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Grants & Awards

Metropole Nordwest Bremen-Oldenburg im Nordwesten e.V. for the conference Anticipation and ...
  • Metropole Nordwest Bremen-Oldenburg im Nordwesten e.V. for the conference Anticipation and Medicine, Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg/Institute for Advanced Study, Germany. September 28-30, 2015. $40,000

  • Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg, for the entire cycle of conferences/Institute for Advanced Study, Germany. 2014-2015. $85,000

  • Deutsche Forschungs Gesellschaft (German National Science Foundation, for international conference, Anticipation: the interdisciplinary perspective, Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg/Institute for Advanced Study, Germany. September 22-24, 2014. $40,000

  • Fritz Thyssen Foundation, for international conference Anticipation: Learning from the past. Early Soviet/Russian contributions to a science of anticipation. Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg/Institute for Advanced Study, Germany, September 1-3, 2014. $50,000

  • Fellowship of the Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg/Hanse Institute for Advanced Studies. First award bestowed, “in recognition of outstanding achievements” (2013)
    http://www.h-w-k.de/en/study-groups/anticipation-across-disciplines.html and www.nadin.ws/ante-studyHonorary

  • Distinguished Scholar Fellowship, Hanse Institute for Advanced Studies, Delmenhorst, Germany, 2011-2012

  • Best Article of the Year 2010 for Anticipation and Dynamics, International Journal of General Systems, London: Taylor & Blackwell

  • Distinguished Visiting Researcher, Collaborative Research Centre (SFB 637) Project: “Autonomous Cooperating Logistic Processes – a Paradigm Shift and its Limitations.” Technische Zentrum fü r Informatik – TZI (Technical Center for Information Science), Bremen, Germany, December 2009 -August 2010. $45,000.00

  • Texas Emerging Technology Fund Configurable, Scalable and Manufacturable Technology Development for Social Robotics (submitted by David Hanson); Mihai Nadin: Technical Team Member and Key Partnering Entity Texas Emerging Technology Fund $1,500,000 ($400,000 for Institute for Research in Anticipatory Systems) (2007-2010) Award announced on October 23, 2006

  • Design Award in the category “Concept”
    (Hannover, Germany) for the interactive DVD, Anticipation-the end is where we start from, 2003

  • Joseph Binder Award in the Infotainment category,
    Vienna, Austria, for the interactive DVD, Anticipation-the end is where we start from, 2002

  • Silver Medal, ID Institute,
    for the interactive DVD, Anticipation—the end is where we start from, August, 2002

  • Sony DADC (Austria), Philips Design (Eindhoven, Netherlands), Pesch Wohnen (Cologne, Germany), stoll wohnbedarf (Cologne, Germany), SUN Microsystems (Palo Alto, CA)
    for sponsoring of the DVD Anticipation— The end is where we start from, $100,000, 2001-2002

  • German National Science Foundation (DFG)
    for an international colloquium, Trust: The 21st Century and Beyond, $20,000, 2000-2001

  • Research grant from the German National Science Foundation (DFG),
    Web Applications, $75,000, 2000

  • Research grant from the German National Science Foundation (DFG),
    for Anticipatory Systems (at Stanford University and California Institute of Technology, $10,000, Summer 2000

  • Alias/Wavefront Software grant for the introduction of Maya�Ѣ in the curriculum,
    $120,000, 1999-2000

  • Deutsche Telekom, Stadtsparkasse, Barmenia, WDR, et al:
    grants in support of the colloquium From Bauhaus to Thinkhouse and publication of Colloquium Proceedings, $15,000, 1998

  • Alfred und Cläre Pott Stiftung,
    grant for a translation from English into German of my book, The Civilization of Illiteracy, $7,500.00, 1998

  • German National Science Foundation (DFG) for international colloquium:
    From Bauhaus to Thinkhouse, $30,000, 1997-1998

  • Research Coalition, Ministry for Science and Education NRW,
    for researching methods to optimize visualization, $50,000, 1998

  • Alias/Wavefront Software grant for the introduction of Maya�™ in the curriculum,
    $500,000, 1998

