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Grants

Funded in Korea

  1. (PI) “AI-based Next-Generation Optimization Algorithms for Smart Logistics,” National Research Foundation (NRF) of Korea, 10/1/2023–12/31/2026
  2. (co-PI) “Hybrid Neural Combinatorial Optimization Methods for Smart Factory Material Handling,” National Research Foundation (NRF) of Korea, PI: Young Jae Jang (KAIST), 7/1/2021–6/30/2022 (This project supports my research during sabbatical at KAIST.)

Funded in the U.S.

  1. (co-PI) “POSE: Phase II: CONNECT: Consortium of Open-source plaNNing models for Next-generation Equitable and efficient Communities and Transportation,” National Science Foundation (NSF), , 08/15/2023–07/31/2025, [TI-2303748]
  2. (PI) “Collaborative Research: Arc Routing Problems in Combined Drone/Truck Fleets,” National Science Foundation (NSF), 7/1/2021–6/30/2024, [CMMI-2032458]
  3. (PI) “The 17th INFORMS Computing Society Conference 2022,” USF Research & Innovation Conference Support Grant, , co-PI: Hadi Charkhgard (USF), Tapas Das (USF), 1/23/2022—1/25/2022
  4. (PI) “Cobblestone OR1: Improving Milk Distribution Planning,” Cobblestone Milk Cooperative, Inc., 6/1/2021–8/9/2021
  5. (PI) “Converting Convenience Stores from Sources of Unhealthy Foods to Hubs of Healthy Food Deliveries,” Creative Research Grant, USF Research & Innovation, 5/1/2020–4/30/2021
  6. (PI) “Measuring the Impact of the Large-scale Adoption of Ridesharing on the Spread of Infectious Diseases,” U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) through Center for Transportation, Environment, and Community Health (CTECH), , co-PIs: Tapas Das (USF), Miguel Reina (USF), 10/1/2019–9/30/2020
  7. (PI) “Market Design Approaches for Fashion Goods Distribution,” 2019 USF Nexus Initiative Awards: Faculty Global/National Collaborations, 5/28/2019–12/31/2021
  8. (PI) “Efficient Operations of Free-Floating Electric-Car Sharing Systems Considering Energy-Aware Customers,” INFORMS TSL Cross-regional Collaborative Grant, , co-PI: Sang Won Kim (CUHK), 2019
  9. (PI) “Creating and Designing New Markets for Fractional Ownership of Autonomous Vehicles”, Proposal Enhancement Grant, USF Research & Innovation, co-PI: Hadi Charkhgard (USF), 5/1/2018–4/30/2019.
  10. (co-PI) “Applying Location-based Informatics, Simulation, and Optimization Methods to Forklift Driver Behavior, Congestion, and Wireless Charging Studies”, Toyota Material Handing North America, PI: Sang Won Yoon (Binghamton), co-PI: Sung Hoon Chung (Binghamton), 12/1/2016–11/30/2017.
  11. (PI) “Regulating Hazardous-materials Transportation with Behavioral Modeling of Drivers,” U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) through Center for Transportation, Environment, and Community Health (CTECH), , 11/30/2016–11/29/2017
  12. (co-PI) “Market Potential for Battery Electric Vehicles based on Multi-Day Activity-Travel Patterns”, U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) through University Transportation Research Center (UTRC), PI: Jee Eun Kang (SUNY Buffalo), co-PI: Joan Lucas (Brockport), 5/1/2015–7/31/2016
  13. (PI) “CAREER: Advancing Routing Methods in Hazardous Materials Transportation”, National Science Foundation (NSF), 08/01/2014–07/31/2019, [CMMI-1351357]
  14. (co-PI) “Effective and Equitable Supply of Gasoline to Impacted Areas in the Aftermath of a Natural Disaster”, U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) through University Transportation Research Center (UTRC), PI: Rajan Batta (SUNY Buffalo), 03/01/2014–05/31/2015
  15. (co-PI) “The Ties that Bind: Developing a Bi-national Transportation-Combined Economic Simulation Model to Assess Security and Policy Implications of US-Canada Border Bridges”, U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) through University Transportation Research Center (UTRC), PI: Jiyoung Park (SUNY Buffalo), co-PI: Kathryn Friedman (SUNY Buffalo), 02/01/2014–08/31/2015
  16. (PI) SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant, “Developing an Interactive Web-Application for Instructions Involving Networks”, co-PI: Ann Bisantz (SUNY Buffalo), 06/01/2013–06/30/2014 [SUNY IITG 2013]
  17. (PI) Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) / U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) through University Transportation Research Center (UTRC), Emerging Investigators Program, “Real-time Dynamic Pricing for Bicycle Sharing Programs”, 10/01/2012–08/31/2014 [RITA 49997-34-24]
  18. (PI) Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) / U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) through University Transportation Research Center (UTRC), “Towards Socially and Economically Sustainable Urban Developments”, co-Is: Jiyoung Park (SUNY Buffalo), Qian Wang (SUNY Buffalo), 12/23/2011–09/30/2012 [RITA 49111-23-23]
  19. (PI) Goodwill Industries of WNY, Inc. through the Center for Industrial Effectiveness, “Processing Area Improvement Initiative”, 11/30/2011–5/30/2012
  20. (PI) “Collaborative Research: Regulating Hazardous Materials Transportation by Multi-Objective Dual Toll Pricing”, National Science Foundation (NSF), co-PIs: Rajan Batta (SUNY Buffalo), 09/01/2011–08/31/2014 [CMMI-1068585]
  21. (PI) Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) / U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) through University Transportation Research Center (UTRC), Faculty Development Minigrants, “Robust Routing for Hazardous Materials Transportation with Conditional Value-at-Risk on Time-Dependent Networks”, 07/01/2011–09/30/2012 [RITA 49111-07-23]
  22. (PI) Efficient Schools Team, LLC., Buffalo, NY, through The Center for Industrial Effectiveness, “Food Service Efficiency & Capacity Analysis Study/Assessment”, 03/30/2011–09/30/2011
  23. (PI) Embassy of Canada in Washington, D.C., “Economic Implications of the Canada-US Border Bridges: Applying a Transportation-Combined Multiregional Input-Output Model for Canada and the U.S.”, co-PI: Jiyoung Park (SUNY Buffalo), 03/01/2011–02/28/2012 [link]
  24. (co-PI) The Canadian-American Studies Committee, Fall 2010 Grant Competition, , PI: Jiyoung Park (SUNY Buffalo), 2010