GRANTS

  • 1. National Science Foundation Research Opportunities for Women Award Aug. 1986 - Jan. 89. Grant No. DMS-8615203. Title: ``Stability and Bifurcation in Fluid Dynamics". Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 2. National Science Foundation Grant DMS-8720298 (Career Advancement Award, Research Opportunities for Women Program). Title: ``Stability and Bifurcation in Two-layer Shearing Flows''. Purpose: Visiting professorship, to collaborate with Prof. Daniel D. Joseph at the University of Minnesota for Sep. 1, 1988 - Nov. 30, 1989. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 3. National Science Foundation Grant DMS - 8902166. Title: ``Stability and Bifurcation in Two-Layer Flows'', August 1, 1989 - January 31, 1992. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 4. Office of Naval Research Mathematical Sciences Division Grant No. N00014-92-J-1664. Title: ``Nonlinear Stability Analyses in Fluid Dynamics'', June 1, 1992 - December 31, 1994. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 5. National Science Foundation Grant CTS-9307238. Title: ``Interfacial Shapes in the Design of Composite Polymeric Materials'', September 15, 1993 - September 15, 1996. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 6. 1995 AMS-IMS-SIAM Joint Summer Research Conference in the Mathematical Sciences titled ``Analysis of Multi-Fluid Flows and Interfacial Instabilities'', University of Washington, Seattle, July 23-27. Chairman: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 7. Office of Naval Research renewal of Grant No. N00014-92-J-1664, January 1, 1995 - December 31, 1997. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 8. Office of Naval Research Grant No. N00014-95-1-0459, for the Annual Meeting of the Society of Natural Philosophy, titled ``Innovations in the analysis of nonlinear phenomena in continuum mechanics'', April 7-9, 1995, P. I. Bob Rogers, Yuriko Renardy, Michael Renardy.
  • 9. National Science Foundation Division of Chemical and Transport Systems, CTS-9612308, titled ``Interfacial dynamics in bicomponent materials: viscous, viscoelastic and thermal effects'', 1997-2000. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 10. National Science Foundation Division of Chemical and Transport Systems, Supplement to CTS-9612308, equipment, 1998.
  • 11. National Science Foundation CBMS Regional Conference: Mathematical Analysis of Viscoelastic Flows. Grant DMS-9813241. Principal Investigator: David O. Olagunju. Co-principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy. Submitted through the University of Delaware, June 19-23, 1999.
  • 12. National Science Foundation U.S.-France Cooperative Research: Numerical Investigation of Two-Fluid Flows of Viscous Immiscible Fluids, NSF-INT 9815106, March 1, 1999- Feb 28, 2002. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy. Co-PI: S. Zaleski (Paris VI), M. Renardy.
  • 13. National Computational Science Alliance (NCSA) Origin 2000, Grant No. CTS990010N, Principal Investigator: Jie Li, Co-PI: Yuriko Renardy. 1/31/99-1/31/00. Start-Up: 4000.0 SU hours.
  • 14. National Computational Science Alliance (NCSA) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Origin 2000, Grant No. CTS990059N, Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy, Co-PI: Jie Li. 11/17/99 - 11/30/2000. Project title: `Start-Up: Breakup of a viscous drop in a Bingham liquid'. 4000.0 SU hours.
  • 15. National Computational Science Alliance proposal CTS990063N. Project title: `Numerical simulation of two-fluid flows: drop breakup and encapsulation', Origin2000. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy. 12/15/99 - 12/31/2000. 40,000 SU hours.
  • 16. American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund ACS-PRF 36109-AC. Project Title: Interfacial Dynamics in Pipeline Transportation of Two Viscous Liquids: Core-Annular Flows, Drops, and Encapsulation. July 1, 2000 - August 31, 2002. Graduate student funded: Mary Ann Clarke. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 17. NSF-DMS Scientific Computing Research Environments for the Mathematical Sciences. 2000.
  • 18. National Computational Science Alliance Supplement to `Numerical simulation of two-fluid flows: drop breakup and encapsulation', Origin2000. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy. 33,800 SU hours. 10/1/00-9/30/01.
  • 19. National Computational Science Alliance `Numerical simulation of two-fluid flows: drop breakup and encapsulation', Origin2000. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy. 58,400 SU hours. -12/31/01.
  • 20. National Science Foundation Chemical and Transport Systems. `Interfacial processing for emulsions: droplet breakup with inertia, non-Newtonian and surfactant effects'. NSF-CTS 0090381, 2001-2004. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy.
  • 21. National Computational Science Alliance `Numerical simulation of two-fluid flows: drop breakup and encapsulation', CTS000007N, Origin2000. Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy. 60,000 SU hours. 12/31/01-8/31/2003.
  • 22. 2003-2008: I am part of the National Institute of Health Grant 1R25GM066534-01A1 (PI Edward J. Smith, Department of Animal and Poultry Science) Virginia Tech Post-baccalaureate Research and Education Program (PREP).
  • 23. National Center for Supercomputing Applications, High Performance Computing Environment IBM P690, 10,000 SUs, DMS050002, 10/27/04 - 10/30/05. Title: The development of algorithms to investigate drop fragmentation under shear for viscoelastic liquids. P.I. Y. Renardy
  • 24. National Science Foundation Mathematical Sciences Priority Area of the Division of Chemical and Transport Systems (CTS) and the Division of Mathematical Sciences DMS-0456086. ``The development and implementation of algorithms to investigate drop fragmentation under shear for viscoelastic liquids with surfactant". Principal Investigator: Yuriko Renardy. 6/15/2005-5/31/2009.
  • 25. National Center for Supercomputing Applications, High Performance Computing Environment IBM P690, 10,000 SUs, CTS060022, 1/17/06 - 1/31/07. Title: The investigation of viscoelastic stresses in simulations of drop deformation under shear. P.I.: Y. Renardy.
  • 26. NCSA grant TG - CTS060013N for 30,000 SU(Service Units), 6/7/2007-6/30/2008. Title: The influence of viscoelasticity on drop deformation in shear flow: transient deformation, orientation and break-up. P.I.: Y. Renardy.
  • 27. NCSA renewal grant CTS060022 for 30,000 service units, 7/23/2008-7/22/2009. Title: Numerical investigation of drop deformation in shear flow of immiscible viscoelastic liquids. P.I.: Y. Renardy.
  • 28. Title: Two-fluid dynamics in polymer processing, ferrohydrodynamics and electrowetting. TeraGrid Large Resource Allocations grant MCA08X019. 500,000 service units, 10/1/2008-9/30/2010. Principal Investigators: Yuriko Renardy and Shahriar Afkhami.
  • 29. Title: Computational study of drop deformation in systems with two immiscible liquids. NSF-DMS 0907788. P.I. Yuriko Renardy and Pengtao Yue. 6/1/2009-5/31/2013.
  • 30. Title: Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Yield Stress Fluids, and Studies of Viscoelasticity and Confinement in the Flow of Two Immiscible Fluids. NSF-DMS 1311707. P.I. Yuriko Renardy. 8/10/2013-2016.