WiMNet lab PhD student Manav Kohli received the National Physical Science Consortium (NPSC) supported by the National Security Agency (NSA). The National Physical Science Consortium is a US non-profit organization composed of leading universities, national laboratories, corporations, and government agencies whose aim is increase the number of American citizens with graduate degrees and Ph.Ds in the physical sciences and related engineering fields. The fellowship will provide a six-year annual stipend of $20,000.
Manav is working on the Full-Duplex Wireless: from Integrated Circuits to Networks (FlexICoN) project, investigating the system design, including joint design of the PHY and MAC layers, of full-duplex wireless systems. He is also involved in the integration and evaluation of these systems in the COSMOS testbed. Earlier this spring Manav also received the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.