2020

  1. Resilient Price Hill. UC Forward C19 co-LAB awards. PI: Conrad kickert. Co-PI: Ming Tang, Yexuan Gu. $17,986. 08.2020-01.2021
  2. Future of Work: Understanding the interrelationships between humans and technology to improve the quality of work life in smart buildings. Grant: #SES-2026594 PI:  David W. Wendell. Co-PI: Harfmann, Anton; Fry, Michael; Rebola, Claudia; Bhiwapurkar, Pravin; Black, Ann; Linders, Annulla; Nassif, Nabil; Tang, Ming;  01-01-2021 -12-31-2021 National Science Foundation $149,720. Awarded Level:Federal 
  3. Develop and Assess Active Shooter Virtual Reality Training for Ohio Law Enforcement.  PI: J.C Barnes. Co-PI: Tang,  Latessa, Haberman. Office of Criminal Justice Services. $50,000. 09. 2020-09.2021 ( $28K)
  4. Using Checklists and Virtual Reality to Improve Police Investigations. Collaborative Research Advancement Grants. UC. $25,000. PI: Haberman. Co-PI: Tang, Barnes. Period: 07.2020-01.2022.
  5. Assess the effectiveness of Type 2 and Type 3 safety vests for day and night use-Phase. Ohio Department of Transportation. PI: Ma. Co-PI: Tang. Wang.  $337,366.31. ($191,458.16 in FY2020  and  $145,908.15  in  FY2021) Period: 02.2020-02.2022.  
  6. Tobii Pro Glasses Training. DAAP Faculty Development Grant. co-PI: Hildebrandt, Auffrey, Tang. $2,500. spring semester. 2020.
  7. Geospatial Imagery Analytics Research.Sponsored research by the Cincinnati Insurance Companies. PI. Tang. Co-PI: Jiaqi Ma. $59,000. Period: 02.2020- 12.2020. 
  8. UC International 2020 Incentive Grant. “Architectural Interventions: Design-Build collaboration of the University of Cincinnati and BeijingJiaotong University.” PI: Tang. $3,750. 
  9. Collaborative teaching to study the social impact of A.I, Automation, and Robots, PI: Tang. Co-PI: Cory Haberman, Tamara Lorenz. Funded by UC Forward Course Development grant. The Future of (no) Work and Artificial Intelligence. $15,000. Period: 09.2020- 12.2020. ( awarded fund rescind due to COV-19 budget freeze)

2019

  1. Development of a Virtual Reality Augmented Violence Reduction Training System for Active and Mass Shooting incidents. PI: Ed Latessa. Co-PIs: J.C. Barnes, Ming Tang, Cory Haberman, Dan Gerard,Tim Sabransky. $10,000. Start-up fund. UC Digital Futures anchor tenant cohort
  2. “Paving the way for vehicle highway automation:  An integrated simulation-centered testing platform”. Collaborative Advancement Grants Program – Strategic Teams. $70,000. PI: Jiaqi Ma, Co-PI: Ming Tang. Kelly Cohen.
  3. “Evaluate Opportunities to Provide Training Simulation for ODOT Snow and Ice Drivers”. Phase 2. Ohio Department of Transportation. PI: Jiaqi Ma. Co-PI: Ming Tang. $952,938. Grant #: 1014440. ODOT 32391 / FHWA Period: 01.2019-03.2022
  4. ITSC Faculty Engagement Initiative. Funded by UC Next Lives Here strategic direction and the Innovation. $2,000.
  5. Ihsan Community Center Design. Sponsored studio. $5,000. PI: Tang
  6. Partner with Beijing Jiaotong University (BJTU), Design + Build project “Pear Orchard Cabins” , UIA-CBC Competition Stage II. $7,200. Granted by UC international  & SAID. Faculty supervisor: Hamamaker, Tang. 2019

