Foundations
The Active Perception Laboratory has received many grants from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation. Main grants include:

BCS-1534932: Controlling Attention Within the Fovea”, awarded by the National Science Foundation (09/15/15-09/15/18). PI: M. Poletti

BCS-1457238: Influence of head and eye movements on retinal input and early neural encoding, awarded by the National Science Foundation (8/1/15-7/31/18). PI: M. Rucci

ORAPLUS-1420212: Move to see: The benefits of self-motion for visual perception, awarded by the National Science Foundation (4/11/14-3/31/17). PI: M. Rucci

R01 EY018363-07: Function of fixation instability during natural viewing, aawarded by the National Institutes of Health (9/1/13-8/31/16). PI: M. Rucci

BCS-1127216: Influence of Head and Eye Movements on Visual Input Statistics and Early Neural Representations”, awarded by the National Science Foundation (9/1/11-8/31/14). PI: M. Rucci

ARRA supplement to grant R01 EY18363: “Function of fixation instability during natural viewing, awarded by the National Institutes of Health (9/1/09-8/30/11). PI: M. Rucci

IOS-0843304: “Collaborative Research: Decorrelation of natural inputs in lateral geniculate nucleus of behaving monkeys”, awarded by the National Science Foundation (5/1/09-4/30/13). PI: M. Rucci

R01 EY18363: “Function of fixation instability during natural viewing”, awarded by the National Institutes of Health (9/1/07-8/30/16). PI: M. Rucci

CCF-0726901: Active depth perception in primates and machines”, awarded by the National Science Foundation (9/1/07-8/31/10). PI: M. Rucci

BCS-0719849: “Influence of Eye Movements on Visual Input Statistics and Early Neural Representations” awarded by the National Science Foundation (9/1/07-8/31/10). PI: M. Rucci

CCF-0432104: “Depth perception in primates and machines”, awarded by the National Science Foundation (9/1/04-8/31/07). PI: M. Rucci

R03 EY015732: Function of fixation instability during natural viewing, awarded by the National Institutes of Health (10/1/04-9/30/07). PI: M. Rucci

EIA-0130851: “Fixational eye movements in biological and artificial vision systems”, awarded by the National Science Foundation (9/1/01-8/31/05). PI: M. Rucci

The Active Perception Laboratory has also received more than $60,000 in grant supplements to foster the involvement of undergraduate students in research. Many undergraduate students at Boston University have spent summer internships in the APLab supported by these grants.
Companies
The Active Perception Laboratory received an equipment donation from Xilinx Inc. for research in biomimetic robotics and artificial intelligence.