This year at the ARRC, weather fest is going to be a little different. Everything will be virtual! Please join us for a virtual tour of the lab followed by a LIVE Q&A on Facebook!
ECE/ARRC student Brian Sun and David Schvartzman Cohenca of CIMMS/ARRC have both received $5000 Gallogly College of Engineering Dissertation of Excellence Awards. The award recognizes Ph.D. students who have achieved outstanding research results while encouraging them to complete their dissertations with excellence. Brian is advised by Dr. Jay McDaniel, and David is advised by Dr. Tian Yu. Congratulations Brian and David on this outstanding achievement!
ECE/ARRC graduate student Arturo Umeyama has received a $5000 Gallogly College of Engineering Dissertation of Excellence Award. The award recognizes Ph.D. students who have achieved outstanding research results while encouraging them to complete their dissertations with excellence. Arturo is advised by Dr. Jorge Salazar, and his dissertation is focused on new in-situ UAV instrumentation for phased array radar calibration. Congratulations Arturo on this outstanding achievement!
An OU international student has launched a space exploration organization at OU in partnership with NASA. Click here to read more.
Dr. Bodine unravels the mysteries of tornadoes using next-generation radars and computer simulations.
Shane Flandermeyer (ECE/ARRC) was selected for special recognition at the recently held AFRL Beyond 5G Software Defined Radio University Challenge Showcase. AFRL issued the challenge to explore and develop software-defined radios coupled with software-defined networking technologies to enable autonomous distributed sensor and communication systems. Nine teams from across the country were selected to participate. Shane, who will be a junior this fall, was the only individual on the OU SDR team. He competed against teams made up of multiple graduate and undergraduate students.Shane received a $1000 award for his performance and was commended by the judges for his excellent video demonstration. Shane is advised by Dr. Justin Metcalf.
The research at OU's Advanced Radar Research Center touches almost everything in our modern life - cell phones, weather, military systems and more. Learn more from Dr. Ruyle about ARRC's mission to solve some of the top problems facing our society today.
Congratulations to SoM/ARRC Master’s student Morgan Schneider on being selected the recipient of a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. As the country’s oldest fellowship program of its kind, the Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and directly supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines. Fellows share in the prestige and opportunities of being selected, including a three-year annual stipend, opportunities for international research and professional development, and the freedom to conduct their own research at any accredited U.S. institution. They are crucial to maintaining and advancing the nation's technological infrastructure and national security, as well as contributing to the economic well-being of society at large. Morgan is advised by Dr. David Bodine.