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External Funding

Sponsor Title Amount Dates
U.S. Dept. of Energy, ASA/EIA Fellowship Program (sole PI) Accelerating NEMS Convergence Using Theoretical and Numerical Methods $32,250 Summer
2001
National Science Foundation (sole PI) Computational Methods for Equilibrium Problems with Micro-Level Data $239,131 09/01/2001-
08/31/2005
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Optimization of Distribution of Malodorous Products $34,000 01/01/2003-
12/31/2003
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Optimization of Distribution of Malodorous Products $45,844 10/01/2003-
09/30/2004
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Statistical Modeling of Biosolids Odor Levels $60, 822 10/01/2003-
09/30/2004
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Statistical Modeling of Biosolids Odor Levels $40,000 10/01/2004-09/30/2005
National Science Foundation (sole PI) Methods and Models for Stochastic Energy Market Equilibria $273,501 08/01/2004-
07/31/2008
National Science Foundation (co-PI, S. Gabriel 20%,
PI, S. Milner, co-PIs, C. Davis, M. Shayman)
PROWIN: Broadband Optical/ RF Wireless Networks with Topology and Diversity Control $120,000
S. Gabriel
($600,000
total project)
09/01/2004-
08/31/2007
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Optimization of Distribution of Malodorous Products $40,000 01/01/2005-
09/30/2005
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Multiobjective Optimization Modeling to Balance Biosolids Odors and Costs $42,382 10/01/05-
09/30/06
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Statistical Modeling of Biosolids Odor Levels $42,977 10/01/05-
09/30/06
Maryland Department of the Environment (co-PI) Study of Economic and Energy Impacts of RGGI Participation $371,487 07/01/06-
04/30/07
Chevron (sole PI) Methods and Models for Petroleum Supply Chain $25,000 08/09/06-
09/30/06
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Multiobjective Optimization Modeling to Balance Biosolids Odors and Costs $25,000 10/01/06-
09/30/07
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Statistical Modeling of Biosolids Odor Levels $25,000 10/01/06-
09/30/07
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, TransCoop Program (co-PI)

Study of Energy Markets, Methods, and International Conference , co-PI with Christian von Hirschhausen (Germany), David Fuller (Canada)

€42,800

three years starting summer 2007

District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Statistical Modeling of Biosolids Odor Levels $36,318  10/01/07 - 09/30/08  
Office of Naval Research (co-PI) Multi-Objective Optimization with Mixed Continuous-Discrete Variability $362,425

01/01/08 - 12/31/10  

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (sole PI) Postdoc Cooperation between NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway) and UMD Sponsored by the RAMONA Project $53,569       08/18/08 - 09/15/09    
Statistics Norway (sole PI) The World Gas Model and a Gas Cartel Study $41,899

08/01/09 - 08/31/10  

District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Planning Models for Renewable Energy at DC-WASA $49,498 10/01/09 - 09/30/10
Norwegian Research Council (via SINTEF/NTNU) (S. Gabriel-PI, M. Ruth co-PI), SINTEF, University of Maryland (UMD), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Tsinghua University, Joint Global Change Research Institute Linking Global and Regional Energy  Strategies (LinkS)

UMD portion: $629,000
total all partners: 23,130,000 NOK (about $2.8 millon as of 8 Sept. 2015)

 

 

12/09/09 - 06/08/14   
U.S. Dept. of Energy (sole PI) Overview of Natural Gas Markets and the World Gas Model $70,000 01/13/10 - 09/12/10
American Air Liquide (sole PI) Development of Math Models and Optimization Methods for Energy Procurement Problems at Air Liquide $142,345 09/20/10-09/30/11
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Planning Models for Renewble Energy at DC-WASA $38,061 11/01/10-09/30/11
NSF (EAGER) (PI: S. Azarm, Co-PIs S.A. Gabriel, P.K. Kannan) EAGER: Design for Bundling Decisions with Marketing and Public Policy Considerations $99,985 08/01//11-7/31/12
American Air Liquide (sole PI) Development of Math Models and Optimization Methods for Energy Procurement Problems at Air Liquide (Phase 3) $178,000 10/01/11-09/30/12
SESYNC Ventures (PI: S.A. Gabriel, Co-PIs L. Olson, E. Gilmore) Wastewater-to-energy and other sustainability modeling $110,000 (approx.) 6/1/13-12/31/14
Electricite de France (EDF) (sole PI) Phase 1 Study The Effect of Canal Fees on LNG Shipping? $40,029 12/05/13-4/15/14
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (sole PI) Continued Development of the Sustainable Wastewater Management Model (SWMM) $44,154 10/1/13-9/30/14
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (PI: S.A. Gabriel, co-PI C. U-tapao) Continued Development of the Sustainable Wastewater Management Model (SWMM) $40,000 10/1/43-9/30/15
The Petroleum Institute (PI: B. Balachandran, co-PI S.A. Gabriel (a number of other co-PIs too)) GOALI: Pipeline System Integrity Management $ 5,602,522 10/01/15 - 09/30/20
Maryland Industrial Partnership Program (MIPS) (PI: Gabriel) Economic Demand Response Stochastic Optimization $ 200,000 2/01/17-1/31/18

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Internal University of Maryland Funding

Sponsor Title Amount Dates
General Research Board, UMCP (sole PI) Methods for Risk Management in the Electrical Power Industry $8,500 Summer
2001
Minta Martin Fund, UMCP
(sole PI)
Computing Air Traffic Flows Under Free Flight Using an Equilibrium Modeling Approach $50,000 06/01/2001-
08/31/2002
National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education, UMCP
(Co-PI, S. Gabriel, 50%,
co-PI, G. Moglen, 50%)
Are Smart Growth Objectives Complementary or Conflicting?, a Multiobjective Optimization Approach $20,000 2001-2002
National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education, UMCP (sole PI) A Multi-Objective Optimization Approach to Smart Growth $20,000 2002-2003


Funding Prior to Joining the University of Maryland

Sponsor Title Amount Dates
U.S. Dept. of Energy Convergence Analysis of the National Energy Modeling System (NEMS) $28, 680 1993-1994
U.S. Dept. of Energy Develop & Conduct Short Course on Equilibrium Modeling in Energy $4,480 1994
U.S. Dept. of Energy Analysis of Electrical Power Generation Prices for NEMS $5,000 1996
U.S. Dept. of Energy Analysis of NEMS $10,000 1998
U.S. Dept. of Energy Gas Systems Analysis Model (GSAM) (won by ICF Consulting, 33%) $420,000 9/95-8/00

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