CWiNs Research Lab at GS Hosted NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates
During the Summer of 2015, two undergraduate students (Isaac Cushman, Georgia Southern University and Ashraf Younis, Georgia Tech) participated in the National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (NSF REU) in Real-time Opportunistic Spectrum Access in Cloud-based Cognitive Radio Networks (ROAR) project hosted by the Cyber-security, Wireless Systems and Networking Innovations (CWiNs) Research Lab of the Electrical Engineering Department at Georgia Southern University under the supervision of Dr. Danda B. Rawat. Over the course of 10 weeks, participants were introduced to an abundance of technologies and methodologies that have opened their horizon to the world of next generation wireless networks and communication systems through ROAR architecture. Based on the research results, students co-authored 3 peer-reviewed conference papers. Each participant received $7,900.00 including $6,300.00 stipend, $600.00 travel allowance to/from Statesboro, GA and $1,000.00 for food/lodging support for the period.
Posted in CWiNs Lab, News, Research, Undergraduate Research