MSAE / EE Student Wins NSF Student Travel Grant

Tanjil Amin, MSAE student with a concentration in Electrical & Electronic Systems, and member of the  CWiNs Research Lab, has been awarded a prestigious NSF student travel grant to present his research at the 2015 IEEE Global Communications  Conference in San Diego.  This travel grant is highly competitive and awarded to only a limited number of students based on the paper quality. Mr. Amin co-authored the work with his thesis advisor, Dr. Danda B. Rawat, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering. IEEE GLOBECOM is one of two flagship conferences of the IEEE Communications Society.

Congratulations to Mr. Amin and the EE Department!tanjil

MechE Students Win at Georgia Environmental Conference

A team of students from the Georgia Southern Renewable Energy & Engines Lab presented their research on emissions reduction at the 2015 Georgia Environmental Conference.  The Conference was held August 26-28 on Jekyll Island.  The team, mentored by Dr. Valentin Soloiu (Professor and Allen E. Paulson Chair of Renewable Energy), was awarded First Prize and a check for $1,000.  Team members are (L to R): Kevin Steverson, Jose Moncada, Scott Dyke, Aliyah Knowles, Remi Gaubert and Dr. Soloiu.GA Environmental Conf 2015

Congratulations to the team and the Mechanical Engineering department!

2015 CEIT Faculty Research Seed Grants

Dr. Frank Gross, CEIT Associate Dean for Research, announces the availability of Faculty Research Seed Grants for 2015.  The application form is here, and is available from department chairs.  Deadline for electronic submissions (to is 11:59pm on Sunday, Oct. 11 .  Please contact Dr. Gross (, 478-5473) if you have any questions.

2015 CEIT Undergraduate Research Awards

CEIT majors are encouraged to submit applications now for the 2015 CEIT Undergraduate Research Awards.  Click here for the application.  A minimum of 10 awards with a maximum of $3,000 each will be made.  Applications are due to the CEIT Associate Dean for Research by Oct. 12, 2015 – hard copy to Dr. Frank Gross, Assoc. Dean for Research, PO Box 7995 (or IT 3400); and e-mail copy to:  Please call Dr. Gross if you have any questions: 478-5473.

EE Graduate Student Receives Prestigious IEEE Travel Grant

Robin Grodi working in the labRobin Grodi, graduate student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and member of the CWiNs Research Lab at GSU has been awarded the IEEE SPS travel grant to attend the 2015 IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (IEEE GlobalSIP’15) in Orlando, Florida, USA from December 14 to December 16, 2015. The IEEE GlobalSIP is a flagship conference of the IEEE Signal Processing Society. This travel grant is highly competitive and awarded to only a limited number of students based on the paper quality. Robin will travel to present his research paper co-authored with his graduate thesis adviser Dr. Danda B Rawat. 
Congratulations to Mr. Grodi and EE Department!!!

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