  • Ministry for Science and Education,
    seed money for a data-mining application for an interactive, multimedia encyclopedia: Associative Thinking as a Premise for Knowledge Acquisition, $35,000.00, 1997

  • Research grant from the German National Science Foundation (DFG),
    Navigation tools for dissemination of interactive multimedia knowledge, $20,000, 1997

  • Vorwerk Foundation (Mittelsten-Scheid Trust),
    grant for a translation from English into German of my book, The Civilization of Illiteracy, $7,500.00, 1997

  • Research grant from the Research Coalition of the Ministry for Science and Education NRW,
    $35,000, 1997

  • Software grant for CD-ROM and Internet publication,
    from Macromedia, $5,000, 1996

  • Research grant for digital evaluation of product design,
    from Westmark GmbH, $30,000, 1996

  • Research grant for search and retrieval on Internet,
    from Antwerpes Design, $5,000, 1996

  • Alias Campus Partner,
    software grant for CAD, multimedia, animation, $150,000, 1995

  • Software grant for the program in Computational Design,
    from Strata, Inc., $5,000, 1995

  • Site license and software endowment for 3D Design application,
    from Vellum, $7,500, 1995

  • Publishing grant for The Art of Art,
    Humboldt Foundation, $10,000, 1991

  • VEA Grant for introducing electronic photography in the educational environment,
    $59,000, 1990

  • VEA Grant for introduction of a Desktop Publishing Lab in the educational environment,
    $110,000, 1989

  • Scholarship and development grant,
    from The Wexner Foundation for the Fashion Institute of Technology, (amount protected), 1989

  • Computer equipment grant for creative design applications
    at the Fashion Institute of Technology, from Macro Systems, Inc., $35,000, 1989

  • Equipment grant for Design Laboratory
    at the Fashion Institute of Technology, from Canon, Inc. USA, $40,000, 1988

  • Grant for Program in Toy Design
    at the Fashion Institute of Technology, from the American Association of Toy Manufacturers $150,000, 1988

  • Equipment grant from Battelle Memorial Institute,
    for art applications of geometric modeler, $125,000, 1988

  • Grant from Ross Industries, Columbus, OH,
    for publication of a book, Photography: The Second Revolution, $2,000, 1988

  • Award of the National University Continuing Education Association for a 1987 Creative Noncredit Program
    (Symposium: The Cognitive Condition of Design), October 1987

  • Mentor grant from the Austrian Radio and Television (ORF) and Siemens AG,
    in support of original computer graphics work, $10,000, April l987

  • Alexander von Humboldt Research Grant at the Seminar fü r Philosophie, Logik und Wissenschaftstheorie, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany;
    for research on
    Models of the Mind, $25,000, June-August 1987

  • Grant from the Ohio Arts Council
    for computer graphics visualization of a topological model for sculpture (with Betty Collings), $3,600, 1987

  • Development fund grant from Capital Campaign Fund, OSU,
    for Artists and Computers: The Synergy of Change, $25,000, 1986-1988

  • Grant to organize symposium The Cognitive Condition of Design, from RichardsonSmith, Inc.,
    $1,500, 1987

  • Faculty Development Grant from Rhode Island School of Design,
    to organize and chair panel entitled The Aesthetics of Computer Graphics at SIGGRAPH 1985, $2,500

  • Faculty Development Grant from Rhode Island School of Design,
    to pursue work on The Semiosis of Computer-User Interface, $6,000, fall semester, 1984-1985 academic year

  • William A. Kern Institute Professorship in Communication, Rochester Institute of Technology,
    to introduce semiotics to graduate students and faculty, 1983-1984 academic year

  • Alexander von Humboldt Research Grant for Sign and Value,
    $125,000, 1978-1979

  • Richard Merton Award, Germany,
    for On the Nature of Progress in Art, 1978

  • I.L. Caragiale Award of the Romanian Academy,
    for a study on the aesthetics of theater, 1975

  • DAAD Research Grant: The Sense of Art,
    $25,000. October, 1974-January, 1975

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