Obtaining research funds

Origin of research funds

Title of research project

Duration

Money allocated

UNESCO (Kenya) and International Centre for Theoretical Physics (Italy)

International Conference on Variational Problems

21-26 August 1995

USD3,500 &

USD5,000

UNESCO (Nairobi)

Research visit to the University of Cape Town

October 1995

USD2,000

Third World Academy of Sciences (Italy)

Singularities of boundary value problems

1 yr  (1995)

USD8,000

NRF (Open Research Programme)

Singularities in hydrodynamics

1 yr  (1998)

R61,000

NRF (Open Research Programme)

Singularities in hydrodynamics

1 yr  (1999)

R85,000

NRF (Institutional Research Development Programme)

Nonstandard finite difference methods

1 yr  (1999)

R34,000

Third World Academy of Sciences (Italy)

Nonstandard finite difference methods

1 yr  (2000)

USD4,650

NRF (Open Research Programme)

Singularities in hydrodynamics

1 yr  (2000)

R119,000

NRF (Institutional Research Development Programme)

Nonstandard finite difference methods

1 yr  (2000)

R80,000

International Centre for Theoretical Physics (Italy)

PhD in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at the University of Pretoria for the SADC region

2 yrs (2001 and 2006)

USD10,000

International Centre for Theoretical Physics (Italy)

Foundation post-graduate courses and collaboration with the University of Kinshasa

1 yr (2001)

USD2,900

NRF (Unlocking the future)

Singularities in hydrodynamics

1 yr (2001)
and 
1 yr (2002)

R48,000

R34,000

NRF (Unlocking the future) +
NRF Incentive funding for rated researchers

 Singularities and reliable numerics

 

5 yrs (2003-2007)
and
4 yrs (2009-2012)
5 yrs (2013-2018)
 

R628,000

 
R510,000 +
R320,000
R400 000
 

University of Pretoria Postdoctoral Programme

Nonstandard methods for singularly perturbed problems

2 years (2004-2005)

R180 000

First Rand Foundation Upgrade of the Laboratory for Advanced Computation, University of Pretoria 2007 R250 000
DST/NRF SARCHl Chair in Mathematical Models and Methods in Bioengineering and Biosciences 2013-2018 R10 000 000
DHET Teaching developing Grant Collaborative Project: Strengthening Academic Staff Development in Mathematical and Statistical Sciences in South Africa 2017-2019 R25 873 341
University of Pretoria Media alert feedback in the dynamics of waterborne diseases including cholera and schistosomoiasis in South Africa 2017-2020 R900 000
       

 

 

 

 

 

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