2002
"CAVECAD, an immersive-interactive design environment"
Proposal submitted to CMU internal sources. (one year $8,900)

"Determining the Requirements on Product and Process Models that Support Building Commissioning"
Submitted to the National Institute for Standards and Technology by Ímer Akin, Burcu Akinci, and James H. Garrett, Jr. on April 25, 2002 (amount funded for 2002: $219,892)

2001
"Case Based Decision Making for Complex Engineered Systems"
Proposal submitted jointly with John Wesner, to the Directorate of Engineering at the National Science Foundation (three years, $400,000).

"Industry Usable Shape Grammar Interpreter"

Proposal submitted jointly with Jonathan Cagan, to the Directorate of Engineering at the National Science Foundation (three years, $600,000).

"A Case-Based Decision Assistance Tool (C-DAT) for the Construction Industry"
Proposal submitted jointly with Robert Ries, to the Construction Industry Institute (two years, $208,000).

2000
"arc.cite.net"
A proposal submitted by the Curriculum Committee to the Office of Technology and Education, Carnegie Mellon University, in order to encourage peep-to-peer computing in the School of Architecture. Requested $100,000. 2001-02 funding: $10.000.

"Virtual Culture"
In kind support requested from The Studio for Cretive Inquiry.

1999
"Cognitive System Engineering in Architectural and Industrial Product Design"
A proposal submitted to CISE Directorate of National Science Foundation by Akin, and Garrett. (Multi-year, >$600,000)

"Computational models for requirements, geometry and performance"
A major funding proposal being prepared by Akin, Mahdavi and Krishnamurti to be submitted to National Science Foundation. (Multi-year, $500,000)

1998
"Design Requirements support environment: SEED-Pro+"
A proposal to National Science Foundation. Requested amount $712,003. Duration: three years.

"Computational Methods for Modeling Processes and Artifacts in Product Design"

A proposal to National Science Foundation. Work to be undertaken jointly by Vesna Popovic of Queensland University of Technology, Australia; and Steven Harrison of Xerox Parc, Palo Alto, California. Request: $578,540. Duration: three years.

"STC: Pittsburgh Center for Science and Technology"

A proposal to National Science Foundation. Participant in proposal submitted by Dwight M Baumann of Mechanical Engineering Department, Carnegie Mellon University. Requested amount $20,000,000.

"Simulation-based reasoning in collaborative engineering design education"
A proposal to National Science Foundation. Participant in proposal submitted by Ardeshir Mahdavi of the School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University. Requested amount $484,122. Duration: three years.

1997
"Enhancing technological education: decision making and ethics across the curriculum in a technological society"
A proposal to National Science Foundation. Participant in proposal submitted by Indira Nair of Engineering and Public Policy Department, Carnegie Mellon University. Requested amount $200,000. Duration: three years.