Grants and Awards

Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. European Commission, 2016-2018
Mathematical Modelling, Simulation and Optimization for Societal Challenges with Scientific Computing
Partners: Atos Spain SA (Spain, Coordinator), Technische Universität Berlin (Germany), Université de Strasbourg (France), Stiftelsen Sintef (Norway), BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (Spain), Széchenyi István University (Hungary), Zuse Institut Berlin (Germany), Fundación Pública Gallega Centro Tecnológico de Supercomputación de Galicia (Spain), KTH - Kungliga Tekniska Högkolan (Sweden), European Service Network of Mathematics for Industry and Innovation (the Netherlands)

Chaire Gutenberg. Région Alsace and Communauté Urbaine de Strasbourg, 2015
L'oeil, une fênetre vers le cerveau: modéliser les flux sanguins cérébraux, oculaires et leurs interactions. Eye2Brain
G. Guidoboni (PI), Collaborators: C. Prud'homme, M. Szopos (U. of Strasbourg), A. Harris (Indiana University School of Medicine), R. Sacco (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

LABEX IRMIA. University of Strasbourg (France) 2014-2016
Mathematics meets the clinic: the eye as a window on the brain
G. Guidoboni (PI), CoPIs: C. Prud'homme, M. Szopos (U. of Strasbourg), A. Harris (Indiana University School of Medicine)

NSF-DMS 1224195. Mathematical Biology, 2012-2016
Mathematical Modeling of Ocular Mechanics, Circulation and Oxygenation and their Relation to Glaucoma
G. Guidoboni (PI), CoPI: J. Arciero (IUPUI), Collaborator: A. Harris (Ophthalmology, Indiana University School of Medicine)

INDIANA UNIVERSITY COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH GRANT (IUCRG) 
2011-2012
Mathematical modeling of ocular blood flow and its relation to glaucoma
G. Guidoboni (PI), CoPI: A. Harris (Ophthalmology, Indiana University School of Medicine)

NSF-DMS 0811138. Computational Mathematics, 2008-2011
Collaborative Research: Efficient solvers for free boundary flows of complex fluids
G. Guidoboni (PI), CoPIs: R. Glowinski (U. of Houston), M. Pasquali (Rice U.)

Finalist for the UH Teaching Excellence Award 2009.

IBIS 2008 Seed Grant. Institute for Biomedical Imaging Sciences, 2008-2009
Mitral Valve: 3D-Image sequence analysis and mechanical modeling R. Azencott (U. of Houston) (PI), CoPIs: S. Canic, R. Glowinski, G. Guidoboni (U. of Houston), W. Zoghbi, S. Little (The Methodist Hospital)

ARP 003652-0051-2006. Texas Education Board Advanced Research Program - Mathematics, 2006-2008
Mathematical Models for cardiovascular stenting
S. Canic (PI), G. Guidoboni (CoPI)

Summer Research Grant 2006. Department of Mathematics, University of Houston
Operator splitting for the numerical simularion of fluid flow in deformable domains with application to blood flow
G. Guidoboni (Single PI)

Fulbright Research Scholarship University of Houston (USA), February-July 2004
Numerical Algorithms for the simulation of the flow of incompressible viscous fluids in deformable domains
G. Guidoboni (Single PI)

Marie Curie Training Fellowship University of Surrey (UK), April-July 2003
Pattern selection in Faraday waves
G. Guidoboni (PI)

Fondo Giovani Ricercatori University of Ferrara (Italy), 2002-2003
Mathematical Models in Mathematical Physics
G. Guidoboni (PI), E. Piras (CoPI), B. J. Jin (CoPI)


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