We are offering a
new program during the summer of 2007.
This program is a collaborative research effort between Wright State
University, the Air Force Research Laboratory, several companies and will
be located in the Tec^Edge facility at the Wright
Brothers Institute next to Wright Patterson Air force Base. Click
here to download a pdf flyer about the
Download a Word
or pdf application. For
full consideration, all application materials should be received by May
This will be a 10 week interdisciplinary program to work in the area
of sensors (radar, infrared and video cameras, acoustic arrays,…) and sensor fusion. The general theme is Sensor Aided
Vigilance (SAVig). This will involve a combination of basic
research into sensor phenomena as well as applied research in security and
triage applications using remote sensing techniques.
All participants (approximately six through this program) will work
with other researchers (AFRL scientists, WSU faculty and students) in a
collaborative research environment at the Wright Brothers Institute
Innovation and Collaboration
Center located next
to Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
This will be a unique opportunity to work with WSU faculty, Air
Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Scientists and Engineers, Industry
Scientists and Engineers as well as other graduate and undergraduate
students. A variety of disciplines
from physics, electrical engineering, computer engineering, mathematics,
computer science, and human factors engineering (to name a few) will be
working on common problems.
A research scholarship/stipend of $4,000, a travel allowance and
housing in a WSU apartment are provided by the program.
Program dates: June 11 – August 17, 2007.
Participants must be US Citizens and pursuing and undergraduate
degree in physics, math, engineering, or computer science (or a closely
related field to the above).