Grants/Awards

Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) Research Grant, PDF salary support, “Synthetic protein design for human health and agriculture”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2016-2018, $32,000.

SOSCIP Research Grant, PDF salary support, “Synthetic protein design for human health and agriculture”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2016-2018, $50,000.

IBM Canada Research Grant, PDF salary support, “Synthetic protein design for human health and agriculture”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2016-2018, $25,000.

SOSCIP individual resource allocation, Blue Gene/Q, 32768 cores ($120,000), Investigator: F. Dehne, 2016.

Compute Canada Resource Allocation Grant, “High Performance Protein Interaction Prediction”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2014, 5400 core years ($1,890,000#).

SOSCIP individual resource allocation, Blue Gene/Q, 32768 cores, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2013.

IBM Center for Advanced Studies Canada, CAS Research Project, “Scalable High Performance OLAP On Cloud Architectures”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2013-2016, $84,000.

NSERC Equipment Grant (RTI), Investigators: F. Dehne*, J. Green, 2013, $15,000.

Compute Canada Resource Allocation Grant, “High Performance Protein Interaction Prediction”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2013, 1899 core years ($664,000#).

IBM Canada Research Impact Of The Year Award (for our work on parallel real-time data analytics), F. Dehne & H. Zaboli, 2012.

NSERC Discovery Accelerator Supplement1, ”Auto-tuned parallel algorithms for multi-core/many-core processor clusters” (including the use of such methods for big data analytics), Investigator: F. Dehne, 2011-2014, $120,000.

NSERC Discovery Grant, ”Auto-tuned parallel algorithms for multi-core/many-core processor clusters” (including the use of such methods for big data analytics), Investigator: F. Dehne, 2011-2016, $245,000.

IBM Center for Advanced Studies Canada, CAS Research Project, “Parallel online analytical processing”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2010-2013, $84,000.

Carleton University Research Achievement Award, 2012, $15,000.

MITACS Elevate Grant, “Parallel computational weld mechanics”, Investigator: F. Dehne, Industry Sponsor: Goldak Inc., 2010-2012, $140,000.

NSERC Discovery Grant, ”Parallel algorithms for multi-core & many-core processor clusters”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2010/11, $25,000.

MITACS/Flagstone Grant ”Executing the Quartz CAT analysis engine on a Cell processor based cluster”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2008, $17,500.

Ontario Research Fund (ORF) Research Excellence Program Grant, ”Innovative research using high performance computing”, Investigators: Brabec, Dehne, Edgecombe*, Ferrall, McDonald, Mewhort, Moore, Nichol, Robbie, Sankoff, Thomson, 2007, $11,538,915.

NSERC Discovery Grant, ”Coarse grained parallel algorithms”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2006-2010, $172,000.

ARC Discovery Grant, ”Coarse grained parallel algorithms”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2005, $76,000.

ARC E-Science Grant, ”Infrastructure for largescale data resource sharing between research institutions an environmental case study”, Investigators: M.E. Orlowska*, X. Zhou, D.V. Puller, F. Dehne, J.L. Hunter, H. Schmidt, 2005, $130,000.

Queensland Parallel Supercomputing Foundation (Australia), HPC Infrastructure Grant, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2004, $200,000.

ARC Research Network in Enterprise Information Infrastructure (Australia), Investigators: M. Orlwoska* et.al., 2004-2006, $480,000.

NSERC Major Facilites Access Grant, HPC Infrastructure, Investigators: HPCVL Consortium, 2003, $396,000.

NSERC Equipment Grant (processor cluster), ”A testbed for data intensive, scalable parallel algorithms for data warehousing”, Investigators: F. Dehne*, A. RauChaplin, 2002, $87,000.

NSERC Discovery Grant, ”Coarse grained parallel algorithms”, Investigator: F. Dehne, 2000-2005, $220,000 (5x$44,000).

Canada Foundation For Innovation (CFI), HPC Infrastructure, Investigators: HPCVL Consortium, 2000, $4,949,000.

Ontario Research and Development Challenge Fund (ORDCF), HPC Infrastructure, Investigators: HPCVL Consortium, 1999, $21,847,800.

NATO, Project CRG971467, Investigators: F. Dehne, A. Ferreira (INRIA), F. Luccio (U. Pisa), Canada-France-Italy, 1999, $10,000.

IBM, HPC Infrastructure, Investigators: HPCVL Consortium, 1998, $1,000,000.

Carleton University Research Achievement Award, 1999, 1 year release from teaching.

NSERC Discovery Grant, Investigator: F. Dehne, 1999/2000, $43,313.

Interactive Visual Systems Inc., Ottawa, graduate student support, Investigator: F. Dehne, 1998, $8,000.

NSERC Discovery Grant, Investigator: F. Dehne, 1996-1999, $123,750 (3x$41,250).

International Visitor Scholarship, State of Sao Paulo, Brasil, Investigator: F. Dehne, 1995, $12,000.

NSERC University/Industry Grant, Investigators: F. Dehne, D. Krizanc, J.-R. Sack*, E. Otoo, 1994, $350,000.

Brasilean Federal Research Council, International Visitor Scholarship, Investigator: F. Dehne, 1993, $10,000.

NSERC Discovery Grant, Investigator: F. Dehne, 1992-1996, $120,000 (4x$30,000).

Carleton University Research Achievement Award, 1993, 1 year release from teaching.

Intel Research Partnership Grant, Investigators: S. Dandamudi*, F. Dehne*, J. Goldak*, E. Otoo, J.-R. Sack, N. Santoro, 1992, $90,000.

Carleton University, Equipment Grant, Investigators: S. Dandamudi*, F. Dehne*, J. Goldak*, E. Otoo, J.-R. Sack, N. Santoro, 1992, $200,000.

NSERC Discovery Grant, Investigator: F. Dehne, 1989-1992, $72,798 (3x$24,266).

Carleton University Infrastructure Grant, Investigators: F. Dehne, E. Otoo*, N. Santoro*, J. Neilson, $12,000, 1988.

Carleton University Infrastructure Grant, Investigators: F. Dehne, W. LaLonde, J.-R. Sack*, D. Thomas, 1988, $10,000.

NSERC Discovery Grant, Investigator: F. Dehne, 1987-1989, $34,000 (2x$17,000).

NSERC Equipment Grant, Investigators: F. Dehne, J. Neilson, J. Oommen, E. Otoo*, N. Santoro*, D. Thomas, 1987, $80,000.

Carleton University Research Excellence Fund, Investigators: F. Dehne, J. Neilson, J. Oommen, E. Otoo*, N. Santoro*, D. Thomas, 1986, $33,000.

1For each annual Canadian Discovery Grant competition, NSERC selects a very small number of the top ranked Discovery Grant projects and provides those researchers a Discovery Accelerator Supplement: an additional funding amount to accelerate their research.