Dr. Gabriel Robins
Professor of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science
School of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Virginia
85 Engineer's Way, P.O. Box 400740
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4740, USA

robins@cs.virginia.edu
www.cs.virginia.edu/robins
Phone: (434) 982-2207
Office: 406 Rice Hall
Gabe's vitae / resume (NIH Biosketch)

Research Grants:

  1. Packard Foundation Fellowship, $550,000, September 1995 to September 2001.

  2. National Science Foundation Young Investigator Award, MIP-9457412, $312,500, August 1994 to August 2000.

  3. Compression-Aware Algorithms for Massive Datasets, National Science Foundation, $500,000, July 2011 to June 2016.

  4. New Algorithms and Tools for Large-Scale Genomic Analyses, National Institute of Health, $2,459,825, co-PI with Aaron Quinlan, May 2012 to April 2017.

  5. New Directions in Reliability, Security and Privacy for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Systems, National Science Foundation, $450,000, September 2007 to August 2011.

  6. New Directions for Advanced VLSI Manufacturability, National Science Foundation, $93,039, August 2004 to July 2007.

  7. Research in Layout Optimization for Advanced Manufacturability Considerations, National Science Foundation, $421,943, August 2000 to July 2003.

  8. New Directions in Computational Biology, (co-PI with Bill Pearson), National Institute of Health / National Library of Medicine, August 2000 to August 2005, $1,800,000.

  9. New Approaches to Phylogeny, Alignment, and Sequence Matching (co-PI with Bill Pearson), National Institute of Health / National Library of Medicine, grant number LM04961, August 1995 to August 2000, $1,175,000.

  10. National Science Foundation, Research Experiences for Undergraduates, $10,000, 1995.

  11. National Science Foundation, Research Experiences for Undergraduates, $10,000, 1996.

  12. National Science Foundation, Research Experiences for Undergraduates, $10,000, 1997.

  13. National Science Foundation, Support for 1996 ACM/SIGDA Physical Design Workshop, $12,500.

  14. Digital Equipment Corporation, December 1994, $45,520.

  15. New Directions in Interconnect Optimization for High-Performance VLSI System Design, Research Initiation Award, National Science Foundation, June 1994, $100,000 over three years.

  16. Co-investigator on computational biology grant (with Bill Pearson), National Institute of Health / National Library of Medicine, grant number LM04969-06, July 1993 to June 1994, $136,774.

  17. Software contribution from Alias Research Inc., May 1995, $550,000.

  18. Dean's Research Initiation Grant, University of Virginia School of Engineering, 1993, $4,000.

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