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 SenSIP Exhibit at the Engineering Open House
 (Sponsored by Raytheon)

March 30 - 31, 2012, Arizona State University

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The students of Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University hosted the first-ever Engineering Open House, sponsored in part by Raytheon. The event was designed to showcase the marvels of engineering and technology, in a creative and interactive fashion to youngsters from K through 8th Grade. A number of booths were set up around the campus, showcasing the various disciplines of engineering. The students thoroughly enjoyed participating and conducting fascinating experiments throughout this unique two-day fair.

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Among the many booths, the Sensor Signal and Information Processing (SenSIP) Center that houses research in DSP, Communications and Sensor Networks, demonstrated new technologies in sensor networks and interactive software on the iPhone and iPad.

Demonstrating the use of signal processing and communications technologies in simple day-to-day applications using the Java-DSP program, a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded educational venture, was the prime objective. Furthermore, versions of the software program developed for Android and iOS mobile devices were showcased. The kids were excited about operating the hand held devices and found the mobile interfaces very attractive. Graduate students from Prof. Andreas Spanias’ group were involved in the demonstration of the iJDSP and AJDSP applications. The responses from the participants were very positive and they showed interest in acquiring the software for their personal devices.

Click on the button below for a sneak peak of the Engineering Open House:

Related Links:

View video demo of JDSP for iPhone/iPad

SenSIP Center

Details of Projects on Education Technologies

JDSP Tools for Earth Systems and Sustainability


The event is co-sponsored by NSF (Award No. 0817596) and I/UCRC (Award No. 1035086)

J-DSP Editor Design & Development by:
Multidisciplinary Initiative on Distance Learning Technologies
J-DSP and On-line Laboratory Concepts by Prof. Andreas Spanias. For further information contact spanias@asu.edu

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