Wireless @ Virginia Tech will be hosting the 27th Annual Wireless Symposium & Summer School at the Virginia Tech Executive Briefing Center located on the second floor of the Virginia Tech Research Center in Arlington, VA. We are changing the format to 1 1/2 days this year, so the symposium is all day on Tuesday, May 16, and 1/2 day on Wednesday, May 17, ending at noon. The available seating capacity is 90 due to the space limitations of the Executive Briefing Center. Registration will open in February, 2017. We will have a panel session on Tuesday morning and tutorials Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning. We will post the agenda once it has been finalized. Information will be posted to our LinkedIn page first, so if you are not a member of our LinkedIn group, now is the perfect time to join!
Mr. Paul Tilghman joined DARPA in December 2014 as a program manager in the Microsystems Technology Office. His research interests include intelligent and adaptive RF systems, digital signal processing, machine learning, wireless communications and electronic warfare.
Prior to joining DARPA, Mr. Tilghman was a senior research engineer at Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Technology Laboratories where he led programs in adaptive electronic warfare, signals intelligence and non-cooperative geolocation. While at Lockheed Martin, Tilghman led the development of a real-time cognitive electronic warfare system, which used machine learning techniques to characterize and counter previously unknown radio emitters on the battlefield. He is a recipient of Lockheed Martin’s highest award, the NOVA award, and was also previously honored as the company’s Engineer of the Year.
Mr. Tilghman received a bachelor of science in computer engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology and a master of science in electrical engineering from Drexel University.
Title and abstract coming soon!
Bio and abstract coming soon!
Standard registration fee: $400
Student registration fee: $350
Registration will open in February, 2017. Updates will be provided as information becomes available.
"The Virginia Tech Research Center — Arlington, at 900 N. Glebe Road, is a highly visible state-of-the-art facility designed to further the university’s mission to expand its research portfolio in the National Capital Region. The region offers great opportunity for partnerships with corporate research entities and close proximity to government agencies and other public and private-sector organizations. The building is located in the vibrant Ballston district of Arlington, a short distance from many of the leading science and research agencies of the federal government and many high-technology companies.
The building is among the best connected research facilities in the world, incorporating next-generation Internet with direct fiber access to Internet 2 and multiple federal networks. High-performance connectivity links this research center to Virginia Tech's main campus in Blacksburg, as well as to other major universities. The network provides access to international peering points in New York, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Florida, and the building includes a secure data center for high performance computing (HPC)-based research. A number of established Virginia Tech research centers and institutes are located in this facility."
"With state-of-the-art technology and beautifully elegant meeting rooms, the Virginia Tech Executive Briefing Center is designed to accommodate executive seminars, training programs, workshops, receptions, and many other events. The conference center is located on the second floor of the Virginia Tech Research Center – Arlington, just blocks from the Metro station and Interstate 66 and in the heart of the vibrant Ballston area rich with restaurants, shops, and nearby hotels."