Brett Fleisch's Funding

  1. Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Student Travel Support for the 23rd ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles, CISE/CNS, Operating Systems and Distributed Systems, June 2011-June 2012, $24,700.
  2. Principal Investigator, Mesaurement and Analysis of Spyware in Government Systems, Academic Senate Research Funds, 7/1/05 - 6/30/06, $1366.
  3. Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, IPA Assignment, CISE/CNS, Operating Systems and Distributed Systems, 3/05-4/06, $126,008.
  4. Principal Investigator, A Security Testbed for Trusted Privacy Preserving Data Mining, Academic Senate Research Funds, 7/1/04 - 6/30/05, $1300.
  5. Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, IPA Assignment, CISE/CNS, Operating Systems and Distributed Systems, 4/04/-3/05, $117,261.
  6. Principal Investigator, Riverside Division, Academic Senate, Student Migrant, $250.
  7. Award Recipient, Academic Senate Research Funds, 7/1/02-6/30/03, $1300
  8. PI, Deganit Armon (Co-PI), University of California College Preparatory Initiative Program, "Advanced Placement Computer Science Course", $25,000 , July 01-June 02.
  9. Award Recipient, Academic Senate Research Funds, Power Management for Computing Clusters, $1200 , Nov 01-October 02.
  10. Co-PI with Michael Franz (UC Irvine),  Office of Naval Research, A Comprehensive Context for Mobile-Code Deployment, $1,075,833, May 01-April 04.
  11. Award Recipient, Academic Senate Research Funds for 00/01, $1300.00, July 2000.
  12. PI Principal Investigator, Sun Microsystems, Operating System Source Code Quality Assessment, $109,486 plus equipment valued at $65K , March 15, 2000-March 14, 2001.
  13. Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Power Management for Computing Clusters, $67,670 , November 11, 2000-December 31, 2001.
  14. Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, REU Supplement, "High Availability, Reliability and False Sharing Reduction Techniques for Workstation Clusters," $5,000 May 12, 1999- May 11, 2000.
  15. Award Recipient, Academic Senate Research Funds for 99/00, $1250.00, July 1, 1999.
  16. Principal Investigator, Nortel Networks, Reliable DSM Toolkit, $36,693 , 3/1/99-12/31/99.
  17. Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, REU Supplement, "High Availability, Reliability and False Sharing Reduction Techniques for Workstation Clusters," $5,000 May 12, 1998- May 11, 1999.
  18. Co-Investigator, Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need Program, US Department of Education, with Thomas H Payne, Vassilis J Tsotras, Marek Chrobak and Mart Molle, $351,398, 8/15/98-8/14/01.
  19. Award Recipient, Academic Senate Research Funds for 98/99, $700.00, June 1, 1998.
  20. Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, REU Supplement, "High Availability, Reliability and False Sharing Reduction Techniques for Workstation Clusters," $5,000 December 1, 1997- November 30, 1998.
  21. Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, "High Availability, Reliability and False Sharing Reduction Techniques for Workstation Clusters," $170,030 September 1, 1997- August 31, 2000.
  22. Principal Investigator, UC Micro Program, "High Availability and High Reliability for Clusters of Workstations", $17,846 , July 1, 1997-June 30, 1998.
  23. Award Recipient, Academic Senate Research Funds for 97/98, $800.00, June 1, 1997.
  24. Principal Investigator, Hewlett-Packard Corporation, "High Availability and High Reliability for Clusters of Workstations," $212,794 (in equipment), March 1997.
  25. Donation Recipient, Microsoft Corporation, 2 copies, MS Office(7.0) Professional with Bookshelf & Access 95.
  26. Donation Recipient, Magnon Associates, $500 .
  27. Donation Recipient, Computer Marketplace Incorporated, $6030 .
  28. Principal Investigator, UC Micro Program, "Distributed Shared Memory for Mobile Computing", July 1995-June 1996, $26,790 .
  29. Award Recipient, Regents Faculty Fellowship Stipend, $1200.00 .
  30. Donation Recipient, Locus Computer Corporation, $1500 in equipment.
  31. Principal Investigator, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), "Distributed Shared Memory for Mobile Computing", August 1995 - August 1998, $15,000.
  32. Principal Investigator, Computer Marketplace Corporation, "The CMP2 Project : Parallel
    Processing Technology for Business Applications", July 1995-September 1995, $9,039 .
  33. Recipient, University of California, Riverside, Committee on Research, August 1995, $500 .
  34. Principal Investigator, LAN Performance Laboratories, "High Speed 100 Megabit Ethernet", September 1994, 2 boards donated, in equipment.
  35. Principal Investigator, Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), "Workstation Farms Decomposition and Execution Software", March 1994, $105,987 , (in equipment).
  36. Principal Investigator, Summer Research and Instruction Support Competition, Summer 1993, Chancellor's Office University of California, Riverside, $1400 .
  37. Donation Recipient, Microsoft, "Windows NT Software Development Kit CD and Documentation", Final Version, August 1993, several versions, $1000 .
  38. Principal Investigator, NSF, "Reliable Distributed Shared Memory"September 15, 1992 - September 14, 1995, $189,908 .
  39. Principal Investigator, University of California Riverside, Complement Funds,July 1, 1992-June 30, 1994, $142,000.
  40. Co-Principal Investigator, LEQSF, "Research and Instruction Enhancement Through Parallel Processing",with Cris Koutsougeras, and Robert Goldman.    June 1, 1991 - May 31, 1992, $140,000 .
  41. Principal Investigator, NSF, "Distributed Shared Memory Performance" (Supplement). June 1, 1991 - May 31, 1992, $10,000.
  42. Principal Investigator, NSF, "Distributed Shared Memory Performance", with M.Benard & J. Hassell, June 1, 1990 - May 30, 1991, $34,036 .
  43. Principal Investigator, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), "Scaling Distributed Shared Memory", June 1, 1990 - May 30, 1992, $241,130 (+  additional equipment ).
  44. Principal Investigator, COR, Tulane University, "The Design of A Fault Tolerant Distributed Shared Memory"Summer 1990, $3,000 .