- Development of a Simultaneous Approach for Integrated Mass Transit Planning, Sponsored by Dept. of Science and Technology (DST) under Fast Track Scheme for Young Scientist. Total funding Rs.7.80 lakhs. (Completed in March 2011).
- Web-Course on Geo-informatics in Transportation Engineering, Sponsored by National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL). (Completed in Aug. 2011).
- Integrating Hawkers and Vendors in Pedestrian Policy and Facility Design Guidelines for Bangalore City, Sponsored by Centre for infrastructure, Sustainable Transportation, and Urban Planning (CiSTUP) Total funding Rs.5.28 lakhs. (Completed in March 2011)
- A Multi-Objective Transit Trip Itinerary Planning System Using GIS for Bangalore City, Sponsored by Centre for infrastructure, Sustainable Transportation, and Urban Planning (CiSTUP) Total funding Rs.5.92 lakhs. (Completed in Jan. 2012)
- “Global Mobility Monitor Network”, Sponsored by Institute for Mobility Research (ifmo), BMW, Munich Germany. (Completed in March 2013)
- "Evaluation of Psycho-physical Traits of Drivers and Applicability of ITS Based Traffic Law Enforcement for improving Road Safety and Mobility in India", Sponsored by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). Total funding Rs.4.7 million approx. (Completed in April 2014).
- Indo-Norway Project "Coping with Climate: Assessing Policies for Climate Change Adoption and Transport Sector Mitigation in Indian Cities (CLIMATRANS)", Sponsored by Research Council of Norway (NFR). Total funding 685 000 NOK (Ongoing since Aug. 2014).
- Verma A. (Indian PI), Sloot P. M. A. (Dutch PI) and several other Co-applicant from India and Netherlands, “Understanding Large Scale Human Mobility: Management Support for Indian Cities”. Project awarded under Indo-Dutch Science Industry Collaboration – Call for Joint Proposal in Computer Science by The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). (Total budget – 190000 Euros).
- Verma A. (Chief Investigator), Sloot P. M. A. (Dutch PI) and several other Co-applicant from India, Netherlands, and other Countries, “The Kumbh Mela Experiment: Measuring and Understanding the dynamics of mankind’s largest crowd”. Project recently awarded under Indo-Dutch joint Call for Proposal in Computer Science by The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and Department of Electronics & Information Technology (Deity), Govt. of India. (Total budget – Rs.3.0 Crores approx.).