Friends and Colleagues, 

Greetings from the Institute for Sensing and Embedded Network Systems Engineering (I-SENSE). We hope that your summer continues to be both productive and enjoyable.

FAU’s Sensing and Smart Systems pillar is going strong and growing stronger each day. In this newsletter, we share some exciting updates about our faculty, our community programs, our projects, and our most recent class of undergraduate researchers. As I’ve written in each of these newsletters, it’s an exciting time to be at FAU, and to be working in Sensing and Smart Systems!
If you are working in Sensing and Smart Systems or the Internet of Things, we’d love to hear from you. Reach out by email, drop by for a visit, or help us welcome a distinguished visitor as part of the Pillar Seminar Series. If you’d like to invite and host a visitor, please let us know; we still have dates available in the schedule for the 2018-2019 series.

FAU is building the future of Sensing and Smart Systems. We invite you to build it with us.

Best wishes,

Jason O. Hallstrom,
Director, I-SENSE@FAU
Eminent Scholar Appointed, New Center Launches
The creation of a new Center for Secure Autonomy is moving forward, thanks to the appointment of Dimitris Pados, Ph.D., an I-SENSE faculty fellow, as the Charles E. Schmidt Eminent Scholar in Engineering.

Pados, a professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science and an internationally renowned scholar and expert in communications and networking, will lead the center. The center will be the first of its kind to design, develop, test, and … read more.
Summer Research Program Well Received by Students
The Research Experiences for Undergraduates program afforded 11 students from across the country the opportunity to participate in scientific research within I-SENSE this summer.

The program, in its second year, pairs each student with an I-SENSE faculty member or affiliate to work on a project during their nine-week stay at FAU. READ MORE .
Presidential Fellowship Awarded to I-SENSE Student
An FAU Presidential Fellowship has recently been awarded to Stepan Mazokha, an I-SENSE graduate research assistant, for the 2018-2019 academic year. This competitive fellowship will provide him with $5,000 in additional funding, supplementing his stipend and tuition waiver … read more.
I-SENSE and Local School Celebrate First Year of Partnership
I-SENSE marked the inaugural year of its partnership with the Donna Klein Jewish Academy, a K-12 school in Boca Raton. Through this partnership, students enrolled in the academy’s Engineering Program at Claire and Emanuel G. Rosenblatt High School, visited research laboratories, attended seminars, and engaged with current I-SENSE students and faculty members on FAU’s Boca Raton campus. Participants worked on a robust research and development project, “Ear Sense.” READ MORE.
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