2017 Self-Management of Diabetes in Black Men: The Men are Now United Program (MANUP) (New)

Source: NIH R21

Amount: $275,000

Project Period: 09/01/2016 – 08/30/2018

PI: Harold W. Neighbors (University of Michigan, School of Public Health),

Co-PI: Chatterjee (CGU)

2016 Blais Challenge award 

Amount: $19,530

How the Timing and Source of Medical Feedback Information Affects Health Outcomes Among the Poor: A Behavioral Economics Approach,

Monica Capra (Economics), Samir Chatterjee (CISAT) and Tahir Andrabi (Pomona College)

2014An mHealth Management System for High-risk Heart Failure (HF) Patients Using Expert-System and Persuasive Technology that will assist HF patients as they Transition into the Home” 

Amount: $21,435

Funding Source: Loma Linda University & SACHS Clinic
Collaborative Team: PI Samir Chatterjee (CGU), Co-PI Dr. Wayne Dysinger (LLU), Linda Freenstra-Houston

Date: February 2014 – June 2015.

2013 Oral health buddy: A behavioral intervention targeting racial disparities on diabetes and periodontal disease using text-messaging and care giving (New)
Amount: $100,000
Funding Source: Michigan Center for Diabetes Translational Research
Collaborative Team: PI Harold woody Neighbors (Univ of Michigan), Samir Chatterjee (CGU), George Taylor (UCSF)
Date: February 2013 – March 2014.

2012 Sponsorship for Innovations in Patient Empowerment Symposium (Pasadena Nov 11-12, 2012)
Amount: $23,000
Funding Source: California Healthcare Foundation, The California Endowment, Kaiser Permanente Hospital Foundation, GreatCall Inc., FIU School of Health IT
Date: September 2012 – Jan 2013

2010 EAGER: Persuasive Sensing Networks: A New Frontier to Changing Human Behavior
Amount: $149,619
Funding Source: National Science Foundation (NSF)
Date: August 1, 2010 – April 2012

2010 Exploring Simulation as a Technique to Encourage EHR adoption in Physicians
Amount: $50,000
Funding Source: The CA Endowment
Date: June 2010 – June 2011
PI: Dr. Samir Chatterjee

2009-2010 BLAIS Challenge Grant
Stress-Erase Game: A Persuasive Technology Application for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Amount: $17,500
Effective Date: September 1, 2009
PI: Samir Chatterjee, Co-PI: David Drew

2008-09 Fletcher Jones Foundation research grants.  “Creativity in Distributed Teams: An Exploratory Study”
Amount: $4,000
Effective Date: 4/1/08-3/31/09
PI: Samir Chatterjee

CCF-0602391A Student Forum Promoting Science of Design Issues at the International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems & Technology”
Amount: $13,200. Status: Funded.
National Science Foundation Award (Effective Date: 11/01/05 – 10/31/07)
PI.: Samir Chatterjee

NMI Proposal 0222710 “ViDE.Net: Middleware for Scalable Video Services for Research and Education”, Co-PI
Amount: $550,000; Status: Funded.
National Science Foundation (NSF) Award (Effective Date: June 1st, 2002 – June 30, 2004)
P.I: Jill Gemmill, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Co-PI: Samir Chatterjee, Claremont Graduate University

HPNC Proposal 0228931 “High Performance Internet-2 Connection for the Claremont Colleges”
Amount: $150,000. Status: Funded.
National Science Foundation Award (Effective Date: Nov 2002 – Nov 2004).
P.I: Samir Chatterjee, Claremont Graduate University.
Co-PI: Lorne Olfman (CGU), Richard Parker (HMC).

Heartrainer: Virtual On-line Software for Collaborative Multimedia Training of HeartMath Techniques
Amount: $60,000. Status: Funded.
Prime: Institute for HeartMath through Appropriations (Congress)
P.I: Rollin McCraty, Sub: Dr. Samir Chatterjee
Duration: July 1, 2005 – June 30th, 2006.

HAAS Project HRV Autonomic Assessment Software System
Amount: $20,000. Status: Funded.
Prime: Institute for HeartMath
P.I: Dr. Samir Chatterjee
Duration: Sep 1, 2006 – March 1, 2007.

A SIP-based Client and Application Se rver with Authenticated Call Flow for Voice and Video-Conferencing over Internet-2”, P.I., $3,500 grant from UCAID/NSF, February 2002. under “UCAID/Internet 2-Middleware”

ANIAQ: Advanced Next-Generation Internet Architecture for Quality-of-Service.
A grant from GSU Office of Sponsored Research Programs.
Total Funding: $14,400. (2/2000).

Modeling the Next Generation Internet Architecture, Traffic & Applications
A grant from BellSouth Corporation. (Joint work with Cisco, Ascend, Mil3 and BellSouth).
Total funding: $31,736 (3/15/98 – 8/15/98)

Center for Digital Commerce
“A Center for Digital Commerce”, funded by Georgia Research Alliance and GCATT.
Initial funding created a Center and subsequent funding led to GEM program and the formation of Ecommerce Institute.
Total funding: $1.15 mil.  (CO-PI with 7 additional CIS faculty). [Fall 1997]

Direct Connections to the vBNS Backbone
National Science Foundation Award.
CO-PI and consultant.
Total funding: $330,000 for two years. (1998)

Techno-economic analysis of Broadband Services to the Home
Coordinators:Drs. Chatterjee, Thachenkary and Katz.
Total Funding: 1.3 mil (awarded to Broadband Telecommunications Center).
GSU funding: $30,000. (1996-1997)

Creating an Interoperable Digital Video Environment Using High-Speed ATM Networks
PI: Dr. Samir Chatterjee; CO-PI: Dr. Vijay Vaishnavi
Funding: $17,600 (QIF Research Grant from GSU for Fiscal Year 1996).

Teaching Innovation Grant:A Portable Networking Laboratory for Hands-on Networking Assignments
PI: Dr. Samir Chatterjee; CO-PI: Dr. Carol Young
Funding: $8,000 (QIF for Teaching, Fiscal Year 1996).

GISTMAN: Graphical Instructional Simulation Techniques for Modeling and Animation of Networks
PI’s: Dr. S. Chatterjee and C. Young
Funding: $2,000 (1996-97 IIG Grant from GSU)

Routing connections and data handover in LEO satellite networks.
Summer research grant from College of Business, Summer 1999.

Can networks be active?
Summer research grant from College of Business, Summer 1998.

Supporting Nomadicity – A New Paradigm in Information Systems
Summer research grant from College of Business, Summer 1997.

On Fundamental Flow Control Design Issues of TCP/IP Internet Traffic Over ATM in Gigabit Environment
Summer research grant from College of Business, Summer 1996.

Improving Throughput in ATM Internetwork Using Buffer Management
Summer research grant from College of Business, Summer 1995.