Funded $ 30,000: Design Qualification Test Analysis for Wide Area Augmentation System, Raytheon in conjunction with FAA, July 1, 2000.
Funded $ 10,000: “Differential GPS (DGPS) with Latency Compensation (Continuation),” Lockheed Martin-CSU Partnership Program, February 2000.
Funded $ 17,000: “Differential GPS with Latency Compensation Continued),” “Attitude Determination of Satellites Without Rate Sensors (Continued),” Lockheed Martin-CSU Partnership Program, February 1999.
In-Kind $100,000 Equipment: NovAtel GPS receiver and auxiliary equipment, hardware and software for GPS lab, February 1998 to present.
Funded $20,000: “Differential GPS with Latency Compensation,” “Attitude Determination of Satellites Without Rate Sensors,” Lockheed Martin-CSU Partnership Program. February 1998.
Funded $13,000: “Differential GPS with Latency Compensation,” “Attitude Determination of Satellites without Rate Sensors,” Lockheed Martin-CSU Partnership Program. February 1997.
Funded $30,000: “The Real World and Kalman Filtering” Short Course. Contract Awards (March 1988, July 1988), Office of Extended Education and CSUF School of Engineering and Computer Science.
Funded $25,200: “Request for Block Travel Funds to 1986 25th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Athens, Greece, December 10-12, 1986.” Co-principal Investigator. Co-authored with Jerry M. Mendel, USC. National Science Foundation.
Funded $12,000: “Special Equipment Award,” CSUF, 1980.
CSUF Intramural Grant for Research and Creative Activity, 1994-1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, and 2014.
Endowment: Rockwell International Endowed Chair, Systems Engineering, 1986 (Dr. Harriet Kagiwada, 5 years) Instrumental in securing this endowment.
Mohinder S. Grewal, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering