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    PI: Jennifer Reeve, co-PI: Arthur Caplan, co-PI: Man-Kuen Kim, co-PI: Jennifer MacAdam, co-PI: Curtis Dyreson.
    Modelling Utah's Agricultural Landscape.
    Utah Agricultural Experiement Station.
    July. 2018 - July. 2020.
    $70000.

    PI: Curtis Dyreson.
    Improving the ACM SIGMOD Website.
    ACM SIGMOD.
    January 2015 - May 2015.
    $5015.

    PI: Curtis Dyreson and Omar Florez.
    IBM Scalable Analytics for a Smarter Planet Innovations Award - Smarter Traffic Understanding.
    IBM.
    January 2011 - December 2011.
    $20000.

    PI: Mary Barkworth, co-PI: Curtis Dyreson, and co-PI: Xiaojun Qi.
    Virtual Herbarium Development.
    Utah Agricultural Experiement Station.
    Jan. 2010 - Dec. 2010.
    $20000.

    PI: Curtis Dyreson.
    A Vegetation and Cave Database for Grand Canyon National Park.
    National Park Service.
    Sep. 2009 - Aug. 2010.
    $24785.

    PI: Curtis Dyreson.
    Pathfree.
    Utah State University New Faculty Research Grant.
    May 2008 - April 2009.
    $9241.

    PI: Curtis Dyreson.
    New Search Engine Strategies for the World-Wide Web.
    James Cook Univeristy Merit Research Grant.
    Feb. 1997 - Nov. 1998.
    $12300 (AUD).

    PI: Curtis Dyreson.
    Supporting Forecast Data in a Temporal Database.
    James Cook University Merit Research Grant.
    Feb. 1996 - Nov. 1996.
    $8000 (AUD).

    PI: S. Kapur, co-PI: Curtis ~Dyreson, co-PI: Anthony M. Sloane, and co-PI: Ian White.
    A World Wide Web Toolkit for Teaching.
    James Cook University Teaching and Learning Grant.
    Feb. 1995 - Nov. 1995.
    $12000 (AUD).

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
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