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(8) Selected Research Projects

  • March 2011—March 2016, "CAREER: A Cognitive VHF Radar System Approach to Study Ionospheric Irregularities," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • March 2011—March 2016, "Engineering Pathways: An Undergraduate Scholars Program," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • October 2010—August 2015, "MRI: Development of a Wirelessly-Connected Network of Seismometers and GPS Instruments for Polar and Geophysical Research," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • June 2007—May 2014, "Collaborative Research: A new 50 MHz Radar for Meteor and Aeronomical Science," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • March 2011—March 2014, "EAGER: Adapting the New Arecibo On-Dish High Frequency (HF) Transmitter System to Radar Mode," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • June 2010—June 2013, "Equatorial Vortex Experiment (EVEX): A Study of the Ionospheric Plasma Circulation and the Sunset Layer from Kwajalein," (Sponsor: NASA prime).
  • June 2010—October 2012, "EAGER: Satellite TV Signal Measurement of Precipitable Water and Rain,," (Sponsor: NSF prime).
  • August 2006—August 2012, "Space Science Faculty Development at Penn State University," (Sponsor: NSF).


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