- Topology, Geometry and Laplacians of Simplicial Complexes: Norbert Peyerimhoff and Stefan Dantchev (with Ioannis Ivrissimtzis and Alina Vdovina) received a grant to run for three years from June 2013 to fund a postdoctoral researcher. EPSRC Grant EP/K016687/1.
- Detecting Induced Graph Patterns: Daniel Paulusma and Iain Stewart received a grant to run for three years from April 2013 to fund a postdoctoral researcher. EPSRC Grant EP/K025090/1.
- Algorithmic Aspects of Intersection Graph Models: George Mertzios received a grant to run for two years from May 2013 to fund a postdoctoral researcher. EPSRC Grant EP/K022660/1.
- Interconnection Networks: Practice unites with Theory (INPUT): Iain Stewart received funding to support a postdoctoral research for three years from April 2013. EPSRC Grant EP/K015680/1.
- Robustly Tractable Constraint Satisfaction Problems: Andrei Krokhin received funding to support a number of collaborative visits between October 2011 and September 2014. EPSRC Grant EP/J000078/1.
- Coping with NP-Hardness: Parameterized and Exact Algorithms: Daniel Paulusma was awarded a grant to support work with Fedor Fomin from the University of Bergen, Norway from March 2011 to March 2013. Royal Society Joint Project Grant JP100692.
- Scaling by Means of Ubiquitous Storage (Scalus): as members of a consortium of 15 academic and industrial partners, Tom Friedetzky (PI) and Hajo Broersma (CI) (later replaced by Matthew Johnson) were awarded a grant under the EU's Marie Curie Initial Training Network scheme to fund two postgraduate students (Sepehr Meshkinfamfard and Foad Lotfifar) for three years from November 2010.
- Submodular optimization, lattice theory and maximum constraint satisfaction problems: Andrei Krokhin was awarded a grant to support a postdoctoral researcher (Anna Huber) from July 2010 to December 2013. EPSRC Grant EP/H000666/1.
- Approximation and mixing times in the ferromagnetic Potts model: Magnus Bordewich received a grant to run for three years from January 2010 to support the appointment of a postdoctoral researcher (Ross Kang). EPSRC Grant EP/G066604/1.
- Algorithmic Aspects of Graph Coloring: Daniel Paulusma (PI) and Hajo Broersma (CI) were awarded a grant to run from October 2009 to March 2013 to support a postdoctoral researcher (Petr Golovach) and a PhD student (Jian Song). EPSRC Grant EP/G043434/1.
- Quantified Constraints and Generalisations: Iain Stewart received support for a postdoctoral researcher (Barnaby Martin) for three years from September 2009. EPSRC Grant EP/G020604/1.
- Algorithmic Aspects of On-Line Graph Coloring: Daniel Paulusma was awarded a grant to support work with Jiri Fiala from Charles University, Prague from July 2009 to July 2011. Royal Society Joint Project Grant JP090172.