WSRI

Target talent

Wright State grad student Matthew Scherreik’s paper on target recognition wins top award in international competition
Matthew Scherreik, who is pursuing a  Ph.D. in electrical engineering, won the Lockheed Martin Best Student Paper award for the third year in a row. (Photo by Erin Pence)

Matthew Scherreik, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in electrical engineering, won the Lockheed Martin Best Student Paper award for the third year in a row. Continue reading

Cyber forum to examine U.S. information management technology and policies

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The Advanced Technical Intelligence Center will hold a free cyber forum on March 23 at 2685 Hibiscus Way in Beavercreek. Continue reading

Federal Research Network awards $7.1 million to four Ohio universities

FRN Centers of Excellence to launch at CWRU, UD, OSU, WSU as a result of Round 1 grants
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Federal Research Network Centers of Excellence will launch at Case Western Reserve, University of Dayton, Ohio State and Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State experts publish book on weapons of mass psychological destruction

Wright State experts publish book on weapons of mass psychological destruction

Wright State experts will lecture about their book “Weapons of Mass Psychological Destruction and the People Who Use Them” on Jan. 21 in the Student Union. Continue reading

Critical mission

Health care professionals receive immersive training through Wright State’s National Disaster Health Consortium
Participants assess a survivor in a car demolished by a tornado.

Health care professionals receive immersive training in disaster response through program offered by the College of Nursing and Health. Continue reading

Clark State and Wright State further joint efforts in Greene County

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Clark State Community College and Wright State will share a combined location where both colleges will continue to offer services to students and Greene County businesses. Continue reading

Drone research at WSRI

Wright State Research Institute research psychologist David Malek can operate multiple UAVs from the university’s Mobile Test and Evaluation Center. Malek works at a test station that is equipped to track pilot eye movement. Watch the report from the Journal … Continue reading

Register to attend free Cyber Resilience Symposium Oct. 29

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The symposium features a keynote address by Kenny Bower, chief information officer with the Department of Defense’s Special Access Programs. Continue reading

Mitigating the UAS risk

Traffic-management website for drones unveiled by Wright State Research Institute

Excerpt Given the number of hobby-shop small unmanned aerial vehicle systems (UAS) — more popularly known as drones — taking to the skies and the altitudes at which they are being spotted by civil aviation pilots, it’s probably a safe … Continue reading

Wright State celebrates campus innovators and Wright brothers’ legacy

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Wright State University recognized the innovative spirit of its namesakes and researchers on campus today with the fifth annual Wright Brothers Day. Continue reading