Funding Applications (in reverse chronological order)

  • “Travel to Third JML Spec-a-thon”, US$2,438. Chancellor’s Fund for Travel Support, University of Washington Tacoma. 2010. Funded.
  • “ToI: A Theory of Interestingness and its Applications”, US$462,807, Co-PI with PI Joseph R. Kiniry. European Office of Aerospace Research and Development, 2009. Not funded.
  • “ToI: A Theory of Interestingness and its Applications”, US$381,554, PI with Co-PI Joseph R. Kiniry. U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research, 2009. Not funded.
  • “A Theory of Interestingness: A New Approach to Testing Software and Other Formal Systems”, US$31,843, PI. Royalty Research Fund, University of Washington, 2009. Not funded.
  • “Specification and Verification of Java Programs with JML, ESC/Java2, and CVC3”, US$4,738, Co-PI with Yogi Patel. Chancellor’s Fund, University of Washington, Tacoma, 2008. Funded, for student salary and organization of a “JML Spec-A-Thon” event in 2009.
  • “JML Reloaded”, €5,000, Co-PI with Joseph R. Kiniry. Formal Methods Europe Small Projects, 2007. Funded, for organization of “JML Spec-A-Thon” events in 2008, 2009, and 2010.
  • “Next-Generation Tools for Automated Specification and Testing of Object-Oriented Systems”, US$293,094, PI. U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigators Program, 2007. Not funded.
  • “Attracting Students to Computing with Courselets”, US$498,675, Co-PI with Donald Chinn, Menaka Muppa, Ankur Teredesai and Larry Wear. National Science Foundation Broadening Participation in Computing Program, 2007. Not funded.

Funding Awarded to Date: $7176 + €5000