Researchers from the Department receive NFRF funding

Posted on Thursday, May 2, 2019

Several researchers received funding through a new tri-council program, New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF). The new funding program designed to support risky interdisciplinary research will support each of the following projects with $250,000 for two years.

Algebraic Techniques for Quantum Security

  • Principal Investigator: Anne Broadbent (uOttawa)
  • Co-investigators: Monica Nevins (uOttawa), Hadi Salmasian (uOttawa), Delaram Kahrobaei (York, UK), Raza Kazmi (University of Washington, USA) and Benoît Collins (Kyoto, Japan)

Next-generation biosensors based on engineered ligand-gated ion channels

  • Principal Investigator: Corrie Dacosta (uOttawa)
  • Co-applicant: Maia Fraser (uOttawa)

Artificial Intelligence for Condition Assessment of Critical Infrastructure: Challenges, Risks and Rewards

  • Principal Investigator: Leandro Sanchez (uOttawa)
  • Co-applicant: Maia Fraser (uOttawa)

Rebuilding the foundations of Bayesian statistics on nonstandard analysis

  • Principal Investigator: Dan Roy (University of Toronto)
  • Co-applicant: Aaron Smith (uOttawa)
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