Eagle Wireless Summer Camp 2015


The Cybersecurity, Wireless Systems and Networking Innovations (CWiNs) Lab at Georgia Southern University is organizing two day long Eagle Wireless Summer Camp 2015 (Eagle Wireless Summer Camp 2015) for high school students. The CWiNs lab is also home to the the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) supported ROAR program. 

The goal of this Eagle Wireless Camp 2015 sessions is to introduce wireless communications, cyber security, and wireless engineering opportunities to middle- and high-school students in the Statesboro area. Students participants in the Eagle Wireless camp will be introduced to radio frequency spectrum and allocation policies, wireless channels, cognitive radios, software defined radios, vehicular communications, satellites, wireless sensors, etc. 

Research conducted in CWiNs lab is supported by numerous funding agencies including the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). 


The organizers of this summer camp is Dr. Danda B. Rawat Director of CWiNs Lab and Depertment of Electrical Engineering at Georgia Southern University. Please contact drawat@GeorgiaSouthern.edu for further information or any questions.


Coming soon. Please stay tuned, application form will be made available through this webpage in early Spring 2015. 



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