- NSF-CBMS Conference on Additive Combinatorics from a Geometric Viewpoint, May 21-25, 2018, University of South Carolina, PI, co-PIs: Eva Czabarka, Frank Thorne, by NSF contract 1743625, (2018), total amount: $ 35,000
- Support from the American Mathematical Society to co-organize a 40-participant Mathematics Research Communities workshop for peridoctoral students "Beyond Planarity: Crossing Numbers of Graphs" Snowbird, Utah, June 11-18, 2017 with E. Czabarka, S. Fernandez-Merchant, G. Salazar, M. Schaefer,
- Extremal and Probabilistic Combinatorics with Applications II (2016-2019) by NSF under contract DMS 1600811 PI, co-PI: Lincoln Lu total amount: $180,000
- Chemical Graph Theory in Croatia, (2015) USC VP Research SPARC grant, $5,000, PI, co-PI Taylor Short (to support Taylor Short's one-month research trip to Croatia)
- Internationalization a Pillar of Development of the University of Maribor, (2014-2017), supported by the EU and the government of Slovenia, foreign collaborator, PI: D. Bokal
- Fast Convergent Markov Chains for Graph Sampling, (2013) USC Provost's SPARC grant, $ 5,000, PI, co-PI Heather Smith (to support Heather Smith's one-month research trip to the Renyi Institute, Budapest, Hungary)
- Extremal and Probabilistic Combinatorics with Applications (2013-2016) by NSF under contract DMS 1300547 PI, co-PI: Lincoln Lu total amount: $184,000
- Network Science Summer School at USC in 2013, by the Provost's Office, PI, co-PIs: Qi Wang, Lincoln Lu, $ 21.949
- (DARPA-GRAPHS)-Ensemble-based modeling of large graphs and its applications to social networks (2012-2014), AFOSR FA9550-12-1-0405 $ 1,044,592, PI: Zoltan Toroczkai (Notre Dame), co-PI's: Nitesh Chowla (Notre Dame), George Korniss (RPI), Kevin Bassler (University of Houston), Eva Czabarka (USC)
- Support from the Banff International Research Station to co-organize a 20-participant workshop "Crossing numbers turn useful" with G. Salazar and D. Archdeacon, August 21-26 2011, Banff
- Extremal and Probabilistic Combinatorics II (2010-2013) by NSF under contract DMS 1000475, PD, co-PD: Lincoln Lu, $ 175.000
- Admistrative Supplement: Phylogenetic Analysis with Complex Genome Rearrangement Events (2009--2010) by NIH NIGMS 3 R01 GM078991-03S1, co-I, PI: Jijun Tang (USC CSE), co-I's: Éva Czabarka (USC Math) and Todd Vision (UNC Biology) $ 89,000
- Support from SIAM to organize the 33rd annual SIAM-SEAS conference in Columbia, SC, April 4-5, 2009 $ 4,180
- Extremal and Probabilistic Combinatorics (2007--2010) by NSF under contract DMS 070 1111, PD, co-PD: Lincoln Lu, $ 104,118
- Phylogenetic Analysis with Complex Genome Rearrangement Events (2006--2009) by NIH NIGMS 1 R01 GM078991-01, co-I, PI: Jijun Tang (USC CSE), co-I: Todd Vision (UNC Biology) $ 639,000
- Combinatorics with Applications (2003--2006), by NSF under contract number 0302307, co-PD, co-PD: Jerrold Griggs, total amount: $ 210,000
- Computational improvements in statistical genomics through the use of novel hardware and parallelized software (2002), by USC (Focal Points of Excellence), co-PD, co-PDs: Peter Waddell and Duncan Buell, total amount: $ 58,108
- Combinatorics and its applications, (2000-2003), by NSF under the contract DMS 0072187, co-PD, co-PD: Jerrold Griggs, total amount: $ 165,000
- On the analysis and interpretation of biological sequence data, (2000), by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, co-PI, PD: Austin Hughes, total amount applied for: $ 170,000
- Extremal combinatorics, (1997-2000), by NSF under the contract DMS 9701211, co-PD, co-PD: Jerrold Griggs total amount: $ 135,000
- New problems in the theory of finite set systems, (1995-98) by the Hungarian National Science Fund under the contract T 016 358, PD, co-PI: Péter L. Erdős, total amount: HUF 1,480,000
- Efficient communication in networks, (1992-93) by the U.S. Office of Naval Research under the contract N-0014-91-J-1385, co-PI, PD: Roger C. Entringer, total amount: $ 75,000