New grants and contracts

Current grants and contracts

Principal (PI) and Co-Investigors (CIs)

Grant/Contract  description

Amount

End date

 

PI: B. Fung

Basic Infrastructure for Data Mining in Cybersecurity and Privacy

$11992 2022

PI: B. Fung

Joint Embedding of Sequential Data and Knowledge Graphs with application to Predictive Analytics in Healthcare

$31761 $82215 (total)

2020
PI: B. Fung

Real Time Impact Signalling and Collective Goods

$30000 ($585825 total)

2020

Co PI C. Guastavino (and 5 others)

Soutien aux équipes de recherche. Approches analytiques, perceptives et technologiques de l'orchestration musicale et sa pédagogie.

$356,000 2021
PI: C. Guastavino

William Dawson Award

$125,000 2022

PI: Shaheen Shariff; Co-I: Jamshid Beheshti, and others

 

SSHRC Partnership Grant Letter of Intent:  Defining the Policy Lines: Examining the Role of News and Social Media, Popular Culture and the Justice System in Reducing and Mobilizing Change, or Sustaining Sexual Violence and "Rape Culture" in Universities.

 

$100,000

2023

PI: J. Beheshti

SSHRC: Towards a Model of Metaliteracy for Academic and Everyday-Life Information Seeking and Use $64,985 2018

PI: J. Beheshti, J. Bartlett

SSHRC: Metaliteracy for Well-being: Design criteria for information systems

 

$216,905

2018

PI: B Fung

Canada Research Chairs Program (supported by NSERC); Digging into big, sensitive, and malicious data

 

$500,000

2020

 

PI:  Farkhund Iqbal, Zayed University, UAE and CI: Benjamin Fung

Zayed University (United Arab Emirates) Research Incentive Fund; Privacy-Preserving Data Mining for Cybercrime Investigation & Detection

 

$30,156

2017

PI:  B. Fung

Zayed University (United Arab Emirates) Research Incentive Fund; Privacy-Preserving Data Mining for Cybercrime Investigation & Detection

 

$16,000

2017

PI: C. Guastavino

NSERC. Engage Plus grant. Finalization and validation of a virtual acoustic model. 

$28,125 2017
PI: C. Guastavino

SSHRC. Insight Development Grant. Sounds in the city: Applying the soundscape approach to urban noise management

$56,056 

2018
PI: B. Holtzman C. Guastavino (Collaborator)

Columbia University. 2016 Research Initiatives in Science & Engineering (RISE). Listening to the physics of earthquakes. 

$212,000 2018

PI: K. Moffatt

Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) Inclusive Social Computing

$500,000

2021

PI: E. Menard

SSHRC: DOLMEN: Données Ouvertes Liées - Musées et Environnement Numérique

 

$193,143

2019

PI:  M. Wanderley, CIOs:  Catherine Guastavino and 8 others

CFI – NIF. Live Expression “in situ”: Musical and Audiovisual Performance and Reception

 

$10,916,808 (Total)

2019

PI:  Ben Holzman, Columbia University, collaborators:  Catherine Guastavino and 3 others

 

Columbia University. 2016 Research Initiatives in Science & Engineering (RISE); Listening to the physics of earthquakes

$212,000

2018

Co-PIs:  Karyn Moffatt and Cosmin Munteanu; CIs:  David Kauffman and Ronald Baecker

Promoting Social Connectedness Through Collaborating on Digital Storytelling and Knowledge Creation and Sharing; Aging Gracefully across Environments using Technology to Support Wellness, Engagement and Long Life (NCE)

 

$114,467 (McGill); $377,651 (total)

2017

PI: E. Park SSHRC: InterPARES TRUST: Trust and digital records in a networked society $14,500 2018
PI: J. Bartlett SSHRC: Towards a model of meta-literacy for academic and everyday-life information seeking and use $64,985 2018
PI: C-A Julien

NSERC: Improving Retrieval of Unstructured Information using existing Information Structures

$120,000 2019
PI: I. Frissen

Mitacs Accelerate. Cocktail party in a box

$15,000 2017
CI: F. Bouthillier 

(PI: P.  Pluye, Family Medicine (McGill U.)

CIHR grant.  Title: Assessing and improving the use of online information about child development, health and well-being: Outcomes for low education low income parents and their children. 

$302,174 2020
PI: K. Dalkir (CI D. Oliviera)

Seed Grant for Interdisciplinary Research grant from the Centre for Social and Cultural Data Science (CSCDS).  The project is entitled:  “Natural Language Processing and the Production of Taxonomies for Knowledge Navigation” 

$2000 2018