Australian Research Council – Discovery Early Career Research Award (2018-2020) “Strategic resources and human cooperation in the rise of social complexity in southeastern Arabia” (Joseph Lehner – PI) $384,983 AUS.
Johns Hopkins University – Catalyst Award (2017-2018) “Trade, Civilization, and Spatial Archaeology: Mapping Ancient Copper and Chlorite Trade Networks” (M. Harrower – PI) $74,943 USD.
Spatial Archaeometry Research Collaborations (SPARC) (2017) “Mapping the Iron Age Metalworking Site of As-Safah (Oman)” (M. Harrower – PI, F. Wiig – Co-PI, I.A. Dumitru – Co-PI)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) (2013-2016) “Satellite Remote Sensing of Ancient Water Availability and Irrigation: A Comparative Study of Complex Societies in Oman and Ethiopia” (M. Harrower – PI, B. Zaitchik – Collaborator, M. Anderson – Collaborator) $288,441 USD.
Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research (2015) “Ingenuity in the Oasis: An Examination of Early Bronze Age Agricultural Communities in Oman” (Smiti Nathan, PhD Candidate, New York University) $12,595 USD.
Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) (2016) “Using SAR to identify and map subsurface archaeological features in arid environments” ALOS-2 Research Proposal (Frances Wiig, PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales).
German Aerospace Center (DLR) (2015) “Using SAR to Identify and Map Subsurface Archaeology in a Desert Environment” (Frances Wiig, PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales)
British Foundation for the Study of Arabia (2014) “Using L-Band Synthetic Aperture Radar to detect subsurface archaeological remains” (Frances Wiig, PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales) £500 GBP.
Near Eastern Archaeology Foundation, University of Sydney (2014) “The Archaeological Water Histories of Oman Project” (Frances Wiig, PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales) $2500 AUS.
Deans Undergraduate Research Award (DURA), Johns Hopkins University (2012) “Remote Sensing with an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Archaeology in Oman” (Wolfgang Alders, Johns Hopkins University) $3000 USD.