Government Agency

  • [NSF 2016] NeTS: Small: Collaborative Research: Distributed Approximate Packet Classification, National Science Foundation, Award 1618030, 9/1/2016-8/31/2019. PIs Nick Duffield (Texas A&M) & Minlan Yu (Yale). Total $350,996 / Duffield $198,346.
  • [DARPA 2015] DEDUCE: Distributed Enclave Defense Using Configurable Edges. DARPA, $11,500,000, 7/1/2015-6/30/2018, Applied Communication Sciences. Texas A&M Subaward, PI: Nick Duffield. Total $11,500,000 / Duffield $389,872
  • [DARPA 1998] MINC: Multicast-based Inference of Network-internal Characteristics. DARPA and Air Force Research Laboratory agreement F30602-98-2-0238. 1998-2001. PI Don Towsley (University of Massachusetts), PI Vern Paxson (Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory), PI Nick Duffield (AT&T Labs)   Total $918,738 / Duffield: Non-funded cost sharing.
  • [Forbarit 1995] Economies of Scale in Queueing Networks, Forbairt Ireland Research Grant SC/95/424, 1995-1997. PI: Nick Duffield. Total IRL 10,000.
  • [Eolas 1993] MU-DELTA. Mentec Computer Systems and EOLAS, Ireland, 1993-1995. John Lewis, PI  (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies), Nick Duffield Co-PI (Dublin City University. Total IRL105,000

Texas A&M

  • [TAMU 2016a]  Understanding Multi-Scale Hydrology: Fusion of BIG DATA from Ground Networks and Space-Based Satellites, Texas A&M Big Data Seed Grant, January 2016, PI: Binayak Mohanty (Texas A&M Biological and Agricultural Engineering); co-PI: N. Duffield. Total $50,000./ Duffield $25,000
  • [TAMU 2016b] Improving Understanding of 
Travel Behavior and Transportation Systems through Big Data Analytics, Texas A&M Big Data Seed Grant, January 2016, PI: Shawn Turner (Texas A&M Transportation Institute) co-PI: N. Duffield. Total $50,000 / Duffield $25,000
  • [TAMU 2016c] Boosting Attack Identification through Correlated System & Network Monitoring. Texas A&M Cybersecurity Seed Grant, January 2016,. PI: N. Duffield, co-PI: Guofei Gu (Texas A&M Computer Science and Engineering). Total  $50,000 / Duffield $25,000


  • [Intel 2016] Approximation Methods for Massive Graph Analytics, Intel Corporation, PI Nick Duffeld, $30,000
  • [Google 2015] Traffic Measurement from High-level Names in Software Defined Networking, Google Faculty Research Award, 2015,  $79,992, PIs N.G. Duffield and Minlan Yu (University of Southern California).