Future Fellowship from the Australian Research Council (4 years).
Monash Research Fellowship Grant
The role of subduction zone geometry in determining trench and plate velocity and in generating great earthquakes. Chief Investigator (CI): W.P. Schellart (2008-2012, $484,893).
ARC Discovery Grant (Project Number DP110103387)
Three-dimensional subduction models of overriding plate deformation and mantle flow using laboratory and numerical methods. Chief Investigators (CI): W.P. Schellart, A.R. Cruden. Partner Investigator (PI): D.R. Stegman (2011-2013, $270,000).
Monash Research Accelerator Grant
Chief Investigator (CI): W.P. Schellart (2011-2012, $101,000).
FCT grant (Portugal) (Project Number PTDC/CTE-GIX/122232/2010)
iPLUS- Interaction between Mantle PLUmes and Subduction zones. Chief Investigator: C.A.M.D. Meriaux. Other investigators: D.A. May, F. Medeiros Rosas, J. D. C. Duarte, J. M. L. Silva Mata, L. N. Moresi, M. C. Ribeiro Kullberg, P. A. Gancedo Terrinha, R. M. Leal Miranda, W.P. Schellart. (2012 -2014, 90,000 Euro)
ARC Future Fellowship (Project Number FT110100560)
The Cenozoic tectonic evolution of East and Southeast Asia: Interplay between the India-Eurasia collision and the Pacific and Sunda subduction zones. Chief Investigator (CI): W.P. Schellart (2011-2015, $742,014).
ARC Discovery Grant (Project Number DP120102983)
Intraplate volcanism near lateral slab edges: result of deep mantle plumes or slab rollback-induced mantle flow? Chief Investigator (CI): W.P. Schellart (2012-2014, $240,000).