Prof Sujit K Sahu

          

   

RCUK Grants

Grant Reference and Body Dates Value Title Remarks
EP/J017485/1 and EPSRC 2013-2016 GBP365,643 A rigorous statistical framework for estimating the long-term health effects of air pollution I am the sole investigator on this grant awarded to Southampton and it relates to a partner grant held by Glasgow University.
NE/J012238/1 and NERC 2012-2015 GBP475,583 Quantifying annual cycles of macronutrient fluxes and net effect of transformations in an estuary: their responses to stochastic storm-driven events I am a CI who leads the statistical modelling arm in this multi-disciplinary multi-university consortium grant totalling more than a million pounds. This will enable me to hire a statistics post-doc for one year.
EP/H010637/1 and EPSRC 2010-2012 GBP341,363 MetSim: a Hospital Simulation Support Tool Using Meteorological Information to Improve the Planning and Management of Health Services I am a CI who led the statistical modelling arm in this joint grant with Cardiff Univerrsity.
EP/C531965/1 and EPSRC 2005 GBP4,507 Recent advances in modelling spatio-temporal data This grant, obtained jointly with Prof Susan Lewis, enabled me to organise a research workshop in Southampton.
EP/C008863/1 and EPSRC 2005-2010 GBP415,486 PLATFORM: End-to-End pipeline for chemical information: from the laboratory to literature and back again I am a CI who led the statistical modelling arm in this multi-disciplinary grant.

Travel and Sabbatical Funding

Funding Body Dates Value Purpose Remarks
SAMSI 2013 US$2,000 To participate in a SAMSI-SAVI US-India workshop on environmental statistics I gave an invited talk.
Australian National University 2011 AUS$8,000 To establish research collaboration. This funding also allowed me to give a 3-day shor-course on Bayesian methods for spatial and spatio-temporal data.
Duke University 2011 US$3,000 To continue research collaboration. This funding also allowed me to give 3 invited talks in the USA.
The National Academies 2007 US$45,000 To model large space-time data This funding allowed me to become a resident Senior Research Fellow at the US Environmental protection Agency offices in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
US Environmental protection Agency 2005-2006 US$45,000 To model and forecast ozone levels in the Eastern USA This funding allowed me to develop methods and software for real time forecasting of ozone levels.
Universities of Rome and Bergamo, Italy 2004-2005 EUR5,000 To work with Prof Giovanna Jona Lasinio and Prof A. Fasso. This enabled me to visit Rome and Bergamo for three weeks.
SAMSI 2003 US$11,500 To participate in a SAMSI environmental statistics programme This funding allowed me to visit SAMSI for 6 months that initiated collaboration with Prof Alan Gelfand (Duke University) and Dr David Holland, US Environmental Protection Agency.
The Royal Society, UK 1999 GBP600 To give an invited talk at Joint Statistical Meetings I gave a talk at the JSM in Baltimore in 1999.

Other Forms of Funding

Funding Body Dates Value Purpose Remarks
University of Southampton 2011 GBP21,000 To partially fund a PhD Studentship for 3 years I won this from a university-wide competition.
University of Southampton 2008 GBP75,000 An overseas PhD studentship I won this from a university-wide competition.
University of Southampton 2008 GBP75,000 A PhD studentship This funding was obtained jointly with Dr Andrew Chipperfield in Engineering.
Dorothy Hodgkin Trust 2005 GBP75,000 A PhD studentship for three years This grant was administered by the University of Southampton and was obtained jointly with Peter Challenor.
The Royal Statistical Society, UK 2005 GBP1,200 To jointly organise a research workshop in Southampton The workshop had more than 60 participants from 10 different countries.
Ordnance Survey, UK 2005 GBP500 To organise a research workshop in Southampton The workshop had more than 60 participants from 10 different countries.

Mathematical Sciences | S3RI | University of Southampton
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