Friday, October 3, 2014

Looking for undergraduate research assistants

The NSF funded Ocean-TUNE project ( seeks to establish a community ocean testbed for underwater wireless networks. It includes researchers from four universities with expertise in acoustics, communications, networking, systems engineering, and oceanography.

SeaLinx is a Linux implementation of the network protocol stack and an efficient and reliable framework for underwater sensor networks. We are looking for motivated undergraduate students for future development of Sealinx. This platform will be used by the UW EE Fundamentals of Networking Laboratory for underwater experiments in the Puget Sound region in collaboration with the Applied Physics Laboratory.

You will have an opportunity to work with researchers in wireless communications and earn research credit.

Qualifications: Experienced in C/C++ programming in Linux, debugging, and basic understanding of the communication protocol stack and networking.

Expectations: Program and debug, operate acoustic modems, conduct field studies in teams. Please send your resume highlighting your programming experience and background to Noshad Bagha at