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Introduction To Radar For Student Engineers

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Location:
East Lansing, United States
Target Applicant:
Pre-University
Category:
Camp

Who: Young women and men from grade 11 through recent graduates

When: Residential. July 8-13

What: Focus your interest in engineering, radars and signal processing in this summer program developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lincoln Laboratory. Work as part of a team to build your own radar systems using concepts learned in tech talks and live demos. Instructors will focus on topics such as radar development, radio waves and ranging, radar range equations, and radar signal modeling. Get a behind-the-scenes look at research labs and meet with faculty and staff from across the MSU college of Engineering.


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