Funding for research activities is provided by both national programs (Environment-Pythagoras II) and EU projects (Activation - STREP, Marie Curie Transfer of Knowledge fellowship).

My recent research has been supported by the following grants:

The Marie Curie Transfer Of Knowledge Grant SPATSTAT (2005-2008) for the development of Spartan Spatial Random Fields. This was selected by the European Commission as a Marie Curie success story and highlighted in the special edition "Marie Curie Actions: Inspiring Researchers", European Commission, Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2010 ISBN 978-92-79-14328-1.

The multi-partner European Specific Targeted Research Project (STREP) Interoperability and Mapping INTAMAP (2006-2009). The TUC efforts focused on the development of spatial anisotropy detection methods for use in Bayesian interpolation frameworks used by INTAMAP.

The code (in R) developed by TUC and its partners is available for download through the project web site.