Current Research Support:  

1. China-US Exchange Grant in Mathematical Sciences, National Science Foundation,  $40,000, August 2007-August 2009.

2. Statistical Inference for Continuous-Time Stochastic Processes,  

National Science Foundation: DMS-0604563, $165,018,  08. 2006 -- 08. 2009 ,

Co-PI:  Liang Peng of GA Tech.  

3. A Nonparametric Approach to Population Size Estimation for Multiple Systems Capture-Recapture surveys,

National Science Foundation:  SES-0518904, 09.2005 - 08. 2008,  $280,416,

Co-PIs: S. Nusser and J. Opsomer.   

4. A Supplement to NSF SES 0650938  A Nonparametric Approach to Population Size Estimation for Multiple System Capture-Recapture Surveys   

US Census Bureau via NSF $19,080.00

5. NSF DMS-NIH, Mathematical Biology:  Development of High-Dimensional Data Analysis Methods for the Identification of Differentially Expressed Gene Sets.  Principal Investigator: Dan Nettleton; Co-PIs:  Song Chen, Jack Dekkers Peng Liu, Christopher Tuggle.  $177.000 per year for three years.

 

Past Research Support:

1. Empirical Likelihood and Computation, Co-PI, 

Australian Research Council Large Grant, 1994-1996;  $10,000, jointly with B. M. Brown (PI).

2. Non-parametric Curve Estimation, PI,

Australian Research Council International Exchange grant, 1998-1999,  $13,000.

3. Applications of Empirical Likelihood in Semi- and Non-parametric Statistical Inferenc,  PI

National University of Singapore Academic Research Grant, Nov 2002-Nov 2003,  $46,306.

4.  Computer-Intensive Statistical Methods for Testing Specifications of Financial Market Models, PI

National University of Singapore Academic Research Grant, 17-Dec. 2001 - 31-Dec. 2004,  $88,300.