006-2009. Budget: $400,000.
  • National Institutes of Health (NIH) – Integrated Advanced Information Management Systems (IAIMS) program: Building Web Services Infrastructure for Senior Citizens, (PI: Bouguettaya): 2003-2006. Budget: $205,000. This project was the only one successful in its program category.
  • ARC Linkage International (Australia): Privacy-preserving Web Services Composition, (PI: Boualem Benatallah): 2004-2005. Budget: A$19,000.
  • Internet Technology Innovation Center (ITIC): Development and Deployment of Emergency Response and Dissemination Systems (ERDS) (PI: Chen): 2003. Budget: $10,000.
  • Commonwealth Information Security Center (CISC), Enforcing Security and Privacy in Next generation Digital Government Applications. 2001-2004. (PI: Bouguettaya) Budget: $204,955.
  • Tobacco Settlement Foundation (State of Virginia),Youth Smoking Prevention, (PI: D. Kafura), 2002- 2003. Budget: $240,000.
  • National Science Foundation (NSF), Distributed Ontologies for Middleware Support of State and Federal Social Services, (PI: A. Elmagarmid, Purdue Univ). 2000-2004. Budget: $500,000.
  • Virginia Tech’s Footprint Grant Scheme, (PI: A. Bouguettaya and D. Kafura). 2001-2004. Budget: $450,000.
  • Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Web-based Workflow Management Systems, 2001-2002. PI: A. Bouguettaya. Budget: $25,000.
  • Sun Microsystems AEG Equipment Research Grants, Design of Web-based Virtual Enterprise, 2000-2001. PI: A. Bouguettaya. Budget: $120,825.
  • HP University Grant, Building E-Services Using E-speak, (PI: A. Elmagarmid, Purdue University). 2000- 2001. Budget: $197,998
  • Usenix Scholar Program, on behalf of Mourad Ouzzani (PhD student) 2000-2001. PI: A. Bouguettaya. Budget: $21,000
  • Informix Software: Research Grant Program, Departmental software license. 2000.
  • IBM DB2 Software: IBM Grant Program, Departmental software license. 2000. 25
  • ARC SPIRT: Self-describing transactions operating in an open, heterogeneous and distributed environment QUT: (PI: A. Bouguettaya) 1999-2001, Budget: A$700,000. Industrial Partner, Star Systems. This grant was the largest grant awarded among all grants awarded to QUT for the 1999 round.
  • Large ARC Grant, An Extensible Framework for Interoperable Databases, PI: A. Bouguettaya, 1995- 1997, Budget: A$169,000. This grant was the largest grant awarded among all 9 grants awarded to QUT for the 1995 round.
  • Targeted Institutional Links for Research and Development With Japan (DEET R&D) : Interoperability of Information Systems, PI: M. Papazoglou, 1994-1995, Budget: A$84,000.
  • Small ARC Grant, Access to Database from Mobile Hosts, PI: A. Bouguettaya. 1998, Budget: A$ 10,700.
  • Seeding Grant, Contracts and Roles for Distributed Workflow Environments , PI: A. Bouguettaya, 1998, Budget: A$ 6,276.
  • QACHE Grant, An Extensible Framework for Interoperable Databases, PI: A. Bouguettaya, 1996-1997, Budget: A$36,546.
  • QUT/Industry Collaborative Research Grant, Development of a Testbed for Data Access over Satellite Channels” , A. Bouguettaya, Industry Partner: Boeing Australia Limited, 1999, Budget: A$25,000.