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  • "Reflex Tree - A New Computer and Communication Architecture for Future Smart Cities". THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION, XPS, CCF - SOFTWARE & HARDWARE FOUNDATION CCF-1439011, Oct. 1, 2014 - Sept 31, 2018. (Co-PI with Tao Wei and Haibo He)

  • "Introducing next generation I/O accelerator", THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION, CCF - SOFTWARE & HARDWARE FOUNDATION CCF-1421823, Aug. 1, 2014 - July 31, 2017.

  • "Introducing I-CASH, A New Disk IO Architecture", THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION, CCF - SOFTWARE & HARDWARE FOUNDATION CCF-1017177, Aug. 1 2010 - July 31, 2013.

  • "Towards Neural-controlled Artificial Legs using High-Performance Embedded Computers", $1.38 Million, NSF-CISE Cyber Physical System Program, September 2009-Sept. 2012. with He Huang and Yan Sun

  • "Design of a Real-Time Fusion-based Neual Controlled Artificial Legs" National Institutes of Health, R21, March 2010 to March 2013. with He Huang .

  • Qing Yang, "Understanding, Analyzing, and Designing Storage Subsystem Architectures for Maximum Data Recoverability," National Science Foundation, Aug. 2008 to July 2011. Principal Investigator, (1 of 1)

  • Qing Yang, "Validation and Evaluation of a New Data Replication Technology," National Science Foundation, Feb. 2006-Aug.2007, principal investigator, (1 of 1).

  • Qing Yang and B. Nassersharif , "Reshaping computer engineering education and training for the information era," NASA NNX06AB10G, Sept. 2006-Sept 2008. (PI)

  • Qing Yang, "HELP - A Profiling Tool for Disk I/O and Networked Storage," National Science Foundation, CCR-0312613, ITR grant, 2003-2006, (1 of 1).

  • Qing Yang, "Boosting Webserver Performance Using DRALIC----Distributed RAID and Location Independence Caching", National Science Foundation, 3 years, Sept. 2000 to Sept. 2003, Principal Investigator 1 of 1.

  • Qing Yang, "A new spectrum of hierarchical storage architectures for high performance disk I/Os", National Science Foundation, 3 years, Dec. 15, 1997 to Nov. 30, 2000, Principal Investigator 1 of 1.

  • Qing Yang, "Exploring desgin space for high performance low cost memory hierarchy," National Science Foundation Grant No. MIP-9505601, Aug. 1995-Aug. 1998. Principal Investigator 1 of 1.

  • Qing Yang, "Introducing a new cache design into vector computers," National Science Foundation Grant No. MIP-9208041, June 1992 to June 1996, Principal Investigator 1 of 1.

  • "Equipment for diverse computer architecture research" National Science Foundation, Jan. 1998-Jan. 1999, co-PI with Gus Uht, Don Tufts, J-C. Lo.

  • "Equipment for ACES Lab" Champlin Foundation. Jan. 1999-July 1999, co-PI with Gus Uht, J-C. Lo, J. Peckham and J. Kowalski.

  • Qing Yang, ``Effects of disk accesses on the performance of computer systems",NSF, November 1996 - June 1997.

  • Qing Yang, "Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)", National Science Foundation, MIP-9642331, Starting June 27, 1996. (PI, 1 of 1).

  • Qing Yang, "Storage Optimization of Sparse Matrix Algorithms on Supercomputers", National Science Foundation, No. MIP-9443051, August 24, 1994-Sept. 1995. (PI 1 of 1)

  • Qing Yang, "Design and analysis of high performance cache-coherent multiprocessors based on shared buses", National Science Foundation grant CCR-8909672 Aug. 1989 - July 1992., Principal Investigator-self, (RIA: Research Initiation Award).

  • Qing Yang, "Caching behavior of numerical algorithms in high performance computers", National Science Foundation grant MIP-9348296, June 1993 - Sept. 1993., Principal Investigator-self (Research Opportunity Award).

  • Qing Yang,"Optimization of Parallel Computing on Cache-Coherent Multiprocessor", Research Council Grant July 1991-July 1992, Principal Investigator-self.

  • Qing Yang, Travel grant from National Science Foundation for $950, to present a paper at ISCA92 in Australia.

  • Qing Yang, "Innovative architecture designs for supercomputers," URI Research Council, Aug. 1992 - Dec. 1992., Principal Investigator.

  • Qing Yang, "Upgrading Computer Organization Lab," Intel Corp. for equipment, April 1993, Principal Investigator.

  • Qing Yang, United Nation Industrial Development Organization, UNIDO, Training International scholars, May 1993.

  • Qing Yang, United Nation Industrial Development Organization, UNIDO, Training International scholars, May 1994.

  • Qing Yang, "Computer Applications in Industry," Xifeng Industrial Inc. Oct. 1995.