Several members of the SpectrumX team are playing pivotal roles in the planning, execution, and presentations given at the IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks Conference, being held virtually December 13 – 15, 2021.
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SpectrumX held a Kick-off Event on November 4 – 5, 2021 to launch the newly awarded National Science Foundation Spectrum Innovation Center. A General Information Session opened the event to provide an overview of the new center.
The kick-off brought together the SpectrumX team to begin development of the Center’s initial Implementation Plan. The event also provided an introduction and opportunity to connect with the spectrum community and receive feedback and input on the Center’s plans to maximize relevance and impact of the teams’ work. The recorded General Information Session provides an Overview of SpectrumX and an introduction to the Research Projects, Broadening Participation activities, Education and Workforce Development initiatives, and Collaboration, Innovation and Commercialization efforts.Read More about SpectrumX General Information Session
Dr. Monisha Ghosh’s government and technical expertise will significantly benefit the SpectrumX team.
The Notre Dame Wireless Institute is hiring a Managing Program Director to support its leading role in SpectrumX – An NSF Spectrum Innovation Center. This is a COO-like position for a highly motivated individual who will work closely with faculty leaders, research administrators, as well as industry and government collaborators to ramp up center operations and ensure long-term success and impact.
Dr. Nick Laneman presented an overview of SpectrumX to the Wireless Spectrum Interagency Working Group (WSRD IWG) to summarize the Center’s plans, identify key points of contact, and encourage government stakeholders to get involved.
University of Notre Dame-led SpectrumX is bringing together experts from 29 organizations to transform the landscape of spectrum research, education, collaboration and management. The center has received $25 million in funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of its Spectrum Innovation Initiative.