Graduate Students with US Citizenship Sought for DoD Project
Graduate students with US citizenship are sought for a new project on a radar topic. The project is planned to start spring semester 2017. Highest priority is for PhD candidates or students planning to apply to the PhD program. Current BS/MS or MS students who plan to continue for PhD will be considered. (Read More)
The Elisha Yegal Bar-Ness Center for Wireless Information Processing (CWiP) at the New Jersey Institute of Technology was established in 1985. Since its inception, it has contributed to technological advances in communications with research in many areas of communication theory. Research activity in the Center has grown over the years and diversified into new research fields.
There are six faculty members associated with the Center, 1 post-doc and over 20 graduate students, most of them pursuing their Doctor of Philosophy degree. The Center’s main areas of research are wireless networking, information theory, cloud radio access networks, radar, and sensor networks.
The Center routinely hosts visiting researchers, post-docs, and students from overseas. Several students pursue double PhD programs according to agreements between NJIT and other universities.
The Center also establishes contacts with technical personnel in the electronics industry to learn their needs and designs and delivers short courses for them as part of the university's continuing education program. Also offered are seminars of interest to Center members, the department and local industry.