- LIGHTCAP: Light, Cognition, Attention, Perception. European Training Network under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions framework. H2020-MSCA-ITN-2019 Grant Agreement number 860613. Project lead: Yvonne de Kort, Eindhoven Technical University. Sheffield lead: S Fotios. Start date March 2020. £530K.
- Impact of Road Lighting. 584(4/45/12)ARPS (contract with ARUP UPS), £130K, January 2016 to March 2017.
- SATURN: Supporting Active Travel Using Road-lighting at Night. EPSRC grant ref EP/V043587/1 awarded to J Uttley and S Fotios, start date October 2021, £315,949
- HAROLD: HAzards, ROad Lighting and Driving. EPSRC grant ref EP/S004009/1 awarded to S Fotios and R Rowe, start date January 2019, £578,684.
- MERLIN-2: Further empirical evidence of lighting for pedestrians. EPSRC grant EP/M02900X/1, awarded to S Fotios, June 2015, £454,085.
- MERLIN: Mesopically Enhanced Road Lighting: Improving Night-vision. EPSRC grant EP/H050817, awarded to S Fotios, October 2010, £417,588.
- Lighting for the classroom of the future: Acceptability of glare. EPSRC grant EP/F029276/1, awarded to S Fotios & R Parnell, February 2008 to January 2009, £31,009.
- Street Lighting: A metric for specifying white light. EPSRC grant EP/F035624/1, awarded to S Fotios, March 2008 to February 2010, £172,936.
- Purchase of a spectroradiometer. EPSRC grant GR/T09385/01, £34,276, awarded July 2004.
- White Light: an investigation of the perception of exterior lighting. EPSRC Grant: GR/S25074/01: September 2003 – August 2006, £137,665.
Department for Transport
- Research into the effects of road surface material on road lighting performance, contract No. PPAD 9/100/77, January 2005 to December 2005, £33,002.
- Research into the circuit wattage of discharge lamps used in public lighting, contract No. PPAD 9/100/76, June 2004 to November 2004, £30,282.
- Obstacle Detection: Investigating the effects of lamp type and luminance, June 2007, Philips Lighting Ltd., £26,780.
- Travel award; approx. £6500 (Steve Fotios, Jim Uttley, and three bursaries for PhD students) to attend the 29th Session of the CIE, June 2019, Washington DC.
- Travel award; £580 to attend the CIE Expert Tutorial and Workshop on Research Methods for Human Factors in Lighting, Copenhagen, 2018.
- Travel award; £980 to attend CIE 2018 visibility symposium, Berlin, 2018.
- Travel award; £1905 to attend CIE 2016 conference, Melbourne, 2016.
- Travel award; £770 to attend 28th Session of the CIE, Manchester, 2015.
- Travel award; £1000 to attend CIE 2014 conference, Kuala Lumpur, 2014.
- Travel award; £700 to attend CIE 2013 conference, Paris, 2013.
- Travel award; £2000 to attend CIE 2012 conference, China, 2012.
- Travel award; £2000 to attend 27th Session of the CIE, South Africa, 2011.
- Travel award; £800 to attend CIE expert symposium, Ghent, 2010.
- Travel award; £500 to attend CIE 2010 conference, Vienna, 2010.
- Travel award; £800 to attend Division 4/5 meetings, Helsinki, 2008.
- Travel award; £950 to attend 26th Session of the CIE, Beijing 2007.
- Research Award 2002; contribution to setting up a lighting research room, £1,761.
- Research Award 2000; provide side-by-side lighting comparison booths, £2,000.