Grants

Design and Innovation Capacity Building in India/ DESINNO: The grant for IIIT Delhi is 148,1000 euros or 1.18 crore INR. The total grant (for 6 institutes) is 830,795 euros.

A Mobile-Based Training Platform for ASHA workers, Phase 1: $ 100,000, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, GCE Round 20, May 2018 – Dec. 2019. The Phase 2 award is $ 1 million for three years (subject to successful completion of phase 1). Only 35 awards were given to recipients from 17 countries out of 1500+ applications.

NIHR Global Health Research Group on Psychosis Outcomes, the Warwick-India-Canada WIC Network: 43,20,000 INR, NIHR, UK Feb. 2018 – Feb. 2021. It is a multi-institutional project between UK, Canada, and India – The Warwick University is the lead team overall and AIIMS leads the Indian side;

HumanSense : Mobile Sensing and Data Analytics for Sustainability and Healthcare, 1,84,00,000 INR, ITRA, India, Feb. 2014 – Dec. 2018. The total outlay is above 2,61,00,000 INR allocated for three institutes.

Personalized Mobility Services for Urban Travelers, 10,02,421 INR, CEFIPRA-DST, India, Sep. 2014 – Aug. 2017.

A Mobile Device-centric Environment for Healthcare Delivery, 46,80,000 INR, DEiTY, India, April 2013 – March 2016. (total outlay was 69,22,000 INR for IIITD and PGIMER, Chandigarh.

Security Analysis of Networks, 1,98,000 INR, DRDO, India, Oct. 2012. The grant was to organize a week-long workshop on the mentioned topic.

Analysis of Ad-hoc Network, 15,00,000 INR, DRDO, India, August 2012 – Nov. 2013.

Development and Evaluation of Mobile Learning Techniques for Indian Masses, 5,11,000 INR, DST, India, March 2012 – Feb. 2015.

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