2009

T. Jaeger (PI), National Science Foundation, TC:Medium), CNS-0905343, (w/ Michael Hicks, Somesh Jha, and Ninghui Li), $1,200,000, (01/10-12/12)

P. McDaniel (PI) and T. La Porta, TC: Medium: Collaborative Research: Security Services in Open Telecommunications Networks, NSF (CNS), $594,941, (8/1/09-8/1/12)

T. Jaeger (Co-PI), National Science Foundation (CPS:Small), CPS-0905343, (w/ Vinod Ganapathy and Uli Kremer, both of Rutgers), $540,000 ($185,000) (09/09-(08/12)

G. Cao (PI) and T. La Porta, "NeTS:Small:Supporting Multi-Missions in Wireless Sensor Networks," NSF, $450,000, (09/01/09-08/31/12)

P. McDaniel (PI), Utility Grid Automation and Risk Management, Lockheed Martin, $400,000, (11/30/08-12/16/09)

P. McDaniel (PI), HECURA: Collaborative Research: Secure Provenance in High-End Computing Systems, NSF (CCF), $307,073, (08/1/09-8/31/12)

T. La Porta (PI), Army Research Lab/UK MoD, ITA Program, $275,000.

T. Jaeger (PI), Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), Policy Analysis Tools for XSM/Flask, $193,000, (01/09-01/10).

P. McDaniel (PI) and T. La Porta, Characterizing and Mitigating Wireless Systems Vulnerabilities, Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP), Army Research Office (ARO), $150,000, (05/22/09-05/21/10).

T. La Porta (PI), P. McDaniel, J. Shu Integrity Management for ICT Development, Bell Labs Network Reliability and Security Office, Alcatel-Lucent , $100,000, (11/30/08-11/30/09).

C. Neill, Development of a 3-year roadmap to transform systems engineering. NSA, $40,000, (8/1/09-1/31/10)

2006

T. La Porta (PI), U.S. ARL and U.K. MOD, ITA Award (consortium let by IBM-US and IBM-UK), PSU Funding: $2,500,000, 2006-2015.

P. McDaniel, Exploiting Asymmetry in Performance and Security Requirements for I/O in High-end Computing, NSF (CFF), $699,690, 2006-2010.

T. Jaeger and P. McDaniel, CT-IS: Shamon: Systems Approaches for Constructing Distributed Trust, NSF (CNS), $400,000, 2006-2010.

T. La Porta (PI), A. Yener (co-PI), "Controlled Based MANETS (CBMANET)," PSU funding: $303,000, 2006-2008.

S. Zhu (PI) and G. Cao (co-PI), "Security and Privacy Solutions for Data-Centric Sensor Networks," NSF CyberTrust, CT-ER: $200,000, 2006-2008.

A. Yener (PI), S. Kishore (co-PI, Lehigh U.), "NeTS-Prowin: Collaborative Research: Multi-tier Hybrid Wireless Networks," NSF, $155,000, 2006-2007.

T. La Porta (PI), G. Cao (co-PI), The Technology Collaborative (TTC), Mobile Sensor Systems PSU funding: $142,000.

P. McDaniel, Automated Configuration with the PRESTO Network Management Platform, AT&T, $100,000, 2006-2008.

T. La Porta (PI), Patrick McDaniel (co- PI), Aylin Yener (co-PI), "Next Genera- tion Wireless Systems Evolution Study," Telecommunication Network Evolution, Raytheon, $50,000, 2006.

Patrick McDaniel, "Extending Developer Tools for Security-typed Languages," Software Engineering Research Center, Sponsor: Motorola, $46,400, 2005-2007.

T. La Porta (PI), IBM Faculty Award, $30,000, 2006-2007.

T. Jaeger (PI), IBM Faculty Award, $30,000, 2006-2007.

G. Kesidis (PI), "Reputation systems for improved collaborative anomaly and intrusion detection for internetworking protocols," Cisco URP gift.

2005

G. Cao (PI), T. La Porta, G. Kesidis, C. Das, NeTS-NOSS: Controllable Node Mobility for Mission-Oriented Sensor Networks, NSF Networking, 2005-2008, $446,000.

S. Zhu (PI), G. Cao, A Framework for Defending against Node Compromises in Distributed Sensor Networks, NSF CyberTrust, 2005-2008, $450,000.

C. Das, CSR--PDOS: Exploring Cluster-Based Data Center Design Space for High Performance and Dependability, NSF Computer Systems, 2005-2008, $346,529.

G. Kesidis (PI), C. Das, Protecting TCP Congestion Control: Tools for Design, Analysis and Emulation, NSF CyberTrust, 2005-2008, $350,000.

C.-H. Chu, P. Liu, P. Mitra, S. Zhu, DoD Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP) at Penn State, 2005-2006, $247,139.

P. McDaniel, Flexible, Decentralized Information-flow Control for Dynamic Environments, NSF CyberTrust, 2005-2008, $234,585.

T. La Porta, CRI: WORKIT: A Universal Wireless Open Research Kit, 2005-2008, $124,996.

A. Yener (PI) Collaborative Research: Multiuser Wireless Security, NSF Communications Research, 2005-2008, $120,000

T. La Porta (PI), A. Yener, SGER: Relay Networks of Agile Radios, NSF Networking, 2005-2006, $95,018.

S. Zhu (PI), G. Cao, P. Liu, Distributed Self-healing Mechanisms for Securing Sensor Networks, ARO, 2005-2008, $280,000.

T. La Porta (PI), G. Cao, Mobile Multi-Layered IPSec: Advanced Services, The Technology Collaborative, 2005, $178,435.

T. La Porta (PI), G. Cao, Efficient Hybrid Security for Networks of Simple Devices, The Technology Collaborative, 2005-2006, $166,288.

A. Yener (PI), Design of Efficient RFID Systems, The Technology Collaborative, 2005, $144,000.

P. McDaniel, Testbed for Network-Scale Countermeasure Evaluation, Cisco, 2005-2006, $45,938.

P. McDaniel (with P. Hicks), Extending Developer Tools for Security-typed Languages, Software Engineering Research Center, 2005-2006, $23,200.