Glencora Borradaile






         Assistant Professor, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Oregon State University

Funding

NSF REU Site
Undergraduate research in mathematics and theoretical computer science, $289,238, 2014-2017

NSF CAREER Award
Understanding and Advancing Network Design in Planar Domains, $500,000, 2013-2018
REU Supplement, $15,999, 2014

NSF REU Site
Computation and Modeling in Pure and Applied Mathematics, $428,526, 2009-2012
(co-PI for last year of grant)

Google Faculty Research Award
Efficiently computing spreadsheet differences, $43,476, 2011-2012

NSF Algorithmic Foundations
Solutions to Planar Optimization Problems, $175,008, 2010-2013

Notable Awards and Scholarships

National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada Awards
Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2008-2009
Postgraduate Scholarship for Tenure Abroad, 2004-2006
Canada Graduate Scholarship (preempted by above), 2004
Postgraduate Scholarship for Tenure Abroad, 2002-2004
Undergraduate Research Award, Summer 2000 & 2002

Graduate & Undergraduate Awards
Kanellakis Fellowship, Spring 2007
Brown University Dissertation Fellowship, Fall 2006
Rowland Lloyd Graduate Fellowship (Canada), Summer 2006
Dillon Gold Medal for Applied Math, May 2002

 

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