2018

  1. “Eye-tracking technology”. Strategic Collaborative/Interdisciplinary Award. UC.  $19,940. PI: Tang. Co-PI: Auffrey, Hildebrandt.
  2. “Evaluate Opportunities to Provide Training Simulation for ODOT Snow and Ice Drivers”. Phase-1. Ohio Department of Transportation. PI: Jiaqi Ma. Co-PI: Ming Tang, Julian Wang. $39,249. ODOT 32391 / FHWA. Period: 01.2018- 01.2019
  3. “Project-Based Collaborative Coursework for Developing Connected Transportation Network and Accessible Multimodal Hub in Uptown”. UC Forward grant. Co-PI: Heng Wei, Na Chen, Xinhao Wang, Jiaqi Ma, Ming Tang. $5,000. Total $27,500. 

2017

  1. “Magic School Bus for Computational Cell”,  the Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences and Integrated Research Advancement Grants. (AHSS)  UC.  $8,550. PI: Tang. Co-PI: Zhang. T.

2016

  1. CUE grant. UC.  $4,500. Hybrid Reality: Using Augmented Reality and Holograms for Wayfinding and Signage Research. PI: Tang. Co-PI:  Auffrey, C., Wang, X.
  2. Provost Innovative Technology Award. $70,000.  Architectural Robotic Lab. PI. Klemmt. C.,  Marcu.M. Tang. M.
  3. Third Century Faculty Research Grant.UC. $10,000.  Unfolding CocoOn. PI: Tang. Marcu.M

2015

  1. Faculty Development Award. FDC. Track B, Hardware. $430
  2. FDC Department &  Interdisciplinary Grant. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Using Immersive Data Visualization for Teaching and Research. FDC UC. $ 9,700. PI: Tang.  Co-PI: Auffrey, C., Wang, X., Lu, M
  3. Low Carbon City. Shenzhen Center for Design. ALCCA parallel research Grant. China. RMB 50,000 ( $8,069) PI: Tang.  Co-PI: Auffrey, C., Wang, X., Lu, M

2014

  1. Block grant. UC International ( study abroad)  $24,000. Sustainable Urbanism. Co-taught with Auffrey, C., Wang, X., Lu, M.
  2. UC Forward Grants. Sustainable Urbanism: An International Perspective. PI: Tang, M., Auffrey, C., Wang, X., Lu, M.  $7,800. Granted. 
  3. Faculty Development Award. FDC, University of Cincinnati.  $2,695.Granted. ( ACADIA. LA)
  4. Faculty Development Award. FDC, University of Cincinnati.  $2,410. Granted. ( ARCC, Hawaii)

2013

  1. Faculty Development Award. FDC, University of Cincinnati.  $2,695. Granted. (ACADIA, Cambridge, Canada)
  2. 2013-2014 UC Forward Grants. Sustainable Urbanism: An International Perspective. Co-PI: Auffrey, C., Lu, M.  $10,000. Granted. 

2012

  1. Faculty Abroad Grant. $500. UC International Office. Granted.
  2. University Research Council Grant (URC) Co-PI: Auffrey, C., Lu, M. $18,175. Granted. (D700178)
  3. Faculty Development Award. FDC, University of Cincinnati.  $2,379. Granted. ( ACADIA, San Francisco)
  4. UC Forward Grants. Sustainable Urbanism: An International Perspective. Co-PI: Auffrey, C., Lu, M.  $9,200. Granted. 
  5. UC Education Abroad Program Development Grants, awarded by UC International.  Sustainable Urbanism: An International Perspective” (China) Co-PI: Auffrey, C., Lu, M. . $2,500. Granted.
  6. Faculty Development Award. FDC, University of Cincinnati.  $1,766. Granted. (ACSA, Boston)

2011

  1. 2011 Instructional Technology Institute. The University of Cincinnati. $750. Granted.
  2. New Faculty Travel Grant. DAAP, University of Cincinnati. $350. Granted.
  3. Faculty Development Award. FDC, University of Cincinnati.  $1,265. Granted. (ARCC, Detroit)
  4. Awards from Young Architects Forum of Atlanta. $250. Granted.