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Twenty-three Students and Alumni Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Awards or Honorable Mentions

The National Science Foundation recently announced the winners of its 2018 Graduate Research Fellowship Program, with 12 University of Notre Dame students and alumni winning the highly coveted award from a pool of national competitors. Another 11 received honorable mention. Overall, 23 current or former Notre Dame students earned recognition.

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Eighteen Undergraduates Receive 2018 Slatt Fellowships for Energy Research

The Vincent P. Slatt Endowment for Undergraduate Research in Energy Systems and Processes supports young researchers who are interested in creating better energy systems and devices and strengthening America’s energy future. This year, 18 undergraduate students were awarded 2018 Slatt Fellowships.

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NDnano Launches Seed Grant Program; Proposals Due May 31

Notre Dame’s Center for Nano Science and Technology has announced a seed grant program for Notre Dame faculty in the colleges of science and engineering.

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KISS brings SOS

EE Graduate Student, Yide Zhang working with FLIM Microscope. Photo Credit: Leslie Lestinsky

Most people recognize “K.I.S.S.” as an acronym for “Keep it simple, silly” – a warning about the cost of sophistication with origins in military hardware. Department of Electrical Engineering (EE) graduate student, Yide Zhang, has found it’s a practice that has served his research as well.

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The Civic Side of Wireless

tsammons • Date: March 19, 2018

The Civic Side of Wireless

On Tuesday, March 20, from 3:30-4:30 pm., in 202 McKenna Hall, the Wireless Institute is hosting a panel discussion titled, The Civic Side of Wireless. A reception will follow from 4:30-5:30 pm. Everyone's smartphone speaks LTE and WiFi to enable thousands of compelling mobile applications. Thus, creating some challenges in this space. Panelists John Clarey, Anne Hayes, and Gene Crusie will address some of these challenges.

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