Mayank Varia, Azer Bestavros, Ran Canetti, Shafi Goldwasser, and Leo Reyzin. Optimized Relations Auditing for Compliance with Laws and Ethical Statements (ORACLES). DARPA SIEVE Program Award ($4,000,000), 2020.
Azer Bestavros and Mayank Varia. MPC-Enabled Multiagency Juvenile Justice Analytics for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. DARPA SRI subcontract ($251,365), 2019.
Azer Bestavros. The Honda Research Institutes Collaboratory at Boston University. Honda Research Institutes GmBH. Collaborative Research Agreement ($660,000), 2019.
Mayank Varia, Azer Bestavros, Ran Canetti, and Orran Krieger. InTrans: Modular Security onan Open Cloud. NSF CISE CNS Award #1931714 ($499,999), 2019.
Mayank Varia, Azer Bestavros, and Andrew Sellars. Early-Stage Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Multi-regulation computation. NSF CISE DCL/SaTC Award #1915763 ($300,000), 2019.
David Starrobinski and Azer Bestavros. Management of Advance Reservations in Cloud and Network Services. NSF CISE CNS Award #1717858 ($507,158), 2017.
Azer Bestavros and Orran Krieger. The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University. Red Hat Inc. Collaborative Research Agreement ($5,000,000), 2016.
Ran Canetti, Azer Bestavros, Alley Stoughton. ACHILLES: Assured CryptograpHic Integration of muLtiple Languages for Encrypted Systems. IARPA NEU subcontract ($3,229,708), 2019.
Azer Bestavros, Ran Canetti, and Mayank Varia. Research Collaboration on Development of Privacy-Preserving Personal Assistants. Honda Research Institutes GmBH. Collaborative Research Agreement ($750,000), 2017.
Andrei Lapets, Azer Bestavros, Mayank Varia. Modular Platform for Web-based Secure Multi-Party Analytics. NSF CISE CNS SaTC Frontier Award #1718135 ($499,577), 2017.
Azer Bestavros and Ioannis Paschalidis. Smart and Connected Communities Workshop: Visioning for Effective Community/University/Industry Collaboration Models. NSF CISE CNS Award #1748189 ($99,963), 2017.
Ran Canetti, Jonathan Appavoo, Azer Bestavros, Sharon Goldberg, George Kollios, and Orran Krieger. MACS: A Modular Approach to Cloud Security. NSF CISE CNS SaTC Frontier Award #1414119 ($10,000,000), 2014.
Azer Bestavros, Christos Cassandras, Lucy Hutyra, and Evimaria Terzi. SCOPE: A Smart-city Cloud-based Open Platform and Ecosystem. NSF Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnerships PFI:BIC Award #1430145 ($800,000), 2014.
Azer Bestavros and Assaf Kfoury. FORMSEC: Formal Methods for Embedded System Security. DRAPER Laboratories ($110,000), 2014.
Orran Krieger, Azer Bestavros, James Cuff (Harvard), Peter Desnoyers (Northeastern), and John Goodhue (MGHPCC). The Massachusetts Open Cloud. The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative Matching Grant Program ($3,000,000), 2014.
Ran Canetti and Azer Bestavros. EAGER: Holistic Security for Cloud Computing: Verifiable Computation. NSF CISE CNS Award #1347522 ($200,000), 2013.
Azer Bestavros and Assaf Kfoury. FORMSEC: Formal Certification of ARM-based Software. DRAPER Laboratories ($110,000), 2013.
Christos Cassandras, Azer Bestavros, Robert Gao, Weibo Gong, Assaf Kfoury, and Yannis Paschalidis. CPS: A Cyber-Physical Infrastructure for the Smart City. NSF CISE CNS Award #1239021 ($1,000,000), 2012.
Azer Bestavros, Assaf Kfoury, and Mark Reynolds. SICS: Software Inspection and Certification Service. Ignition Award, BU Office of Technology Development ($50,000), 2012.
Evimaria Terzi and Azer Bestavros. Generalized Centrality Measures with Applications to Information Networks. Google Faculty Research Award ($37,562), 2011.
Azer Bestavros et al. Towards Trustworthy Interactions in the Cloud. NSF CISE CNS SaTC Award #1012798 ($3,000,000), 2010.
Assaf Kfoury, Azer Bestavros, and Ibrahim Matta. Genericity in Network Software: Using Type Systems and Formal Methods to Harness Diverse Theories and Calculi for Scalable and Safe Compositions of Network Services. NSF CISE/CCF SRS Award #0820138 ($400,000), 2008.
Christos Cassandras, Azer Bestavros, Robert Gao, Weibo Gong, and Yannis Paschalidis. EFRI-ARESCI: Event-Driven Sensing for Enterprise Reconfigurability and Optimization. NSF ENG EFRI Award #0735974 ($1,999,573), 2007.
