Research Projects

  • A.  Qasem, (PI), H. Shi (Co-PI), W. Peng (Co-PI), M. Burtscherand (Co-PI), and  D. E. Tamir (Co-PI), NSF-TUES, “Preparing Computer Science Students for the Multi-core Era: Teaching Parallel Computing in the Undergraduate Curriculum Early and Often,” $143,000,  08/01/2012 -  05/31/1015


  • L. Lu (PI), D.E. Tamir (Co-PI), H. Shi (Co-PI), H. Ju (Co-PI),  “Automated Crack Documentation Using Digital Images: Scoping Study,” TxDOT, $94,736, 8/31/2012 - 7,31/2013


  • D.E. Tamir (PI), and A. Qasem (Co-PI), SRC- phase 2 (full proposal), “Power Consumption Based Multicore Task Scheduling and Load Balancing,” $184.5k 2011-2014. In collaboration with Lizy Jones (PI-University of Texas), SRC- phase 2 (full proposal), “Power Consumption Based Multicore Task Scheduling and Load Balancing,” $175.5.5k 2011-2014.Total funding from the SRC - $360k


  • D. E. Tamir (PI), C. J.  Mueller (Co-PI), and O. V. Komogortsev (Co-PI), "Development of a Pinpoint Analysis Tool and its Implementation for User Interface Problem Determination,” Emerson Process Control, Austin, Texas, $49.7K from Emerson and $15K matching funds from Texas State University, 10/2010.- 6/2011.


  • Tamir (PI), C.J. Mueller (Co-PI), and O. Komogortsev (Co-PI), “Pinpoint analysis and Usability Assessment of Emerson Process Control Software,” Emerson Process Control Austin Texas $49.7k, 2011.


  • Tamir (PI), C.J. Mueller (Co-PI), and O. Komogortsev (Co-PI), “Usability Assessment of Emerson Process Control Software,” Emerson Process Control Austin Texas $5k, 2009.


  • W.G. Geerts (PI), D. E. Tamir (Co-PI), NSF-MRI: “Development of a Complex Topography Photolithography Tool for Micro-patterning on Non-Flat Substrates”, $99k from NSF and $50k matching fund from Texas State University, 2009-2012.


  • D. E. Tamir (PI), “Diverse Video Clip Repository for Diversity Awareness Enhancement,” Equity & Access committee, Texas State University-San Marcos, $5K 2009.


  • D. E. Tamir and W. J. Geerts , “Advanced Laser Beam Shaping using Optical and Imaging Techniques”, Research Enhancement Program, Texas State University, $16K, 2007.


  • D.E. Tamir and R. Satisfier, "Internet Programming Using Java and Ada, an On-Line Distance Learning Course", Funded by the Ada Joint Program Office, Washington, DC, $35k, 1995.


  • D.E. Tamir and L. Khatib, "A Web based collaborative document generation tool", Funded by the Ada Joint Program Office, Washington, DC, $34k, 1995.


  • D.E. Tamir and R. Levy, "Computer Enhanced Analysis of Radionuclide Gastrointestinal Bleeding Scans Phase II", Funded by Holmes Regional Medical Center, Melbourne, Florida, $10k, 1995.


  • Dan E. Tamir, "A Graphical Flat File Editor for KATE-C", NASA, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, $16.5k, 1994.


  • D.E. Tamir and R. Levy, "Computer Enhanced Analysis of Radionuclide Gastrointestinal Bleeding Scans", Funded by Holmes Regional Medical Center, Melbourne, Florida, $10k, 1994; $10K 1995.


  • G. Zarillo, D. E. Tamir and H. A. Swain, "Image Processing for Environmental Monitoring", Funded by the TRDA, Melbourne, Florida, $50k, 1992.


  • D. E. Tamir, "Construction of a Temporal Image Data-Base for the Indian River Lagoon Area", Funded by the DNR, Tampa, Florida, and DBA, Melbourne, Florida, $15k, 1992


  • D. E. Tamir, "A system for Automatic Inspection of Electronic Microcircuits". Funded by Chip Supply, Orlando, Florida, $15k, 1991.