Currently funded proposals
- "Design and Development of a Mobile Device Centric Environment for Healthcare Delivery" (PI: Pushpendra Singh and co-PI: Amarjeet Singh, Vinayak Naik, Ponnurangam Kumaraguru); Prof. Meenu Singh (PGI, Chandigarh). Proposal is for 3 years, starting March 1, 2013, with funding amount approximately Rs 69,22,000.
- “Pervasive Sensing and Computing Technologies for Energy and Water Sustainability in Buildings” Joint Call for Pervasive Computing Proposals by DIT and NSF (PI: Amarjeet Singh and co-PI: Vinayak Naik, Pushpendra Singh and Prof. Pankaj Jalote (from India); Prof. Mani Srivastava, Prof. William J. Kaiser (US). Proposal is for 2 years, starting April 15, 2012, with funding amount approximately Rs 1,25,00,000 on Indian side and USD 300,000 on US side.
- "Use of Cell Phone for Detecting and Controlling Infectious Diseases” (PI: Vinayak Naik and co-PI Raja Sengupta, Deborah Estrin, Antonia Arnaert, and Amarjeet Singh) by National Geographic Society for 1 year with funding amount of approximately Rs 8,91,300
- “Intelligent Information Access on Low-end mobile phones" (PI: Vinayak Naik and Amarjeet Singh), by Microsoft Research for Rs 10,00,000
- “Development and Evaluation of Mobile Learning Techniques for Indian Masses" (PI: Pushpendra Singh), by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India for Rs 5,11,000.
- “Mobile Innovation Laboratory at IIIT-Delhi" (PI: Vinayak Naik), by Nokia Research, Finland for Rs 6,51,670.
- “Exploratory research in Mobile Health" (PI: Vinayak Naik), by Nokia Research, Bangalore for Rs 7,45,308
- "WebMAP- Web based Mobile Architecture and Programming", Supported by Nokia Global University Grant, Rs 13,00,000 (PI Dr. S. RN. Reddy – IGIT, co-PI: Amarjeet Singh, IIIT Delhi and Prof. M. Balakrishnan, IIT Delhi)
- "Analysis of Ad-hoc Networks" (PI: Pushpendra Singh), supported by DRDO, Rs 15,00,000
- Successfully completed the consulting project from Iffco Kisaan Sanchar Limited (Duration 6 months, Amount App. Rs 5 Lakhs) for analyzing their voice based value added services for the farmers. (2011)
- Atmel MCU Lab: Received 80 microcontroller hardware units (xMega-25, Dragon-30, EVK1100-25) from Atmel Corporation worth $6420 as part of Atmel University Program to setup Atmel MCU Lab at IIIT Delhi.