Azer Bestavros. EAGER: Towards a Marketplace for Colocation of Cloud Services. NSF CISE CNS Award #0952145 ($199,810), 2009.
Azer Bestavros, Assaf Kfoury, and Ibrahim Matta. Leveraging Type Systems for the Development of High-Assurance Cyber-Physical Systems and Appications. NSF CISE/CSR EHS/CPS Award #0720604 ($99,999), 2007.
Azer Bestavros. Performance Profiling of End-Host Intrusion Detection Systems. Fortress Technologies. ($37,000), 2005.
Azer Bestavros and Ibrahim Matta. Towards Trusted Adaptation Dynamics in Computing Systems and Networks. NSF CISE/CNS Cybertrust Award #0524477 ($300,000), 2005.
John Byers and Azer Bestavros. Expressive Resource Specification and Discovery in Configurable Networks. NSF CISE/CNS NeTS-NBD Award #0520166 ($390,000), 2005.
Ibrahim Matta and Azer Bestavros. Cellular Network IP Traffic Measurement and Characterization. Sprint Advanced Technology Labs, IP Group. ($25,000), 2005.
Azer Bestavros, John Byers, Mark Crovella, and Ibrahim Matta. IP Network Characterization, Analysis, and Evaluation. Sprint Advanced Technology Labs, IP Group. ($60,000), 2003.
Azer Bestavros and Assaf Kfoury (et al.). Internet Flows as First-Class Values: Support for Dynamic, Flexible Internet Services. NSF CISE/ANIR ITR Award #0205294 ($1,665,497), 2002.
Azer Bestavros (et al.). CISE Research Infrastructure: SENSORIUM: Research Infrastructure for Managing Spatio-Temporal Objects in Video Sensor Networks. NSF CISE/EIA Research Infrastructure Award #0202067 and Boston University Cost Sharing ($1,247,395 + $414,912), 2002.
Ibrahim Matta, Azer Bestavros, and Mark Crovella. A Control Theoretic Approach to the Design of Internet Traffic Managers. NSF CISE/ANIR Special Project in Networking Award #0095988 ($719,968), 2000.
Azer Bestavros, John Byers, and Mark Crovella. Diagnosis and Control of Network Variability by Massively Accessed Servers. NSF CISE/ANIR Special Project in Networking Award #9986397 ($1,210,768), 1999.
Azer Bestavros. Large-scale WWW Services on the NT Platform. Microsoft University Relations. ($20,000), 1998.
Azer Bestavros and Mark Crovella. COMMONWEALTH: Architecture and Protocols for Scalable WWW Service. NSF CISE/EIA Experimental Software Systems Award #9706685 ($590,087), 1997.
Azer Bestavros. Speculative Concurrency Control for Distributed Real-time Database Systems. GTE Laboratories, University Support Program ($25,000), 1995.
Azer Bestavros, Marina Chen, and Abdelsalam Heddaya. Real-time, Multimedia and High Performance Computing in Distributed Systems. NSF CISE/EIA Research Instrumentation Award #952940 ($95,167), 1995.
Azer Bestavros. Real-Time Computer Monitoring and Control Methodologies. Army Research Office, University Basic Research., 1994.
Azer Bestavros. Cleopatra: A Programming Environment for Embedded Time-Critical Systems. NSF CISE/CCR Research Initiation Award #9308344 ($99,807), 1993.
Azer Bestavros. Delegation of Authority Web Services. Air Force Research Laboratory/BBN Subcontract ($60,000). Award returned due to DFAR restriction on publications which is unacceptable by Boston University, 2010.
Azer Bestavros and Assaf Kfoury. Cross-Domain Identity Management and Entitlement. Air Force Research Laboratory/BBN Subcontract ($100,000). Award returned due to DFAR restriction on publications which is unacceptable by Boston University, 2010.
Azer Bestavros. US-Middle East: Regional Workshop On Emerging Networking Research. NSF CISE/CNS & OISE Award #0958498 ($165,352), 2009.
Azer Bestavros. BU/CS Industrial Affiliates Program. Microsoft University Relations. ($25,000), 2005.
Azer Bestavros. ICNP 2005 Travel Awards in Support of Graduate Students, Minority, and Minority-Serving Faculty. NSF CISE/CNS Award #0548724 ($25,000), 2005.
Azer Bestavros. BU/CS Industrial Affiliates Program. Microsoft University Relations. ($200,000), 2001-2004.
Azer Bestavros, John Byers, and Mark Crovella. Internet Measurement, Instrumentation and Characterization, held on August 30, 1999 at Boston University. NSF CISE/ANIR Award #9985484 ($11,494), 1999.