20182021

National Science Foundation DMS1853340 (PI: Canic; Collaborators: J. Tambaca, T. Desai, and L. Grubisic):
Development of Mathematical Methods for Next Generation Stent Design

20162019

National Science Foundation DMS1613757 (PI: Canic; Collaborators: M. Bukac and B. Muha):
Fluidelastic structure interaction with the Navier slip boundary condition

20132017

National Science Foundation NIGMS DMS1263572 (PI: Canic; coPIs: A. Quaini (UH), Dr. S. Little
(The Methodist Hospital, Houston)):
Collaborative Research: Advancing the Diagnosis and Quantification of Mitral Valve Regurgitation with Mathematical Modeling.

20132017

National Science Foundation DMS1318763 (PI: Canic; coPI: M. Bukac (University of Pittsburgh)):
Fluidstructure interaction with multilayered structures: a new class of partitioned schemes

20132017

National Science Foundation DMS1311709 (PI: Canic; Collaborator: B. Muha (U of Zagreb, Croatia)):
Fluid multistructure interaction problems

20132014

National Science Foundation DMS1262385 (PI: Canic; coPI:Quaini(UH)):
Postdoctoral Supplement to Coanda effect for incompressible flows in moving domains

20112013

National Science Foundation DMS1109189 (PI: Canic; coPI: Quaini):
Coanda effect for incompressible flows in moving domains

20112013

American Heart Association (AHA) grant (Senior Investigator, PI: Dr. S. Little):
Multimodality 3D Imaging for the Quantification of Prosthetic Valve Function

20102012

Texas Higher Education Board (ARPMathematics) 00365200232009 (PI Canic, coPI Glowinski)
Support for research with
Drs. Little and Zoghbi of The Methodist Hospital on
Computational Modeling of Echocardiographic
Assessment of Mitral Regurgitation.

20082011

NSF DMS0806941 (Single PI; Applied Mathematics)
Support for research on Movingboundary problems
in blood flow.

20052010

NSF/NIH DMS0443826 (NIGMS Competition)
Collaborative Research on Cell Coating of Artificial
Surfaces of Cardiovascular Devices. PI: Canic,
coPIs: R. Glowinski (UH), T.W. Pan (UH),
Dr. D. Rosenstrauch (Texas Heart Institute)
and Dr. C. Hartley (Baylor College of Medicine)

20082009

TLCC at UH (coPI with Azencott and Guidoboni)
Postdoc Support for collaboration with Methodist Hospital on
Modeling of Echocardiographic Assessment of
Mitral Regurgitation

20072008

University of Houston GEAR grant.

20062008

Texas Higher Education Board (ARPMathematics) #00365200512006
Support for research on Mathematics for Cardiovascular Stenting
PI: Canic, coPI: Guidoboni (UH)

20032007

NSF DMS0244343 (Focused Research Group Competition)
Support for research on MultiDimensional Problems for the Euler Equations
of Compressible Fluid Flow and Related Problems
PI: D. Wang (Pittsburgh), coPIs: GQ. Chen (Northwestern),
S. Canic (UH), C. Dafermos (Brown), J. Hunter (UC Davis)
TP Liu (Stanford), CW Shu (Brown),
M. Slemrod (Wisconsin), Y. Zhang (Penn State)

2005

NSF DMS0503889 Applied Mathematics: Graduate student supplement.

20032005

NSF DMS0337355 Research Experience for UndergraduatesMathematical Biology.

20032006

NSF DMS0245513 Applied Mathematics
Support for research in Hyperbolic Conservation Laws in Blood Flow

20022004

Texas Higher Education Board ARP 00365201122001
Advanced Research Program in Mathematics. Support for research in
Multidimensional hyperbolic conservation laws.

20022003

NSF DMS0225948 Analysis Program (Grant supplement).

19992002

NSF DMS9970310 Classical Analysis Program. Support for research on
Nonlinear Waves in OneDimensional and MultiDimensional Conservation Laws

19992001

University of Houston TLCC Student Support/

19992002

NSF REU Program (coPI with Edward Dean)
Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates

19961999

NSF DMS9625831 Classical Analysis Program.
Suport for research on
Mathematical Sciences: Nonlinear Wave Interactions in One and Two Space Dimensions

19941996

US Department of Energy DEFG0294ER25220.
Support for research on Riemann Problems for Nonlinear Conservation Laws.
