Office of Research Services

Mission

The Office of Research Services (ORS) will assist faculty, staff and students to enrich all types of research and educational experiences and to operate consistently at the highest level of integrity and responsiveness in all areas of sponsored research focusing on each grantee as distinctive and significant to Florida Polytechnic as a whole.

The primary purpose of ORS is to facilitate an efficient and robust research management hub for the University’s mission. We provide end-to-end research support services for all faculty, students and staff including funding identification, compliance, and award management and reporting.

What We Do

ORS provides the full suite of grant and contract support and services:

  • Funding Searches and Identification
  • Proposal and Budget Development
  • Compliance Review and Assurances
  • Post-Award Management
  • Financial Reporting

Spotlight on Recent Awards (FY 2017)

Horton, Melba. Trelahose and Tetrahymena: A Space Life. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) through the Florida Space Grant Consortium at University of Central Florida. $12,100.

Gagneja, Kanwalinderjit. Curriculum and Lab/Technology Development on Digital Forensics. Florida Cybersecurity Center at the University of South Florida. $44,100.

Bohm, Matt. Collaborative Research: Evaluating the Impact of Teaching Function in an Engineering Design Curriculum. National Science Foundation. $106,520.

Drake, Christina; Chintakunta, Harish; Coughlin, Christopher. Phase IV: Real Time Monitoring and Prediction of Reduced Visibility Events on Florida’s Highways. Florida Department of Transportation. $1,499,995.

Recent Publications

Jim Dewey, Paul T. Sindelar, Elizabeth Bettini, Erling E. Boe, Michael S. Rosenberg, Chris Leko. Explaining the Decline in Special Education Teacher Employment From 2005 to 2012. Exceptional Children. Volume: 83 issue: 3, page(s): 315-329. First published date: June-26-2017. 10.1177/0014402916684620

Feng-Jen Yang’s paper “Crafting a Lightweight Bayesian Inference Engine” submitted to the World Congress on Engineering 2016 conference in March 2016 will be included in the conference proceeding published by IAENG (ISBN: 978-988-19253-0-5).

A recent publication of Dr. Kanwalinderjit Gagneja and Dr. Luis Jaimes entitled: “Computational Security and the Economics of Password Hacking” was accepted by the conference of Future Network Systems and Security 2017 (FNSS 2017), and published in the Springer series: Communications in Computer and Information science (CCIS, volume 759 ). https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-65548-2_3

Dr. Arman Sargolzaei published “Resilient Design of Networked Control Systems Under Time Delay Switch Attacks, Application in Smart Grid” in the IEEE ACCESS journal which has impact factor of 3.25. The paper can be found online: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7994606/

M. S. Ullah and M. H. Chowdhury, “Analytical Models of High-Speed RLC Interconnect Delay for Complex and Real Poles,” in IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, vol. 25, no. 6, pp. 1831-1841, June 2017. doi: 10.1109/TVLSI.2017.2654921

Contact Us

Jeanne Viviani | Director Sponsored Programs
jviviani@floridapoly.edu | 863-874-8534

 

Brittaney Sottile-Roe | Grants Post Award Manager
bsottileroe@floridapoly.edu | 863-874-8427

 

Please leave any general inquiries to grants@floridapoly.edu