Research Grants

-     Co-Principal Investigator;  National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research; Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Sensor Technologies Applied to Rehabilitation in Stroke$4,500,000; PI William Rymer, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab, Chicago; 10/2019-10/2024

-     Principal Investigator; NSF Collaborative Projects: EAGER: A virtual eXchange to support networks of creativity and innovation amongst Science, Engineering, Arts and Design (XSEAD); $260,000; 8/2011-2014;

-     Principal Investigator, State of Arizona Biomedical grant; Mixed Reality Rehabilitation for Stroke survivors; in collaboration with Banner Baywood Medical Center; $300,000; 2008-2010

-     Principal Investigator, NSF Integrated Graduate Research and Education Traineeship program (IGERT) award for interdisciplinary research and education in experiential media; $3,000,000; September 2005 – 2012;

-     Co-Principal Investigator, Kauffman Foundation grant for ASU "University as Entrepreneur" initiative; $5,000,000; April 2007 – 2012;

-     Co-Principal Investigator, NSF CISE Research Infrastructure award for motion analysis; $1, 400,000; July 2004 – July 2011

-     Principal Investigator, NEA “Technology: Resources for Change” grant for motione project; $150,000; September 2003-April 2004

-     Principal Investigator, IT 301-State of Arizona grant; seed funds for the development of IT research in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering; $1,000,000; May 2003-May 2008

-     Principal Investigator, $150,000 gift from JPMorganChase for the JPMorganChase Kids Digital Dance and Sound project, 2001