Submitted by mirsladmin on Mon, 03/25/2013 - 12:08
Congratulations to Dr. Vijay Venkatesh and Dr. Jorge Trabal, who successfully defended their dissertations this winter and spring. Vijay will be joining Pacific Northwest National Laboratory supporting the Department of Energy's Atmospheric Radiation Measurements (ARM) Program climate research facilities, while Jorge will be joining Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems in Sudbury, Massachusetts. We wish them both the best of luck in their new careers.
Submitted by mirsladmin on Mon, 02/11/2013 - 11:50
MIRSL's Michael Zink is the featured researcher in a video produced by the National Science Foundation (NSF) about the NSF-funded Global Environment for Networking Innovation (GENI) program. GENI is a fast, programmable "virtual laboratory" that enables university researchers to experiment on so-called future internets. GENI is also a key part of a White House Initiative called US Ignite, which aims to realize the potential of fast, open, next-generation networks. In the video, Zink talks about his team's use of GENI for better weather forecasting.