In partnership with AFRL, Tec^Edge and other
organizations, we are now offering Wright^Edge Academic Pipeline
Scholarships to undergraduate students to participate in an intense
experiential learning program at the Tec^Edge Innovation and
Collaboration Center. This is offered both
during the academic year and over the summer and students from all STEM
(Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields can apply.
educational projects are primarily in the area of sensors (radar,
infrared and video cameras, acoustic arrays,…) and sensor fusion.
This will involve a combination of basic research into sensor phenomena
as well as applied research in applications using remote sensing
techniques. A broad range of disciplines, such as electrical
engineering, computer science, physics, mathematics, as well as other
science and engineering majors such as psychology and human factors
engineering, are needed to fully understand and develop specific
participants will work with other researchers (AFRL scientists, faculty
and students) in a collaborative research environment at the Wright
Brothers Institute Innovation and Collaboration
next to Wright Patterson Air Force Base. This will be a
unique opportunity to work with Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
Scientists and Engineers, Faculty from Universities, Industry
Scientists and Engineers as well as other graduate and undergraduate
students. Student must be highly motivated and be willing to face
the challenge of understanding complicated, interdisciplinary problems.
dates are aligned with the academic calendar.
To apply and find out more, please visit: https://www.engineering.wright.edu/ee/wright-edge-scholarship.phtml
learn more about what is going on at the Air Force Research Laboratory
please take a look at the following:
Perspective on Workforce Needs of the Sensors Directorate, by Dr.
Paul McManamon, Chief Scientist, Sensors Directorate
Air Force Research
Wright State University Website